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  • 1小时背100单词?

    2007-03-18
    买了本37小时熟记雅思3552核心词汇这书
    基本上,1小时100左右单词
    本来很怀疑其效果
    结果,做下来发现,差不多一个多小时,100个单词确实记住了-_-b
    不过,有点头昏头痛,可能高密度记忆造成的……
    决定以后哪天要做这个练习了,提前一天开始吃高蛋白,呵呵
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  • 法语教材换了

    2007-03-11
     
     
    学校有关负责人终于愿意换教材了。
    于是班主任咨询法方负责人问什么法语教材好,对方回复Reflets。然后当然法语老师也同意啦。
    于是我就去帮班级定了几十套走遍法国。
    呵呵,这书确实不错的,这下教材不枯燥了。
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  • 2007年的projects要求……

    2007-01-18

    IS1

     

    3.1.Multi-disciplinary Project (Group Project) 

    3.1.1.

     Project description

     

     

    This project must be realized in English

     

    OraManager

     

    This project is for IS1 and uses technologies of the Oracle, .NET, and Microsoft laboratories.

    If you have any question about this project, you can send an email to these laboratories.

     

    The aim of this project is to install an industrial production server based on Windows 2003 Server R2 and Oracle Database 10g R1.

     

    The authentication of the Oracle users will be made by Active Directory.

     

    A rich client developed with C# (Framework 2.0) will be used to manage Active Directory users, and objects stored in the Oracle database.

                3.1.2.

     Duration

     

     

    The duration of this project is evaluated at 6 Months with probably 110 hours of work.

                3.1.3.

     Return deadline

     

     

    May, 20th 2007 4 Pm (GMT +1)

     

    3.2. Individual project

     

    3.2.1. IS1 Java Project   

    Project description

    This project must be realized in English

     

    EBouffe Corporation would like to sell some food products on-line. So it affords a public web application so that their clients can connect and order from their personal computer.

     

    Administration:

     

    We want a back-office to administrate products and categories. We have to be able to add/remove/modify categories and products.

     

    Public part:

     

    We want a simple graphical interface for eBouffe’s customers. Customers have to be able to consult products by category. They could also add products in their cart and manage it (remove a product, modify quantity). You don’t need to manage all order processes (validation of cart and order creation …) but you have to create a simple way to summarize the cart (list of products / quantity and total amount).

     

    Project constraints

     

    Use a JBoss Application Server (JBOSS AS)

    Use Java language to develop your web application

    Evaluative architecture (with layers like View/Application/Services/Data)

    Use a database (we advise you to use HSQLDB which is integrated to JBoss, it would be easier for us to deploy it)

     

    Advice: use your own data source (name it like: « group124 » where 124 is the id of your group)

    Be careful: you have to create a correct architecture (it’s the main goal if this works).

     

    Return deadline

    June, 10th 2007 4 Pm (GMT +1)

     

     

    3.2.2. Internship project 

    Project Description

     

    During this year, you will have to make a training course in a company from 3 to 4 months (1-2 months for Chinese students) during the school’s summer holiday, in order to reinforce the assets which you will have learned. You are asked to conceive a note of Synthesis in hypertext, in HTML (SUPINFO-PROJECTS).

     

    The note of synthesis relates to one of the projects which you carried out at the time of your training course. It acts like a technical or technological synthesis of your project which could be used by other students. You will try to develop the subject in a general manner.

     

    Project Constraints

     

    The format will have to correspond to the rules defined by SUPINFO which are available on the Supinfo-Projects website.

