My consecutive kit

Consec Test Speech: Boudica

A consecutive demo: Boudica

Test speech analysis: Boudica

Note-taking in consecutive interpreting. On the reconstruction of an individualised language.

Kurt Kohn & Michaela Albl- Mikasa.

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11 thoughts on “My consecutive kit

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  2. Es mejor tarde que nunca . este es el profesionalismo , es un ejemplo fantástico, mucha gracias.

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  4. Thank you, Lourdes, excellent videos, very clear and informative. It’s always fascinating to watch and analyse from close the work of another colleague, no better way to learn and improve one’s skills than by watching and listening. Something to be said for the old prentice system, so different from modern teaching.

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    • Esther, thank you for your comment about how little I scribble in each page. I totally owe that to my trainers at ULL. I remember three key comments from the early stages of note-taking:
      1) Waste more paper (Meaning, don’t be afraid to open up your notes. Crunched up notes are hard to decipher under pressure).
      2) Give yourself an extra second to analyze and choose the words that will allow you to refrmulate your idea.
      3) Make sure you can understand your own handwriting!

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