TOK exhibition Sample 3

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This is our THIRD TOK exhibition sample: the written commentary itself as well as a video that gives a step-by-step explanation of the full creation process. TOK exhibition Sample 3 uses the following approach: Start with a particular topic or concept Find an interesting object related to this topic or concept Find a suitable prompt Find the other two objects …

TOK exhibition Sample 2

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This is our SECOND TOK exhibition sample: the written commentary itself as well as a video that gives a step-by-step explanation of the full creation process. TOK exhibition Sample 2 uses the bottom-up approach: Find the first object (possible linked to a theme) Find a suitable prompt Find the second object to add something new to the idea of the …

TOK exhibition Sample 1

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In this post you will find the first one of our TOK exhibition samples: the written commentary itself as well as a video that gives a step-by-step explanation of the full creation process. TOK exhibition Sample 1 uses the following approach: Choose the IA prompt Think about one aspect in relation to it Find an object supporting it Link the …

Themes as a trap: does the TOK exhibition have to be based on one of the themes?

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This is the fifth in a series of blog posts entitled “Traps and loopholes in the new TOK syllabus”. You can access the full list of blog posts in the series here. As you know, in the new TOK syllabus the old presentation was replaced by the TOK exhibition for the Internal Assessment (IA). Students need to display three real-world …