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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Profession, Chapter 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the students say about Rodriguez?
(a) He seems smart, but acts dumb.
(b) He is Mexican, but acts white.
(c) He is a know-it-all.
(d) He is too politically conservative.
2. As Rodriguez moves into college and graduate school, how does his relationship with his parents change?
(a) They have even less to say to each other.
(b) They start talking again.
(c) They ask him a lot more questions about his studies.
(d) They argue a lot.
3. How is the "scholarship boy" described?
(a) A good student who is guaranteed to succeed.
(b) A good son who wants to please his parents.
(c) A good son but a troubled student.
(d) A good student but a troubled son.
4. Where does Rodriguez find the description of the "scholarship boy"?
(a) In a book about psychology.
(b) In a book about literacy.
(c) In a magazine article about the modern education system.
(d) In a magazine article about literacy.
5. How do Rodriguez's parents respond when he wants to go to Stanford?
(a) They refuse to pay for his education.
(b) They worry about him going so far away.
(c) They are proud of him, but they worry about how expensive it will be for him to go away to school.
(d) They brag to everyone about their son, the Stanford student.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do the new minority students on campus make Rodriguez uneasy?
2. How does Rodriguez think about the old religious traditions of his childhood?
3. What new academic field do these minority college students ask for?
4. What is the Third World Student Movement?
5. Where does Rodriguez go for his fellowship?
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