The Indigenous Interpreter®: A Workbook of Role Plays and Activities

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The Indigenous Interpreter®: A Workbook of Role Plays and Activities

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Authors: Katharine Allen, MA, Victor Sosa, Angelica Isidro, and Marjory A. Bancroft, MA
Year Published: 2018
Edition: 1st
Pages: 327
Publisher: Natividad Medical Center

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This workbook (along with its partner training manual) can be used to train interpreters of indigenous languages or for self-study. Produced and published by Natividad Medical Foundation, this book is available electronically at no cost (under a Creative Commons license). What is offered in this listing are full-color print copies of these superbly beautiful pedagogical books.

The Indigenous Interpreter®: A Workbook of Role Plays and Activities supports The Indigenous Interpreter® curriculum. This groundbreaking program guides interpreters of indigenous languages on ethics, protocols and modes -- including consecutive, relay and simultaneous interpreting -- in community and healthcare settings.

This workbook parallels the 20 modules found in the training manual, providing activities for each broken down by learning objective. For example, in Module 7, Building Indigenous Language Glossaries, activities prompt you to create a presentation on diabetes, build out a glossary on the topic, and use the glossary to engage in a realistic role play for interpreters.

Like the training manual, the workbook was designed with practical usability in mind. Generous use of images, easy-to-read font size and ample white space — along with full color throughout — make this workbook a pleasure to read for trainers and training participants alike.