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The Miracle Worker: Researching Helen Keller - WORKSHEET

Grades 7 to 8 - eBook - Worksheets

  • The Miracle Worker: Researching Helen Keller Gr. 7-8 - WORKSHEETS - eBook
  • The Miracle Worker: Researching Helen Keller Gr. 7-8 - WORKSHEETS - eBook
  • The Miracle Worker: Researching Helen Keller Gr. 7-8 - WORKSHEETS - eBook
Order #: 20190304blog Grades: 7, 8 Reading Level: 7-8 Total Page: 1
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This FREE worksheet includes 1 page from our The Miracle Worker novel study guide.

This bonus research worksheet allows students to investigate the real-life woman, Helen Keller, who is the focus of the novel. This worksheet can be used on its own, or paired with the individual resource. And the best part is, it's FREE.

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About the full resource, The Miracle Worker:

Experience the miracle of understanding that we all take for granted. An ideal play for students with a low reading level. Gain insight into the difficulties of being blind and/or deaf. Put events from the novel in order as they happened when Annie and Helen were eating dinner. Students attempt to understand the motivations of the characters in the play. Find the synonym of the vocabulary word from the text. Explain the event in Helen's past that made it possible for her to realize what 'water' was. Research the real-life location of Ivy Green and plan a field trip to this important location. Identify all the problems and their solutions in a chart. Aligned to your State Standards, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

About the Novel:
This story is an emotional and vivid portrayal of the relationship between a child and her teacher. Helen Keller is rendered deaf and blind at an early age, and by the time she is six years old, her behavior becomes completely unmanageable. In desperation, her parents send for teacher Annie Sullivan to bring some discipline into the spoiled child’s life. Helen and Annie become locked in a ferocious battle of wills, but Annie is determined to bring a sense of discipline into Helen’s life. Annie teaches Helen words by constantly spelling them into Helen’s palm. Although Helen can spell them back, she doesn’t understand that these words actually represent things. At the water pump Annie spells “water” into Helen’s hand and suddenly the miracle happens—Helen understands.

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