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I feel like I've learned so much from his travels just by reading through his books.
I spent most of the Nineties teaching English in Japan and Saudi Arabia and, for the most part, it was an eye-opening adventure.
Much of the book is filled with over-the-top vulgarity and quips that are out of place and uninteresting.
Ths is hilarious, first of all, but also, weirdly, one of the most useful collections of industry-specific dirt I've read.Published 10 months ago by Cameron Webb
Provides laughs, and more importantly problems in the field. You have to know these before getting into anything. It's not all bad though. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Entomy
The author is your typical supernegative person who only sees the half empty part of the glass. The language is vulgar, the humor dark and shallow. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Payam Fazel
I'm an ESL teacher, though with less experience, and it's reasonably accurate. Sure, the details vary by degree from place to place, but it's all true. Read morePublished 18 months ago by David Wilbanks
Teacher X is angry because in some foreign countries people don't treat him the same as people do in the USA. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Billy
English Teacher X is precisely what the name implies: an English teacher. Between him recounting stories of boozing, sex and drug abuse, he has some serious wisdom to impart on... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Matt W.
This guy is spot-on. Yes he's a dodgy punter, but that's exactly the kind of character these esl outfits attract. He's quite literary, too. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Wolfsegg
Scared the living hell out of me but I appreciate the honest, sometimes (most of the time) cynical description of the reality of teaching abroad.Published on February 18, 2013 by Jen