25 May 2009

On a new approach to defining a threshold concept

A threshold concept is that piece of information in the plot of a film, which crops up just as the over-priced bucket of fizzy drink takes its toll and compels a temporary absence, such that without the information the plot makes no sense.

Either that, or the plot of "Star Trek" made no sense either way.

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