Note-taking in consecutive interpreting has 18 ratings and 2 reviews. DG Interpretation - SCIC said: Rozan's book (from the 50s) has been the reference. Jean-François Rozan (). 7 principles. Noting the idea, not the word. Abbreviation o Unless a word is short ( letters), interpreters should use an unambiguous abbreviated form. Links. Negation o OK = agree; o then “disagree” = Emphasis. Verticality. Shift. OK. 26 Jul 'note-taking.' TSA Online and the CSSCI were searched by looking for titles and keywords that contained 'consecutive interpreting'2 and any of To avoid repetition, this part of the review starts from Rozan's system, uses it as a reference, and discusses some of the best-known principles of note-taking.
Note-taking in consecutive interpreting. Jean-François Rozan, Andrew Gillies, Bartosz Waliczek Published in in Kraków by Tertium. Services. Reference details. Conference Interpreting: A Students' Companion. Language and Communication 2, Tertium Language and Communication 3. Jean-Frangois Rozan. Note- taking in Consecutive Interpreting Edited by Andrew Gillies and Bartosz Waliczek Cracow. Society for the Promotion ofLanguage Studies Krakdw, Poland Title, Notatki W Tłumaczeniu Konsekutywnym Volume 3 of Język a komunikacja · Volume 3 of Language and Communication. Author, Jean-François Rozan. Editors, Andrew Gillies, Bartosz Waliczek. Publisher, Tertium, ISBN, , Length, pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote.
Saturday, October 15 2 – The 7 principles of consecutive interpreting. Page 2. Created by Andrea Florissi. Page 6. Note taking – The Seven Principles. By Jean-François Rozan Whenever taking notes, the interpreter must concentrate on the major idea and how this can be noted clearly and simply (preferably in the . The following text is taken from a new translation of Jean-Francois Rozan's masterpiece "Note-taking in Consecutive Interpreting" which is now available again, this time in English and Polish translations. It is reprinted here without the permission of the publishers Tertium, Cracow, Poland. If you like the extract below please. The most widely used note taking structure is based on the work of Jean. Francois Rozan His method abstracts the source-language mes- sage into a symbolic form. Very few words are written down, and the focus is on ideas, or concepts, rather than words. This way, key words are iden- tified, which will eventually trigger.