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Educational Interpreting
How It Can Succeed

Elizabeth A. Winston, Editor

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Contents

Introduction

Part 1: Deaf Students

1 - Student Perspectives on Educational Interpreting: Twenty Deaf and
     Hard of Hearing Students Offer Insights and Suggestions
       Kim Brown Kurz and Elizabeth Caldwell Langer

2 - Language Myths in Interpreted Education: First Language, Second
     Language, What Language?
       Christine Monikowski

3 - Language Accessibility in a Transliterated Education: English Signing
     Systems
       Kelly Stack

4 - How Might Learning through an Interpreter Influence Cognitive
     Development?
       Brenda Schick

Part 2: Interpreting and Interpreters

5 - Perspectives on Educational Interpreting from Educational
     Anthropology and an Internet Discussion Group
       Elizabeth Caldwell Langer

6 - Competencies of K–12 Educational Interpreters: What We Need
     versus What We Have
       Bernhardt E. Jones

7 - Interpretability and Accessibility of Mainstream Classrooms
       Elizabeth A. Winston

Part 3: Improving Interpreted Education

8 - Educational Interpreting: Developing Standards of Practice
       Melanie Metzger and Earl Fleetwood

9 - Assessment and Supervision of Educational Interpreters: What Job?
     Who’s Job? Is This Process Necessary?
       Marty M. Taylor

10 - The Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment: Current
       Structure and Practices
         Brenda Schick and Kevin Williams

11 - Theoretical Tools for Educational Interpreters or “The True
       Confessions of an Ex-Educational Interpreter”
         Claire Ramsey

Contributors

Index


Elizabeth A. Winston is Director, Project TIEM.Online at Northeastern University, Boston, MA.

ISBN 1-56368-309-1, 7 x 10 casebound, 224 pages, tables, figures, references, index

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