"The Miracle Worker" is a series of plays that dramatize the life and education of Helen Keller, a deaf and blind girl frustrated by her inability to communicate with others and often lashes out violently. With the help ... More »

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Some free applications to learn sign language include ASL Coach, Marlee Signs and Sign Language for Beginners. Other applications include WeSign Basic, Learn Basic Sign Language and Sign Language Dictionary. Most of thes... More »

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Some of the books in the "Who Was" series include "Who Was Marie Curie," "Who Was Helen Keller," "Who Was Jane Goodall" and "Who Was Amelia Earheart." A few other books include "Who Was Mark Twain" and "Who Was Albert Ei... More »

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Photographs of Helen Keller show her in dresses. A Celebration of Women Writers includes parts I and II of "The Story of My Life," where an entry by her teacher, Ann Sullivan, written on June 19, 1887, says, "… she is ve... More »

"The Story of My Life” by Helen Keller is the autobiography of the author who was blind and deaf from early childhood. The book details her early life, particularly how her teacher Anne Sullivan finally broke through her... More »

Helen Keller's published books include "The Story of My Life," "Optimism," "The World I Live In," "The Song of the Stone Wall," "Out of the Dark," "My Religion," "Midstream," "My Later Life," "Peace at Eventide," "Helen ... More »

According to Dictionary.com, education is the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. S... More »