However, many of these same people would say that they don't have a strong understanding of either of these two fields.
Both of these fields rely on rigorous methodologies." -Define one or two of the key terms in the title.
We meet individually with each Senior three times to review progress on their essay.
Before those meetings, however, we meet with them as a group to review the prompts and assist them with some prompt analysis (students can also count that meeting as one of their three required ones).
Last year, IB decided to ban people from publishing their annual six prompts online, so I can’t share them here.
As regular readers know, IB Diploma candidates take TOK during their junior year at our school (though we have many seniors who aren’t Diploma candidates take it, too).
Or you can use WOKs: (again here are my notes: Emotion, Faith, Sense perception, Reason, Imagination, Intuition, Language, Memory). I normally recommend exploring just 2 Ao K's in the main body of your essay and then include a few insights into WOKs around the edges (more on this in a bit).
The essay contains two body sections (or "developments").
I’m adding this post to “BEST” LISTS OF THE WEEK: THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE TEACHING RESOURCES.
(I have a full a lot of helpful advice, tutorials, evidence videos in my online To K course, which you're welcome to join if you like.) And I've also created a lot of resources (videos, notes, etc) to help with with the TOK presentation, here.