Interpreting at Church: A Paradigm for Sign Language Interpreters, 3rd Edition
Interpreting at Church: A Paradigm for Sign Language Interpreters, 3rd Edition by Leo Yates Jr at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Leo Yates, Jr.'s Interpreting at Church: A Paradigm for Sign Language Interpreters, 3rd Edition is a well-written and one-of-a-kind resource that discusses essential information for sign language interpreters who will provide professional services in a church or other Christian environment. The book covers a wide range of materials including certification, ethical issues, standards, compensation, and skill development. Updates and expanded sections in the third edition include: Current
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Leo Yates, Jr.'s Interpreting at Church: A Paradigm for Sign Language Interpreters, 3rd Edition is a well-written and one-of-a-kind resource that discusses essential information for sign language interpreters who will provide professional services in a church or other Christian environment. The book covers a wide range of materials including certification, ethical issues, standards, compensation, and skill development. Updates and expanded sections in the third edition include: Current certification standards, problem solving techniques, an audit checklist for churches, worship styles, an expanded wedding and funeral chapter, and more. It also contains a religious sign dictionary and helpful suggestions from veteran interpreters.
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