Superobjective

Superobjective

 

(in Russian, sverkhzadacha), a term introduced by K. S. Stanislavsky to help clarify his method. The superobjective is the main ideological objective or aim for which a play, characterization, or performance was created.

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Due to this reason, it would be more appropriate to say that the superobjective of the educational and training process of bilingual interpreters-to be is the gradual development of MICC- a complex, integrating, psychological, socio-linguo-cognitive and communicative construction as well as a mode of action that can only be developed first of all in-class focusing on the attempted "visualization" of the interpreter's mental process during the phases of comprehension, reformulation and re-expression of the message to be rendered.
The "through line of action" becomes the somewhat awkward "throughaction," and superobjective is rendered as "supertask.