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Helen Keller

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Helen Keller

 

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Helen Keller

       

 Vocabulary

Pages 1–7

Pages 8–15

Pages 16–30

Pages 31–45

Vigil 1

Stethoscope 1

Considerate 1

Congestion 2

Vitality 2

Editorial 2

Belfry 3

Crescendo 2

Vivacious 4

Protruding 4

Baffledly 4

Frantic 5

Bizarre 5

Pantomime 5

Indolent 5

Oculist 6

Vigorously 7,10

 

Facetiously 8

Impudence 8

Exasperated 8

Asylum 8

Affliction 8

Unhesitatingly 10

Commotion 10

Unperturbed 10

Iota 10

Afflicted 10

Inexorably 11

Inarticulate 11

Governess 12

Repose 12

Gratifying 12

Tact 12

Trachoma 12

Precocious 13

Aloft 15

Virtually17

Ward 17

Pinafore 19

Morosely 20

Mutual 23

Appraisal 23

Bustle 23

Desiccated 23

Spinster 23

Simultaneously 25

Endeavoring 26

Timidity 27

Peculiar 27

Valedictorian 28

Gropes 29

Imperious 30

 

 

Deftly 31

Enthusiastically 32

Wretch 33

Disheveled 33

Irony 33

Serenely 36

Imperceptibly 40

Oblivious 40

Contentment 40

Pondering 45

Decisively 45

 

Pages 46–52

Pages 53–60

Pages 61–74

Pages 75–90

Wry 46

Deferential 46

Contention 47

Nincompoop 47

Obstinate 47

Verging 47

Flail 47

Nonplussed 48

Deprived 48

Presumes 51

Devoid 52

Topple 52

Unavailing 52

Retaliates 52

Compunction 52

 

Irresolute 53

Mulls 53

Writhes 53

Anchorage 53

Berth 53

Tentatively 54

Interposes 54

Thwarted 54

Interminably 56

Relinquishing 57

Interrogate 59

Incompetent 63

Impertinent 63

Ineffectual 63

Immodest 63

Frivolous 63

Sotto 64

Parable 66

Apprehensive 72

Silhouette 72

Quizzically 72

Conspicuously 72

Witheringly 73

Wary 74

Recoils 74

Recommences 74

Careens 74

Paroxysm 74

Incarnate 75

Silhouetted 83

Trowel 83

Trellis 83

Interminable 84

Boon 85

Contention 85

Commence 85

Haggard 85

Crocheting 85

Adequate 85

Weary 85

Discipline 87

Vanity 87

 

 

 

Pages 91–105

Pages 105–112

Pages 109–112

Inarticulate 96

Impassively 97

Subtly 97

Deliberately 102

Papist 103

Extremity 103

Indulge 103

Bountiful 105

Laments 105

Aversion 106

Genially 106

Astounded 106

Interposes 107

Consummately 107

Fascinated 107

Trepidation 107

Mediate 107

Prevails 107

Debris 108

Bewildered 109

Feverishly 110

Impatiently 110

Gratitude 111

Deprivation 111

Simultaneously 111

Relinquishes 111

Humble 112

Ascend 112

 

 

Research Topics

  • Helen Keller

  • Anne Sullivan

  • Life in the late 1800s/early 1900s

  • Insane asylums during the 1800s–1900s

 

 

 

Brainstorm.......What do you know about these topics?

Hellen Keller  Anne Sullivan  1800's - 1900's  Insane Asylums 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo Story

  • What is PhotoStory?
    • PhotoStory is a multimedia software that allows users to create a digital slide show using personal photos or images retrieved from the internet, text, narration and music.
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  • Examples of Final Product

 

 

 

Storyboard Template.doc

Using PowerPoint and PhotoStory3 to create a Narrated Presentation [www.keepvid.com].mp4

Using_PhotoStory_3_for_Windows.doc

 

 

Research Rubric

Trait

Descriptors

Score

(1-5)

Comments

 

Content

Accurately paraphrases and includes key ideas.

Information is relevant to the topic.

Uses appropriate vocabulary related to the topic.

 

 

Presentation of Knowledge and ideas

Logically presents information to clarify main ideas.

Uses appropriate eye contact.

Uses adequate volume with clear pronunciation.

 

 

 

Visual Display

Makes strategic use of digital media/visual displays of information.

Visual display enhances audience understanding of key ideas.

Visual display is free of errors.

 

 

Research Handout 

 

 

BCPS research module (Slam Dunk)

Miracle Worker           

 

Other Resources

Helen Keller Brain Pop video      http://www.brainpop.com/socialstudies/famoushistoricalfigures/helenkeller/preview.weml

 

Brain Pop Citation:

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Helen Keller biography video

http://www.biography.com/people/helen-keller-9361967/videos

 

Author’s name/s:  ________________________________________________

Title of Web page (in quotation marks): __________________________________

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Helen Keller Kids Museum

 http://www.braillebug.org/hkgallery.asp?tpid=3

 

http://www.biography.com/people/helen-keller-9361967/videos

 

http://www.braillebug.org/hkgallery.asp?tpid=3

 

http://video.answers.com/helen-keller-biography-119821650

 

 

YOUR NOTES PAGE (Google Doc)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asylums

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/diseases/index.html

http://www.ushistory.org/us/26d.asp

http://www.tngs.org/library/asylum.htm

 

http://www.toddlertime.com/advocacy/hospitals/Asylum/history-asylum.htm

http://www.ushistory.org/us/26d.asp

http://blacksheepancestors.com/usa/insane.shtml

http://www.tngs.org/library/asylum.htm

 

http://social.rollins.edu/wpsites/thirdsight/2013/09/23/women-in-insane-asylums/

  1. Kassidy Jean-Charles, How a Woman Should Be, Photograph. September 2013.
  2. The Manitoba Historical Society, “Selkirk Mental Hospital, Main Building.” Accessed September 22, 2013.  http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/features/timelinks/imageref/ref0746.shtml
  3. Jerry Cooke, Female Patients in Ohio Insane Asylum, Photograph
  4. Woodcut, Scene From New York Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell’s Island, Photograph. 1898
  5. U.S. National Library of Medicine, “Diseases of the Mind: Highlights of American Psychiatry Through 1900.” Accessed September 18, 2013.http://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/diseases/debates.html

 

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