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For either TOK essay or presentation there's a sites that gives you a topic for the presentation, and a site which gives a full map for the Tok essay that includes claim, counter-claim, etc. The question is using these things in your work does it count as plagiarism even if it was created for you to use it?

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It kind of is plagiarism. I mean, if you attribute the ideas, then it's technically not. But, if you submit it "as is" and being honest that you didn't really write the essay, well, then you didn't write the essay, the ideas aren't yours, and you shouldn't receive any points for the essay. Right?

Use those kind of websites as inspiration or guidance. Come up with your our examples and arguments. Good luck!

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