Month: February 2020

Why Should Alumni Use a Career Coach?

Are you a DU alum looking for a new job? Thinking about changing careers? Looking for that perfect pre-retirement gig? Then perhaps a career coach is the right option for you. You wouldn’t ask the local dry cleaner to fix your car. Don’t rely on acquaintances and well-intentioned friends to […]

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B.Ed. I semester – General English – Functions of language

Do visit the following site for a video lesson https://study.com/academy/lesson/the-uses-of-language.html Informative, expressive, and directive forms of communication are the primary uses of language. Language Background Written and spoken language is used for many different reasons. The primary uses of language are informative, expressive, and directive in nature. Language is used to reason, […]

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How to Prepare for a Hybrid Job with Hybrid Skills

Job markets don’t like to stand still for too long. They can’t because they’re subject to the same drivers of change that affect every single industry. Disruptive technologies like Big Data, the Internet of Things, and biotech are pushing the world in a completely new direction, and the industries and […]

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3 Ways to Improve and Expand Your Network

Networking can lead to new opportunities for you and your career, help you branch out to new people and industries and more. However, if networking doesn’t come naturally to you, it can be challenging to figure out how, when and where to improve and expand your network. The following tips […]

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Diplomat in Residence- Stewart Devine

Stewart Devine is the United States Department of State Diplomat-In-Residence for the Rocky Mountains region. His office is based in the Josef Korbel School of International Studies here at the University of Denver. He is available as a resource, not only to all DU students and Denver community members, but […]

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B.Ed. I Sem – Special English – NPE 1986

National Policy on Education (1986) Development of languages:Regional Languages: The energetic development of Indian Languages and literature is a sine qua non for educational and cultural development. Unless this is done, the creative energies of the people will not be released, standards of education will not improve, knowledge will not […]

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Darby Pappas and the Nerdy Side of Marketing

Darby Pappas, a junior at the University of Denver (DU), has never been afraid to go after what she wants and getting a marketing internship for the summer was no different. As one of the nine 2016 recipients of the Career Services Summer Internship Award, Darby had the opportunity to work […]

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Broaden Your Network with Pioneer Connect

You’ve likely heard how important it is to network. Professors, family, career advisers—everyone insists that a strong network is just as important to achieving your professional goals as a resume or cover letter. That’s all well and good—but how do you build up such a network? LinkedIn is a good […]

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I sem – Special English – Language Families

What is a language family?Most languages belong to language families. A language family is a group of related languages that developed from a common historic ancestor, referred to as protolanguage (proto– means ‘early’ in Greek). The ancestral language is usually not known directly, but it is possible to discover many of […]

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When it’s time to ask for a raise

Asking for a raise certainly falls into the category of things outside the comfort zone: it may be weird, difficult, and intimidating. Addressing a boss for a salary inquiry has always been one of the things that employees fear because, simply saying, some bosses may face it with a negative […]

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DU Career Services New Instagram!

If you’re looking for a favorite new Instagram account to follow, well, look no further than the new DU Career Services official Instagram page @DUCareerServices. The page will provide you with all Career Center updates from reminders of when the next career fair is happening to learning resume tips recommended […]

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How to Bounce Back After a Career Setback

It’s frustrating when friends and family members use clichés after you suffer a career setback. You don’t want to hear that another door will open when one closes when you are panicking about losing a job or failing to get a promotion. As time passes and you gain some clarity, […]

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I Sem – Special English – Linguistics

Linguistics is the scientific study of language. By this we mean language in general, not a particular language. If we were concerned with studying an individual language, we would say ‘I’m studying French… or English,’ or whichever language we happen to be studying. But linguistics does not study an individual […]

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