IN TOK KNOWLEDGE ISSUES ARE NOW CALLED KNOWLEDGE QUESTIONS

If anybody cares to follow the links back you’ll find this introduction to Knowledge Issues (KIs) originates withLarry Ferlazzo’s blog. I found the questions and links via Alex Bogel’s great TOK webpage. Thanks to all of those colleagues involved in putting together these resources.

Please read and respond to the following. Review these links below on knowledge questions(there is a variety so feel free to browse). Please takes notes and Consider the following as you try and figure out all about knowledge questions:


1) What is a knowledge question?
2) What are key ideas to remember when you are trying to write one?
3) Which resource was the best in helping you understand knowledge
questions, and why?


What is a knowledge question?
How do I formulate my own Knowledge questions for a presentation?
How do I evaluate/ analyse knowledge questions?

Task: Write one or two knowledge questions using one of the videos/readings below below. Download and use the Journal Document below:

1. Why Not Eat Octopus?

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Why Not Eat Octopus?


3. Arabic to become compulsory in Israeli schools 4.

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5. First modern Britons had 'dark to black' skin, Cheddar Man DNA analysis reveals

6. The Surprising, Nomadic History of Love Songs




Extra Resources if you like