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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 does Friere think that a specific form of education is a contradiction?
(a) It doesn't teach, it only punishes.
(b) It doesn't teach, it just imparts.
(c) It supports the military.
(d) It supports the economy.
2. What does Friere write is the role of the teacher in traditional education?
(a) To give the students better job chances.
(b) To help students.
(c) To be an authoritarian figure.
(d) To ignore the students.
3. What does Friere's problem-solving system promote?
(a) Free thought.
(b) Knowledge of right from wrong.
(c) Correct thinking.
(d) Discorded thinking.
4. What psychological term does Friere use for the teacher-student type of relationship?
(a) A dysfunctional one.
(b) A psychotic one.
(c) An actualized one.
(d) A regressive one.
5. How must the problem in Friere's system be presented to the student?
(a) The problem must be chosen by the student.
(b) The problem must be given to the student by the teacher.
(c) The problem must be related to their lives in some way.
(d) The problem must be unrelated to the student’s personal experience.
Short Answer Questions
1. Does the Subject in Frier's perspective have freewill?
2. What form of education does Friere determine is a contradiction?
3. What is a ‘Limit Situation’?
4. What is the teacher’s role in the problem-solving education?
5. Why is solidarity with the oppressed important, according to Friere?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some of the hallmarks of oppressive education?
2. What is the Thematic Universe?
3. What does Friere call traditional education?
4. How does Friere's system challenge oppression?
5. What is a Limit Situation?
6. What is an Epochal Unit?
7. How does the educator use the idea of a Thematic Universe?
8. What is a Subject in Friere’s analysis?
9. What role does the educator have in Friere's system of education?
10. What does Friere call his own pedagogy of education?
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