The role of an interpreter is more than simply repeating words between languages. Rather, it is a role that requires the ability to fluently speak two or more languages, in addition to the ability to thoroughly understand the cultures to effectively translate even the subtlest of nuances.
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In every profession across every sector, as the new year approaches, you see them and hear of them often: New Year’s resolutions. Whether it’s a new semester, the mid-year mark or the start of a school year, the New Year is the perfect time to reflect, refine and discover. Educators are known to find innovative […]
As you get into the thick of the winter season, you may start to feel like you need a refresher on Winter Therapy Activities. I mean you do have that one activity you use every year. Right? But it’s leaving you a little blah, so let’s hit the reset button and toss out digging up […]
It’s mid-year for many school-based speech-language pathologists and everyone is looking for new book ideas as the holidays approach. Let’s face it- we all know how books can either make or break a therapy session and can enhance or deter student participation.
Hear from Raquel Martinez Suh MA, CCC-SLP. Raquel is a bilingual SLP, raising bilingual children and using her background as an SLP to help her parenting approach. What has been your experience raising children in a multilingual environment? Raising children in a multilingual environment has been a lot harder than I anticipated. Our home dynamics […]