Introduction to evolution.
I am biology Graduate from the University of Bristol, where I gained a detailed understanding of evolution. I volunteered on researched projects and wrote a paper on the evolution of avian flight, which examined the possible mechanisms that drove avian flight. I have taught English and Science for a year in Thailand, where I also tutored students in preparation for college exams, developed an English program at a local orphanage and took a group of students to a bronze medal at the regional science competition. My teaching style is very fluid and I like to make sure that students can ask the questions they need to succeed. I like to ensure that students my students feel relaxed during my lessons and try to use a variety of interesting supporting literature to supplement my work.
Experience: 2 years
Focussing on the general themes of evolution and the mechanisms that drive speciation, including a number of examples. Covering general themes such as sympatric and allopatric speciation. The lessons are a great introduction to species diversity and broadening your understanding of evolution. These lessons will provide you with additional examples to supplement your learning and help your writing stand out, to get you the top grades. The lessons are flexible and can work around YOUR needs and answer any specific questions you have. You can go at your own pace and cover deeper material if you are interested.