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Teaching Translationas a Lesson<br />Prepared by:<br />AmalFalahAl.Sobei<br />Amal Falah<br />
Translating and Identifying Problems of Translation <br />Seventh level<br />Amal Falah<br />
The Main Goal: Translating and identifying possible problems in a text<br />Specific Goal: <br />I hope to teach how to tr...
Content <br />1. Revising the previous lecture.<br />2. Translating the new text. <br />3. Identifying problems in the tex...
Objectives of the lesson<br />1. Understanding the given text.<br />2. Knowing how to translate the text approximately.<br...
Rationale<br />Understanding the material helps the student give an appropriate translation.<br />Familiarize students wit...
Instructional procedures<br />1. Focusing event: translating the text.<br />2. Teaching procedures: <br />a. Practicing tr...
4. Student Participation through sharing their translation. <br />5. Closure the lesson by revising kinds of problems have...
Translate the following:<br />The Problematic Text:<br />Children! Would you please stop making so much noise!<br />And fo...
The Clear Text<br />Children! Would you please stop making so much noise!<br />And for heaven's sake, pick up your clothes...
يا أطفال! هلا توقفتم عن الإزعاج.<br />أرجوكم، التقطوا ملابسكم وألعابكم!<br />من الصعب جداً إبقاء هذا المنزل نظيفاً مع رميك...
Translation Problems:<br />Problems with the source text:1. Text difficult to read or illegible text <br />2. Spelled inco...
Problems Faced on The Text<br />1. The text is badly written and difficult to read, because of the different kinds of font...
3. Cultural differences like in ( children)<br /> only but as:أطفال shouldn’t be translated as: <br />     يا   by adding ...
Punctuation problems:<br />Like the comma in the after the name (Clara,)<br />mean an utterance, but in Arabic it should b...
References:<br />http://knol.google.com/k/ian-grant-spong/preaching-manual-lesson-015-a-one-verse/25uwu3q02a7v6/22#<br />h...
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Translating and identifying possible problems in a text

  1. 1. Teaching Translationas a Lesson<br />Prepared by:<br />AmalFalahAl.Sobei<br />Amal Falah<br />
  2. 2. Translating and Identifying Problems of Translation <br />Seventh level<br />Amal Falah<br />
  3. 3. The Main Goal: Translating and identifying possible problems in a text<br />Specific Goal: <br />I hope to teach how to translate a text and determine the problems and mistakes. <br />Amal Falah<br />
  4. 4. Content <br />1. Revising the previous lecture.<br />2. Translating the new text. <br />3. Identifying problems in the text.<br />Amal Falah<br />
  5. 5. Objectives of the lesson<br />1. Understanding the given text.<br />2. Knowing how to translate the text approximately.<br />3. Being able to determine the problems and mistakes ( common or serious).<br />4. Being familiar with new kinds of problem of translation. <br />Amal Falah<br />
  6. 6. Rationale<br />Understanding the material helps the student give an appropriate translation.<br />Familiarize students with problems of translation to avoid mistakes making while translating. <br />Amal Falah<br />
  7. 7. Instructional procedures<br />1. Focusing event: translating the text.<br />2. Teaching procedures: <br />a. Practicing translation with partner and teacher.<br />b. Sharing the (TT) with the whole class by participating with the teacher.<br />c. Correcting the student translation.<br />3. Formative check <br />AmalFalah<br />
  8. 8. 4. Student Participation through sharing their translation. <br />5. Closure the lesson by revising kinds of problems have been given during the class. <br />Amal Falah<br />
  9. 9. Translate the following:<br />The Problematic Text:<br />Children! Would you please stop making so much noise!<br />And for heaven's sake, pick up your clothes and toys!<br />It's hard enh trying to keep this house clean without your throwing your things all over the place!<br />Clara, I know that the children get in your hair, but you should try not to let it upset you so much.<br />Listen, Jim. I can't help it . The children bother me and make me very angry when they're so noisy and messy.<br />Amal Falah<br />
  10. 10. The Clear Text<br />Children! Would you please stop making so much noise!<br />And for heaven's sake, pick up your clothes and toys!<br />It's hard enough trying to keep this house clean without your throwing your things all over the place!<br />Clara, I know that the children get in your hair, but you should try not to let it upset you so much.<br />Listen, Jim. I can't help it . The children bother me and make me very angry when they're so noisy and messy.<br />AmalFalah<br />
  11. 11. يا أطفال! هلا توقفتم عن الإزعاج.<br />أرجوكم، التقطوا ملابسكم وألعابكم!<br />من الصعب جداً إبقاء هذا المنزل نظيفاً مع رميكُم للأشياء في جميع الأنحاء.<br />كلارا: أعلم أن هذا يضايقك ( أن الأطفال تسببوا في إزعاجك)، ولكن حاولي ألا تجعليه يغضبك كثيراً.<br />أسمع يا جيم: أنا لم أعد أستطيع التحمل. يضايقني ويغضبني الأطفال عندما يكونون مزعجين وفوضويين هكذا. <br />Amal Falah<br />
  12. 12. Translation Problems:<br />Problems with the source text:1. Text difficult to read or illegible text <br />2. Spelled incorrectly or printed incorrectly <br />3. Unfinished text <br />4. Badly written text <br />Language problems:1. Idiom terms and neologisms <br />2. Unsolved acronyms and abbreviations <br />3. Proper name of people, organizations, and places. <br />4. Slang difficult to understand <br />5. Respect to punctuation conventions. <br />Amal Falah<br />
  13. 13. Problems Faced on The Text<br />1. The text is badly written and difficult to read, because of the different kinds of fonts and choosing a bad color.<br />2. Spelling problem:<br />Like the word (enh) which sould be written as <br />(enough). <br />Amal Falah<br />
  14. 14. 3. Cultural differences like in ( children)<br /> only but as:أطفال shouldn’t be translated as: <br /> يا by adding the word:يا أطفال<br />Also in ( for the sake of the heavens)<br />أرجوكم translated as: <br />Amal Falah<br />
  15. 15. Punctuation problems:<br />Like the comma in the after the name (Clara,)<br />mean an utterance, but in Arabic it should be translated to:<br />كلارا:<br />Also like ( listen, Jim ) suold be translated as:<br />أسمع يا جيم: <br />Amal Falah<br />
  16. 16. References:<br />http://knol.google.com/k/ian-grant-spong/preaching-manual-lesson-015-a-one-verse/25uwu3q02a7v6/22#<br />http://www.nclrc.org/essentials/planning/structure.htm<br />http://abisamra02.tripod.com/nada/nada-inquiry.html<br />http://www.translationschools.org/translation/process/problems.asp<br />http://www.nclrc.org/essentials/planning/lessongoals.htm<br />http://www.englishdaily626.com/idioms.php<br />Amal Falah<br />

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