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How to formulate a good Knowledge Question?

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Barbara Ostrowska

on 5 November 2013

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Transcript of How to formulate a good Knowledge Question?

How to formulate a good Knowledge Question?
Step 1
Good questions start with:
To what extent...?
How far...?
How...?
What role does...?
Under what circumstances...?
How can we know...?

Why use TOK terms?
TOK terms are useful because they steer the investigation into clear knowledge areas. By unpacking those you acquire a deeper understanding.
Assessment
Knowledge Questions are at the heart of assessment in TOK but the essay and presentation take different approaches
Step 2
After the question starters use a combination of one or more TOK concepts. You can also add a reference to Ways of knowing and/or areas of knowledge
Examples
What role does
reason
and
emotions
play in the
justification
of scientific claims?

To what extent can
imagination
be considered a
valid
source of
knowledge
?

How far does
art
influence
beliefs
of individuals and groups?

Note!

The aim is NOT to use all the elements but to select a combination of those relevant to our Real Life Situation!

To sum up
How much

evidence
do
scientists
need before they
accept theory
as true?
good starter for an open-ended question
TOK term that refers to a TOK concept of certainty
reference to an AoK - natural or human sciences
central TOK concept of certainty
KQ
RLS
essay focus
presentation focus
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