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TOK Presentation Evaluation

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Introduction

TOK Presentation Evaluation In what ways did the topic address problems of knowledge, such as reaching truth or gaining evidence? Our presentation discussed what truths people find after death. Presenting the varying philosophies on after-life, we found it hard to find evidence of which one is 'truth' - no one alive recently has come back from the dead to tell us what occurs. ...read more.

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Do we weigh scientific knowledge as strongly as spiritual/emotional knowledge? What methods were used to present the topic and why were these methods selected? We first had the class write on the board what word first came to mind when they heard 'death'. This made the class start thinking about death, and lead into the afterlife. We then presented many faiths views on after-life, and compared and contrasted them. ...read more.

Conclusion

What were the strong/weak points of the presentation? If you were to do it again for a different audience, what would you do differently? Strong - We engaged the class in discussion of the topic and held their attention. Weak - More varying views on afterlife could have been found. All our views fell into one of three categories; reincarnation, heaven or void. I would try to find more point of views, and I would have found additional engaging questions. ...read more.

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