Talking into the Future

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In a few weeks of hard studying, Bell's students learned some four hundred English syllables (Burlingame 41). This feat was unheard of by any other oral method. Bell's dedication to helping the deaf changed many people's lives. In 1872, Bell opened his own school in Boston for training teachers of the deaf (Burlingame 42)...
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The opening of Bell's school was sure to be a success due to the word being spread about his teachings. People from all over the United State were sure to have heard about it. By 1873 he became a professor at Boston University and began tutoring private pupils (Burlingame 42). Bell's success as a teacher helped launch him into becoming successful at other things...
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