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Contents N Name Pages 1 Key goals of the assignment  •  why I doContents N Name Pages 1 Key goals of the assignment • why I do this 4 -5 • why you do this 6 -7 2 Technical requirements • topics & contents 8 -9 • deadlines 10 -11 • miscellaneous 12 -14 3 Sample PPT 15 -28 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

KEY GOALS OF THE ASSIGNMENT Interpreting. Terms II & IV 3 KEY GOALS OF THE ASSIGNMENT Interpreting. Terms II & IV

KEY GOALS OF THE ASSIGNMENT Interpreting. Terms II & IV WHY I  DO THIS 4KEY GOALS OF THE ASSIGNMENT Interpreting. Terms II & IV WHY I DO THIS

Key teaching goals of the assignment  • To make you study something new – youKey teaching goals of the assignment • To make you study something new – you will study a political or economic topic – you will concentrate on modern aspects, not on history • To develop your analytical skills – you will sort out information and choose only what is relevant – you will then build a vocabulary list utilizing interpreting aspect as well • To make you learn not vocabulary units but situations and backgrounds – you will understand the topic top-to-bottom – you will be able to discuss the topic, which makes you a more interesting person 5 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

KEY GOALS OF THE ASSIGNMENT Interpreting. Terms II & IV WHY YOU DO THIS 6 KEY GOALS OF THE ASSIGNMENT Interpreting. Terms II & IV WHY YOU DO THIS

Key learning goals of the assignment  • To develop your confidence – you will beKey learning goals of the assignment • To develop your confidence – you will be more confident in yourself in some areas (hopefully, 8) • To develop your independence – you will have enough knowledge to develop and justify your opinions • To simplify your learning in future – you will spend less time getting ready for classes because this information won’t be new for you any longer 7 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Interpreting. Terms II & IV 8 TOPICS & CONTENTS TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Interpreting. Terms II & IV 8 TOPICS & CONTENTS

Topics & Contents N Topic Comments Term II Term IV 1 Pskov region geography Major cities,Topics & Contents N Topic Comments Term II Term IV 1 Pskov region geography Major cities, neighbor countries and regions (capitals and closest cities to Pskov), border crossing points (all names on both sides), major rivers and lakes Eugene — 2 Pskov region economy potential Major resources, types of production in Pskov region, all companies with direct foreign investments and their specialization, key governmental programs to support economy Elena — 3 Pskov history Be very careful to choose only key things! Pay attention to specific terminology Zhenya — 4 RF government structure Short Russian and full names for every Ministry. President, PM and Ministers and other key persons should be with names and photos Ljuba Alexandr 5 World organizations Abbreviations and full names. Presidents / chairpersons / CEOs etc. with photos. Key areas of operation. Russian representatives in these organizations Ksusha Sergey 6 Key global events in 2014 Concentrate on economy and politics. Names, countries, topics to be covered Liza Igor 7 Key global armed conflicts Parties involved, location, reason Bela Serezha 8 Global humanitarian issues Environment, literacy, famine etc. Cover the following: Why is it considered to be a problem? Key figures (number of casualties etc. ) What is done to prevent aggravation? — Andrey 9 USA political issues — Arthur 10 Big games — Oleg

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Interpreting. Terms II & IV 10 DEADLINES TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Interpreting. Terms II & IV 10 DEADLINES

Deadlines  An absolute deadline for everybody is one before last class.   For termDeadlines An absolute deadline for everybody is one before last class. For term II students it will be April, 30. For term IV students it will be June, 11. • You bring a USB stick with you PPT in . ppt format (not. pptx) to class and copy it to my laptop. • I check it before your last class when you will have a test. • For your test you bring your USB stick again and I copy all PPTs to every USB stick. • For term II students: Your summer home task will be to study all PPTs. 11 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Interpreting. Terms II & IV 12 MISCELLANEOUS TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Interpreting. Terms II & IV 12 MISCELLANEOUS

Miscellaneous  •  Always keep in mind: you bear a huge responsibility. As my experienceMiscellaneous • Always keep in mind: you bear a huge responsibility. As my experience shows, your PPT will be the only source of information for your peers. They are lazy. And you are too • A good PPT is a healthy combination of text and pictures. • If you aren’t sure, google how to make a good PPT. Those below are really bad! 13 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Miscellaneous 14 Interpreting. Terms II & IV  •  Your PPT shall contain two parts:Miscellaneous 14 Interpreting. Terms II & IV • Your PPT shall contain two parts: 10 -12 slides & vocabulary list. The latter can be in either format. • Overview of the topic • Present key ideas, people, challenges etc. so that everybody understands what it is about 10 -12 slides • Your professional work as future interpreter / translator • Find 20 -40 most common vocabulary units and provide accurate translations 20 -40 vocabulary units

SAMPLE PPT Interpreting. Terms II & IV 15 SAMPLE PPT Interpreting. Terms II & IV

GLOBAL NUCLEAR AND MILITARY ISSUES based on Term II materials 16 Interpreting. Terms II & IVGLOBAL NUCLEAR AND MILITARY ISSUES based on Term II materials 16 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

