Escape From The Big Green Button

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Escape From The Big Green Button ★ Escape From The Big Green Button PDF / Epub ✪ Author Clara Harland – Polishdarling.co.uk Emma Whitfield sits in an airport on a typical day of fog and drizzle and wonders how she has ended up thereSix months earlier, after two years of searching for a decent job and with only a folder of Emma Whitfield sits in an The Big PDF/EPUB Ä airport on a typical day of fog and drizzle and wonders how she has ended up thereSix months earlier, after two years of searching for a decent job and with only a folder of rejection letters to show for it, she makes a sudden decision to ditch her demoralising photocopying career and run away to Prague to become a teacher, thinking this might kick start her life againThis is a story of ex Communist tower blocks, radioactive goulash, energetic games of Bananas , mishaps, general embarrassment and Escape From ePUB Ù one girl s quest to overcome an innate shyness and find some direction in life along the way.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 275 pages
  • Escape From The Big Green Button
  • Clara Harland
  • English
  • 15 August 2019

About the Author: Clara Harland

Clara Harland is a writer The Big PDF/EPUB Ä and teacher based in the UK Escape From The Big Green Button is her first novel and describes the mishaps of a disillusioned graduate who winds up in the chaotic world of teaching English as a foreign language She is currently working on the sequel as well as writing a series of articles for EFL websites Clara is also completing a children s book about the adventures of a small but magnificent pony named Phoenix.



10 thoughts on “Escape From The Big Green Button

  1. Peter Peter says:

    I don t really Want to Read Escape From The Big Green Button I just want to Escape From The Big Green Button otherwise known as tUGB I don t really Want to Read Escape From The Big Green Button I just want to Escape From The Big Green Button otherwise known as tUGB

  2. Cathy Cathy says:

    If you want to know all about TEFL Teaching English as a Foreign Language , then this book tells you a good deal about it Whether this worked as a novel, I m not so sure Emma is a post graduate spanning the gap between university and finding her career path with boring, mundane office jobs with nothinginteresting than mind numbing clerical duties like filing and endless hours at the photo copier the source of that Green Button After an I ve seriously got to change my life moment, she If you want to know all about TEFL Teaching English as a Foreign Language , then this book tells you a good deal about it Whether this worked as a novel, I m not so sure Emma is a post graduate spanning the gap between university and finding her career path with boring, mundane office jobs with nothinginteresting than mind numbing clerical duties like filing and endless hours at the photo copier the source of that Green Button After an I ve seriously got to change my life moment, she embarks on a TEFL course in Prague, Czech Republic, where she meets a motley crew of both teacher trainees and guinea pig students She then returns to the UK to put her training into practice and finds herself in charge of an unruly group of cheeky Italian teenagers And then there s the rather gorgeous Xavi This book can be divided into two halves, the first where Emma makes some firm plans to embark on and complete her course, then the second when she uses her training I found the first half very interesting, but the second half was just a little stretched I wanted something exciting to happen Emma and Xavi s will they won t they wasn t quite enough to keep me captivated The book needs a professional editing eye apart from some grammatical and punctuation errors, the author has a tendency to write long, convoluted sentences with little punctuation I almost found myself out of breath as I read That said, Clara has used her own TEFL experiences to create an authentic and very credible setting A perfect example of write what you know I gained a fascinating insight to the workings of the TEFL programme in a witty and entertaining way, and I can confidently say that I learnt something Emma has a lot of mileage as a character she s young, hard working, committed and funny, and I can just about remember being in that post graduate wasteland, which makes her all thebelievable A good book to learn about TEFL A compelling novel not so much