    Return deadline

    November, 9th 2007 4 Pm (GMT +1)

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  • 中级口译 中口 2005年 3月 听力答案

    2006-09-26
    貌似网上找不到免费的中口05年3月的听力答案,为了方便广大网友,我将其答案打出来了,发布在我space上
     
    1 hardened criminals
    2 possible solution
    3 committed an offence
    4 plead guilty
    5 the juvenile court’s permission
    6 of the same age
    7 determine a sentence
    8 clear
    9 performing community service
    10 agree to accept
    11 oversee the proceeding
    12 regular court system
    13 426 communities
    14 a chance to participate
    15 educate and motivate
    16 better communication
    17 alter native
    18 recognize their mistake
    19 a respect for themselves
    20 legal system
    CBDCA ACBAC CDAC ADDB DACB BBAC DCAD
     
    第三部分不打了,文字太多了
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  • 【转】英文履历 CV 要怎么写

    2006-05-03
    英文履历 CV 要怎么写
    锁定目标 取得工作
    现代社会通讯发达, 不过也许说这是个信息爆炸的时代更恰当. 而职场上招募人才的过程最能反映这个现象. 每当征人启事一见报, 人事部门就会收到一大堆应征者的信, 而每年来应征的毕业生似乎又比前一年的好, 所以你可真的是要非常突出才可能有面试的机会. 这就是为什么一份很棒的履历自传这么重要的原因. 它可以让你看起来比别人厉害, 可以让人事主管多看一眼, 特别注意你, 然后让你登上面试名单.
     
    一份卓然出众的绝妙履历自传
     
    我们实际一点好了. 光有一份伟大的履历表, 工作是不会自动上门的. 具备符合这份工作的条件, 不用说当然是非常重要, 不过, 好的英文履历表确实能让你受到青睐, 被列入考虑, 而这通常就是求职的第一道关卡. 当然, 如果你已经坐在面试的小房间里, 手心冒汗, 心跳加速地和面试官们大眼瞪小眼, 那么一切就靠你自己的造化了,不过如果没有一份卓然出众的绝妙履历帮忙, 恐怕就不太可能进到面试这一关.
     
    为什么履历的英文叫CV呢?
    为什么履历自传的英文叫CV呢? 其实CV是拉丁文 curriculum vitae 的缩写, 指的就是"我这辈子做过哪些事的清单". 很多人也用法文 resumé 这个字, 意思是一样的. 如果你就是用这个字, 最后那个é, 一定要在上面撇一小撇, 千万别拼成 resume, 因为它的意思是"重新开始", 对找工作可能不太吉利.
     
    CV三部分
    老板要不要用你,有很多事情他会想知道,不过基本上,不外乎三件事: 第一, 你是谁? 这很简单, 就是你的名字, 地址, 年龄, 性别 (如果你的名字不是普通西方人的名字, 告知性别就蛮重要的), 以及目前的联络方式, 像是email (一个就好,不必太多). 第二, 你的工作经历和学历如何? 第三, 到底你以前的经历对应征这个新工作有什么帮助?
     
    求学过程
    从求学过程开始写履历, 是一个不错的方式. 老板大概都想知道你念过什么学校, 什么大学, 甚至研究所, 但是越久以前的, 通常越不重要, 所以细节不必太多. 如果你以前念的学校是全国最好的, 或是你是全班第一名, 那你可以写出来, 至于你高中老师叫什么名字, 就不必提了, 因为不相干. 举个例子, 如果你应征的是一个工程相关的工作, 就把你主修过哪些和这个工作直接有关系的科目, 以及你毕业前做过的项目列出, 否则的话, 这部分尽量短. 不相干的细节不会有人欣赏的, 甚至可能对你不利. 其实老板也是利用你的履历来测试看你能不能掌握重点, 丢掉不必要的细节.
     
    工作经历
    再来通常就是你的工作经历. 这个部分很重要, 是因为你要告诉人家,你成年以来,大部分的时间有没有努力工作, 或至少做些有用的事而不是坐在家里打电动. 通常的做法就是依照时间的先后列出你的工作经验, 从最近的先写, 一直写到第一个工作, 包括你的职掌和负责的项目. 你必须让人家觉得你是一个很可靠,很认真的员工,毕业之后一直有在工作或进修. 当然, 日复一日的工作细节及内容, 像是你做过狗的美容师(帮狗洗澡, 吹干, 剪狗头发, 修狗指甲, 等等) 对于应征会计的职位, 可能不会被重视,不过至少这表示你在某段时间里, 是有工作的, 要比什么都没提来的好. 另外, 履历里头还可以炫耀你曾经达成的目标, 很多人喜欢单独列出他们在职场生涯当中每一阶段的成就, 有些人则喜欢把这些成就写在他们的工作经历项目里. 你负责的区域是不是业务三倍成长? 有就要写出来, 否则人家怎么知道. 这是你告诉征人的老板你能做什么, 你做过什么的唯一机会. 这也是最后能不能让你得到面试机会的关键.
     
