There are some things you can not fake. Or have the skills or do not have. Writing an Essay Theory of Knowledge (TOK essay or TOC) is one of these cases. To make a good essay TOC must have paid close attention during your course of OCD, participated actively discussing TOC and learned the basics of writing an essay. But that does not mean that there are some useful tips to make sure a positive outcome. Writing a good essay is part of TOC required courses for a diploma International Baccalaureate (IB). Learn how to write well one can be a critical issue for students in IB.

Instructions

How to write a good essay TOC, the first draft
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Check Forms of Knowledge. A TOC essay revolves around the question of what people know, how they know how to prove what the parties know and experience, study, analysis and feeling play in human knowledge systems. Before you do anything, check your understanding of this material, as it will be the basis on which all your essay will be judged.
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Please review the evaluation criteria. Many students see the criteria as a barrier to be overcome. However, the most intelligent are the evaluation criteria as a clear map that leads them to the form, substance and style testing is expected. Your school should provide a clear statement of assessment criteria. Request a copy, take it home and study it. Discuss it with your parents, teachers and peers to make sure you understand what it really says this guide.
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Take time to plan. Begin planning your essay a week before the delivery date may work for some students, but most will do better if they select a topic and begin their plan several weeks in advance. That leaves time for schemes, discuss with others, and explore alternative lines of reasoning.
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Choose a topic with clear boundaries, a focus on knowledge in the title, and a question that all the time to keep in mind. A TOC test allows you to only use 1,600 words to do a reasonable job in examining the different approaches to the topic under discussion. The more ambiguous, broad and slightly detailed the test will work harder to make a good essay.
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Once you’ve chosen your topic, create an outline. There are many choices of structure, but uses Forms of Knowledge as a checklist to make sure you’re covering the topic completely. That and the evaluation criteria can help you focus your schema.
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Your goal is to work with a basic essay structure, rather than against it. A good essay will first introduce the topic and define key concepts. Then state the basic approaches to evaluate the subject. It will present a brief overview to examine these approaches. The divisions of pros and cons should be easy to follow approaches and keeping close to each other structurally opposing perspectives: an approach should get a paragraph immediately followed the opposite approach, saving time and presenting a clear conflict in the relationship. After reviewing the basic perspectives, you should summarize the whole in relation to the original research question, present the conclusions you want and end up with a review of what the test covered. It’s a lot to cover, so I realize that using the structure also means keeping clean and clear each section. Remember, 1,600 words is very little room to cover some very broad issues.
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Use the schema. Stay close to your structure or ramblings on secondary issues. Use the outline to give more shape and structure to your essay.

Second Draft, the Forgotten Tool
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Take a minimum of one day to separate you from your first draft. Then take time to reread what you’ve written. The first time I reread, consider the meaning and rhythm. Corrects places you’ve excluded details, failed to clarify what a paragraph and cover basics like clear writing. A second draft is one of the most powerful ways you have to improve your work.
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Find logical gaps and poor connections within the trial. If a paragraph covers the following perspective and covers another, is clear the change? The reason for the comparison or contrast is clear? Your essay should not only be easy to read, but should also provide a stream of clear reasoning.
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Ask someone whose reading and understanding trust to read the essay and discuss it with you. Never forget that what makes sense for you can not have it when presented to another mind. The perspective presented by someone outside can provide useful insights to a dozen your own reviews.
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Finish your review. The latest revision should be done, once again, using the theme, evaluation criteria, and Forms of Knowledge as your guides. Each paragraph should deal with the subject material and never away from it. Each paragraph should try at least one form of knowledge, or be an introductory paragraph or summary. Each paragraph should clearly flow from the above. The comprehensive test should have covered the basics of your subject for examination. If you’ve done each of these things, and have done since the position of having participated actively in a Theory of Knowledge class, you have made a clear, clean and focused TOC assay. It may not be the best you write: in fact, if you’re lucky then write many essays, learning more each time. But this time you’ve completed a project that can be proud of and which you rely to support your academic goals.
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Make sure you deliver the copy is well printed or written on clean paper without spelling or grammar. Use a type of formal letter as Courier or Times New Roma a minimum font size of 12 points. Check your formatting choices. If requested you to use a particular style of format, a style manual check to make sure that you agree with him. Includes all necessary information; name, class, teacher, date. These may seem like trivial issues after all the work you’ve done, but if you do not watch the later stages can hurt you-as a tuxedo or use a beautiful dress for a party only to forget to take a bath and use a deodorant. The fine touches matter.