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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. Why, according to Friere, does an Untested Feasibility lead to Fear of Freedom?
(a) Because you have no control.
(b) Because it is also an unknown.
(c) Because they are always dangerous.
(d) Because there is always something at risk.
2. What is 'didactic material?'
(a) Material that is offensive.
(b) Materials such as media, articles and pictures that encourage debate.
(c) Material that is exceedingly provoking.
(d) Religious material.
3. In what sort of society do we find a Limit Situation?
(a) An Imperialist one.
(b) A free one.
(c) A Marxist one.
(d) An oppressive one.
4. What is an ‘Untested Feasibility’?
(a) A situation that denies the laws of gravity.
(b) A situation outside of your Limit Situation.
(c) A situation outside of your theme.
(d) An impossible situation.
5. In his teaching of opposed dualisms, what philosopher is Frier referencing?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Friere's problem-solving education promote equality?
2. In what ways, according to Friere, does the educator have power over the students’ knowledge?
3. What does Friere call this system of oppressive education?
4. Which groups in society does Friere believe that the educator should work with especially?
5. What does the term 'didactic' mean?
Short Essay Questions
1. What role does the educator have in Friere's system of education?
2. Who is the educator working in partnership with?
3. Why does Friere believe it is important to ally oneself with the poor?
4. How can we describe Friere's thought as a continuation of Hegel's system of philosophy?
5. How does the educator use the idea of a Thematic Universe?
6. What are some of the hallmarks of oppressive education?
7. Who was Gabriel Bode?
8. What does Friere call traditional education?
9. What is a Generative Theme?
10. What does Friere believe the educator must encourage the Subject to do?
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