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The Banking Concept of Education by Paolo Freire

1) What exactly is the 'banking concept of education' as far as what he is trying to explain?

2) What is the student-teacher relationship in the banking style of education?

3) What are the effects on students of the banking style of education?

4) What are some of the attitudes and practices of the banking style of education which mirror oppressive society as a whole?

5) How is the banking style of education a form of oppression?

6) What does the author think would be a remedy to the banking style?

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