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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Does one have to live in a tyrannical state to be oppressed?
(b) No, one can be oppressed by peer pressure, economics, fashion and trends.
(c) Most of the time.
2. Why is solidarity with the oppressed important, according to Friere?
(a) Solidarity helps the teacher manipulate them.
(b) Solidarity is the only way to understand the situation clearly.
(c) Solidarity allows you to judge their motives.
(d) Solidarity helps you fight on their behalf.
3. What is a ‘Limit Act’?
(a) An action the subject makes subconsciously.
(b) Any action that the subject makes.
(c) An action that the subject is forced to make because of oppression.
(d) An action that the subject freely chooses to make.
4. What issues does Friere believe the educator should be looking at?
(a) Ones that interest his society.
(b) Ones on his syllabus.
(c) Ones that face the local people.
(d) Ones that interest him.
5. What does the author mean by the fear of freedom?
(a) Fear of authority figures.
(b) The fear of being thrown in jail.
(c) The mistaken idea of what being free looks like.
(d) Being allowed to say what you like.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the traditional power structure between teacher and students?
2. What is an a-priori truth?
3. Does the Subject in Frier's perspective have freewill?
4. Who are the Working Classes?
5. Who are the Lower Classes?
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