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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. In Chapter 2, what type of person did Hooks say she made friends with?
(a) A black girl-woman.
(b) A black boy-man.
(c) A white girl-woman.
(d) A white boy-man.
2. How did Hooks feel within her family?
(a) Like the most liked of the children.
(b) Like the one who had to take charge.
(c) Like an outsider.
(d) Like a burden.
3. What did Hooks mention as a tool that cuts both ways with regard to progress?
(b) Judgmental attitude.
4. 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.
5. What is different about the way Hooks prints her pseudonym on the cover of the book than you would find on most books?
(a) It takes up the entire cover.
(b) It consists of no capital letters.
(c) It is circled.
(d) It is written in all capital letters.
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of tension did Hooks say is apparent in the teaching profession?
2. What did Hooks say about a wealthy woman who works by choice?
3. Hooks said which of the following is most important for an effective educational process?
4. Hooks' intellectual influence wrote with the biases of what?
5. According to Hooks, students many times believe that learning is what?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 6, what qualities did Hooks say a woman might possess to show that she is successful?
2. What did Hooks say in Chapter 3 about individual instructors' ability to speak freely in meetings at Oberlin?
3. In terms of the types of job opportunities available for poor people, what was Hooks' view?
4. What did Hooks say about where the majority of feminist writings come from?
5. What role did Hooks say student participation plays in the education process?
6. Was Hooks' first integrated friendship received with open arms?
7. What did Hooks say about the effect of the feminist theory?
8. What did Hooks say about the political nature of education?
9. Why did Hooks feel like her theoretical works were harshly criticized?
10. What did Hooks say about poor people and the need to earn money as adults?
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