Title chosen (word for word)
There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.
Key terms in title. Identify each and briefly define / paraphrase / explain:
Key terms: definition of a neutral question. Example: neutral would be without emotion, opinion.
Claim in the form of a Thesis Statement: I personally think that we all have the right to be biased with our questions and answers.
Ways of Knowing. Comment on how any may be relevant to your title:
Reason, because we have to think if a neutral question can be biased or not.
Areas of Knowledge. What AOKs are most relevant to this title? How do these AOKs contrast and/or intersect?
Human science: neutral question: a very objective question, not biased.
Art: Non-critical question, not supportive.
Knowledge Questions: To what extent does reason help us visualize a neutral question?
Arguments in support of claim: When we say something, people might think it is wrong because they think differently. A neutral question is biased; therefore I believe that we should all be biased.
Examples / Support: bias is a tendency; Bias is when a statement reflects a partiality, preference, or prejudice for or against a person, object, or idea.
Personal: my real life situation leads to this because, sometimes I don’t agree with what people say and they are going to start arguing with me because of the way they think. Once I was in my Spanish class and we were discussing about a book that we were reading, because I have my own personal believes I said my opining and it was very differently that the other. In order to say this in a good I had to use reason and think very well.
Article/ research (from TOK class): “Is There Such a Thing as Scientific Objectivity?”
Counter-claim(s) to one or more of your arguments:
Since the claim is: There is no such thing as a neutral question. The counter claim would be that all and every questions would be biased.
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