10 Credits SPRING

Co-requisites: HSS331

Aims/Description: A practical course in liaison interpreting, designed to extend the experience, confidence, and linguistic insight of students through working between English and Spanish. A basic theoretical framework and overview of the skills required is provided by the teacher.

Restrictions on availability: May not be taken by dual honours students if they are also taking HSS343

Staff Contact: Carol Sykes, Hispanic Studies
Teaching Methods: Role play with input from native speakers, sight reading, evaluation/correction from teacher
Assessment: Practical Test

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