  3. Darren Wells Darren Wells says:

    As a newcomer to the world of TEFL myself, this book hit me on so many levels It took me back to the horrors of the training course, in particular the confidence crushing comments from the tutors and the varied backgrounds of the other trainees It reminded me of the first summer school experience, both the highs and the lows It illustrated that most of us have the same experiences and it s just part of the TEFL rollercoaster.The protagonist, Emma, is a part of all of us Her social awkwardnes As a newcomer to the world of TEFL myself, this book hit me on so many levels It took me back to the horrors of the training course, in particular the confidence crushing comments from the tutors and the varied backgrounds of the other trainees It reminded me of the first summer school experience, both the highs and the lows It illustrated that most of us have the same experiences and it s just part of the TEFL rollercoaster.The protagonist, Emma, is a part of all of us Her social awkwardness, her terrible flirting, her quest to do the right thing both enamours you and frustrates You just find yourself yelling Oh, Emma This is an enjoyable, fun and heartfelt first novel from the author and I look forward to hearing what happened to Emma I recommend this to anyone in or thinking about becoming part of the TEFL world these things really do happen

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10 thoughts on “Escape From The Big Green Button

  1. Peter Peter says:

    I don t really Want to Read Escape From The Big Green Button I just want to Escape From The Big Green Button otherwise known as tUGB I don t really Want to Read Escape From The Big Green Button I just want to Escape From The Big Green Button otherwise known as tUGB


  2. Cathy Cathy says:

    If you want to know all about TEFL Teaching English as a Foreign Language , then this book tells you a good deal about it Whether this worked as a novel, I m not so sure Emma is a post graduate spanning the gap between university and finding her career path with boring, mundane office jobs with nothinginteresting than mind numbing clerical duties like filing and endless hours at the photo copier the source of that Green Button After an I ve seriously got to change my life moment, she If you want to know all about TEFL Teaching English as a Foreign Language , then this book tells you a good deal about it Whether this worked as a novel, I m not so sure Emma is a post graduate spanning the gap between university and finding her career path with boring, mundane office jobs with nothinginteresting than mind numbing clerical duties like filing and endless hours at the photo copier the source of that Green Button After an I ve seriously got to change my life moment, she embarks on a TEFL course in Prague, Czech Republic, where she meets a motley crew of both teacher trainees and guinea pig students She then returns to the UK to put her training into practice and finds herself in charge of an unruly group of cheeky Italian teenagers And then there s the rather gorgeous Xavi This book can be divided into two halves, the first where Emma makes some firm plans to embark on and complete her course, then the second when she uses her training I found the first half very interesting, but the second half was just a little stretched I wanted something exciting to happen Emma and Xavi s will they won t they wasn t quite enough to keep me captivated The book needs a professional editing eye apart from some grammatical and punctuation errors, the author has a tendency to write long, convoluted sentences with little punctuation I almost found myself out of breath as I read That said, Clara has used her own TEFL experiences to create an authentic and very credible setting A perfect example of write what you know I gained a fascinating insight to the workings of the TEFL programme in a witty and entertaining way, and I can confidently say that I learnt something Emma has a lot of mileage as a character she s young, hard working, committed and funny, and I can just about remember being in that post graduate wasteland, which makes her all thebelievable A good book to learn about TEFL A compelling novel not so much


  3. Darren Wells Darren Wells says:

    As a newcomer to the world of TEFL myself, this book hit me on so many levels It took me back to the horrors of the training course, in particular the confidence crushing comments from the tutors and the varied backgrounds of the other trainees It reminded me of the first summer school experience, both the highs and the lows It illustrated that most of us have the same experiences and it s just part of the TEFL rollercoaster.The protagonist, Emma, is a part of all of us Her social awkwardnes As a newcomer to the world of TEFL myself, this book hit me on so many levels It took me back to the horrors of the training course, in particular the confidence crushing comments from the tutors and the varied backgrounds of the other trainees It reminded me of the first summer school experience, both the highs and the lows It illustrated that most of us have the same experiences and it s just part of the TEFL rollercoaster.The protagonist, Emma, is a part of all of us Her social awkwardness, her terrible flirting, her quest to do the right thing both enamours you and frustrates You just find yourself yelling Oh, Emma This is an enjoyable, fun and heartfelt first novel from the author and I look forward to hearing what happened to Emma I recommend this to anyone in or thinking about becoming part of the TEFL world these things really do happen


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