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Today, it’s my privilege to present an award to a student who we believe has used his or her talent to the fullest. We have named our (36)_____________ the Helen Keller Scholarship to honor (37)_______ accomplishment in the face of  (38)__________handicaps.

(39)_______________becoming blind, deaf and mute before you were two years old. That’s what happened to Helen Keller as the result of a serious illness when she was nineteen months old.

(40)________, Helen’s parents took her to Alexander Graham Bell when she was about six, and he (41) _________ a teacher, Miss Anne Sullivan, who was partially blind and had been totally blind. With the constant instruction and devoted (42)_________ of Miss Sullivan, Helen was able to use her (43) __________to the fullest.

She learned to read, write, and speak and eventually graduated from Radcliffe College with honors. (44) ____________________________________________________________. (45)____________________________________________, and she subsequently devoted her life to their welfare. She wrote many books and articles and lectures about her life. (46)________________________________________________________



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36. award
37. extraordinary
38. severe
39. Imagine
40. Fortunately
41. recommended
42. companionship
43. talents
44. Her education and training represent an almost impossible achievement for a person so handicapped.

45. Helen Keller, of course, also learned that there were many people like her,

46. Her work gave comfort and encouragement to other handicapped people who otherwise might have led a silent hopeless life.

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