    明确的说明你拥有的各项技能
    履历的第三个阶段是要明确的说明你拥有的各项技能, 以及这些技能怎么对公司有贡献. 这部分最需要思考, 而实际帮你自己列出你能做的所有技能, 对于你去面试也是很有用的. 不必什么都写, 重要的是要针对你应征的工作. 但这绝对是你展现出社会以来累积的所有特殊技能的机会. 你要告诉老板所有你会使用的计算机程序, 你会操作的工具, 还有你擅长的事情. 好比说, 你是不是很棒的财务管理人才? 会不会做一流的图表设计? 修理打印机, 是不是比以前的人修得更快? 这个部分你还可以列出推荐人的名字, 通常都是你前任工作或学校里的资深人士. 还有你的一些得奖纪录, 著作等等也可以写上去.
     
    控制你的文字
    最后一点, 是要控制你的文字. 英文履历要简短有重点, 所以用条列式的,不要用完整句子来写. 要检查拼字, 特别是人名和公司的名字. 拼字很差的人通常都第一个被刷掉. 履历也许不必有图表和彩色印刷, 但附上你的照片是必要的. 最重要的是, 要诚实, 因为对方会真的去查. 还有,记得要写一封优美的附信, 不要光寄一份履历表, 这可以显示你很认真考虑这个工作.
     
    认清你的目标
    要认清你的目标, 然后小心达成目的. 同一份履历可能不适用于你要应征的所有工作. 每次都写一份新的, 才能把你最适合"这个"工作的一面表现出来. 记得要简短却要五脏俱全. 写履历没有一定的规则可循. 以上这些要点希望能帮助你快乐求职, 马到成功!
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  • 【转】怎样写一篇CV

    2006-05-03
    Contents: advice on writing a CV resume, types of CV, and covering letters for job and career applications. Also decision-making for students, and the international student help page.

    WRITING A CV RESUME

      If you are looking for a job, then it is very important that you understand how to offer yourself in the best way to an employer.
      This is done by writing a ‘CV’ (curriculum vitae – Latin for ‘life story’), called in some countries a ‘resume’.

      Different countries may have different requirements and styles for CV resumes. So you must follow the correct practice for your culture and country. However, we will try to give you important principles and advice.

      WHAT IS A CV RESUME FOR?

      A CV resume is quite simply an ‘advert’ to sell yourself to an employer. You should send a CV to an employer when they ask for one in a job advert, or when you are enquiring if any jobs are available. So the purpose of your CV is to make you attractive, interesting, worth considering to the company and so receive a job interview.

      An employer may have several hundred enquiries about a single job, he or she will only choose a few people who appear suitable for interview.

      Therefore, your CV must be as good as you can make it.

      GENERAL ADVICE

      If you are a student, there is probably a career advice office in your place of study. They are there to help. They may have fact-sheets of advice on how to prepare a CV. Make full use of them. However, employers do not want to see CVs which are all written in exactly the same way. Therefore, do not just copy standard CV samples! Your CV should be your own, personal, and a little bit different.

      A CV should be constructed on a word-processor (or at least typed), well laid out and printed on a good quality printer. Do use bold and/or underline print for headings. Do not use lots of different font types and sizes. You are not designing a magazine cover! Do use plenty of white space, and a good border round the page. Do use the spell-check on your computer! (Or check that the spelling is correct in some way) Consider using ‘bullets’ to start sub-sections or lists.

