In this document, you will find the following materials that will help you and your students with William Gibson’s classic play The Miracle Worker. The story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan endures! The students love learning about Helen Keller and enjoy a follow-up viewing of the Patty Duke-Anne Bancroft 1962 film The Miracle Worker. Note: I suggest reading bits of biographical information about Helen Keller before you launch into the reading of this play. My classes read Helen Keller: A Photographic Story of a Life by Leslie Garrett.
1) Fifty-five-question close-reading guide with a detailed key;
2) Thirty-three question reading assessment with a variety of formats, such as true-false, multiple choice, fill-ins, and essay—a complete key is included;
3) Thirty-two item vocabulary list with complementary challenging assessment, a word bank, and a key.
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