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  • HELEN!
  • I wonder how she will teach Helen, and what she looks like?
  • You little DEVIL!
  • This scene is when Kate and Captain Keller come into Helen's room and realize that Helen is blind and deaf, and they yell at her and wave their hands in her face to get her attention, but they can't.
  • HELEN!
  • This scene is when Kate and Captain Keller go to see Annie at the train station, because Annie was coming into town to teach and help Helen to be able to learn sign language. This started when Aunt Ev told them about Annie and how she was a good teacher from Baltimore.
  • Are you sure she's going to be okay?
  • I promise.
  • This scene is when Annie was trying to teach Helen in a room and they kept on fighting about Helen's doll and Helen got the key and locked Annie in the room and hid the key in her mouth and put it down the pump, and Annie told Helen that she was a little devil.
  • This scene is when after they get Annie out of the room and have dinner, and Helen learns to fold her napkin, eat from her own plate, and eat with a spoon off of her own plate. This is when Annie was trying to teach Helen all of these things and Helen wouldn't listen to her.
  • This scene is when Annie takes Helen to the garden house to get Helen to be able to listen to her and teach Helen more things. This was after the dinning room scene when Annie didn't feel like she could teach Helen, so she asked Captain Keller and Kate to give her two more weeks to teach Helen in the garden house away from her parents that spoil her, so Annie can't teach.
  • This scene is at the very end of the play, when Annie has been teaching Helen in the garden house for a while, and Helen learns to speak and she says water, but it isn't exactly water it is Wah, Wah instead.
  • Wah, Wah, Wah, Wah
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