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Test Practice Test Practice Read the passage below and then answer the questions. Kendra Kendra and I have been best friends since the second grade. It is what Kendra does that makes her a good friend. Kendra’s kindness shows in many things that she does. Once she gave her circus tickets to some neighborhood kids who had never been to the circus. For her community service work requirement at school, she visits a nursing home. She worries about some of the people she has met there because they have no one else visiting them. Kendra was there for me when my parents divorced. She listened to me talk about how angry I was, and she let me cry when I felt like crying. She never told me that I was overreacting or that I would get over it. I knew that she couldn’t do anything to change the situation for me, but she somehow made me feel better. 1. How does the author support the idea that Kendra has been a good friend to her? By citing an example of how she made the author feel better By comparing her actions to the actions of other friends By including the information that Kendra does not brag By citing an example of Kendra’s kindness to children 2. What is the second paragraph mostly about? Kendra taking children to the circus Kendra working with the elderly Kendra helping the author Kendra’s kindness 3. Describe the type of person you think makes a good friend. HS_HEALTH_U04_C12_CR 1/30/04 1:14 PM Page 327
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328 Violence Prevention Personal Safety Keeping Schools Safe Protecting Yourself from Violence Preventing and Overcoming Abuse HS_HEALTH_U04_C13_CO 12/6/03 9:38 AM Page 328
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329 Using Visuals. Community involvement and advocacy can contribute to safer environments for everyone. What can you do to help keep your neighborhood safe? Use this Foldable to help you record what you learn about personal safety. Begin with two sheets of notebook paper. Fold two sheets of notebook paper in half along the short axis. Cut one sheet about 1 along the fold at both ends, stopping at the margin lines. Cut or shave the other sheet along the fold between the margin lines. Roll up the first sheet, slip it halfway through the cut in the second sheet, and open it up. Fold the pages in half and label the front as shown. Label the inside pages Protective Factors, Strategies for Staying Safe: Smart Precautions, Strategies for Staying Safe: Body Language and Self-Defense, Strategies for Staying Safe: Keeping Homes Safe, Safety in the Community, and Analyzing My Personal Safety Habits. As you read and discuss the material in the chapter, use your Foldable to take notes, define terms, and record examples and personal experiences. Before You Read Personal Safety Journal As You Read HS_HEALTH_U04_C13_CO 12/6/03 9:39 AM Page 329
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VOCABULARY body language self-defense assertive Personal Safety YOU’LL LEARN TO Identify behaviors and strategies that enhance personal safety.
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