1. What age did Mrs. Paley teach?
2. Where did Mrs. Paley teach?
(b) A mixed race school.
3. What did Mrs. Paley often struggle with when she was teaching?
(a) How to maintain control of the classroom.
(b) How to deal with racial differences.
(c) How to teach spelling.
(d) How to discipline.
4. What does "White Teacher" approach in its content?
(a) The Civil Rights.
(b) To find the apporpriate approach in dealing with white and black students.
(c) How to discipline.
5. In the preface, what was Mrs. Paley doing?
(a) Cooking a meal.
(b) Taking a nap.
(c) Having lunch.
(d) Sharing a story.
6. Who was Mrs. Paley with in the preface?
(a) A student teacher.
(b) Her husband.
(c) Her students.
(d) A collegue.
7. What did the person Mrs. Paley was with ask her in the preface?
(a) Why she talked so much about black children.
(b) Why she was white.
(c) Why she wanted to teach black children.
(d) Why she was Jewish.
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