|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How are students treated in Banking Education?
(a) As partners.
(b) As opponents.
(c) As empty vessels fit only to hold the teacher’s wisdom.
(d) As already intelligent subjects.
2. What does Friere mean by 'codifications'?
(a) Secret messages.
(b) Teaching aids.
(c) Titles and honors.
(d) Materials to be decoded.
3. What is an ‘Untested Feasibility’?
(a) A situation outside of your theme.
(b) A situation outside of your Limit Situation.
(c) An impossible situation.
(d) A situation that denies the laws of gravity.
4. What sort of education does Friere suggest would be a viable alternative to Banking Education?
(a) A joint problem-solving one.
(b) A private education.
(c) A military education.
(d) A religious education.
5. What does Friere think is the difference between humans and other animals?
(a) Humans can see outside of their situation.
(b) How we get our food.
(c) How we treat each other.
(d) How we grow up.
Short Answer Questions
1. How should didactic material be used, according to Friere?
2. How did Bode use images to teach students?
3. What symptom makes it obvious to Friere that traditional education is oppressive?
4. Why does Friere disagree with Banking Education?
5. What did Bode discuss about students that he observed?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the educator working in partnership with?
2. What is a Generative Theme?
3. What is a Limit Situation?
4. How can we describe Friere's thought as a continuation of Hegel's system of philosophy?
5. How does Friere's system challenge oppression?
6. Who was Gabriel Bode?
7. How is objective truth treated in Friere's system of education?
8. Why does Friere see traditional education similar to an economic system?
9. What does Friere call traditional education?
10. What is an Epochal Unit?
This section contains 718 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)