|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the one exhibit that Helen could not explore?
(a) Roman statues.
(c) Greek paintings.
(d) Egyptian mummies.
2. What was Helen accused of doing?
(a) Hurting another.
3. How many adults worked with Mr. Agnagnos to question Helen?
4. How old was Helen when she was able to fingerspell, read raised print, read Braille and speak English?
5. What subjects did Helen take to prepare her for college?
(a) Math and science.
(b) French and science.
(c) French and Latin.
(d) Latin and math.
6. How did Helen feel about the Bible when she was a child?
(a) It was too simple for her.
(b) It bored her.
(c) The brutality is too much for her.
(d) She loves the good she finds in it.
7. Why were the algebra and geometry sections of Helen's final exams difficult for Helen?
(a) Anne was not able to clarify or translate for her.
(b) They were not translated into Braille at all.
(c) They had used a different type of Braille than what she had been taught.
(d) They were subjects she always had difficulty with.
8. What did Helen want to learn in the spring of 1890?
(a) How to speak.
(b) How to read.
(c) How to write.
(d) How to ride a horse.
9. How do the conflicts of the world seem to Helen when she is outdoors?
10. What does Helen enjoy at museums and art stores?
(a) Touching the paintings.
(b) Feeling the sculptures.
(c) Other people's descriptions.
(d) The atmosphere.
11. What started the conflict between Mr. Gilman and Miss Sullivan?
(a) He felt Anne was giving Helen answers.
(b) He felt Anne was not supporting Helen enough.
(c) He felt Helen was mistreating Anne.
(d) He felt Helen was working to hard.
12. How old was Helen when she experienced snow for the first time?
13. Who is Sarah Fuller?
(a) A deaf and blind girl who learned to talk.
(b) Principal of the Horace Mann School for the Deaf.
(c) A teacher who could help her learn to talk.
(d) A deaf girl who learned to talk.
14. What was the only part of New York City that Helen actually liked?
(a) The shopping.
(b) The monuments.
(c) Central Park.
(d) The large amount of people.
15. What was Helen's favorite sport?
(d) Ice Skating.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Helen indicate is the only thing that great poetry needs for interpretation?
2. What kept Helen from being lonely at Cambridge?
3. What types of books did Helen dislike reading?
4. What outrages Helen as she visits the poor?
5. Which of the following questions is not answered in chapter twelve?
This section contains 504 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)