Çaba Modelleri Dizisinin Sözlü Çeviri Eğitimine Faydaları

Ersöz Demirdağ H.

in: Sözlü Çeviri Eğitimine Güncel Yaklaşımlar, Alev Bulut & Esra Özkaya, Editor, İstanbul Üniversitesi yay., İstanbul, pp.71-84, 2019

  • Publication Type: Book Chapter / Chapter Research Book
  • Publication Date: 2019
  • Publisher: İstanbul Üniversitesi yay.
  • City: İstanbul
  • Page Numbers: pp.71-84
  • Editors: Alev Bulut & Esra Özkaya, Editor
  • Yıldız Technical University Affiliated: Yes


The Benefits of the Effort Models in Interpreting Teaching


The aim of this study is to present an outline of the benefits of the Effort Models in interpreting teaching. Although the identification and the classification of the items which are considered to remain out of the “acceptable” norms and of errors and omissions in student performances are of some importance in teaching, especially in evaluation, their usage provides limited contribution to students’ problems. In addition, the mere identification of errors and omissions in student performances might not reflect the students’ problems for several reasons. On the one hand, students do not necessarily encounter the same problems for the same type of errors and omissions. On the other hand, they do not always make the same kind of errors and omissions when it comes to a particular type of problem. The Effort Models, originally developed for pedagogical purposes by Daniel Gile in order to explain recurring problems in interpretation, shed light on mental operations and their management during the interpretation process. Therefore, this study aims to present the Effort Models which provide conceptual elements to explore the difficulties of interpretation as well as the new perspective they bring to research with their interest for both trainers and students. Key words: Effort Models, Interpreting Teaching, Conference Interpreting Teaching, Process- Oriented Approach, Difficulties of Interpreting