Helen Keller storyboard
Updated: 3/16/2021
Helen Keller storyboard

Storyboard Description

Completed by- Bryce Smith

Storyboard Text

  • After Helen made another one of her fits, Anne Sullivan took her outside to fill up the pitcher.Helen put her hand in the water.
  • Helen Keller, at 19 months old, was diagnosed with a disease
  • Helen's disease left her blind and deaf. With that, she wasn't able to communicate
  • Helen needed a way to learn so Helen's parents got her a teacher named Anne Sullivan. The teacher took Helen's hand and traced words into it.
  • Anne Sullivan spelled the word "water" in Helen's hand. Helen understood what Anne was spelling and Helen tried saying "water".
  • ah-i-a-am-s-ma-rt-n-no-now
  • Helen learned to talk touching and feeling her teachers face
  • I am smart now
  • Anne Sullivan, Helen's teacher, continued to be a life-long companion for Helen. But sadly, in 1912, Anne Sullivan passed away
  • Helen faced her problem of being deaf and blind and learned to communicate.