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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following terms best describes how Helen attacked learning Latin?
(d) With hesitation.
2. What motivated Helen to want to speak clearly and articulately?
(a) So that she could learn more information faster.
(b) So Mildred could understand her.
(c) So that she could communicate with those that could not fingerspell.
(d) So that she could give speeches.
3. What was the one exhibit that Helen could not explore?
(a) Roman statues.
(b) Egyptian mummies.
(d) Greek paintings.
4. What subject did Mr. Gilman, the principal, take over instructing Helen in?
(c) English literature.
5. 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.
6. Who is Sarah Fuller?
(a) A teacher who could help her learn to talk.
(b) A deaf and blind girl who learned to talk.
(c) A deaf girl who learned to talk.
(d) Principal of the Horace Mann School for the Deaf.
7. At what age did Helen begin her formal schooling?
8. How old was Helen when she was able to fingerspell, read raised print, read Braille and speak English?
9. How does Helen describe the Bible?
(a) A broken book that was unable to provide comforting.
(b) A collection of literature more than a record of religion.
(c) A compelling and decisive story.
(d) A record of religion more than a collection of literature.
10. What is Helen's favorite pastime when she is not reading?
(d) Riding bikes.
11. What year did Helen take the exams to enter Radcliffe College?
12. How did Helen feel about the Bible when she was a child?
(a) It bored her.
(b) It was too simple for her.
(c) She loves the good she finds in it.
(d) The brutality is too much for her.
13. How many sessions did Helen have to learn the elements of speech?
14. What characters does Helen have empathy for in great literature?
(a) The heros.
(b) The female characters.
(c) The victims.
(d) The villains.
15. What gives Helen fond memories of her time in New York?
(a) Her newly found lip-reading skills.
(b) The progress she made with her speech skills.
(c) That Anne was with her the whole time.
(d) Her love of languages and geography.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many adults worked with Mr. Agnagnos to question Helen?
2. What did Mr. Gilman want Anne and Helen to do?
3. What season was it during chapter twelve?
4. What was the only part of New York City that Helen actually liked?
5. How do the conflicts of the world seem to Helen when she is outdoors?
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