2022/2023 Second Term Christian Religious Study Scheme Of Work For SS1

Christian Religious Studies Scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR C.R.S

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ONE

TERM: SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

Revision

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Consequences Of Disobedience.

CONTENT

(i) Saul’s Disobedience to God Law (isam.15:20-25, 16: 14-23, 31: 1-13.

(ii) Consequences of Saul’s Disobedience.

(ii) Lesson learned from Disobedience.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i) Define Disobedience

(ii) Recognize that sinful disobedience always bring sorrow.

(iii) Discuss how the consequence of disobedience may or may not be immediate.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i) A picture of a son being flogged for disobeying his parent.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide the student to draw their examples from the experiences of their peer group.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Biblical passages.

(ii) List the act of disobedience that is common among students.

(iii) Discuss situations at school where disobedience leads to unpleasant consequences.

(iv) Distinguish between delayed and immediate consequences in life today.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Friendship

CONTENT

 (i) The friendship between Jesus, Martha, and Mary (l11 10:32-42).

(ii) Friendship between Jesus and Lazarus (John 11:1-44)

(iii) Friendship between David, Saul& Jonathan (Is am 18:19)                  

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i) Dramatize a friendship that started well and later went sour.

(ii) Dramatize a situation where a friend goes to the group about a  friend.

(iii) Show a film about youth at a party.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

 (i) Define the term friendship.

(ii) Read and explain the biblical passage

(iii) Ask students questions.

(iv) Guide students to list examples of good and bad friends.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

  • Discuss the types of friendships that exist among their peer groups.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Friendship

CONTENT

 (i) Types of friendship (John 6:60-71)

(ii) The characteristics of good and bad friends.

(iii) The consequences of associating with bad or good friends.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i) Enumerate types of friendship.

(ii) Identify the characteristics of good friendship.

(iii) State the characteristics of bad friendship.

(iv) Analyze the outcome of associating with good or bad friends.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i) Dramatize a situation where a friend goes to gossip.

(ii) A chart showing the characteristics of bad and good friends.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read and explain the Biblical passages.

(ii) Guide the student to list the characteristics of bad and good friends.

(iii) Ask the students questions.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

 (i) List the characteristics of good and bad friends.

(ii) Discuss the types of characteristics of friends in peer groups.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Submission To The Will Of God (A) Trust In God

CONTENT

 (i) David submits to the will of God (1 sam.26:1-25,2sam.12:15-25

(ii) David Repentance and Forgiveness (2 sam3:1-39,11,12:1-15)

(iii) David sin of Adultery.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:

(i) Recount the story of Darien’s submission to the will of God.

(ii) Recognize the effect of the fear of God on David.

(iii) State David’s sin of Adultery.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

Picture of two people with one standing over the other with a sword.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read and explain the Biblical passages.

(ii) Ask the students questions.

(iii) Guide the student to debate whether David should have killed Saul or not.

(iv) Ask students to explain how submission to the will of God may in thence or change daily lives.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read through the Biblical passages.

(ii) Discuss the outcome of repentance and forgiveness.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Submission To The Will Of God.

CONTENT

 (i) David sin of adultery prophet Nathans parable.

(ii) David’s Reaction to the death of the child born to him by Bathsheba.

(iii) Jonah’s submission to the will of God.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

The student should be able to:

(i) Relate the message of David’s submission to their own lives.

(ii) State the reaction of David to the death of the child.

(iii) Recount the story of Jonah’s submission.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i) Picture of a small boy in the belly of a fish.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read and explain the Biblical passage.

(ii) Asks the students questions.

(iii) Lead the student to recount the story of Jonah.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Biblical passage.

(ii) Discuss the consequence of disobedience.

WEEK 7

TOPIC

The Wisdom Of Solomon

CONTENT

 (1) Solomon’s Request for wisdom (1 Kg.3:3-15)

(ii) How Solomon Applied His Wisdom (1Kg.3:16-23,4: 29-34.

 (iii) Building of the Temple and its dedication. (1kg. 5:1-12,8:1-53)

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i) Identify the source of Solomon’s wisdom.

(ii) Explain how Solomon used his wisdom.

