## Friday, 3 December 2021

## Thursday, 2 December 2021

### Unit 8 - Relative and Absolute frequency

Hello, hello!

Today we're learning about Relative and Absolute Frequency:

PT: Total Points

Today we're learning about Relative and Absolute Frequency:

ABSOLUTE FREQUENCY is a simple count of the number of times a value is observed. It is expressed as a whole number.

For example: "in 6th A there are 8 girls."

Let's find out with real data:

LIGA SANTANDER TABLE SEASON 2020/2021

PJ: Matches played

PG: Matches won

PE: Matches tied

PP: Matches lost

GF: Goals in Favour

GC: Goals Against

a) What is the relative frequency of Barcelona's Winning (VS the amount of total matches played)?

b) What is the absolute frequency of matches tied by Real Madrid?

c) What is the relative frequency of Atlático de Madrid's Lost matches?

d) What is the absolute frequency won matches by Betis?

I hope you found these useful!

Bye, bye, butterflies!

I hope you found these useful!

Bye, bye, butterflies!

## Wednesday, 1 December 2021

### Unit 2 - The excretory system

Hello, hello!

The excretory system is the last epigraph of our Natural Science unit. In this entry I'll share with you some videos, exercises and resources so you can learn this section better.

First of all, you have here the

**Quizlet unit**I created on the excretory system with the definition and games they offer:

Also, you can look for more interesting data on the excretory system:

Excretory System Quiz |

Urinary System Quiz |

How do your kidneys work?

Why do we sweat?

I hope you find it useful!

Bye, bye, butterflies!

### Unit 8 - Statistics and probability

Hello, hello!

Today we're starting a new unit called: Statistics and probability.

But... What are statistics?

And, what is probability?

Today we're starting a new unit called: Statistics and probability.

But... What are statistics?

And, what is probability?

Now, let's get to work:

Imagine that you have boarded an airplane.

The rows are numbered from 1 to 30, and there are six seats per row, three on each side of the isle. Seats in each row are labeled A through F.

Using that information, work together as a class to solve the problems listed below:

I hope you found these useful!

Bye, bye, butterflies!

The rows are numbered from 1 to 30, and there are six seats per row, three on each side of the isle. Seats in each row are labeled A through F.

Using that information, work together as a class to solve the problems listed below:

- How many seats are in the airplane?
- What are your chances of sitting in row number 7?
- What are your chances of sitting in a window seat?
- What are your chances of sitting in an "A" seat?
- What are your chances of sitting in an even-numbered row?

I hope you found these useful!

Bye, bye, butterflies!

## Friday, 26 November 2021

### [PET SPEAKING] Describing pictures: Shopping

I'm going to share with you some photos so you can practice describing a picture related to the "shopping" topic.

You can revise the structure you need to follow here.

Remember that these are some pictures to practice describing pictures for the PET FOR SCHOOLS and PET exams (B1 CEFR).

Click on the pictures to zoom in!

I hope you find these useful!

Bye, bye, butterflies!

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