GLOBAL MILITARY PRODUCTION COSTINGS 17 Interpreting. Terms II & IV GLOBAL MILITARY PRODUCTION COSTINGS 17 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Global military production costings 18 Interpreting. Terms II & IV  •  Governments are spendingGlobal military production costings 18 Interpreting. Terms II & IV • Governments are spending more and more on defense • The military spendings are even higher than those for cultural and educational issues Note: Learn three-letter UN country codes. It will do you a lot of good! • The biggest spenders are: ARE, PAK, IRN, USA, RUS • USA has the fastest growing spendings

GLOBAL MILITARY TRANSFERS 19 Interpreting. Terms II & IV GLOBAL MILITARY TRANSFERS 19 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Global military transfers 20 Interpreting. Terms II & IV Source: U. S. Department of State 329,Global military transfers 20 Interpreting. Terms II & IV Source: U. S. Department of State 329, 2 41, 6 19, 3 11 8 7 5, 7 4, 1 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 USA EU RUS DEU GBR CHN FRA ITA Value of transfer deliveries, US$bn 96, 1 93, 8 34 60, 3 23, 5 13, 9 10, 8 Who sells? East Asia – 96, 1 US$bn JPN, KOR EU – 93, 8 US$bn GBR, DEU, NLD Middle East – 60, 3 US$bn ARE, ISR, TUR, IRQ North America – 34 US$bn CAN, USA South Asia – 23, 5 US$bn IND, AFG Oceania – 13, 9 US$bn AUS North Africa – 10, 8 US$bn DZA, EGY

NUCLEAR POWER STATES 21 Interpreting. Terms II & IV NUCLEAR POWER STATES 21 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Nuclear power states 22 Interpreting. Terms II & IV State Year of acquisition Number of warheadsNuclear power states 22 Interpreting. Terms II & IV State Year of acquisition Number of warheads First test missile name USA 1945 2150 | 7700 Trinity RUS 1949 1800 | 8500 RDS-1 GBR 1952 160 | 225 Hurricane FRA 1960 290 | 300 Gerboise Bleue CHN 1964 n. a. | 250 596 State Year of acquisition Number of warheads First test missile name IND 1974 n. a. | 110 Smiling Buddha PAK 1998 n. a. | 120 Chagai-I PRK 2006 n. a. | 10 n. a. ISR 1979 n. a. | 400 n. a. Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) Ratifier Signatory Non-signatory

NUCLEAR BLAST CASUALTIES 23 Interpreting. Terms II & IV NUCLEAR BLAST CASUALTIES 23 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Nuclear blast casualties Hiroshima before bombing 7 th  largest city in JPN 350, 000 Nuclear blast casualties Hiroshima before bombing 7 th largest city in JPN 350, 000 inhabitants 90, 000 buildings Hiroshima after bombing 70, 000 killed 167, 000 related deaths 69% of buildings demolished 24 Interpreting. Terms II & IV August 6, 1945 ‘ Little Boy’ bomb

NUCLEAR BLAST CONSEQUENCES 25 Interpreting. Terms II & IV NUCLEAR BLAST CONSEQUENCES 25 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Nuclear blast consequences 26 Interpreting. Terms II & IV This is an American nuclear bombing aftereffectsNuclear blast consequences 26 Interpreting. Terms II & IV This is an American nuclear bombing aftereffects computer. Dates back to 1960 s Major consequences: • death from thermal radiation, fires, asphyxiation • death from ionizing radiation • radiation related disease (infertility, blood disorder, cancer)

Vocabulary units Global military issues Conventional arms Обычные вооружения Nuclear weapon states Страны, обладающие ядерным оружиемVocabulary units Global military issues Conventional arms Обычные вооружения Nuclear weapon states Страны, обладающие ядерным оружием Weapons transfers Поставки оружия Comprehensive body of data Всеобъемлющая информация Gross national product (GNP) Валовый национальный продукт (ВНП) Concessive prices Льготные цены Offset arrangements Взаимный зачет обязательств Reciprocal transfers Взаимные поставки In order of acquisition В порядке приобретения Global nuclear issues Crude atomic device Несложное атомное устройство Miscalculation Просчет Shock wave Ударная волна Ground zero Эпицентр Thermal radiation Тепловое излучение Asphyxiation Удушье Smouldering fires Тлеющие пожары Prompt radiation Проникающая радиация Normal weather patterns Нормальные модели погоды Radioactive fall-outs Радиоактивные осадки 27 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

Vocabulary units Global nuclear issues Non-proliferation treaty Договор о нераспространении (ядерного оружия) Ratifier Государство,  ратифицировавшееVocabulary units Global nuclear issues Non-proliferation treaty Договор о нераспространении (ядерного оружия) Ratifier Государство, ратифицировавшее договор Signatory Подписант Non-signatory Государство, не подписавшее договор Warheads Боеголовки Missile Ракета Basic technology Базовая технология Nuclear exchange Обмен ядерными ударами Depletion Истощение 28 Interpreting. Terms II & IV

And, finally, that’s all from me Should you have any questions, please, don’t hesitate to e-mailAnd, finally, that’s all from me Should you have any questions, please, don’t hesitate to e-mail or text me Good luck! 29 Interpreting. Terms II & IV ntl. [email protected] com | +