Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan The Dark Silent World
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[Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan The Dark Silent World]
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HOW HELEN KELLER LEARNED TO TALK
Mrs. Macy and the famous deaf, dumb and blind pupil she has taught for years give you a demonstration now, Anne Sullivan.
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[Johanna “Anne” Mansfield Sullivan Macy (April 14, 1866 – October 20, 1936):] Source: LYBIO.net
When I saw Helen Keller first, she was six years and eight months old. She had been blind and deaf and mute since her 19th month, as the result of an illness. She had no way of communicating with those around her, except a few imitative signs that she had made for herself. A push meant, “go” and a pull meant “come,” and so on.
She had observed that we did not use the hands when we were talking to each other. And I let her see, by putting her hand on my face, how we talk with our mouths.
Helen places her open hand over Anne’s face.
[Anne Sullivan:] She felt the vibration of the spoken words. Instantly, she spelled, “I want to talk with my mouth”.
[Anne Sullivan:] That seemed impossible, but after experimenting for a time, we found that placing her hand in this position — the thumb resting on the throat, right at the larynx, the first finger on the lips, the second on the nose — we found that she could feel the vibration of spoken words.
For instance, the throat; She feels the g, the hard g. [g]
[Helen Adams Keller (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968):] Source: LYBIO.net
[Anne Sullivan:] And on the lips, she feels,
Helen repeats after Anne.
[Anne Sullivan:] the uh–and the k sound. [k], [k]
[Helen Keller:] [k], [k]
[Anne Sullivan:] On the lips, she feels the b. [b]
[Helen Keller:] [b]
[Anne Sullivan:] And with the second finger on the nose, the nasal sounds the [n].
[Helen Keller:] [n]
[Anne Sullivan:] The [m].
[Helen Keller:] [m]
[Anne Sullivan:] The first word she learned to articulate was the little word it. With the hand in this position, I made the vowel [i].
[Helen Keller:] [i]
[Anne Sullivan:] She felt it. [i]
[Helen Keller:] [i]
[Anne Sullivan:] Then I made the t. [t], [t]
[Helen Keller:] [t]
[Anne Sullivan:] She feels it with the finger on her lips — on my lips. Then I put the two letters together to form the word it.
[Helen Keller:] It.
[Anne Sullivan:] And the first word was learned.
[Anne Sullivan:] After her seventh lesson, she was able to speak the sentence word by word: I
[Helen Keller:] I
[Anne Sullivan:] am
[Helen Keller:] am
[Anne Sullivan:] not
[Helen Keller:] not
[Anne Sullivan:] dumb
[Helen Keller:] dumb
[Anne Sullivan:] now.
[Helen Keller:] now.
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