Directions Using your reference skills and any books available to you for research, fill in the blank with the italicized mystery word. The word is….
Directions Using your reference skills and any books available to you for research, fill in the blank with the italicized mystery word. The word is written in phonetics as you might hear it. If there is not enough information about the mystery word, write a comment concerning it. Pairs or teams of students can work on this together with the instructor’s permission. In actual practice, you often need the “ears” of another MT to help with a difficult word. If you have the Internet available in the classroom and the instructor permits, follow up your book search with an Internet search and compare results. You could establish a contest with another student using book referencing versus the Internet. Example Heart: Clear to pee-en-ay. Answer: P&A Research done using: looked in an abbreviation book/looked in a book featuring the cardiovascular system Meaning of what you found: percussion and auscultation