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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Philosophy?
(a) The study of history.
(b) The study of music.
(c) The study of art.
(d) The study of knowledge.
2. Why did Mr. Giddy hold his specific view on education?
(a) Because he thought the poor had better things to do than go to school.
(b) Because he liked the poor.
(c) Because he thought the poor didn't want to go to school.
(d) Because he thought the poor would become unhappy and unproductive workers.
3. What is tyranny?
(a) A power-hungry ruler.
(b) A type of education system.
(c) A system where everyone shares the wealth.
(d) A type of lizard.
4. What does it mean to be one of the oppressed?
(a) Oppression means you live under occupation.
(b) Oppression means your freedoms, wants and desires are curtailed by others who hold power over your actions.
(c) Oppression means you live with the threat of death.
(d) Oppression means you are incarcerated.
5. Why does Friere believe it is important for an educator to partner with local people?
(a) Because the oppressed will be able to judge the educator better.
(b) Because they can be helped out of their oppression.
(c) Because the educator can understand the oppressed people better.
(d) Because they can spread their costs on society.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Friere think the true goal of education is?
2. How does the educator use Themes and Epochal Units?
3. Why are power structures necessarily bad, according to Friere?
4. What characterizes an Untested Feasibility?
5. What psychological term does Friere use for the teacher-student type of relationship?
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