1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Barry O'Leary provides an entertaining insight into the world of TEFL. Obviously this is just one guy's experience, but what an experience he had!
This isn't a book on how to teach English, but a telling of what one man got up to on his travels.
It does stall a little in places, but on the whole it's fairly fast paced and gripping.
33 of 38 people found the following review helpful
I am writing the review of the keyboard using the keyboard.
Packaging: The keyboard came in a slim cardboard box which was in turn inside the generic Amazon packaging. Inisde the product box was the keyboard, an invitation to review the product and a brief setup guide/manual.
Setup: The setup was easy. I put two AAA batteries into the back of the device (batteries not included), and flicked the switch to "on". I then turned on bluetooth on my Nexus 10. I had a list of devices then appear - the keyboard came up as a sequence of numbers and letters, with a little keyboard icon next to it. I tapped that and then was asked to type in a code on the keyboard. From then on… Read more
The monocle is basically a small clear bit of plastic inside a rubber ring which has a bit of string attached to it.
The rubber ring comes off the plastic disc fairly easily, which is quite annoying.
The clear disc is quite scratched and hard to see through. Which is very annoying, but then it is a toy.
I'd recommend getting the monocle a few days before the event it is needed for. This is so that you can practise using it - I found that it can use quite a few eyebrow muscles (muscles that I didn't realise where there!)
It was great fun. I bought the monocle for a laugh at a social event. It went down a… Read more