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Wydział Sztuki i Nauk o Edukacji

Innovative Educational Technologies, Tools and Methods for E-learning
Scientific Editor Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska
“E-learning”, 12, Katowice–Cieszyn 2020, pp. 126–136
DOI: 10.34916/el.2020.12.11

el-2020-12-11

THE POSSIBILITY OF USING LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS TO FUNNEL STUDENT TRANSLATORS’ POST-ONLINE-EXCHANGE REFLECTIONS TOWARDS THE METACOGNITIVE ELEMENTS OF TRANSLATOR COMPETENCE

Mariusz Marczak

Abstract: The use of collaboration and teamwork is being advocated as a means of developing translator competence in translation education courses at university level. The most optimal telecollaborative work mode facilitating the development of a wide range translator competences seem to be team translation projects, another are Online Intercultural Exchange (OIEs), aimed primarily at developing students’ intercultural communication competence. However, they can also be used to further the metacognitive components of translator competence. This paper demonstrates how that can be achieved by analysing linguistically excerpts of students’ online communication in an OIE with a view to investigating to what extent this kind of analysis, when performed by students themselves, can potentially foster metacognitive competence.

Keywords: virtual exchange; translator education; translator competence; intercultural competence.

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