According to the (American) National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) and many experts in the field of court and legal interpretation, every court interpreter should strive for an ample and extensive vocabulary in his or her working languages. Although some more traditional vocabulary activities such as fill-in-the-blank exercises, crosswords, and word searches may aid prospective and practicing court interpreters reach this goal, there are some new approaches to language teaching that make this daunting task more entertaining and engaging. In this article, the author shares five vocabulary development games for any beginner spoken-language court interpretation classroom.
"Vocabulary Games for the Beginner Interpreter Classroom,"
International Journal of Interpreter Education: Vol. 5
, Article 6.
Available at: https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/ijie/vol5/iss1/6