Sample TOK Essays with Comments and Scores.
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We make sense of the world through eight ways of knowing: language, reason, sense perception, memory, faith, intuition, imagination and emotion. On this page, you will find articles, clips, PowerPoints and links to TED talks on memory as a WOK.
Ways of Knowing I choose to talk on this essay about how they have an Impact on my process of acquiring knowledge are: 1) Emotion 2) Memory 3) Reason I will start with emotion.I believe emotion has a great role on all individuals’ process of acquiring knowledge.That’s because emotion Is Interfering in our choices at all moments.
For our perception and emotion influences the other ways of knowing (WOK) immensely such as reason and language. Perception is how we perceive our surroundings, and the world. It’s often defined in 5 stages: The sensing process, integration, analysis, reaction and decision-making.
These 'areas of knowledge' are fields of study in which we try to gain knowledge through the ways of knowing. The areas of knowledge roughly correspond with the groups of study within the IB programme, even though there are some additional realms of knowledge such as ethics, religion and indigenous knowledge which are relevant to TOK.
IB ToK Essay Titles and Topics: May 2015 Here are links to the full titles of the six May 2015 IB ToK Essay topics. I briefly mention some points to consider for each title; however, the personalised service I offer is tailored to each student.
So these three Ways of Knowing come together to affect and manipulate our Sense Perception. After weighing out all the advantages and disadvantages of Sense Perception I can definitely say that even though it has its limitations, it is a very vital part of us and without it we would be handicapped.