The Miracle Worker by William Gibson. A look at the life of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan. How important are your words?. Activity One Draw a word from the container You are to act out this word without using any words Goal: illustrate the emotion so classmates can guess the emotion
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The Miracle Workerby William Gibson
A look at the life of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan
At the age of 14, she was sent to the Perkins School for the Blind to receive training to be a teacher for children who were blind.
Anne had to figure out a way to make Helen understand words and their meaning.
She began to teach Helen letters, by signing them into her palm.
Then just one month later, everything clicked.
Anne held Helen's hand under a pump while signing W-A-T-E-R into her palm.
Helen's whole face lit up. The word came to life, in one moment. That day, she learned 30 words.
This is the alphabet Helen used
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She wanted to learn to write. In addition to learning to write in braille, Helen placed a ruler on the page as a guide and drew very square block letters.