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  • Common Core alignment to a Interactive Puzzle is to 4 key phrases:
    "Grade Level", "Greek and Latin Roots", "Precise Meaning" and "Context".
    CCSS Alignment Strand numbers for Specific Grades:
    Grade Level: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4, 3.4, 4.4, 5.4, 6.4, 7.4, 8.4, 9-10.4, 11-12.4
    Greek & Latin Roots: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4b+c, 3.4b+c, 4.4b, 5.b, 6.4b, 7.4b, 8.4b, 9-10.4b, 11-12.4b
    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Word Roots 11: Beginner-roots CED, CEPT, CUR, all 12 words -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: This lesson plan features the Latin roots CED-CESS = go, yield; CEPT-CIP = take receive; and CUR = run.
    To solve the puzzle, use the definition clues given in the word boxes to determine the key words. Put your answers INSIDE the 12 word boxes. Click "SUBMIT" to get all the correct answers, the use of each word in a sentence, a comment and your score.
    Clue: Study the vocabulary word story-reading passage below the puzzle to see the words in context. Having trouble with unfamiliar words? Click the submit button for answers. Redo the puzzle as often as needed.
    Vocabulary Word List: Latin roots CED-CESS = go, yield; CEPT-CIP = take receive; and CUR = run.
    Beginner: ACCURATE, ANCESTOR, ANTICIPATE, CURIOSITY, EXCEPTIONAL, MANICURE, NECESSITY, PRINCIPLE, RECIPE, SECURITY, SUCCESSION, UNSUCCESSFUL
    Intermediate: ACCEPTANCE, CONCEDE, CURRENCY, EXCESS, EXCURSION, INACCESSIBLE, INTERCEPT, MISCONCEPTION, OCCURRENCE, PARTICIPATE, PROCEDURE, RECUR
    Advanced: ANTECEDENT, CONCUR, CURSORY, EMANCIPATE, INCESSANT, INCEPTION, INCURSION, PERCEPTIVE, PRECEDENT, PRECURSOR, SECEDE, SUSCEPTIBLE

    Word Roots 11: Beginner-roots CED, CEPT, CUR, all 12 words -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  Something indispensable; an unavoidable need or imperative requirement (noun)

    2)  Unusually excellent; superior; extraordinary; forming a rare or unusual instance (adjective)

    3)  Treatment of the hands and fingernails, including the shaping and polishing of the nails (noun)

    4)  A fundamental law, truth, axiom or doctrine; an accepted rule or action of conduct (noun)

    5)  The person from whom one is descended esp. if more remote than a grandparent (noun)

    6)  Free from error; conforming to the truth; consistent with a standard, rule, or model (adjective)

    7)  Freedom from risk or danger; safety; freedom from doubt, fear, or anxiety; confidence (noun)

    8)  A set of instructions or directions for making or preparing something, esp. a food dish (noun)

    9)  Unfavorably terminated attempts or endeavors; not attaining wealth, honors, etc. (adjective)

    10)  To feel or realize beforehand; to look forward to, esp. with pleasure or confidence (verb)

    11)  A number of persons or things arranged or following one another in order or sequence (noun)

    12)  Desire to learn and know about anything; inquisitiveness; something that arouses interest (noun)

    Additional Information:

    Reading passage:
    Do you have an ANCESTOR who had a SUCCESSION of UNSUCCESSFUL ventures? Byron Gwyer, my great-uncle, was an EXCEPTIONAL man of high PRINCIPLES who enjoyed a MANICURE every week. He showed CURIOSITY at an early age. He never worried about financial SECURITY. Out of NECESSITY he would ANTICIPATE CONCURRENT trends. When he walked down the corridor of his office, co-workers recognized he had an ACCURATE RECIPE for success in life.

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    2) Word Roots 11: Intermediate-roots CED, CEPT, CUR, all 12 words -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: This lesson plan features the Latin roots CED-CESS = go, yield; CEPT-CIP = take receive; and CUR = run.
    To solve the puzzle, use the definition clues given in the word boxes to determine the key words. Put your answers INSIDE the 12 word boxes. Click "SUBMIT" to get all the correct answers, the use of each word in a sentence, a comment and your score.
    Clue: Study the vocabulary word story-reading passage below the puzzle to see the words in context. Having trouble with unfamiliar words? Click the submit button for answers. Redo the puzzle as often as needed.
    Vocabulary Word List: Latin roots CED-CESS = go, yield; CEPT-CIP = take receive; and CUR = run.
    Beginner: ACCURATE, ANCESTOR, ANTICIPATE, CURIOSITY, EXCEPTIONAL, MANICURE, NECESSITY, PRINCIPLE, RECIPE, SECURITY, SUCCESSION, UNSUCCESSFUL
    Intermediate: ACCEPTANCE, CONCEDE, CURRENCY, EXCESS, EXCURSION, INACCESSIBLE, INTERCEPT, MISCONCEPTION, OCCURRENCE, PARTICIPATE, PROCEDURE, RECUR
    Advanced: ANTECEDENT, CONCUR, CURSORY, EMANCIPATE, INCESSANT, INCEPTION, INCURSION, PERCEPTIVE, PRECEDENT, PRECURSOR, SECEDE, SUSCEPTIBLE

