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This is the scene where Kate figures out that Helen could not see or hear. The emotion Kate is showing is being surprised and makes her feel very emotional because she has realized that her child is deaf and blind. She does not know what to do because the doctor said she was going to be just fine.
This is the scene where Annie finally arrives at the Keller´s house and begins teaching Helen. Children at the Perkin´s Institute gave Annie glasses and Annie a doll to give to Helen. Annie is trying to teach Helen to spell things before she gets what she wants and what she is asking for. Helen is unhappy in this scene because she does not want to spell. She is used to getting what she wants. That´s how Annie knows she is spoiled.
The room´s a wreck, but her napkin is folded.
This is the scene after Annie gets locked in Helen´s room. Annie has gotten out by the help of Captain Keller and a ladder. Everyone could not find the key to open the door. So they searched Helen, but they never found it. When Helen thought she was alone, she took it out of her mouth and put it into the pump. Nobody ever thought of the key being in Helen´s mouth. This shows that Helen is trying to say it´s going to be hard to teach her.
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This is the scene where Annie sees Helen eat from other people´s plates and needed to stop her. When Helen came to Annie´s plate, Annie grabbed her to try to stop her. Kate was telling Annie to stop and let her be and give her what she wants. But Annie knew a spoiled kid that also did not have manners needed to be taught them without any interruptions from Helen´s parents.
This is the scene after a long time after breakfast of Annie teaching Helen to eat from her own plate, eat with a spoon and to fold a napkin. It was a very hard time trying to teach Helen all of her table manners and how to be proper. She had to learn the manners of normal human being to be able to live a good life.
This is the scene where it´s Annie´s last hours with Helen and she is trying to get her to understand what a word means. When Helen was only 6 months old, she knew how to say water. Something clicked in her head at one moment and started comprehending what a word means. She started with water at the pump and said water for the first time! It was so amazing to see Helen start wanting to know what things are and what they mean by comprehending them and asking.
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