1. Why does the student go to see the professor?
- A. To explain why he was late for class
- B. To get approval for a topic for a class project
- C. To request more time to complete an assignment
- D. To find out if his understanding of the Orff method is correct
2. What does the student tell the professor about his mother?
- A. She taught him to play a musical instrument using the Orff method.
- B. She told him about the Orff method of teaching music.
- C. She was one of the first music teachers to adopt the Orff method of teaching music.
- D. She uses the Orff method of teaching music only with advanced students.
3. What feature of the Orff method makes it especially interesting to the student?
- A. Students are continually encouraged to create original music.
- B. Students are taught how to play a variety of musical instruments.
- C. Music instruction introduces both simple and complicated rhythms from an early age.
- D. Music instruction begins with students listening to many different styles of music.
4. What is the student worried about as he explains his professor?
- A. He might not be able to finish the project by the due date.
- B. The professor might think his topic is boring.
- C. The professor might think he is lazy.
- D. The project may interfere with his work in other classes.
5. Why does the student mention that he wants to sell a computer program?
- A. To request advice from the professor on how to market the program
- B. To point out that computers are an excellent tool for educating children
- C. To assure the professor that he will do a good job on the class project
- D. To explain why he is taking a computer programming course