(iii) Identify ways by which Solomon built the temple and its dedication.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

 (i) Picture of a king addressing his subjects.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

 Define the concepts of wisdom and decision-making.

(i) Lead the student to read the Biblical texts.

(ii) Guide students to suggest different ways of taking the right decisions.

(iv) Asks students about another source of wisdom.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read and understood the biblical text.

(ii) Ask how one can get wisdom from God and other sources.

(iii) Take down notes.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

Unwise Decisions Of Solomon And Rehoboam

CONTENT

 (i)  Solomon’s Unwise (1Kg .9:15-23, 11:1-13) .

(ii) Rehoboam’s unwise decision and its consequence (Kg.12:1.20)

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i) Identify Solomon’s unwise decisions.

(ii) Describe the circumstances that led to Rihoboan’s decisions.

(iii) Discuss the consequences of unwise decisions.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

 (I) video films depicting the disastrous consequence of mom diactinism E.g. films.    

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain the unwise decision of Solomon and Rehoboam from the Bible.

(ii) Mention some of the consequences of wrong decisions.

(iii) Explain the importance of going for counseling before taking major decisions.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Biblical passages.

(ii) Take down notes.

(iii) Ask questions.

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Greed And Its Effect

CONTENT

 (I) Ahab and Narberth Vineyard (1kg.21:1-29)

(ii) The effect of Ahab’s greed(1kg.21:17-29)

(iii) Ghazi Greed and 7b consequence (2Kg.5:1-27)  

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

Explain the meaning of greed.

(ii) Recognize greed as a vice that injuries k the individual and society.

(iii) Recount the stories of Ahab and Ghazi’s greedy actions.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

 (i) A graphic illustration of greed.

(ii) Newspaper and other clipping on greed.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide the students to discuss the meaning of greed.

(ii) Lead the student to read Biblical passages.

(iii) Lead discussions on greed and how it has led to major corruption in Nig.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Biblical passages.

(ii) Discuss the stories of Ahab and Ghazi.

(iii) Discuss the possible ways of curbing greed.

WEEK 10

TOPIC

The Supremacy Of God

CONTENT

 (i) The stories of Elijah and Obadiah (1kg. 16:29-34, 17, 1-7, 16:1-9, 19:1-18)

(ii) Elijah at mount Carmel (1kg. 18: 17-46)

(ii) Lesson learned from the stories.  

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i) Discuss the religious situation in Israel at the time of Elijah and Obadiah.

(ii) Describe the courage of Elijah and Obadiah.

(iii) recognize the manifestation of God’s power on mount crenel.

(iv) Identity is the main in sons in the passage and relates to their own lives.  

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

 (i) Video that reveals the power of God

(ii) Video that demonstrates courage.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide the students to explain the stories in the Bible.

(ii) Lead the students to explain the courage of Obadiah and Elijah

(iii) Asks the students to point out the role played by Jezebel.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

Identify the areas of religious tension

(ii) Discus the power of God.

(iii) Discus the courage of Elijah and Obadiah.

WEEK 11

TOPIC

Religion Reforms

CONTENT

 (i) Prevalent Revision evils at the time of Josiah (II Kg.22)

(ii) Josiah reform in Judah and the north.

(II) Kg.23:4-14, 21-30, 23:15-20).

(iii) Areas of religious reforms in Nig.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)Leads a discussion on the religious evils at the time of Josiah

(ii) Describe King Josiah’s reforms

(iii) Discuss the various phases of Josiah’s reforms.

(iv) Point out similarities between the religious situations in Josiah’s days.

(v) Point out the possible areas of religious reforms in Nig. Today and their lives.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

 (i) The holy Bible.

(ii) Clippings illustrating various video and their effects.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Heads of discussions on the religious evils are the time of Josiah.

(ii) Guide students to identify from the passage areas of Josiah reform in Judah and Samaria

(iii) Lead the student on areas rat to need a reformation in the church and society as a whole.

(iv) Encourage the student to carry out a self-examination of their religions and Jonah’s life. 

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Biblical passages.

(ii) Point at the religious evil at the time of Josiah.

(iii) Signify the various phases of  Josiah’s reforms

(iv) Examine themselves if their religions and social lives tally with the word of God. 

WEEK 12 & 13

Revision And Examination

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