By Janice Greene
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It made him realize that life was precious. He realized that there was much he could do. 60 READ•REFLECT•RESPOND Shortly after becoming ill, he became engaged to Jane Wilde, a fellow student. When the two-year prediction of death passed, Hawking was still alive. He and Jane were married in 1965, and had three children. The marriage lasted for 26 years. Hawking is now married to one of his nurses, Elaine Mason. ALS, which often kills quickly, has let Hawking live many years. He is now more SUPER LESSON: STEPHEN HAWKING than 60 years old.
Think about hair. 1. Do you think men mind going bald? Explain your answer. ______________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 2. Describe a hairstyle you’ve worn in the past. How do you wear your hair today? How is it different? _________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ 36 READ•REFLECT•RESPOND LESSON 16: ALL ABOUT HAIR Circle a letter or word, fill in the blanks, or write out the answer.
A. shatter; destroy b. reduce the amount of 8. These words don’t put him down. a. hit him b. insult him Make comparisons. ) 9. Name one difference between “I” arguments and “you” arguments. _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ _________________________________ 10. Which sentences might be used in an “I” argument? a. This really bothers me. b. You’re such a loser. c. What’s the matter with you? d. How many times have I told you not to do that?
Book D by Janice Greene