Helen Keller
What do you know
about Helen
Keller?
She is a girl.
She Speaks English.
She is angry.
She goes to school.
She plays with her
friends.
No se nada sobre ella.
•
(I don’t know
anything about
her.)
What would you like to
learn about Helen
Keller?
•Does she speak Spanish or English?
•Does she bring her lunch to school, or
does she eat a school lunch?
•Is she a good girl at school? Is she a
good girl at home?
•What does she like to play?
•Does she know how to read?
•Does she like to eat vegetables?
Si ella saca buenas notas en la escuela?
Si va a la escuela?
Si respeta los padres?
Does she know how to sew?
Si estudia en la escuela?
Si habla espanol?
Si saca buenas notas?
Que lee libros?
Si se porta bien en la escuela?
Does she behave well at home?
Si comia en escuela o lleva lonchera?
Si habla ingles?
Si teje?
Si tiene un gato?
What have you learned
about Helen Keller?
Helen’s Legacy
Her Poetry
"Autumn,"
poem by
Helen Keller, 27 October 1893.
(Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers)
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Library Of Congress
Words and Deeds in American History
"Autumn," poem by Helen Keller, 27 October 1893.
(Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers)
PERKINS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
Watertown, MA U.S.A.
Perkins Braille Writer
Prom Night
•
Edgar Rosario danced with two partners during prom night Thursday at Perkins School for the Blind. Later, all the
seniors were crowned king and queen. (Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)
Helen Keller holding a Braille copy of her book The Story of my Life
in 1955
She altered our perception of the disabled and remapped the boundaries of sight
and sense.
By DIANE SCHUUR WITH DAVID JACKSON
Communication
Deaf-Blind Manual Alphabet
The Alexander Graham Bell Family Papers
Pamphlet by Alexander Graham Bell, 1891 Transcription
(Series: Article and Speech Files, Folder:
"Upon a Method of Teaching to a Very Young
Congenitally Deaf Child", 1891
Sentences
Lip Reading
Miss Helen Keller reading Mrs. Coolidge's lips
c1926 Jan. 12.
Manual Alphabet
Numbers
Annie Sullivan
Helen Keller AG Bell
Annie Sullivan
Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan
What do these people have in common with
Helen Keller?
What do they have in common with you?
Helen Keller
What do you know
about Helen
Keller?
What would you like to
learn about Helen
Keller?
•Does she speak Spanish or English?
She is a girl.
She Speaks English.
She is angry.
She goes to school.
She plays with her friends.
No se nada sobre ella.
(I don’t know anything about her.)
•Does she bring her lunch to school, or
does she eat a school lunch?
•Is she a good girl at school? Is she a
good girl at home?
•What does she like to play?
•Does she know how to read?
•Does she like to eat vegetables?
(These questions were asked in Spanish)
Ella tiene un gato?
Si ella saca buenas notas en la escuela?
Si va a la escuela?
Si respeta los padres?
Does she know how to sew?
What have you learned
about Helen Keller?
Her teacher taught her how to make
letters.
She hit other people.
She learned how to make letters.
She learned how to make words.
She learned how to write books.
She learned how to write poems.
She threw the baby because she wanted a
crib for her doll.
She hit Annie Sullivan with her doll and
knocked out her tooth.
Helen Keller locked Annie in her room.
Helen learned how to say wa-Wa.
She threw her fathers papers on the floor.
She had bad manners but her teacher
taught her good manners.
Her teacher said she loved her.
She gave Annie the key.
Annie loves Helen forever and
ever.
By Zilahir Zavala Albertini
Helen hits Annie, locks her in the
room a room and hides the key.
By Veronica Mendiola Ochoa
Helen breaks a jar to get attention.
By Dayana Sussette Mejia
Helen finds her voice.
By Cristian Perez
• The Alexander Graham Bell Family
Papers
Pamphlet by Alexander Graham Bell, 1891
- Transcription
(Series: Article and Speech Files, Folder:
"Upon a Method of Teaching to a Very
Young Congenitally Deaf Child", 1891)
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She altered our perception of the disabled and
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