"J.J. Watt" by Matt Scheff November/December 2016 AR Biography Activity

"He finally accepted a scholarship from Central Michigan." (p.10)

Based upon the context clues "Scholarship" means a grant or payment towards one's education.

"Central Michigan finished as the 2007 season as champions of the Mid-American Conference."(p.13)

Based upon the context clues "Mid-American" means a simple or civilized american or in this case Central Michigan Conference.

"Watt has two younger brother, both of whom went on to play football for the Badgers."(p.15)

Based upon the context clues "whom" is used instead of "who" as the object of a verb or preposition.

"J.J. soon after going to Central Michigan "transferred" to Wisconsin University."

Based upon the context clues "transferred" means moved to or a principle of transfer.(p.14)

"J.J. was starting to worry less about "academics" and worrying more about his football career."

Based upon the context clues "academics" means classed or education.

" He had a "terror" that his career would be over but the doctor said it is not over you only sprained your groin."

Based upon the context clues "terror" means extreme fear of something.

"Wisconsin had become Big 10 "Co-champions" that year."

Based upon the context clues "Co-champions" means 2nd best opposing to the first.

"J.J. was drafted into the NFL so he finally "pursues" his dream of going into the NFL."

Based upon the context clues "pursues" means to proceed or go onto do what you dreamed to do and is also a third person singular for pursue.

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