Welcome to Lucian's Pedagogy.

This site contains information to help you understand the marking process in humanities, creative arts and science essays.

Please read the Table of Contents (Welcome!) . To earn A, (in an assignment, to have a healthy baby or use 50 As to earn a job) please visit the Anarchy Quiz.

Saturday, May 18, 2013

The Queen, Pedagogy and Robotics

The Queen may think that Pedagogy (earning A using scientific/“mystic” algorithms) and Meditation (analysing information to the same degree as the human mind and being filled with God’s knowledge/love) is possible for robots by working on 10 breasonings (an A in itself) per breasoning in the original A for Pedagogy and analysing information while walking, communicating or experimenting e.g. dotting a lecturer on to have help with a question or analysing a computer program or building your own computer as a way of understanding hardware for Meditation, where As (A grade assignments proving one’s mettle are composed of breasonings) are the functional syncytium in meditation.
This came from EQUEN (philosophical anagram) “equals enough” – The Queen would like enough X, where X is enough breasonings in Pedagogy and X is enough As in Meditation.
P.S. This means school robots could act as “calculator” brains, where implants could allow faster synthesis of A-grade information, speeding evolution and provide the outputs of meditation, e.g. steps needed to reach your goal, and building your own robot like becoming immortal, even with space travel involved. How can spiritual elements that make one famous (a “green” thing that make a dead famous academic appear clearly) be simulated? Perhaps teaching Gods how to program computers, e.g. Turing Machines is how to form these things, called technologies.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


A including three synthesis As (4n + 1 breasonings, where n = breasonings from essay = 28 and there are three breasdostonings following the first breasoning (1 + 3 = 4), which repeats (= 4n), then finishes with the last breasoning from the essay = 4n + 1), for a total of 110 breasonings per essay. Often University essay omit the first three breasdostonings between the quote and comment, both paraphrased from the essay, and replace the second three breasdostonings with a simple transition between successive comments.

Breasdostoning - three breasonings, or steps that connect two breasonings in a "story".

Breasonings - a sentence with an object named and dimensions measured, seehttp://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2008/02/breasoning.html

Paragraph structure - A well-written paragraph has a topic sentence before the structure of quotes, comments and connections mentioned here, followed by a conclusion sentence.http://lucianspedagogy.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/paragraph-structure-paraphrase-quotes.html

--- Answers in lectures. When earned, there are characters eating my bon fruits.

Saturday, May 4, 2013

1 or 69 As in a publishable PhD article

NB: Read Danger from not doing full As yourself before this post.

A publishable PhD article needs 69 As (including 2n +49 = 2*10 + 49 As, where n = 10 "ideas" in the essay, and 2n + 49 includes n ideas, n - 1 "idea connections" and 50 duplicates of a "big synthesis" collection of 100 of these breasonings) to ensure it can be published, alternatively 1 A, if you can find a means of "duplicating" the A 50 times necessary to reach "product" standard without doing it yourself, by asking Heads of State to do it for you, employing others to do it for you, or praying.
Note: the student as employee should write the first 10 breasonings per A, and the student as manager should write the last 90 of every 10 As, expecting the rest to be completed "pro-rata". If you wouldn't like to do any work at all, you can pray for a "specific A" on your topic.
Note: the figure n = 10 used in the above example was drawn from a scene called "Pedagogy X" in my play, in which 10 algorithms, each of which have a "specific A" of from 10-100 breasonings, connected by 9 "connective As", where "A", an A grade essay that shows the idea connects with ideas with the same number of As, is an examination of the topic specifically described.
To avoid doing more than one A to deserve A for an article, prevent "big ideas" using the argument you shouldn't do unnecessary work:
PhD articles should be "cutting edge", which can be achieved by developing on current cutting edge research chosen from articles in your field, e.g. "Philosophy of Language" for the topic "How many levels away do synonyms change meaning?" in "Computational English":

Learn how to write a "breasoning", the functional unit of an A, which is an object in a sentence, described by it's x, y and z dimensions, visualised by thinking of how it is removed from a blue cloth removed fom a test tube, symbolising how it is involved in an algorithm, or step-by-step action: