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Method Of Instruction Pursued With Helen Keller
The great problem that confronts us in this country is, how to impart to the deaf a knowledge of idiomatic English. It must be admitted by all who have come in contact with Helen Keller that this problem has been solved in the case of at least one deaf child, not yet twelve years of age; and I therefore agree with the opinion expressed in the May number of THE SILENT EDUCATOR, that teachers of the deaf should study very carefully the method of instruction pursued in the case of Helen Keller....
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Title: Method Of Instruction Pursued With Helen Keller
From: Helen Keller Souvenir: No. 2, 1892-1899: Commemorating The Harvard Final Examination For Admission To Radcliffe College, June 29-30, 1899
Creator: Alexander Graham Bell (author)
Date: 1899
Format: Article
Publisher: Volta Bureau, Washington, D.C.
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: pp.7-11
Keywords: Alexander Graham Bell; Anne Sullivan; Assistive Technology; Blind; Children; Communication; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Educational Institutions; Helen Keller; Higher Education; Institutions; Intelligence; Manual Alphabet; Oralism; Radcliffe College; Rochester, NY; Schools; Sensory Disability; Volta Bureau
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations

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- The Instruction Of Helen Keller (doc)