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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 is the Third World Student Movement?
(a) Students who come from third world countries to attend school in the United States.
(b) Students who volunteer in third world countries.
(c) Students who are studying third world countries in college.
(d) Students who attend college but embrace their cultural heritage instead of sacrificing it.
2. How does Rodriguez think about the old religious traditions of his childhood?
(a) He thinks they are old-fashioned and silly.
(b) He thinks those traditions are only suitable for people like his parents.
(c) He misses the ritual.
(d) He is glad the traditions have changed.
3. Why do the new minority students on campus make Rodriguez uneasy?
(a) They try to speak to him in Spanish.
(b) They dress funny.
(c) They celebrate the cultural heritage that he has rejected.
(d) They act like revolutionaries and promote violence.
4. How do Rodriguez's friends affect his religious practices?
(a) His friends are all non-religious.
(b) His friends want him to go to mass with them every day.
(c) His friends are all non-Catholic.
(d) His friends all practice different religions.
5. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is the "scholarship boy" described?
2. What do the Hispanic college students ask Rodriguez to do?
3. In Credo, Chapter 3, what does Rodriguez do to change his ideas about religion?
4. What new academic field do these minority college students ask for?
5. As Rodriguez moves into college and graduate school, how does his relationship with his parents change?
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