All translators have imposed upon themselves a similar lipogrammatic constraint to the original, avoiding the most commonly used letter of the alphabet. This precludes the use of words normally considered essential such as je "I"et "and" and le masculine "the" in French, as well as "me," "be," and "the" in English.
Writing Your Key Selection Criteria Responses By Sue Stevens Many people applying for government jobs for the first time may not be aware of the importance of selection criteria responses, or how to approach them.
These are a critical part of most government applications and essential to creating an outstanding application. Fulfilling the selection criteria to the satisfaction of the selection committee is the only way you can make it across the line to the next stage of the recruitment process — the interview.
The first thing you need to do is find out what the selection criteria are. You will find them either in the advertisement or on the government department's website along with a downloadable job application kit.
Then you need to create a new document and list all the criteria, word for word, as they appear in the job application kit.
Name the document and make sure you include your own name at the top of the page. You can use a heading such as: This will make it easy for the receiver to identify your document from all the others that have also been submitted.
Give examples When answering the selection criteria think about how you meet each selection criterion and list examples of relevant skills, experience, incidents, training and personal qualities. You need to make the link between what you can do, and have done in the past, and how it relates to the job.
Use keywords Part of the trick of responding to selection criteria is identifying and understanding the keywords in each criterion and incorporating these into your response.
These subtle differences and the way you word your response could be what sets you apart from the other applicants.
Choose the right words When writing a selection criterion response, find one excellent example from your past and demonstrate what and how you achieved a good outcome. Always give examples and avoid unsubstantiated claims.
You can use bullet points if there is a list of points you are making. Address all the parts More often than not, selection criteria will consist of several parts and are sometimes qualified as either essential must-have skills and experience or desirable good to have and improve your chances of being highly regarded.
It is tempting to write a broad response focusing on just one part of the criterion and hope this will get you through. In order to respond to this correctly it is vital that you address all three of these skills, making sure to include the keywords in your response.
STAR approach As mentioned above, the key to responding to selection criteria well is to address all parts of the criterion, to include the keywords and give specific examples.
Many well-written statements follow what is known as the STAR method of response: Situation, Task, Action, Result. The following example response is broken up into the STAR components, with each section labelled.
Ability to apply academic knowledge and concepts to practical situations Situation I have been involved with a local Community Justice Group for the last 12 months.Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test # > Other French exercises on the same topic: Business [ Change theme ] > Double-click on words you don't understand.
Introduction. The early modern period was a great golden age of letters and letter writing in many parts of the Atlantic world.
The 18th century in particular saw a flourishing of the epistolary genre across numerous settings. French Letter Writing.
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Emploi, Organisation. CVs/Résumés and covering/cover letters in proper French Emploi, Organisation. In a letter in French, provides a few terms that may be useful for writing a covering/cover letter or e-mail in French. NB. French Applications Guide Cover Letter (“ Lettrede motivation”) Advice •A cover letter, or lettrede motivation, should be short and focus on the position for which the jobseeker is applying for and be no more than one page in length.
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