Shedding Light on the Use of Research Methods in the University Classroom
Teaching of translation and writing in the university classroom tends to focus on task knowledge by practicing text production and analyzing and discussing the quality of products. In this article, we will argue that the outcome of teaching may be increased if students are taught to see themselves not only as learners, but also as thinkers and problem solvers. This can be achieved by systematically applying knowledge from process research as this can give insight into mental and physical processes of text production. This article provides an overview of methods commonly used in process research and discusses the pros and cons of their application in teaching of translation and writing at university levels.
Trans-kom. Zeitschrift Für Translationswissenschaft Und Fachkommunikation, 2009, Vol 2, Issue 1, p. 1-25
Process Research Methods; Text Production; Translation