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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. How are the oppressed classes usually stereotyped by their oppressors?
(a) As weak.
(b) As lazy and stupid.
(c) As honest.
(d) As natural leaders.
2. What is the goal of critical consciousness?
(a) To become fully humanized.
(b) To be the perfect worker at your job.
(c) To become the best in society.
(d) To lead a revolution.
3. Who is the author of this book?
(a) Paulo Friere.
(b) Erich Fromm.
(d) Karl Marx.
4. Who was Eric Fromm?
(a) A social philosopher and social critic.
(b) A sculptor.
(c) An actor.
(d) An artist.
5. Who was Paulo Friere?
(a) A Russian revolutionary.
(b) A Brazilian teacher, socialist and educator.
(c) A British subvert.
(d) An American academic.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Friere state unapologetically that his position is?
2. What is an a-priori truth?
3. Why is dialogue so important to break these oppressive pedagogies?
4. Why does Frier use the example of Mr. Giddy?
5. What is the purpose of critical pedagogy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the importance of critical thought to the author?
2. What is the Culture of Oppression?
3. What is the difference between a revolutionary, a reactionary and a rebel?
4. What is the Fear of Freedom?
5. What does critical thinking lead to, according to Friere?
6. What is Phenomenology?
7. Who was Paulo Friere?
8. Who was Erich Fromm?
9. What is a necrophilous personality?
10. What is the humanizing process?
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