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Can you imagine not being able to see here or speak. That was the world in witch Helen Keller lived, but Keller was lucky to half a special teacher. Teacher Anne Sullivan taught Keller to use her fingers to spell words. She also taught Keller how to read Braille. Sullivan, who was born in April 1866 stayed with Keller for many years. The two woman remained constant companions late in to there lifes.

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Can you imagine not being able to see, hear or speak? That was the world in which Helen Keller lived, but Keller was lucky to have a special teacher. Teacher Anne Sullivan taught Keller to use her fingers to spell words. She also taught Keller how to read Braille. Sullivan, who was born in April 1866, stayed with Keller for many years. The two women remained constant companions late into their lives.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
Copyright © 2005 Education World

04/2005