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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Hooks, what group of people were the masterminds behind the control system?
(a) Asian men.
(b) White men.
(c) All men.
(d) Hispanic men.
2. What is the technical term for teaching?
(b) None of the answers is correct.
3. The bulk of Hooks' "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" cites which of the following?
(a) A variety of differences.
(b) Fractures in the justice system.
(c) A variety of similarities.
(d) Comparison and contrast of several religions.
4. When did Hooks say finding a way to release the sense of dominance and oppression is crucial?
(a) When operating under a system of oppression.
(b) Only when one is white.
(c) It is not necessary. The idea of dominance and oppression are essential to a society.
(d) When operating under a system of dominance.
5. What did Hooks feel like she was always punished for?
(a) Fighting with her siblings.
(b) Not washing the dishes.
(c) Questioning the patriarchal order.
(d) Questioning the matriarchal order.
6. Of feminist theories, Hooks said that they will be great in what?
(a) Intensity ONLY.
(c) Quantity and intensity.
(d) Quantity ONLY.
7. According to Hooks, what is the great road of progress for poor men and women with regard to employment?
(a) When they make a lot of money.
(b) When they are able to avoid the work they enjoy.
(c) When they don't make a lot of money.
(d) When they are able to do the work they enjoy.
8. What did Hooks believe about the best instructional teaching methods?
(a) All instructional teaching methods are created equal. There is no such thing as the "best instructional teaching methods."
(b) They discourage students' involvement.
(c) They encourage students' involvement.
(d) These methods are inherent and cannot be taught to teachers.
9. 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) It represents success.
(d) The man becomes more attractive to women.
10. In Chapter 1, what did Hooks say with regard to all-black schools and the education process?
(a) They strictly undercut the growth of the education process.
(b) The education process used is different from the process used in integrated schools.
(c) They are equally prone to undercut and to encourage the growth of the education process.
(d) They strictly encourage the growth of the education process.
11. 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) Women's desire to fill roles traditionally held by women.
(d) The works women do in order to uplift the entire female gender.
12. What personal experience did Hooks talk about in Chapter 2?
(a) Racial segregation of schools.
(b) Class discrimination in schools.
(c) Gender identification within schools.
(d) Racial integration of schools.
13. Which of the following is a factor that Hooks said affected her career path?
(a) Educational background.
(b) Religious beliefs.
14. Whose theoretical work did Hooks say may not properly be assessed?
(a) That of white men.
(b) That of white women.
(c) That of "colored men."
(d) That of "colored women."
15. Hooks said who must be happy in order for education to be most effective?
(a) Students ONLY.
(b) Administration, teachers, and students.
(c) Teacher and students.
(d) Teacher ONLY.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whom did Hooks say writes the majority of feminist works?
2. What did Hooks believe blacks had to do in order to attend traditionally white schools?
3. According to Hooks, students many times believe that learning is what?
4. In the continuation of Chapter 5, what did Hooks think about the interracial atmosphere?
5. According to Hooks, what is automatically excluded when the standard of good theoretical works is established?
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