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Scholastic Reader Level 3: A Girl Named Helen Keller (Anglais) Broché – 1 décembre 1995


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Nice way to first hear the Helen Keller story 20 octobre 2000
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This is an easy to read book (grades 1 & 2) and a wonderful tool for introducing children to Helen Keller. It tells about her struggles after becoming deaf and blind, and of her eventual triumph of learning words with the help of her teacher, Anne Sullivan. It also gives a very brief summary of her accomplishments as an adult.
I think it's great for kids to learn about Helen Keller, and this book provides a nice way to first hear the story.
The last page of the book has a sign language alphabet chart which some children might enjoy trying to learn...
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How I would use this book for teaching 18 septembre 2012
Par Sherman's - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book has a lot of great information about Helen Keller in it. As a teacher I could use it to teach either Grade 1 or 2 about Helen Keller. I could teach them about her life and about how she is both deaf and blind. The children my know people who are either deaf or blind, but may not know someone who is both so that would be a learning experience for them. From this I could then teach them how Helen communicates with other people, which is different from most people. Sign language is a language that children would be able to learn easily and in the back of the book there is a chart of all the letters in the alphabet with a hand showing how to make each letter. Also in the book it shows how Helen has to break down every word into each individual letter. With this I could teach children the part-to-whole of words, in that every word is made up of individual letter that then when you put them together give the word meaning. For instance, the letters d-o-g by themselves, are just those letters, but when you put them together you get the word dog, which is something Helen learned. With that in mind, when a teacher goes to teach spelling they can use this to assist them. Helen also experiences something that most of the children in my classroom will have experienced, a new family member. A whole unit could be taught on families and how some families are different than others, and students could share about their families. The students could tell how they felt, whether it was the same or different from Helen, when a baby was born into their family. Table mannerisms are another thing that could be taught with this book. Helen doesn't sit at the table or use utensils, in our culture we do these things but in other cultures it is different. The students could learn about other cultures and their table mannerisms and how they are similar or dissimilar from ours.
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A Girl Named Helen Keller 28 avril 2005
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This is a great book ! It's about a facinating young girl that got ill when she was a baby.Helen lost her sight and hearing, and went on a heartwarming adventure with a young teacher ,you can buy this amazing book on amazon . com !
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A wonderful book for young readers 22 janvier 2014
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Sick and tired of 1800 variations of princess books, I bought this for my 7YO and she loved it. It spurred us to watch them movie, learn more sign language and really think and talk about important issues. Great book.
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Cute, easy to read, but ONLY about her childhood 4 avril 2011
Par T. Ahart - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book to share with a group of 5-7 year olds. I was really disappointed to find that it didn't cover anything past her childhood - none of her accomplishments or quotes as an adult. I ended up getting a different book which did cover these things - Helen Keller, Courage in the Dark. This book has nice illustrations and is fairly easy to read, I just wish I had known it didn't cover past childhood.
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