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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the philosopher Plato conceive of education as?
(a) The instilling of a moral code into a student.
(b) The drawing out of ideas already submerged within the student.
(c) Of telling the student what to think and what not to think.
(d) Of a form of propaganda.
2. Which of the following is a form of Limit Act?
(a) Having to take a job you don't like because of poverty.
(b) Holding yourself back from what you want in life.
(c) Being told what to do by a leader.
(d) Choosing any job you want.
3. What characterizes an Untested Feasibility?
(d) Freedom to chose.
4. What does 'inclusive education' mean?
(a) Some members of society are allowed to be educated.
(b) Most of society is allowed to be educated.
(c) All members of society should be allowed to be educated.
(d) No members of society are allowed to be educated.
5. What is a poverty of the mind in this context?
(a) A lack of intelligence.
(b) The lack of ways to imagine ones situation.
(c) A lack of education.
(d) A lack of guidance.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Friere use the term ‘contradiction’?
2. In what school of thought can the ideas of the book be placed?
3. Does the Subject in Frier's perspective have freewill?
4. Who was Karl Marx?
5. What, in the author’s estimation, is a critical consciousness?
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