Introducing APEL

Introducing APEL

by Maggie Challis


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ISBN-13: 9780415092449
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/05/1993
Series: Further Education: The Assessment and Accreditation of Prior Learning Series
Pages: 172
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)
Lexile: 1490L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Contents Section 1.The Accreditaion of Prior Experimential Learning - A Historical Context Section 2.How Does APEL Work? Section 3.How can we make APEL happen? Section 4.Conclusion Appendix 1.Creation and Structure of National Vocational Qualifications Appendix 2.Open College Networks Appendix 3.National Standards for Assessment and Verification

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
&nbsp &nbsp T'was two days before Halloween. The night was dark and eery. Silence echoed through the halls, creating a vast sea of stillness throughout the house. In our bed, my sister and I were unable to fall asleep. Far off, the church bells chimed twelve times. Midnight. <p> &nbsp &nbsp Suddenly, the garden door creaked, and me and my sister stared at eachother. Footsteps so light yet so thunderous sounded on the dewy stone path. In the darkness of the shadows, a shape loomed over the house, casting a creepy aura. It started to rain. First came thunder, with it's loud voice echoing through the stillness of the house. Then lightning flashed. We saw the figure. It was black. Then, I saw no more as it rushed through the window, eyes turning red. <br> "After Midnight...all was still." <br> I heard him rasp. <br> "So will be you." <br> The voice was very cold, yet was very familiar. It sent chills going down my spine. The creature turned and vanished into a dark, small corner full of dusty books and cobwebs. <br> "I recognize the voice." I told my sister. <br> There was no reply. Only the stillness echoing, only the darkness surrounding seemed to have heard. "Hello?" I said again. The only reply was rain pattering on the roof. I lifted the blankets. Where my sister had been now there was only her clothes and some blood. <p> &nbsp &nbsp A transparent white figure appeared. She looked like my sister. <br> "Beware of the Midnight." The figure moaned. <br> "Wha-" I started to say, but the figure faded away. <br> Just then, I felt a cold and crooked finger touch my shoulder. <br> "Welcome to join us after midnight." <br> <br> <br> {OK!! I hope that was scary and makes sense. I am not good at horror, whatsoever. I just wish to write one. Be really suprised if it wins!! Did you like it?} <p> ~Haunted &#8251 Spirit
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hey it is riley i just wanted to say thank you for hooking me up with james on that blind date thing it was great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walked in.