Russian-Japanese Translation Skills (One-day Workshop) (RTS101-SU)
Are you looking for an opportunity to brush up on your translation skills from Russian into Japanese and vice versa? Whether you work for a business and need to translate occasionally, or are a student making your first steps in translation, you will find this course useful and challenging. This one-day workshop invites participants to think in depth about the Russian and Japanese languages and what effective translation between them might look like. A series of challenging tasks will be presented in order to outline various techniques to help participants translate more effectively. Participants are encouraged to have dictionaries (paper-based or electronic) to ensure the smooth running of the workshop. Participants are also welcome to bring a piece of writing for translation with them and use class time as a laboratory to translate and edit their translation.
Natalia Troitskaya received her PhD in Japanese Applied Linguistics from Waseda University, Tokyo, in 2015. Natalia's research interests include bilingualism and multilingualism matters, language acquisition and effective strategies in language learning. She has experience in teaching Japanese to speakers of different languages at various proficiency levels. Natalia believes that dynamic and fast-moving lessons where students learn authentic ways of using Japanese vocabulary and grammar help students make speedy progress and become immediately confident in speaking Japanese.
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