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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. Throughout his life, Wooden has always loved what, thanks to his father?
(a) Art.
(b) Literature.
(c) Fame.
(d) Music.

2. What does Wooden think of people trying to achieve goals that will or could harm themselves?
(a) He thinks it's the sign of a successful player.
(b) He is for it.
(c) He feels it's a part of life.
(d) He is against it.

3. Wooden's talk about an American president suggests that Wooden has studied what subject?
(a) Mathematics.
(b) War.
(c) Sociology.
(d) History.

4. Wooden says what about the thought of himself dying?
(a) He's not ready to die.
(b) He's worried on Judgment Day.
(c) He's not afraid.
(d) He's fascinated by the thought.

5. Who does Wooden think are kids' greatest teachers?
(a) Their parents.
(b) Their coaches.
(c) Their friends.
(d) Their school teachers.

Short Answer Questions

1. Wooden states that when people get too caught up in believing they will "always" win, they stop doing what?

2. What family member does Wooden talk the most about during Part 1 of "Wooden"?

3. Wooden thinks a person's goals should be difficult to achieve but not what?

4. Who does Wooden believe had a better definition of success than the one in Webster's dictionary?

5. Wooden says he wanted his relationship with his players to be the same as the relationship he experienced with whom?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Wooden think happens to a person who becomes "infected" by success?

2. Why does Wooden think working toward a goal should be a first concern for someone who wants to be successful?

3. Describe how Wooden feels about the concept of "role models"?

4. How does Wooden compare the Special Olympics to the regular Olympics?

5. What does Wooden think will happen if a person's goals are impossible to attain?

6. Why does Wooden believe you shouldn't compare yourself to someone else?

7. How does Wooden describe his parents?

8. Why does Wooden call himself a "realistic optimist"?

9. Wooden believes that the media has made winning different. Why?

10. How does Wooden use poetry in Part 2 of "Wooden" to show he loves his father?

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