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TOK Presentation

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Imaan Tamimi

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Real Life Situation I was telling my Aunt about my membership Recently, I joined the School
Football Team she gasped in shock I am “more of a thinker” is Now this really got me thinking... form Judgements everyday It our way of making sense of the world around us To what extent can perception and logic provide accurate Judgement To what extent can
evidence influence
knowledge bias Done by: Imaan Tamimi Bibliography
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"Olympic Games: Mia Hamm." Olympic Games: Mia Hamm. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Jan. 2013. <http://olympicfreeonline.blogspot.com/2012/08/mia-hamm.html>. To what extent can stereotypes and prejudices be eradicated? Interview Imaan is more
of a thinker Imaan is not a person
who plays football Thinkers don't play football Deduction Imaan is 'petite' Imaan cannot be a football player Football players are not 'petite' Deduction Petite Thinker and Intellectual American Institute of Learning
and Development "We [the researchers] have learned from cognitive science what the critical basic thinking skills are that allow athletes to perform at their best when they are under intense pressure."
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