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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 5-8.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Early in their tour of Walden Two, the visitors learn that children do not eat with adults in the main dining room until a certain age. What age is this?
(a) Twelve years.
(b) Ten years.
(c) Seven years.
(d) Six years.
2. What is the significance of the name of the passageway where the visitors first have tea?
(a) It is a biblical reference that suggests perfection.
(b) It is a biblical reference that suggests a way to heaven.
(c) It is a biblical reference that suggests the liberation of the Israelites.
(d) It is a biblical reference that suggests salvation.
3. As the visitors take their first walk around Walden Two, what does Frazier explain to the visitors about the buildings?
(a) They protect them from bad weather because they are insulated.
(b) They are communal buildings made of rammed earth with covered passages, and they protect them from extreme weather.
(c) They prevent the chilrden from going outside.
(d) They are cheaper to maintain.
4. What is the highest level of community leadership at Walden Two?
(a) The Management Board.
(b) The Community Action Board.
(c) The Board of Planners.
(d) The Chief of the Community, who is Frazier.
5. Who is the first member of Walden Two that Frazier allows the group to meet?
(a) Mr. Bryson.
(b) Mrs. Frazier.
(c) Mr. Mullings.
(d) Mrs. Meyerson.
Short Answer Questions
1. As the group observes the child's birthday celebration, how does the author add a human touch to the portrayal of Frazier?
2. How does Walden Two meet its production needs when members work a relatively short work day?
3. Who else is invited to join the three men as they plan their visit to Walden Two?
4. As far as men and women are concerned, which of the following best sums up the way Frazier describes the allocation of work at Walden Two?
5. What is the point of view in which Walden Two is written?
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