      Because you are using a computer or word-processor, you can easily ‘customise’ your CV if necessary, and change the layout and the way you write your CV for different employers.

      Picture yourself to be a busy manager in the employer’s office. He (or she) may have to read through 100 CVs in half an hour, and will have two piles – ‘possibles’ and ‘waste-bin’.

      So yours must be easy to read, short and attractive.

      There are two communication principles to remember:

      *’KISS’ – ‘keep it simple, stupid’.

      *’If they didn’t hear it, you didn’t say it’.

      So, when you have written a first attempt at your CV, get someone else to look at it, and tell you how to make it better.
      Ask your friends, your tutors or teachers, your career office, family friends in business. What you have written may seem simple and obvious to you, but not to an employer! Go through it again and again with a red pen, making it shorter, more readable, more understandable!

      Before you start

      Sit down with a piece of paper. Look at the job(s) that you are applying for. Consider how your skills, education, and experience compare with the skills that the job requires. How much information do you have about the job description?
      Sometimes employers do not give enough information. Ask for more detail if needed. Spend time researching detail about the job(s) that interest you and information about the employer – their structure, products, successes, and approach – from:

      Their own publicity, reports and publications

      A library (business reports, trade papers)

      College career office

      Newspaper reports

      The Internet

      WHAT TO INCLUDE

      Personal details

      Name, home address, college address, phone number, email address, date of birth.

      Do you have your own web homepage? Include it (if it’s good!).

      If your name does not obviously show if you are male or female, include this!

      Education

      Give places of education where you have studied – most recent education first. Include subject options taken in each year of your course. Include any special project, thesis, or dissertation work.

      Pre-college courses (high school, etc.) should then be included, including grades. Subjects taken and passed just before college will be of most interest. Earlier courses, taken at say age 15-16, may not need much detail.

      Work experience

      List your most recent experience first. Give the name of your employer, job title, and very important, what you actually did and achieved in that job. Part-time work should be included.

      Interests

      They will be particularly interested in activities where you have leadership or responsibility, or which involve you in relating to others in a team. A one-person interest, such as stamp-collecting, may be of less interest to them, unless it connects with the work you wish to do. Give only enough detail to explain. (If you were captain of a sports team, they do not want to know the exact date you started, how many games you played, and how many wins you had! They will ask at the interview, if they are interested.) If you have published any articles, jointly or by yourself, give details.

      If you have been involved in any type of volunteer work, do give details.

      Skills

      Ability in other languages, computing experience, or possession of a driving licence should be included.

      References

      Usually give two names – one from your place of study, and one from any work situation you have had. Or if this does not apply, then an older family friend who has known you for some time. Make sure that referees are willing to give you a reference. Give their day and evening phone numbers if possible.

      Length

      Maybe all you need to say will fit onto one sheet of A4. But do not crowd it – you will probably need two sheets. Do not normally go longer than this. Put page numbers at the bottom of the pages – a little detail that may impress.

      Style

      There are two main styles of CV, with variations within them.

      Chronological

      Information is included under general headings – education, work experience, etc., with the most recent events first.

      Skills based

      You think through the necessary skills needed for the job you are applying for. Then you list all your personal details under these skill headings. This is called ‘targeting your CV’, and is becoming more common, at least in UK.
      But it is harder to do. So take advice on whether it is OK in your country and culture, and how to do it best.

      Optional extras

      It can be good to start with a Personal Profile/Objective statement. This is a two or three sentence overview of your skills, qualities, hopes, and plans. It should encourage the employer to read the rest.

      Devil

      You could add a photo of yourself – either scanned in by computer, or stuck on. But make sure it is a good one. Get a friend (or a working photographer) to take a good portrait. The pictures that come out from automatic photo-machines usually make you look ill, like a prisoner, or a little "devil" or all of them!

      Presentation

      You may vary the style according to the type of job, and what is accepted in your country and culture. So a big company would normally expect a formal CV on white paper. But, just perhaps, a CV applying for a television production job, or graphic designer, could be less formal – coloured paper, unusual design, etc!

