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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Sarah Fuller?
(a) A deaf girl who learned to talk.
(b) A teacher who could help her learn to talk.
(c) Principal of the Horace Mann School for the Deaf.
(d) A deaf and blind girl who learned to talk.
2. How did Helen feel about the Bible when she was a child?
(a) The brutality is too much for her.
(b) It was too simple for her.
(c) It bored her.
(d) She loves the good she finds in it.
3. What characters does Helen have empathy for in great literature?
(a) The female characters.
(b) The villains.
(c) The heros.
(d) The victims.
4. Where did Helen spend this season?
5. What started the conflict between Mr. Gilman and Miss Sullivan?
(a) He felt Helen was mistreating Anne.
(b) He felt Anne was giving Helen answers.
(c) He felt Helen was working to hard.
(d) He felt Anne was not supporting Helen enough.
6. How many sessions did Helen have to learn the elements of speech?
7. What does Helen indicate is the only thing that great poetry needs for interpretation?
(a) Laborious comments.
(b) Impositions of the reader.
(c) Odorous analysis.
(d) A responsive heart.
8. What gives Helen fond memories of her time in New York?
(a) That Anne was with her the whole time.
(b) Her love of languages and geography.
(c) Her newly found lip-reading skills.
(d) The progress she made with her speech skills.
9. What was Helen accused of doing?
(c) Hurting another.
10. What motivated Helen to want to speak clearly and articulately?
(a) So that she could communicate with those that could not fingerspell.
(b) So Mildred could understand her.
(c) So that she could learn more information faster.
(d) So that she could give speeches.
11. What was Helen given permission to do at the World's Fair?
(a) Enter areas reserved for dignitaries.
(b) Visit things others could not visit.
(c) Touch the exhibits.
(d) Go places women were not allowed with Dr. Bell.
12. How old was Helen when she had her first public controversy?
13. What did Anne do to help Helen get over her writer's block?
(a) Told her to write the story of her life.
(b) Had her write in a personal journal.
(c) Had her write a poem.
(d) Had her write a letter of apology
14. What did Helen indicate she missed the most during her time in college?
(a) Time to do what she wanted.
(b) Time to think and reflect.
(c) Time to be outside.
(d) Time to be with her family.
15. What subject did Mr. Gilman, the principal, take over instructing Helen in?
(c) English literature.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the only part of New York City that Helen actually liked?
2. What made math more difficult for Helen?
3. How does her lack of sight and hearing sometimes make Helen feel?
4. What does Helen enjoy at museums and art stores?
5. How does Helen describe the Bible?
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