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TOK areas of knowledge lessons

TOK areas of knowledge lessons

The AOKs are the ways we categorize ideas and concepts in order to understand and take ownership of them. Our relationship with them as knowers depends on our personal and societal perspectives, explored in the core and optional themes.

The lesson presentations explore the scope of each AOK, how different perspectives shape the way we understand them, the method and tools used within each one, and the relationship that exists between the themes and the construction of our values.

Lessons covering the areas of knowledge

The arts lessons

Follow this link to access our lesson presentations introducing the arts. Students will encounter key ideas and thinkers associated with this aspect of TOK, engaging learning activities, and events and issues enabling them to explore this area of knowledge in a real-world context.

History lessons

Follow this link to access our lesson presentations introducing history. Students will encounter key ideas and thinkers associated with this aspect of TOK, engaging learning activities, and events and issues enabling them to explore this area of knowledge in a real-world context.

Human sciences lessons

Follow this link to access our lesson presentations introducing the human sciences. Students will encounter key ideas and thinkers associated with this aspect of TOK, engaging learning activities, and events and issues enabling them to explore this area of knowledge in a real-world context.

Mathematics lessons

Follow this link to access our lesson presentations introducing mathematics. Students will encounter key ideas and thinkers associated with this aspect of TOK, engaging learning activities, and events and issues enabling them to explore this area of knowledge in a real-world context.

Natural sciences lessons

Follow this link to access our lesson presentations introducing the natural sciences. Students will encounter key ideas and thinkers associated with this aspect of TOK, engaging learning activities, and events and issues enabling them to explore this area of knowledge in a real-world context.