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A quick guide to T.O.K

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Eric Hennion

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of A quick guide to T.O.K

(A quick Guide for IB Diploma students)
What is T.O.K ?
How to create links with T.O.K?

How the students are evaluated?
Areas of knowledge (A.O.K)
Ways of knowing (W.O.K)
How does the course fit with the ib diploma core?
What is the philosophy of the course?
what do we call knowledge ?
Oral presentation

Essay
How to create a framework?
Examples
Language and literature
Arts
Mathematics
Experimental sciences
Questions
History
Scope/Applications
Concepts/Language
Methodology
Historical development
Links to personal knowledge
Framework
What is the content of the course?
Subject outline
Interventions
Mathematics
Natural sciences
Human science
History
The arts
Ethics
Religious knowledge systems
Indigenous knowledge systems
Language
Sense perception
Emotion
Reason
Imagination
Faith
Intuition
Memory
What's a mathematical proof?
Is the nature written in a mathematical language?
How can we define the elegancy of a mathematical demonstration?
What's a scientific experimentation?
Are mistakes fructful in the scientific discovery?
What makes scientific revolutions possible?
What's a reliable source in history?
Does objectivity exist in History?
Is there something such like progress in history?
Can we talk about beauty with objectivity?
Does the arts influence the society?
Are there limits to our imagination?
How do we recognize a literary text?
Are texts always translatable?
How reading implies interpretation?
Personal knowledge
Shared knowledge
Debates
Analysis
Improve critical thinking
Make links between IB subjects
Enhance open mindedness
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