The miracle worker project Londyn Shelar
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Quick!Captain come here!
Kate is shocked when she finds out Helen is blind and deaf because when she screamed Helen didn't blink or start to cry.This scene is important because and shows the readers that Helen becomes blind and deaf.
Helen starts to get annoyed when Martha and Percy where making fun of her for trying to talk.So she then grabbed the scissors they were using to cut out dolls and tackled Martha with the scissors in her hand.This scene is important because Helen is behaving very badly.
we had a deal, only 2 weeks!
Can I please have more time.
Helen is going around at the breakfast table taking everyone's food from there plate but when she gets to Annie's plate she stops Helen by grabbing her wrists stopping her from getting any food.This scene is important because Helen is being disciplined.
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Annie takes Helen to the garden house to teach her what words are and the meaning behind the words Helen is getting taught.This scene is important because it shows Annie teaching Helen new words in the garden house.
Annie is asking for more time because she doesn't think that she taught Helen enough.Annie wants more time so she can teach Helen what are words and their meanings.This scene is important because it shows that Annie didn't accomplish anything so she is determined to teach her everything
Helen finally knows the meaning of water and is starting to speak.This scene is important because it shows Helen starting to speak.
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