      Consider using a two column table to list your educational qualifications and courses taken.

      Covering letter

      When sending in a CV or job application form, you must include a covering letter. The purpose of the letter is:

      To make sure that the CV arrives on the desk of the correct person. Take the trouble to telephone, and find the name of the person who will be dealing with applications or CVs, and address your letter, and envelope, to that person by name. (In a small company, it may be the managing director. In a medium size company, it may be the head of section/department. Only in a large company will there be a Personnel or Human Resource Department.)

      To persuade the person to read your CV. So it must be relevant to the company, interesting, and well produced.

      To clearly say what job you are interested in. If you are sending in a ‘speculative’ CV hoping that they may have work for you, explain what sort of work you are interested in. Do not say, ‘I would be interested in working for Widgets Ltd’, but say ‘I believe my skills equip me to work in the product development department/accounts office/whatever’. When sending a speculative CV, you may try telephoning later to push your enquiry further.

      To say why you want that particular job with that particular employer

      To draw attention to one or two key points in the CV which you feel make you suited to that particular job with that particular employer.

      Start your letter with an underline heading giving the job title you are interested in. (If you saw the job advertised, say where you saw it.)

      Use the style and pattern of a business letter suited to your culture and country. Ask for advice about this. Try to find sample business letters so that you can follow style and layout.

      Your career office may have a sheet about this, or show you a sample. The letter should only be on one side of A4 paper. It must be polite and easy to read.

      Also mention when you are available for an interview. Ending your letter with a request for specific extra information may give a positive response.

      Application forms

      To apply for some jobs, the employer will send you an application form. You should still use a covering letter, and send your CV also unless told not to. Application forms need as much care to write as CVs. Remember the lessons earlier on this page. Here are some short guidelines:

      Plan everything you will say on a separate piece of paper. Or make a photocopy of the form, and practice completing it first.

      Only complete the real form when you are exactly sure what is the best thing to say.

      It must be very neat and clear, and in black pen so that it can be easily photocopied.

      You should ‘angle’ your answers to the company, in the same way as explained for your CV.

      Do not say in answer to any question – ‘see my CV’. They do not want to try to read both at the same time.

      Take a photocopy to keep, so that you can remember exactly what you said. If you are called to interview, take this copy with you into the interview.

      Other points

      Keep copies of all letters, applications forms, and CVs sent, and records of telephone calls and names of those you spoke to.

      The interview

      Learning how to handle an interview is also very important. Your college career office or library may have a sheet or booklet on interview technique. Take as much advice as you can. Try and ‘practice’ an interview. Ask a friend, or college teacher, to pretend to interview you.

      Be positive, and confident (if you can!) but not over-confident. Be well-informed about the company, its record and achievements, about the job and why you want it. Have questions ready to ask about the company and the job. If you are not accepted, some employers may be kind enough to look at your interview notes, and explain to you how you could improve your CV and interview technique. Ask – you can only be refused, and it shows you are prepared to develop and learn; they may make a note about you for future reference.

      There is also a good book which may help you:

      THE PERFECT CV,
      by Tom Jackson and Ellen Jackson,
      published in USA by Doubleday,
      and in UK by Judy Pratkus Ltd, ISBN: 0 7499 1693 1.
      It may be available in your country.

      CV Service

      You may like to check out this website for other helpful tips.

      The CV Centre

      The CV Centre is the UK’s leading CV consultancy.

      For further interview technique material, you may like to look at The CV Centre Interview Page and, for writing a CV,The CV Centre CV Writing Page

      May you have good success!

      Your future life

      You are probably now standing in the doorway of adult life. Choices you make now will affect your whole future.

      Here are some questions to consider:

      How can I choose the best career for my life?

      What are the best ways of making choices and decisions?

      What is the real purpose of my life, and what do I want to achieve?

      Do I have the inner resources to handle these things?
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