Audra Jenkins uses real-life examples to teach English as a Second Language to her students — six adults all employed by The Bluffs, a nursing home off Grindstone Parkway on Bluff Creek Drive. With the help of a portable dry-erase board and any props Jenkins brings from home, a small conference room inside The Bluffs is transformed into a classroom.
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