Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome and Introduction

    • Instructions for homework: Please read carefully!

  • 2

    Interpreting as a practice profession

    • Interpreting as a practice profession (ENG + cc)

    • Interpreting as a practice profession (ASL + cc)

    • Reflection Questions: Interpreting as a Practice Profession

  • 3

    The demands and controls of interpreting

    • The demands and controls of interpreting (ENG + cc)

    • The demands and controls of interpreting (ASL + cc)

    • Case Study: Engineer's Conference Call

    • Asynchronous Workshop Part 1: Complete Handouts (v1 & v2)

    • Bonus: DC-S Glossary

    • Read Rachel's Case

    • Demand-Control Analysis of Rachel's Case

    • Compare your analysis to mine; note questions about discrepancies

    • You're done! Well, for now...

  • 4

    Live Session 1 Handouts

    • Handouts for Section 1

    • Handouts for Section 2

    • Handouts for Section 3

    • Handouts for Section 4

    • Handouts for Section 5

    • Handouts for Final Section

  • 5

    Live Session 1 Recording

    • Introductory content and housekeeping (delayed start in recording)

    • Language and Communication Plan

    • Review of Rachel's EIPI analysis

    • Defining normative ethics and non-normative discourse

    • Summary of Practice Professions and Normative Ethics (plus Q/A)

    • Review of Engineer Case and Demands and Controls in General

    • Dr. Kim and the Ibuprofen Case (in ENG) See ASL version below or read Transcript

    • Beauchamp & Childress's 4 Core Principles (in ASL only)

    • Wrapping up

  • 6

    Live Session 1 Materials

    • The Normative Messages in Interpreting

    • Reflection Question about Normative Messages

    • Group Discussion Topic

    • The Medical Ethicist and the Ibuprofen Case

  • 7

    DC-S as a Values-Based Decision Making Model

    • Explanation from email

    • Optional: Review (in ASL only) of Beauchamp & Childress's 4 Core Principles

    • Reflection Question: +/- Obligation in Autonomy

    • Decision Making Models

    • Promoting the Use of Normative Ethics (Dean & Pollard 2018)

    • Quiz on Dean & Pollard's Chapter on Promoting the Use of Normative Ethics

    • Summary Handout on 2018 Chapter: Proposed Values for Community Interpreting

  • 8

    Live Session 2 Recording

    • Introduction 1

    • Part 1

    • Part 2

    • Part 3 (Final)

  • 9

    Handouts for Live Session 2

    • Handouts 1

    • Handouts 2

    • Handouts Final

  • 10

    Live Session 2 Materials

    • Engineer's Conference Call EIPI Analysis

    • Normative Ethics Chapter Quiz and Answer Key

    • Option 1: Read Teenage Birth Case

    • Option 2: Listen Teenage Birth Case

    • Group Exercise: Teenage Birth Case & Four Core Principles

    • Read: Designated Interpreter Case

    • Review of Rachel's Case

    • Group Exercise: Rachel's Case Demand Constellations

    • Check your answer: Demand constellation of omit tone

    • Check your answer: Demand constellation of discuss after

    • DC-S as a Decision Making Model (ASL)

    • DC-S as a Decision Making Model (ENG)

  • 11

    Resources

    • Dean & Pollard, 2001: Application of demand-control theory to sign language interpreting: Implications for stress and interpreter training

    • Dean & Pollard, 2005: Consumers and service effectiveness in interpreting work: A practice profession perspective.

    • Dean & Pollard, 2011: Context-based ethical reasoning in interpreting: A demand control schema perspective.

    • Dean & Pollard, 2012: Beyond “interesting”: Using demand control schema to structure experiential learning.

    • Dean, 2014: Condemned to Repetition? An analysis of problem-setting and problem-solving in sign language interpreting ethics

    • Dean & Pollard, 2018: Promoting the use of normative ethics in the practice profession of community interpreting

    • Curtis, 2018; Views Article