Integracyjne podejście funkcjonalne w dydaktyce przekładu prawniczego

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  • Łucja Biel Uniwersytet Gdański

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12797/MOaP.19.2013.21.02

Keywords:

translator competences, legal translation, functionalism, social constructivism, self-efficacy

Abstract

Integrative functional approach in legal translation teaching

The paper introduces an integrative functional approach to legal translation teaching at translation programmes taught as part of Philology major. The approach is based on functionalism, professional realism of training, and social constructivism. The main objective is to train translators who are aware of their mediating role in intercultural and intersystemic communication, know how to produce a translation ‘fit for the purpose’, deal with terminological incongruity and overcome problems typical of the translation process. The approach requires a student-centred approach and autonomy of learners. The paper presents practical tasks which help foster the functional approach to translation and empower students by raising their self-efficacy.

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2013-07-20

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Biel, Łucja. (2013). Integracyjne podejście funkcjonalne w dydaktyce przekładu prawniczego. Między Oryginałem a Przekładem, 19(3/21), 11–27. https://doi.org/10.12797/MOaP.19.2013.21.02