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  • Common Core alignment to a Definition Match puzzle is to the key phrase "Precise Meaning".
    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    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
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    Character Flaws, Grades 3-5, Definition Match -- myvocabulary.com

    Directions: In the Character Flaws DEFINITION MATCH, match the Character Flaw vocabulary word list with an appropriate definition.
    Character Flaws includes the Latin roots and their meanings:
    FEND = strike; JUDIC = judge, judgment; JUR = law, right; PUT = think, reckon, suppose; SPECT = look, see, appear; SULT = leap, spring forward; TEMN = despise, scorn; TEND = stretch, reach; THRAUD = hardship, pressure; VICT = conquer.

    When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct definition match answers, a percentage score for correct answers and a sentence.
    Clue: In addition to the Character Flaws vocabulary word list of 10 words, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Fill-in-the-Blank word activity, an Interactive Word Puzzle with Latin roots and a True or False activity.
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    Word List
     
    1) disrespect
    2) insult
    3) prejudice
    4) victim
    5) dispute
    6) injure
    7) threaten
    8) offend
    9) contempt
    10) pretend
    Definition List
     
    A)  A feeling of disrespect or disapproval of something or someone; the state of being despised (noun)
    B)  To question or deny the truth or rightness of; argue; fight over (verb)
    C)  Lack of high or special regard; without courtesy, thoughtfulness or consideration (adjective)
    D)  To cause pain or harm to (verb)
    E)  To treat or speak to with disrespect (verb)
    F)  To hurt the feelings of or insult; to do wrong (verb)
    G)  A feeling of unfair dislike directed against an individual or a group because if race, religion etc. (noun)
    H)  To make believe; to put forward as true something that is not true (verb)
    I)  To show an intention to do harm or something unwanted; to give warning of by an indication (verb)
    J)  A person who is cheated, fooled or hurt by another; someone injured or killed (disease, violence, disaster) (noun)

    Character Flaws, Grades 6-8 Definition Match -- myvocabulary.com

    Directions: n the Character Flaws DEFINITION MATCH, match the Character Flaw vocabulary word list with an appropriate definition.
    Character Flaws includes the Latin roots and their meanings:
    DAIN = worthy; DICT = declare, speak; GRESS = step, walk; JUVEN = young; MAN = hand; NOT = know; NOX = hurt, harm; PULS = drive, pull; SPONS = promise, answer; SECU = follow; TOLER = bear, put up with.

    When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct definition match answers, a percentage score for correct answers and a sentence.
    Clue: In addition to the Character Flaws vocabulary word list of 12 words, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Fill-in-the-Blank word activity, an Interactive Word Puzzle with Latin roots and a True or False activity.
    You have permission to print Character Flaws word puzzles for study at home or in classes.
    Word List
     
    1) juvenile
    2) disdain
    3) notorious
    4) persecute
    5) manipulate
    6) dictate
    7) aggression
    8) obnoxious
    9) irresponsible
    10) intolerant
    11) impulsive
    12) compulsion
    Definition List
     
    A)  Hostile or destructive behavior or outlook often caused by frustration (an attack made without reasonable cause) (noun)
    B)  An irresistible, persistent urge; a string desire to do something (noun)
    C)  To say or state with authority: give orders; to speak or read for recording (noun)
    D)  A feeling of contempt for someone or something regarded as beneath oneself: scorn (noun)
    E)  Acting or likely to act in a sudden way without premeditation (adjective)
    F)  Unwilling to allow or endure opinions, beliefs, etc. of others (adjective)
    G)  Unwilling or unable to fulfill one's obligations; not reliable; said or done without (adjective)
    H)  Showing incomplete development: immature; childish; characteristic of children or young people (adjective)
    I)  To treat or operate with hands; to use skillfully; to manage unfairly or fraudulently (verb)
    J)  Generally unfavorably talked of or known (adjective)
    K)  Extremely disagreeable or offensive (adjective)
    L)  To harass to injure, grieve or afflict, esp. to cause to suffer; to annoy with constant pestering (verb)