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TOK presentation - Language watch

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    i have an idea for a TOK presentation and i'll be analyzing an article and a video

    one of the areas i will be analyzing is Language

    do i analyze this from an English point of view?
    - Such as, the use of the world 'x' creates 'x'

    or do i analyze it form a TOK point of view

    How do i analyze it from a TOK point of view (with TOK terminology)
    - for example, language being ambiguous doesn't apply here for me in this case

    Language itself is an area of knowledge in TOK so you definitely should give examples in English. Analyzing from the TOK point of view means you'll be looking at the different perspectives of the situation, analyzing the knowledge issue, and exploring the ways of knowing in your particular case.

    The most important thing in the TOK presentation is the knowledge issues as these are assessed in both criteria A and B. What are your knowledge issues?

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