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  • Tok prescribed title # 9

    1. 1. TOK Prescribed Title # 9As an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    2. 2. Identify
Key
Words
and
PhrasesAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    3. 3. Identify
Key
Words
and
PhrasesAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    4. 4. Contestable
ConceptsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    5. 5. Contestable
ConceptsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    6. 6. Contestable
Concepts As an IB student, how has your learning of literature and science contributed to your understanding of individuals and societies?Just because the title is personalized doesn’t mean that you can be sloppy with these definitions
    7. 7. Contestable
ConceptsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    8. 8. Contestable
Concepts As an IB student, how has your learning of literature and science contributed to your understanding of individuals and societies?Be sure to define for yourself, subject areas. Look at the IB descriptions.
    9. 9. Contestable
ConceptsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    10. 10. Contestable
ConceptsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?This term can also be tricky
    11. 11. Contestable
ConceptsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?This term can also be tricky contributed to what extent?
    12. 12. Contestable
Concepts As an IB student, how has your learning of literature and science contributed to your understanding of individuals and societies? This term can also be tricky contributed in what manner?Perhaps begin by thinking about WOKs
    13. 13. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    14. 14. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    15. 15. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? •Places title firmly in the realm of personal experience. •Be careful as you must comment on your learning experience as an IB student in particular
    16. 16. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    17. 17. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? •You are an IB student, so Literature is your group 1 class, Science is your group 4 class and Individuals and Societies must be your group 3 •Since you are relating all of this to your group three, “science” cannot be the human sciences. Or can it?
    18. 18. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? Does the title assume a synthesis of literature and science? Can they be compared? Contrasted? Synthesized?
    19. 19. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    20. 20. AssumptionsAs an IB student, how has Your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies.
    21. 21. The
Claim
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ExaminedAs an IB student, how has Your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies.
    22. 22. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    23. 23. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    24. 24. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    25. 25. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? •does not give a sense of extent •does not give a sense of in what manner
    26. 26. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    27. 27. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? •Understanding is complex •very different from knowledge •can be seen as levels or degrees
    28. 28. Ambiguous WordsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?Believe it or not, what you know is less debatable than what you understand
    29. 29. Action TermsAs an IB student, how has your learning ofliterature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies?
    30. 30. Action TermsAs an IB student, how has your learning of .....literature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? .....
    31. 31. Action TermsAs an IB student, how has your learning of .....literature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? .....• you are being asked to Explain: Give a detailed account includingreasons or causes.•one could also Compare and contrast the AOK...as you have group 1and 4 to deal with.
    32. 32. Action TermsAs an IB student, how has your learning of .....literature and science contributed to yourunderstanding of individuals and societies? .....• you are being asked to Explain: Give a detailed account includingreasons or causes.•one could also Compare and contrast the AOK...as you have group 1and 4 to deal with.•any other command terms that you might commandeer here?
    33. 33. As with all the titles, whatever you argue, thereneed to be counter-arguments examined andevaluated.
    34. 34. As with all the titles, whatever you argue, thereneed to be counter-arguments examined andevaluated.These claims and counter claims will come outof the knowledge issues that arise in youressay.
    35. 35. Possible Knowledge Issues1. Can emotion help us learn more about individuals and society than reason.2. Can literature contribute more about our knowledge of individuals and society than Science?3. Can scientific knowledge add to our creative interpretation of knowledge about individuals and society?4. How do we know if knowledge from literature and science provides a balanced view of individuals and society?5. Can a knower gain an understanding of individuals and society by only studying literature and science?6. To what extent does the logic of science keeps the creative enterprise of literature grounded in reality.

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