    Word Roots 11: Intermediate-roots CED, CEPT, CUR, all 12 words -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  A course of action; a manner of performing, effecting or conducting something (noun)

    2)  To take part; to join in or have a share with others (verb)

    3)  Any form of money that is in circulation and used as a medium of exchange (noun)

    4)  The act, processing or receiving of something offered; being taken or admitted to a group (noun)

    5)  Short trip somewhere or someplace, usually with the intention of a prompt return (noun)

    6)  More than or above what is necessary, usual or specified (adjective)

    7)  Something that happens, takes place or comes to pass; an event; an incident (noun)

    8)  To take, seize, or halt; to stop or interrupt the course or progress of (verb)

    9)  To acknowledge as true, real, just or proper, often unwillingly (verb)

    10)  To happen again, as an event or experience; to come up again for consideration, as a question (verb)

    11)  An incorrect interpretation or understanding; misunderstanding ideas or mental abstractions (noun)

    12)  Not easy to reach, enter, speak with or use; unapproachable (adjective)

    Additional Information:

    Reading passage:
    At what time did the postman make his daily OCCURRENCE? Heather hoped to INTERCEPT him. She would learn the date of her EXCURSION into an unusually INACCESSIBLE region. To PARTICIPATE in the adventure, she needed CURRENCY. To gain ACCEPTANCE, she had been forced to follow a strict PROCEDURE. No EXCESS baggage was permitted. She would CONCEDE that she had held a MISCONCEPTION that she did not want to RECUR. Details in the letter would clear up any confusion.

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    3) Word Roots 11: Advanced-roots CED, CEPT, CUR, all 12 words -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: This lesson plan features the Latin roots CED-CESS = go, yield; CEPT-CIP = take receive; and CUR = run.
    To solve the puzzle, use the definition clues given in the word boxes to determine the key words. Put your answers INSIDE the 12 word boxes. Click "SUBMIT" to get all the correct answers, the use of each word in a sentence, a comment and your score.
    Clue: Study the vocabulary word story-reading passage below the puzzle to see the words in context. Having trouble with unfamiliar words? Click the submit button for answers. Redo the puzzle as often as needed.
    Vocabulary Word List: Latin roots CED-CESS = go, yield; CEPT-CIP = take receive; and CUR = run.
    Beginner: ACCURATE, ANCESTOR, ANTICIPATE, CURIOSITY, EXCEPTIONAL, MANICURE, NECESSITY, PRINCIPLE, RECIPE, SECURITY, SUCCESSION, UNSUCCESSFUL
    Intermediate: ACCEPTANCE, CONCEDE, CURRENCY, EXCESS, EXCURSION, INACCESSIBLE, INTERCEPT, MISCONCEPTION, OCCURRENCE, PARTICIPATE, PROCEDURE, RECUR
    Advanced: ANTECEDENT, CONCUR, CURSORY, EMANCIPATE, INCESSANT, INCEPTION, INCURSION, PERCEPTIVE, PRECEDENT, PRECURSOR, SECEDE, SUSCEPTIBLE

    Word Roots 11: Advanced-roots CED, CEPT, CUR, all 12 words -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  To withdraw formally from an association, alliance or federation (verb)

    2)  Person or thing that precedes; indicator that suggests someone or something to come; forerunner (noun)

    3)  To free from constraint (of custom or tradition); to free (slaves) from bondage (verb)

    4)  Having the ability to take in something thoroughly or see clearly; discerning (adjective)

    5)  To be of the same opinion; to agree; to happen or act together (verb)

    6)  Continuing without interruption or respite; unending; continuous (adjective)

    7)  Liable to be stricken with or by; easily influenced or subject to being affected; especially sensitive (adjective)

    8)  Going quickly over something without noticing the details; hastily and superficially done (adjective)

    9)  A preceding circumstance, event, occurrence or phenomenon (noun)

    10)  A beginning or marking the beginning of something; commencement (noun)

    11)  Act or instance that may serve as a justification or example for subsequent situations (noun)

    12)  Hostile invasion; an aggressive entrance into a place or foreign territory (noun)

    Additional Information:

    Reading passage:
    The INCEPTION of the new law changed everything! It was an INCURSION into the status quo. The ANTECEDENT events established a PRECEDENT forbidding a state to SECEDE. A PERCEPTIVE judge hoped that he could EMANCIPATE the ties of the regulations. He certainly did CONCUR, even after a CURSORY examination, that the former ruling was a PRECURSOR to his decision. However, the INCESSANT demands by politicians for reform made him SUSCEPTIBLE to wanting a change, too.

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