We are finishing a 2 week lesson on the elements of the plots. We watched and analyzed the movie Miracle Worker, about Helen Keller. We did discussions, focused on characters and conflicts and tomorrow they're taking a test. On Thursday a lot of students will be gone and Friday some will be gone on a field trip and that's also the last day before Spring Break. Because of this I want to do some enrichment activities, things that students can miss if they're absent (excused) So Thursday they will write a letter to Helen Keller, but I also want to do some activities with sign languages, specifically with tactile sign language, like the one they used in the movie. The students were totally into the movie and everything about it. What kind of activities could I do? The only thing I can think of is print out the alphabet, have them practice (they've already done it on their own) and sing to each other, but I want to be more meaningful and structured. Any advice? Besides that I also thought about reading her biography, but I already showed them real footage of her and a summary of her life. (we could still do it Friday) This is high school, but for this any grade level activity would work. Thank you!