. “… our knowledge is only a collection of scraps and fragments that we put together into a pleasing design, and often the discovery of one new fragment would cause us to alter utterly the whole design” (Morris Bishop). To what extent is this true in history and one other area of knowledge?
As we continue to explore sense perception, do not forget the implications. Thus far we have looked at sense perception with respect to the following: 1. Culture (expert/jigsaw readings) 2. Seminar: Poem: "It is not enough..." 3. Eyewitness Testimony with Cotton Case 4. Research & Presentation Groups (KQ around SP and an AOK) Presentations 4/27/16
Homework Assignments: Due by Monday~4/18/16~7am Response to Photomontage Comments ~Your response should take on the language of sense perception ~Comment on 2 classmates Montages as well Plato's Allegory of the Cave ~Guiding Questions will be available for support as you read ~Commentary on it using the blog rubric as a guide for what to include Discuss~Connect~Synthesize~Analyze what the Cave Allegory has to do to with... Sense Perception Chapter TOK Assignment Personal Experience Another IB Class Homework Assignment: Due by Friday~4/22/16~7am 11:59 pm Introductory Paragraph for Scaffold Essay: TOK Prescribed Title