1. In "The Curriculum", the author describes the last class of somebody's life. Whose life?
(a) The life of another student.
(b) The life of his old professor.
(c) The life of his old uncle.
(d) The life of his brother.
2. In "The Curriculum", the author talks about one last class. What do you have to do in this "special" class to receive extra credit?
(a) Kiss the professor goodbye.
(b) Score high grades.
(c) Finish the assignments on time.
(d) Wave to the professor.
3. What does one get after finishing the one last class described in "The Curriculum"?
(b) A funeral.
(c) A hug.
4. How many students are participating in the one last class in "The Curriculum"?
5. In relation to the one last class referred to as the book opens, when is the student/are the students required to produce a paper?
(b) Halfway through the class.
(c) At the end of the class.
(d) Before the class.
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