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One morning, calamity strikes when a scorpion stings Coyotito. Hoping to protect their son, Kino and Juana rush him to the doctor in town.
Later that same morning, Kino and Juana take their family canoe, an heirloom, out to the estuary to go diving for pearls. Kino lets out a triumphant yell at his good fortune, prompting the surrounding boats to circle in and examine the treasure.
Kino names a list of things that he will secure for his family with his newfound wealth, including a church wedding and an education for his son.
Toward evening, the local priest visits Kino to bless him in his good fortune and to remind him of his place within the church. Shortly thereafter, the doctor arrives, explaining that he was out in the morning but has come now to cure Coyotito. He administers a powdered capsule and promises to return in an hour.
In the intervening period, Coyotito grows violently ill, and Kino decides to bury the pearl under the floor in a corner of the brush house. The doctor returns and feeds Coyotito a potion to quiet his spasms.
When the doctor inquires about payment, Kino explains that soon he will sell his large pearl and inadvertently glances toward the corner where he has hidden the pearl.
This mention of the pearl greatly intrigues the doctor, and Kino is left with an uneasy feeling. Before going to bed, Kino reburies the pearl under his sleeping mat.
That night, he is roused by an intruder digging around in the corner.
Terribly upset by this turn of events, Juana proposes that they abandon the pearl, which she considers an agent of evil.
The next morning, Kino and Juana make their way to town to sell the pearl. Indeed, all of the dealers conspire to bid low on the pearl. Kino indignantly refuses to accept their offers, resolving instead to take his pearl to the capital.
Kino silences her, explaining that he is a man and will take care of things. In the middle of the night, Juana steals away with the pearl. Kino wakes as she leaves and pursues her, apprehending her just as she is poised to throw the pearl into the sea.
He tackles her, takes the pearl back, and beats her violently, leaving her in a crumpled heap on the beach. As he returns to the brush house, a group of hostile men confronts him and tries to take the pearl from him.
He fights the men off, killing one and causing the rest to flee, but drops the pearl in the process. As Juana ascends from the shore to the brush house, she finds the pearl lying in the path.
Just beyond, she sees Kino on the ground, next to the dead man.The Pearl Summer Reading Project Simrohn Iftekhar Mr. Demmers 9A Summer Reading Assignment (The Pearl by John Steinbeck) I. Examine Steinbeck’s use of imagery. Writers carefully choose their words in order to convey vivid images to the reader.
Lesson Plan Format Title: Differentiated Unit Lesson for The Pearl novel study Subject Matter Emphasis and Level: This unit is a novel study of the novel The Pearl by John Steinbeck.
After reading the book, the students should become aware of the effect of greed on the human condition and see how wealth can corrupt the most ethical person. questions, please contact the English Department Chairperson Heather Westerfield ([email protected]).
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Have students create playlists and explain their song selections to go along with the novel. After reading a few short, older parables, Project-Based Learning Assessment; American Poetry Anthology: A Project Based Learning Activity;.