Educational Interpreting Classroom Practice DVD 3: Elementary Level
Part of a series of EIPA®(Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment) DVDs produced by the Boys Town National Research Hospital, this DVD enables interpreters to practice translating into sign language the spoken teacher-student dialogue from a typical elementary classroom. This DVD will enable interpreters to practice interpretation skills from spoken English (teacher discourse) to sign language (for students), and from sign language to spoken English. It is an authentic resource that will complement the professional development plans for interpreters of all skill levels.
DVD set contains the following:
- A DVD with two actual elementary classrooms. The lessons may be viewed with, or without, a modeled interpretation
- An open-captioned DVD of elementary classrooms
- A CD containing PDF files of classroom material study guides and transcripts
Secondary Level Classroom Practice DVD also available.
For more information on how to obtain digital online access for EIPA content, please visit the EIPA Training Center website.
Produced by the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA®) Diagnostic Center at Boys Town National Research Hospital in collaboration with Brenda Schick, Ph.D. Media contributions from Treehouse.