|Course Name||Literature I-(1) Fiction and non-fiction (E-J) (Course No:51003)|
|Offered Major/ Year Taken/ Type of Course||Major 1 / First or Second Year / Elective|
|Number of Credit||2|
|Number of Classes||16|
|Course Description||Become familiar with translating long sentences.|
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|Course Objective(Goal)||Understand the meaning of words, phrases, and grammar constructions. Capture the overall image of the source text, and translate into natural target language (Japanese) while maintaining the nuances of the original.|
|Learning Outcome||Translate idiomatically and comprehensively the source language (English) into the natural target language (Japanese) by understanding the meaning of words, phrases, and grammatical construction, and also by capturing the overall image of the source language (English) text and writing target language (Japanese). Such idiomatic translation should maintain the nuances found in the source language text. Translate at a speed of 250 words (source language) per hour.|
|Course Progression||Study basic learning materials
Answer practice exercises
Compare answer with sample translation
Listen to audio lectures
Submit homework assignments
|Deliverable (Course Text, etc)||Text I : CAREER CHOICE Text II : THE BRAVEST MAN
*Authored originally by the Professor. Copyrighted by Babel University Professional School of Translation.
*Revised in November 2012
|Course Outline||Lecture 1- 11: Text I CAREER CHOICE
Lecture 12-16: Text II THE BRAVEST MAN
|Grade Evaluation and Course Requirement||1. Assignments (All assignments must be submitted)
2. Final Exam (Minimum Course Requirement: B or above)
Submission papers will be returned with the evaluation sheet, which states evaluation marking and comments as well as corrections with rubrics.