Our #transcollaborator Martina Severin tells us about her experience of projecting and conducting an Italian language workshop within the 'language learning' strand of the collaborative translation project. 10th May 2017 As an Italian Erasmus student, I decided to propose a project for a workshop that would represent my nationality, in particular the part of Italy … Continue reading Warwick Italian Language Workshop: Roman words in “Roma Capoccia” by Antonello Venditti
A blog post by Georgia Wall and Gioia Panzarella has been published on the Interdisciplinary Italy project website. Thank you! Georgia Wall and Gioia Panzarella on how to make TRANSLATION classes an interdisciplinary, collaborative project https://t.co/v8cHxEeuBg… — InterdiscItaly (@Interdiscitaly) 26 maggio 2017
Thank you to the organizers and participants of the School of Modern Languages Postgraduate Symposium for their wonderful feedback on our Collaborative Translation project! My slides for the SMLC Symposium today. I will be presenting the #transcollaborate project https://t.co/UeYsLIB5sA — Gioia Panzarella (@gioiapanzarella) 24 maggio 2017
The article Focus sulla sensibilità linguistica: la traduzione collaborativa nella classe di lingua has been published on the last issue of the journal Italiano LinguaDue. It discusses the rationale behind the series of #Transcollaborate workshops held at Warwick in 2016 and conducted by the two co-authors. The full article (in Italian) can be downloaded from the journal … Continue reading New article: ‘Focus on language sensitivity: collaborative translation in language class’
by Georgia Our first series of collaborative translation workshops has come to a close, and as coordinator of the English language-learning element, I owe a big ‘grazie’ to all the transcollaborators: Alessia, Argentina, Arianna, Caterina, Chiara, Daniele, Davide, Debora, Erica, Federica T., Federica S., Lisa, Martina, Monica, Sabrina, Sara, e Simona, grazie mille! I have … Continue reading Warwick English Language Learning Workshops: Idioms, Proverbs, and Ciao (but only for now) Transcollaborators!