Table of contents for Note-taking for consecutive interpreting : a short course / Andrew Gillies.

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Part I	The Basics Step-by-step
What is consecutive interpreting?
When is consecutive interpreting used?
About this book
Note-taking for consecutive interpreting
About the notes
About the examples
How to use the book
Chapter 1. 	Speech Analysis
		Speech writing guides
		Structure maps
		Mind maps
Chapter 2. 	Recognizing and Splitting Ideas
Chapter 3. 	The Beginning of Notes	
Chapter 4. 	Links
Moving On...
Taking notes directly
Reproducing speeches from notes
Note-taking from the spoken word
Chapter 5. 	Verticality and Hierarchies of Values 
	Parallel values
	Shifting values
	Parallel values 2
	Use of brackets
Chapter 6. 	Symbols
	What is a symbol?
	Why use symbols?
	What to note with symbols
	How to use symbols
	Organic symbols
	Where to find symbols
Chapter 7. 	Memory Prompts
	Structure can help recall information
	Things right in front of you
	Note the simple for the complicated
	Stories and jokes
	It depends on what you already know
Chapter 8. 	What to Note
Part II		Fine-tuning
1.	Clauses
2.	Rules of Abbreviation
3.	Verbs
4.	The Recall Line
5. 	Uses of the Margin
6.	Implicit Links 
7.	Pro-forms
8.	Noting Sooner, or Later
9.	How You Write it
10.	More on Symbols
11. 	Things You Didn't Catch
12.	The End 
Part III	The Back of the Book 
1. 	Notes with Commentary
Speech 1 - Hodgson
	Speech 2 - Patten
	Speech 3 - Torry
	Speech 4 - MacShane
2. 	Versions of the Tasks Set
3. 	The Examples
4. 	Where to Find Practice Material
Further reading

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Translating and interpreting.