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Label: UWSP Foundation Press, Inc.
Manufacturer: UWSP Foundation Press, Inc.
Publication Date: 2015
Publisher: UWSP Foundation Press, Inc.
Studio: UWSP Foundation Press, Inc.
THE INTERPRETER'S GUIDEBOOK: FOURTH EDITION, Techniques for Programs and Presentations. Buchholz, Lackey, Gross, Zimmerman. This easy-to-use, practical guide provides a wealth of tips and techniques for both new and experienced interpreters to develop and present professional programs. Completely revised in 2015, the fourth edition features real-world examples and case studies illustrated by hundreds of full-color photos. Chapters describe planning thematic programs, employing creative techniques such as props and costumes, leading inspiring nature walks and guided tours, developing multimedia talks that wow audiences, interpreting spontaneously, and gaining feedback to improve programs.
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