# Dorothy Bazini

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Asses your algebra students by letting them create a polynomial factoring booklet so that they will never forget how to factor! There are so many techniques I teach my students and by the time we get to the end of the year, they tend to forget them
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Aliens have invaded your school! To help security to find them, your students must draw up a sketch of the aliens using only polygons. This project will assess their ability to identify polygons, find interior and exterior angle measures and use
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A fun way for your students to discover the triangle inequalities. The teacher or students can provide angel hair spaghetti sticks to break into triangle pieces to discover what types of lengths will create a triangle. Also includes follow up
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Assess your students knowledge of graphing lines by having them create their own object. They will then find the slope and y-intercept of each line segment they draw and put together a linear equation. Activity, example, graph paper and rubric are
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Have your students grasp the concept of graphing linear equations with this fun activity. They can complete this activity individually or in small groups. Have them connect mathematics with linear dialogue that you would find in English class! An
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Complete lesson plan with handouts, including notes, practice problems, homework and activity! Activity allows students to discover the distributive property with M&M's candy. If candy is not allowed at your school (you can use anything colorful
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Combine finding proportions with English class for this fun week long project. Students will figure out the length of the Statue of Liberty's arm by using proportions of their own bodies in small groups. They will learn about the proportions of the
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Assess your students' skill to add integers by having them solve and create dot-to-dot puzzles for them to share with partners. Comes with attached rubric,and set of two partner worksheets with over 60 problems to solve per group of two.
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Students will practice finding the area of circles with this worksheet. They are given easy, medium and hard problems such as straight forward given problems where they are given the radius, and hard ones where they are only given the Area and they
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It is hard to find interesting locus lessons, so I decided to create a fun lesson complete with homework or projects (you can decide what you want to do with the worksheets). Included is a lesson mainly for compound locus, but stuck in there is a
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Have your students relate math to their history class. Students will create an integer time line to introduce the idea of "negative numbers". Students will research what happened ten years before their birth (-10 years old) and ten years after (if
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Have your students practice their finding area skills. Students will be putting their skills to the test as they help their new friend Zerp the alien and his friends. Students can work together or independently. This mini project will only take one
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My name is Dorothy Bazini, and I am a 2nd year secondary mathematics teacher. I love mathematics and I was born to teach. Trained in New York, I have a B.S in Mathematics. I am currently working on a master's degree at the University of Connecticut concentrating on Educational Technology.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student Centered; Self Discovery; Check out my blog for some insightful tips and suggestions for your classroom: http://msbazini.blogspot.com/

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Founder of the art honor society at Seaford High School First teacher to teach virtually at Charter Oak Education Dean's List

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters degree at University of Connecticut Secondary Mathematics Certification at CUNY Queens College B.S. Mathematics at SUNY Oneonta

In my free time I like to attend yoga practice, play basketball, cook creative dishes, explore the web, draw & create art, watch movies and go on different culinary adventures and write online horror movie reviews on my blog. www.h1ddenhorror.blogspot.com

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