What is a KQ in Tok?
In the presentation, students need to state ONE knowledge question (KQ). KQ is a question about the construction of knowledge or the nature of knowledge. ‘ are not second-order questions because they focus on ethics, not on knowledge. (Theory of knowledge Subject report, May 2016).
How do I write a KQ?
Good starters for a TOK Knowledge Question (KQ): “to what extent…”, “how…”, “how far…”, “how does…”, “what…”, “what is it about…”, “what role does…”, “in what sense…”, “under what circumstances…”, “is it possible…”, “why…”, “if…” etc.
What are examples of knowledge issues?
- Open ended questions.
- explicitly about knowledge itself and not subject specific claims.
- allow students to discuss how or to what degree they “know” something.
- focus on strengths or limitations of knowledge.
- do not refer to a specific topic / example.
What are the 4 parts of the knowledge framework?
One of these changes was the introduction of a new compulsory Knowledge Framework and its four elements: Scope, Perspective, Methods and Tools, and Ethics….Read on for an overview of each element of the Knowledge Framework and download the accompanying lesson plan.
- Methods and tools.
What is second-order knowledge?
Knowledge involves belief. Belief is a propositional attitude, i.e. an attitude that a subject holds towards a proposition. An example of second-order knowledge is the following: (1) Duncan knows that he knows that 4 + 5 = 9. as the proposition within the scope of “knows” involves a further knowledge attribution.
What is Tok in Ibdp?
Theory of knowledge (TOK) plays a special role in the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP), by providing an opportunity for students to reflect on the nature of knowledge, and on how we know what we claim to know. It is one of the components of the DP core and is mandatory for all students.
What are Tok knowledge questions?
Knowledge questions are questions about the nature of knowledge and what it means “to know”. Knowledge question urge you to focus on TOK ideas rather than things you would normally discuss in subject lessons. They draw on TOK concepts such as “evidence”, “certainty”, “values” and “interpretation.”
What features of knowledge have an impact on its reality?
Throughout your exploration of the core theme, you will explore knowledge questions on the four elements of the TOK course: scope, perspectives, methods and tools and ethics. The whole course will be interspersed with such questions about knowledge.
What are the areas of knowledge Tok?
Areas of knowledge TOK distinguishes between eight areas of knowl- edge: mathematics, the natural sciences, the human sciences, the arts, history, ethics, religious knowledge systems, and indigenous knowl- edge systems.
What is a framework of knowledge?
A framework of knowledge includes historical events, people, and developments on a broad temporal and spatial scale, but students are not told what to think about those events.
What are the various types of knowledge?
There are three core types of knowledge: explicit (documented information), implicit (applied information), and tacit (understood information). These different types of knowledge work together to form the spectrum of how we pass information to each other, learn, and grow.
What is a 2nd order question?
A second order question is a question about a question. So, moral questions are things like “is abortion moral,” “is it moral to eat animals,” etc. Second order moral questions are “what makes something moral or immoral,” “what does ‘moral’ mean,” “can something be moral and immoral at the same time,” etc.