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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of tree could be seen through the glass wall?
2. What event was being celebrated for Kahu at the Assembly Hall?
(a) His graduation.
(b) His baptism.
(c) His coming-of-age.
(d) His anniversary.
3. To what institution did Ashton-Warner compare teaching?
(b) First Communion.
4. What did a "little one" say somebody had broken in Ashton-Warner's reminiscences?
(a) His toy car.
(b) His castle.
(c) His hut.
(d) His toy jet.
5. What did Mark claim had been stolen from him in "Life in a Maori School, 1"?
(a) An easel.
(b) A backpack.
(c) A paintbrush.
(d) An apron.
Short Answer Questions
1. What story was Ashton-Warner asked to read while trying to get the child to nap?
2. What color did Ashton-Warner say she liked after her basketball team won?
3. What color shirt did Ashton-Warner wear while facing bad situations?
4. Where did the visitors who came to look at the Maori primers visiting from?
5. Which family's dog sometimes visited the class when Ashton-Warner was teaching?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened when Ashton-Warner attempted to secure school uniforms for her students from a nearby shop?
2. In her discussion of pedagogy as marriage, what did Ashton-Warner mean when she said that "love interferes with fidelity"?
3. How did the behavior of the children differ in the new classrooms compared to when Ashton-Warner taught at the school?
4. Why was Ashton-Warner disappointed with the pictures the new teacher had chosen to personalize the children's coat hooks?
5. How did Ashton-Warner describe the moments in her life when she knew the meaning of what was happening to her?
6. Why was Ashton-Warner surprised at the appearance of the new classrooms when she visited?
7. Why did Ashton-Warner focus on teaching her Maori students nouns at first?
8. How did Maoris and whites differ in terms of communal gatherings?
9. To what did Ashton-Warner attribute the lack of cohesiveness in some of her later students' stories?
10. In "Post Holiday Notes," what word did Ashton-Warner use to represent the key instinct of fear to her students?
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