Teaching Model of Japanese Translation under Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics Translation Theory

Li REN

Abstract


At present the foreign language translation teaching basically following traditional teaching mode, this is a bottleneck to improve students’ translation ability effectively. Improvement of students’ translation ability has a close relationship to cognitive style and personal experiences. Translation concept of cognitive linguistics emphasizes fully the constraints of experience and knowledge, strive for dealing with relationship between text, cognitive subject, translations, the real world, the author, translator and readers, in order to achieve “reasonableness of explanation” and “harmony of translation”, to improve the quality and effectiveness of the practice translation teaching, providing new concepts and ideas for modern foreign language translation teaching model.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7787

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