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The Life of Helen Keller

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Stacey Harless

on 24 February 2013

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Meet Helen Keller Helen Keller was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Her parents were Arthur and Katherine Keller. Helen was a normal baby but became ill when she was 2 years old. Helen Keller After getting over her illness, Helen was left deaf, blind, and mute. Helen's world became very different and more challenging. Helen Keller Helen Keller Let's travel to Tuscumbia, Alabama to Helen Keller's childhood home! Annie teaches Helen Watch a video and see how Anne Sullivan taught Helen how to understand what people were saying and how to speak. Helen's Teacher The Story of My Life Helen Keller Close your eyes and listen to the silence. This is what Helen Keller's life was like: dark and silent. From childhood, Helen Keller was blind, deaf, and mute. Despite her inability to speak, hear, or see Helen Keller had many great accomplishments in her life. Let's explore the life of Helen Keller. http://www.kidskonnect.com/subjectindex/21-categories/people/152-keller-helen.html http://www.braillebug.org/hkfacts.asp http://www.alabama360.com/helenkeller/tw_helenkeller.html http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=228674 Anne Sullivan's greatest success was teaching Helen Keller. Anne Sullivan taught Helen how to understand words and how to speak. http://www.anniesullivan.org Helen's Amazing Life Helen achieved many great things in her lifetime. Here is a timeline dedicated to the life of Helen Keller. http://www.braillebug.org/hkmuseum.asp Photos of Helen Keller View some actual photos of Helen Keller. Compare and Contrast photos taken then and photos taken now. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Helen_Keller Braille Experiment Play some games to decode a Braille message and see your name written in Braille. What did you learn? Helen Keller was a very special person. Using everything you have learned about Helen Keller, complete this small quiz. http://www.braillebug.org/Games.asp http://www.funtrivia.com/playquiz/quiz18104114bb400.html What Is Your Goal? To navigate through the field trip, click the arrow at the bottom of the screen to move on to the next slide. On each slide, there is a website for you to explore. While exploring this virtual field trip your goal is to find important facts and dates in Helen Keller's life. When you find these important facts and dates, fill them in on your "Tour Guide." We will be using the guides to make some fact cards about Helen's life after the VFT. Have fun and learn a lot! Here are some fun facts about Helen Keller. Learn some more facts about the life of Helen Keller. SS.2.H.C.1.3 – explore the impact of historical figures have had upon our society 21C.O.PK-2.3.LS.5Student uses clearly defined teacher directions and interpersonal skills to move others toward the goal.
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