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Understanding TOK

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Chris White

on 6 February 2012

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Transcript of Understanding TOK

the TOK Conceptual Framework Concepts
in the Linking Questions Ways of Knowing •Areas of Knowledge Thinking
TOK brings these
all together Our filters our subjects is important Many Way of Knowng THE CLASSIC FOUR
o Language, Sense Perception, Reason & Emotion

BUT these should also include, amongst others, Authority, Revelation, Intuition, Introspection, Testimony, Tradition, Faith, Culture, Consensus, and Custom
(as well as others that can be debated as part of this subject’s inquiry into knowledge). The classic Areas of Knowledge

o Maths, Natural Science, Human Science, History, Ethics, Art
These should also include, amongst others, Politics and Religion Areas of Knowledge Linking Concepts o Belief, certainty, culture, evidence, experience, explanation, interpretation, intuition, justification, truth, and values. The TOK Thinking and Learning Skills work within the TOK Analytical Framework.

These skills draw upon the TOK Concepts and Conceptual Framework. TOK Inquiry Framework an understanding of these, you can successfully undertake analysis into knowledge the purpose of TOK and demonstrate your understanding clearly in the assessments. Thinking TOK
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