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Consecutive Interpreting Theory and Consecutive Note Taking

Consecutive Interpreting Theory and Consecutive Note Taking

Consecutive interpreting is waiting until a speaker/presenter has completed an entire thought, sentence or several sentences then relaying what he/she has said. Consecutive note-taking is written assistance to aid in short-term memory. Holly Mikkelson, a state and federally certified court interpreter, uses the Loftus Memory Model to present a preferred method of consecutive interpreting and note-taking.

Author: 
ACEBO Video Productions
Imprint: 
Spreckels, CA : ACEBO, 2013, 1998