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1930: Rare footage of Helen Keller speaking with the help of Anne Sullivan
This black-and-white video (2:59) shows Anne Sullivan explaining how Helen Keller learned to speak. Viewers can hear Keller speaking. Downloadable; it resides on YouTube.

New 10/18Celebrating People with Disabilities through Stamps
Students explore respectful language, view stamps of famous people with disabilities, and research and design a stamp. Includes discussion questions and learning activities. Designed for upper elementary, middle school.

Helen Keller Speaks Out
In this black-and-white video probably from the 1950s (3:09), Helen Keller explains that her greatest disappointment in life is her inability to speak normally. Includes Polly Thompson, her companion.

Captain Keller's Business Letter
Students write a business letter to the Perkins Institute, requesting a teacher for Helen.

Cross Curriculum Lesson Plans
Students act out part of the play and consider the importance of resilience.

The Miracle Worker
Biography of William Gibson, summary, teaching ideas, and suggestions for further reading.

The Miracle Worker -- Teach Someone Something
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The Miracle Worker -- Trust Walk
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The Miracle Worker -- Using your other senses
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