Helen Adams Keller was born in Alabama, America in 1880. She started speaking when she was 6 months old, and able to talk with her parent’s. When she was 19 months old, a very high fever left her blind and deaf. . ID: 305315
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Helen Adams Keller was born in Alabama, America in 1880. She started speaking when she was 6 months old, and able to talk with her parent’s. When she was 19 months old, a very high fever left her blind and deaf.
However, she learn word and be came a successful person. When she was an adult, both of her eyes were replaced with glass eye. She died in June 1, 1968 in Connecticut, America. She lived for 88 years old.
Her motivation is that she was loved and cared for by her family and her teacher. Everyone always tried to help her. Her parents didn’t send her away even when she often get angry with them. They finally they found a good teacher for her, Ms, Anne Sullivan .Ms Anne Sullivan was very patient to teach Helen Keller and stayed with her 50 yearsSlide4
Helen Keller had an idea of traveling around the world to give everyone hope. During her journey, she met important people to ask for their helpSlide5
She had a good attitude when she tried her best to learn words and talking. Although this was very difficult to her, she got a lot of success. She never gave up hope with anything she did. Her attitude is she wants people to not give up and if you are blind or deaf you can still do things.Slide6
Keller raised a lot of money for the America System Foundation for blind people. She worked very hard to ask for money help from the United States government. Helen Keller also helped make Braille - the system of reading and writing for blind people. Thanks to Helen Keller’s work, Braille became a system around the world in 1932. As Helen Keller travelled around the world, she changed the lives of millions disable people and she brought them braveness and taught them to not give up. She wrote a story about herself to encourage other people who are deaf or blind or in the same situation.Slide7
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