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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In choosing the profession she would like to pursue, which of the following strongly influenced her decision?
(a) Marital status.
(b) Social class and race.
(c) College professors.
(d) Parents' opinions.
2. How did Hooks write the essay in Chapter 4?
(a) In the form of a dialogue, of which she plays both parts.
(b) In the form of a dialogue, of which she plays one part.
(c) From a third person point-of-view.
(d) From a first person point-of-view.
3. What theorist did Hooks mention at the end of Chapter 7?
4. What Latina theorist did Hooks introduce in Chapter 5?
(a) Chita Rivera..
(b) Chela Sandoval.
(c) Cha Cha Ramirez.
(d) Karen Rodriguez.
5. Hooks said in the meetings, there were remarks made that could be considered which of the following?
(a) Political or racist.
(b) Religious or political.
(c) Religious or sexist.
(d) Racist or sexist.
6. In Chapter 5, what was the relationship status of Hooks' parents?
(a) Never married but are a part of the children's lives.
(b) Married but separated.
(d) Married and living together.
7. What did Hooks say is a token of progress among women?
(a) The fact that women work in male-dominated fields.
(b) Women giving birth to multiple babies.
(c) The works women do in order to uplift the entire female gender.
(d) Women's desire to fill roles traditionally held by women.
8. What type of tension did Hooks say is apparent in the teaching profession?
9. What example did Hooks give of something a woman has done to build a solid female intellectual tradition ?
(a) When Hooks graduated from high school.
(b) When Hooks' mother gave birth to her and her siblings.
(c) When Hooks' sister washed the dishes of a prominent businessman.
(d) When Hooks published "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom".
10. What did the theorist mentioned in Chapter 7 say about himself?
(a) His ideas are superior to those of his female counterparts.
(b) Her ideas are superior to those of his male counterparts.
(c) She did what she could but what she could was absolutely limited by her own femaleness.
(d) He did what he could but what he could was absolutely limited by his own maleness.
11. What did Hooks say about her interaction with white peers?
(a) There is a difference between the way she interacts with white peers and their interaction with each other.
(b) She does not interact with white peers.
(c) It is similar to the way they interact with each other.
(d) She does not play close attention to how they interact with each other.
12. When did Hooks say finding a way to release the sense of dominance and oppression is crucial?
(a) It is not necessary. The idea of dominance and oppression are essential to a society.
(b) When operating under a system of dominance.
(c) When operating under a system of oppression.
(d) Only when one is white.
13. According to Hooks, "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" consists of a great amount of analysis that are natural and _____ for women.
14. Which of the following is stated in Chapter 6 about a man who has a high-paying career?
(a) The man becomes more important to society.
(b) It is the norm. All men have high-paying careers.
(c) The man becomes more attractive to women.
(d) It represents success.
15. The bulk of Hooks' "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" cites which of the following?
(a) Fractures in the justice system.
(b) A variety of similarities.
(c) A variety of differences.
(d) Comparison and contrast of several religions.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 1, what did Hooks say with regard to all-black schools and the education process?
2. Hooks' intellectual influence wrote with the biases of what?
3. Hooks said teachers do best when they are what type of people?
4. Which of the following did Hooks say is a feminist statement?
5. What did the theorist mentioned in Chapter 7 say at the end of the chapter?
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