Methodological Fundamentals of the System of Translation Specialists’ Training in Higher Education Institutions on the Basis of Integration

Keywords: professional translator’s training, scientific approaches, general didactic principles, specific principles.

Abstract

The article highlights the approaches to the effective training of a professional translator. The purpose of the article is to describe the features of translation specialists’ training at higher educational institutions, the methodological principles and approaches of the system of translation specialists’ training at higher educational institutions. Methods. The study involves the use of integration analysis methods during learning students, a set of interrelated methods: theoretical analysis, comparison and generalization of scientific sources on the research problem; systematization, classification, experts’ assessments, etc. The results. It is determined that the following approaches necessary for professional training of a professional translator in higher school are: methodological approach; systematic approach; competency approach; axiological approach; acmeological approach; activity approach; synergetic approach and linguopsychological approach. The proposed scientific approaches to improving the professional future translators’ training outline a wide range of different aspects of students' readiness for professional activity in the field of translation. It is proved that in the future translation specialists’ training it is necessary to choose the principles of training taking into account that the methodological principles should correspond to the goals of training and that the methodological principles should be based on the concepts of training methods. Conclusions. It is found that the main principles for the training of translation specialists should be considered general didactic principles (principles of consciousness, clarity, strength, scientificity, emotionality, cognition, systematicity and consistency) and specific principles (intercultural communication, roleplaying, clarity, interdisciplinary connections and language competence). The benefit of the study is that the specific principles that determine the requirements for the organization of future translators’ training process are substantiated. The implementation of these principles can ensure the successful achievement of learning objectives, contributing to the intensification, productivity, efficiency and rationalization of forming the future translation specialists’ receptive language competencies.

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Author Biography


Iryna Savka, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

Iryna Savka,
Doctor of Philosophy in Pedagogy (Ph.D),
Associate Professor of Foreign Languages for the Humanities
Ivan Franko National University of Lviv,
1, Universytetska St., Lviv, Ukraine, 79000
E-mail: savka68@meta.ua
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3213-0921

Published
2021-06-25
How to Cite
Savka, I. (2021). Methodological Fundamentals of the System of Translation Specialists’ Training in Higher Education Institutions on the Basis of Integration. Professional Education: Methodology, Theory and Technologies, (13), 246-261. https://doi.org/10.31470/2415-3729-2021-13-246-261