Helen Keller

Biography Project for Mrs. Hemry's 6th grade Language Arts class

made by Conner Codling

Helen Keller was born in 1881.

Helen's Childhood

When Helen Keller was baby, she got vary sick.  You could hear her crying all throughout the house. Helen Keller was lucky and the sickens left her, but it left her blind and deaf. She was in a dark world with no light to see. She knew that she was different than other girls, so she went to a corner to cry and had temper tantrums all the time.

The people who influenced Helen Keller

  • Her teacher taught her sigh language.
  • Her teacher taught her talk.

Unique Facts

  • blind
  • deaf
  • she went to college
  • wort a book about her life
  • spoke for the blind and the deaf

Accomplishments

  • She learns sigh language
  • Learned how to write
  • Learned appropriate behavior
  • She learned how to read Braille

The theme of Helen Keller's life was...

I learned to never give up and to work hard event if you have a disability.

Works Cited

Drexler, Carol Joan. Young Helen Keller. Mahwah, NJ: Educational Reading Service, 1970. Print.

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