Book 1, Part One : Chapter 1, Introductory Materials, Preparations & Discovery
1. What does Standing state is the strength of this book?
(a) Explanation of the Montessori principles.
(c) Discussion of traditional education.
(d) Discussion of Maria's life.
2. Where can the reader find additional details about the Montessori method?
(a) The library.
(b) Montessori enducational system organizations.
(c) At a local teaching university.
(d) The author's other books.
3. What was Montessori fortunate to have had?
(a) Educational opportunities.
(b) Rich parents.
(c) A job as a teacher.
(d) A lot of friends.
4. Where did Montessori and her parents move so she could go to a better school?
(d) New York.
5. What profession did Montessori eventually decide to pursue?
(b) International Relations.
6. Why was Montessori's choice in professions different?
(a) She knew nothing about the profession.
(b) Her parents disapproved.
(c) She was not smart enough for the profession.
(d) There was no female precedent.
7. Where did Montessori find work after completing her schooling?
(a) Insane asylum.
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