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Donald Macedo, Myra Bergman Ramos, and Paula Freire
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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. What does 'exclusive education' mean?
(a) Only certain members and their families are educated.
(b) Only certain members of society are educated.
(c) Nobody gets a free education.
(d) Only the poorest are educated.

2. Why, according to Friere, does an Untested Feasibility lead to Fear of Freedom?
(a) Because there is always something at risk.
(b) Because you have no control.
(c) Because they are always dangerous.
(d) Because it is also an unknown.

3. What is a ‘Limit Situation’?
(a) A situation with no themes involved.
(b) A Situation where the Subject has to confront their emotions.
(c) A situation that frees the Subject.
(d) A situation that holds back the Subject.

4. What sort of education does Friere suggest would be a viable alternative to Banking Education?
(a) A joint problem-solving one.
(b) A military education.
(c) A private education.
(d) A religious education.

5. Why is solidarity with the oppressed important, according to Friere?
(a) Solidarity helps you fight on their behalf.
(b) Solidarity helps the teacher manipulate them.
(c) Solidarity allows you to judge their motives.
(d) Solidarity is the only way to understand the situation clearly.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why do traditional modes of teaching interfere with the development of a Subject, according to Friere?

2. What is one goal of the Problem-Posing Education?

3. What does 'inclusive education' mean?

4. How does Friere use the term ‘contradiction’?

5. What is a ‘Thematic Universe’?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is an Epochal Unit?

2. What is a Generative Theme?

3. What is the Thematic Universe?

4. What does Friere call his own pedagogy of education?

5. What does Friere call traditional education?

6. How is objective truth treated in Friere's system of education?

7. What is a Subject in Friere’s analysis?

8. What does Friere believe the educator must encourage the Subject to do?

9. What is a Limit Situation?

10. Why does Friere believe it is important to ally oneself with the poor?

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