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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Hooks view the instructional methods used by teachers?
(a) They vary according to the gender of the teacher.
(b) There are many to choose from.
(c) They vary according to the region of the country in which one lives.
(d) There are not many to choose from.
2. In Chapter 12, Hooks wrote about the patriarchal structure within what context?
(b) Black and white.
(c) All black.
(d) All white.
3. What did Hooks say is the most important thing for students and teachers to help implement improved strategies?
4. In Chapter 9, what group did Hooks say is the dominant minority group in some parts of the United States?
5. Who did Hooks say is expected to accept a greater degree of being silenced?
(a) White women.
(b) Black men.
(c) Lower class.
(d) Highly educated people.
6. In Chapter 12, Hooks reminded her readers of what being used in her childhood home?
(a) Feminist theory.
(d) Nothing but love.
7. According to Hooks, when did racial distinctions become more pronounced?
(a) When the age difference has been established and racially integrated.
(b) When the gender difference has been established and racially integrated.
(c) When the religious difference has been established and racially integrated.
(d) When the gender difference has been established and sexually integrated.
8. Hooks discussed the limitations of what?
9. In which of the following did Hooks NOT say the patriarchal structure was the ruling force of?
(d) Community at large.
10. What did Hooks say about the presence of a teacher in a classroom?
(a) It is unappreciated.
(b) It is necessary.
(c) It is not necessary.
(d) It is appreciated but not necessary.
11. In Chapter 12, what did Hooks say about the experience of white women?
(a) It was the same as the experience of non-white women.
(b) Hooks does not mention the experience of white women in Chapter 12.
(c) It was completely different from the experience of non-white women.
(d) It was a good mix of having similarities with non-white women and being very different from non-white women.
12. What did Hooks say about women concerning many of the ideas she addressed in the book?
(a) Women are indifferent about Hooks' views.
(b) Hooks' ideas are the things that women have been thinking about for quite some time.
(c) Women have written her to let Hooks know her ideas are invalid.
(d) Women have said they are not concerned with the issues, but Hooks' ideas are good.
13. According to Hooks, when is the system of oppression appropriate?
(a) When it is backed by the government.
(b) When it is done in a friendly manner.
(c) The system of oppression is never appropriate.
(d) When doing away with it would cause more harm than good.
14. What did Hooks combine in Chapter 13?
(a) Education and religion.
(b) Theory and practice.
(c) Truth and fiction.
(d) Love and marriage.
15. According to Chapter 9, what is much of "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" about?
(a) Ways to defy the ruling political party.
(b) How to find and marry the person one loves.
(c) The establishment of the Feminist movement.
(d) Obvious and subtle reasons why her work hasn't been published by a certain press.
Short Answer Questions
1. During the experiences mentioned in Chapter 8, silence of what issues ended for Hooks?
2. The friend of whom Hooks speaks in Chapter 13, is of what race?
3. In terms of feminist scholarship, what did Hooks say she was thankful for?
4. Who was the main target audience of this book?
5. For whom did Hooks say the purpose of higher education is to secure job training?
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