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Monday, July 1 • 9:30am - 11:00am
Creating a translation device

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Developing a good translation device is not easy. It requires working closely with data and the theory, theory and data, back and forth. However, a high-quality translation device is a necessary component in your research. It supports knowledge building in LCT, makes your research replicable and allows others to apply your tool in their context. Learning a few key strategies can dramatically simplify the process of creating your translation device and improving the quality of your research.

To do this, this workshop will walk you through some of the important components of creating, questioning and refining a LCT translation device for any dimension. This will include:
Covering key concepts,
Developing appropriate indicators, targets and relations,
Selecting effective examples,
Testing your device; and,
Participants will be working in pairs and small groups. If possible, they should bring their own data and a laptop. Materials will be provided online before the workshop.


Monday July 1, 2019 9:30am - 11:00am SAST
Room B47