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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. How old was Mrs. Paley's student teacher?
2. What was the result of the two boys who became friends although didn't remain friends?
(a) They learned about another race in that time.
(b) They expanded their friendship to include all races.
(c) They broke the segregation that had always existed before.
(d) They ended up hating eachother.
3. Where dis Mrs. Paley eventually place the disruptive boy in Chapter 4?
(a) By the trashcan.
(b) Time out corner.
(c) Time out chair.
(d) The hallway.
4. What kind of club did Barbara organize?
(a) A Jewish one.
(b) A Black one.
(c) A White one.
(d) A Catholic one.
5. What would Barbara ask everyone in the class?
(a) if they were black.
(b) If they could sing.
(c) If they were white.
(d) If they were Jewish.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose mothers were both becoming doctors in Chapter 7?
2. Where did Mrs. Paley teach?
3. What did the two students have in common aside from their mothers becoming doctors?
4. What happened after Mrs. Paley's limited the young boy in Chapter 5?
5. What did Mrs. Paley limit the disruptive boy to from doing in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. Compare and contrast Chicago schools to the southern schools Mrs. Paley taught in.
2. Describe what the black parent in Chapter 3 said about ignoring racial differences.
3. Describe Mrs. Paley's first black student.
4. Discuss what Mrs. Paley learned from Janet Albright.
5. What did Mrs. Paley's colleagues suggest about Fred?
6. Describe Fred and what his problems were.
7. What did Janet Albright explain to the hurt child about friendship?
8. Describe what Janet felt she was meant to do?
9. Explain why Mrs. Paley decided to write "White Teacher."
10. Discuss what Mrs. Paley's friend asked her in the preface.
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