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Improvement on Translation Talents Development Mode from the Perspective of Market Orientation

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Yanlin Guo

Xi’an Fanyi University, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China.

*Corresponding author: Yanlin Guo


Tasks and activities undertaken by translators are constantly enriched and changed due to the emergence and development of language service industries, and on the other hand, the development of these industries closely relies on the technical improvement and qualified personnel. However, as an essential supplier, the universities find it hard to cater to the industrial trend and are in urgent need to reconsider the development mode of cultivating the translation talents. The language services, with a continually development and constantly growing standardization, plays a central role to provide first-hand information and reference for universities to take more effective and qualified talents development mode, and brings the collaborative cultivation into full play. Based on analysis of current status of the industry and the translation teaching status, the study is designed to explore a feasible and applicable translation talents teaching mode, from aspects of building the cooperative mechanism between industry and university, improving the curriculum system, implementing project-based teaching mode, and reconstructing the assessment system, respectively.


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Improvement on Translation Talents Development Mode from the Perspective of Market Orientation

How to cite this paper: Yanlin Guo. (2021). Improvement on Translation Talents Development Mode from the Perspective of Market Orientation. The Educational Review, USA5(8), 245-256.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.08.001

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