Common Core alignment for vocabulary word lists include two key phrases: "Precise Meaning" and "Context."
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
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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Auto Racing Vocabulary Word List (340)
|A)||Ability, Absentee, Acceleration, Accident, Accolade, Action, Adaptive, Adjustment, Advantage, Aerodynamic, Aggressive, Airfoil, All-wheel drive, Amateur, Ambitious, Attendance, Authority, Automatic, Automobile, Award, Axle|
|B)||Back-up, Bank, Berth, Bonneville Salt Flats, Bonus, Braking|
|C)||Caution, Challenge, Champion, Championship, Chassis, Cheating, Checkered flag, Clearance, Cockpit, Collision, Collusion, Combination, Combustion, Competition, Concentration, Consecutive, Construction, Consumption, Contingency, Control, Courage, Courageous, Course, Crawl, Creep, Crew, Crowd, Curves, Cylinder|
|D)||Dangerous, Data, Daytona, Debut, Deceleration, Deduction, Defending, Design, Despondent, Destroy, Determination, Development, Die-hard, Digital, Dimension, Discontinue, Display, Disqualified, Distance, Dock, Document, Domination, Draft, Dragster, Drama, Drivable, Duel, Dynamic, Dynasty|
|E)||Eager, Earnest, Emerging, Engine, Enhancement, Entertainment, Enthusiasm, Entry, Equipment, Ergonomic, Error, Estimation, Euphoria, Evasive, Event, Excitement, Exhaust, Expectation, Exposure, Expulsion, Exultation|
|F)||Famous, Fans, Fast, Feature, Fee, Fender, Fine, Finish, Flag, Flexibility, Formidable, Formula, Framework, Frenzy, Friction, Front-row, Front-runner, Fuel, Fulfill, Fuselage|
|G)||Gauge, Gear, Gear box, Gear head, Grand-Prix, Grandstand, Grid, Grit|
|H)||Halt, Handle, Hazard, Helmet, High-speed, Horsepower, Hub, Hydraulic|
|I)||Ignition, Image, Improvement, Increase, Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Industry, Influx, Infraction, Injection, Inspection, Instinctive, Instrumentation, Integrity, International|
|J)||Jack-of-all-trades, Jalopy, Joint, Jostle, Joy, Judge, Judgment|
|K)||Keyless, Kilometer (km), Kismet|
|L)||Lap, Legendary, Legion, Length, License, Lightness, Lightweight, Limit, Linchpin, Lineup, Lubricate|
|M)||Major, Management, Manifold, Manufacture, Margin, Mechanic, Melee, Minor, Monaco, Mph|
|N)||Noise, Nominal, Noticeable|
|O)||Obstacle, Octane, Odds, Offense, Offensive, Option, Oval track, Overall, Overexposure, Overhaul, Overshoot, Overturn, Owner|
|P)||Passing, Performance, Piston, Pit, Placement, Points, Pole, Popularity, Position, Positive, Power, Powerful, Precedent, Presence, Pressure, Process, Professional, Promote, Prototype|
|Q)||Qualifications, Qualify, Quandary, Quantity, Quarter-mile, Quick|
|R)||Race, Rally, Ranking, Ratio, Re-fuel, Reaction, Reckless, Repair, Requirement, Response, Retardant, Revolution, Revving, Reward, Rigorous, Road race, Roadway, Rocket-power, Roll bars, Rookie, Rotary, Routine, Runner-up|
|S)||Safety, Satisfaction, Scandal, Schedule, Scouting, Season, Secure, Security, Sequence, Sequential, Service, Shift, Significant, Sizzle, Skill, Sleek, Souped-up, Specifications, Spectators, Speed, Speedway, Spoiler, Sponsor, Sponsorship, Sports-car, Spot, Spotlight, Squander, Stability, Standing, Start, Strategy, Stripped, Style, Suspension|
|T)||Talent, Tank, Teamwork, Technology, Tenacity, Tension, Test, Throttle, Tickets, Tire, Torque, Touring, Track races, Traction, Transmission, Trend, Trial, Tribute, Triumph, Turbo-charged, Type|
|U)||Ultimate, Unique, Unsafe, Unusual, Unwise|
|V)||V-8, Vaporize, Variety, Various, Vehicle, Velocity, Vent, Victorious, Victory, Viewer, Violation, Visualize|
|W)||Wall, Weight, Weld, Whip around, Wind resistance, Windshield, Wings, Winner, Withhold, Wreck|
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|Auto Racing Lesson Plans, information and discussion ideas:
1. Write a report or essay with illustrations of one or more of the following contemporary drivers: examples - Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Jeff Gordon, Jimmy Johnson, Tony Stewart etc.
2. Write a report or essay with illustrations of one or more of the following legends of the past like Bobby Allison, Sam Hornish, A.J. Hoyt, Richard Petty, Ricky Rudd, Gale Yarborough etc.
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