Any adult resident in the community who is not a UI student and who has limited English proficiency is eligible to apply for the Special English Program, to be offered by the Division of English as an International Language during the spring semester. Classes are used by the division faculty for demonstration purposes, and by the teacher-trainees in the master of arts in the teaching of English as an international language for experience in both materials development and tutorial and class presentations, under the supervision of the professional staff. Classes will meet for eight hours a week for nine weeks, beginning Feb. 15. A fee of $50 for the semester will be charged. The Illinois English Placement Test will be given from 2 to 5 p.m. Jan. 31 and Feb. 2 in G-20 Foreign Languages Building. An oral interview will be scheduled for each applicant on Feb. 1 and 3. Class size is limited, and only those who appear likely to benefit from the instruction, and who meet the particular demands of the teacher-training program,will be accepted. Applicants should register for the test and apply for the program in 3070 Foreign Languages Building; 333-1506. Division faculty member Ann Salzmann is in charge of the program.