Helen Keller storyboard
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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".
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.