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Most of our recent graduates teach adult and college ESL students, who consist of two groups. First there are the immigrants enrolled in many community college adult education/ESL programs, who may range in age from early 20s to late 60s. Some of these students may also need first language literacy instruction, in addition to the learning of everyday English. The other group includes students often found in intensive English programs, both public and private. They are typically between 20 and 30, and are interested in studying for an undergraduate or graduate degree. They need academic English as well as survival English.
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