2022/2023 First 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: FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

Revision

WEEK 2

TOPIC Sovereignty of God

CONTENT

(a) meaning of Sovereignty

(i) God the creator

(ii) The creation story (1&2)

(iii) God the controller of the universe

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(a)Explain the meaning of sovereignty.

 (ii)  dawns the sovereignty of God over the creation

(iii) Explain what it means to submit to God’s sovereignty over our lives

(iv) Recognize

 their dependence on God

(vi) Recognize the sovereignty of God in the affairs of man and nations.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)Flashcards of the creation of the world in chronological order

(ii) The world map or globe

(iii) Picture rolls of creation stories

(iv) Songs

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Asks students to distinguish between things created by God and roses made by man

(ii) Guide discussions on the meaning of sovereignty

(iii) Limitations of man in creating life

(iv) The implications of God’s sovereignty over students’ lives.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

Read the Biblical passages

(ii) Distinguish between things created by God and Rose made by man

(iii) Recognize that man-made things are sourced from God’s creation

(iv) Dwan’s the meaning of sovereignty.

WEEK 3

TOPIC Leadership Joseph as a Leader

CONTENT

(i) Joseph’s Early life and arrival in Egypt (Gen.37:1-28)

(ii) Joseph as Governor in Egypt and Reconciliationmor is Brothers (Gen 41:1-57, 45:1-15)

(iii) Lesson learned under Joseph as a leader.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)Narrate the story of Joseph

(ii) Identify Joseph’s major talents and how he used them for God’s work

(iii) Explain what enabled Joseph to be successful as a good leader

(iv) Compare Joseph’s leadership style with what is operating today

(v) Itemize the lesson learned under the topic Joseph as a leader.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i) Newspaper clippings and other media reports on leaders

(ii) Cardboard showing Joseph reconciling with his brothers

(iii) The video clip of the man Joseph.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Given Biblical passage

(ii) Guides student’s discussion on leadership

(iii) Guide students to write the summarized notes.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Discuss some of their dreams

(ii) Read the relevant biblical passages

(iii) List the personal leadership attributes of Joseph

(Iv) Explain what enabled Joseph to be a good leader

(v) Compare Joseph’s leadership style with that of present-day Nigerian leaders.

WEEK 4

TOPIC Leadership

Moses As a Leader

CONTENT

(i)The early life and call of Moses (Ex 1-3)

(ii) God equips and sends Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt (Ex.4:17:51-5,22-23, Ex.6:28-30,7:1-7)

(iii) Moses qualifies as a

Leader.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE Students should be able to:

(i)Describe the events of Moses’ early life

(ii) List the leadership qualifies of Moses

(iii) Explain why Moses was a successful leader

(iv) Compare his

Leadership styles with what is operating today.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

The film Moses

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Give Biblical passage before each class

(ii) Guides student class discussion

(iii) Supplies information on modern leaders to compare. 

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read all relevant biblical passages

(ii) Recount the early life of Moses

(iii) Describe how Moses managed the complaining brachiate

(iv) List Moses’ leadership qualities and show how he used them

(v) Compare Moses’ leadership style with that of a leader they are familiar with.

WEEK 5

Leadership

Joshua as a leader

CONTENT

(i)The role of Joshua in the story of the twelve spies (Num.13:16-35,14:1-10,27:15.23,Josh1:1-15.6:24:1-31)

(ii) The coquent of Jericho

(iii) Qualities of Joshua as a Leader.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)Dwan’s how Joshua succeeded Moses

(ii) Describe how Joshua succeeded Moses

(iii) Humise the qualities of Joshua as a leader

(iv) Explain the role of Joshua in the twelve spies.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)Film on the fall of Jericho

(ii) The song “The fall of Jericho

(iii) Read the biblical passages.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Encourage the students to listen to the news

(ii) Give the biblical passages

(iii) Supplies information on modern leaders.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read relevant biblical passages

(ii) Dramatize the fall of Jericho.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Leadership

Deborah As a leader

CONTENT

(i)Deborah as a leader (judges 4:1-24)

(ii) Leadership qualities of Deborah

(iii) Ways women can contribute to national development.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)Dwells why Deborah was chosen as a leader

(ii) Identify her leadership Qualities

(iii) hermise ways women can contribute to national development.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)Picture of women who had contributed to national development i.e. Late Mariam Babangida, Late Mrs.Fumilayo Ransome Kuti, Otunba TitiLaoye Tomori, etc.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Raises issues that stimulate students’ occasions

(ii) Helps students to relate to the complementary issue

(iii) Guide the student’s discussion.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read the biblical passage

(ii) Identify Deborah’s leadership quantities

(iii) Compare the leadership styles of Joseph, Moses, Joshua, and Deborah

(iv) Dwan Deborah’s role is the victim over the enemy.

WEEK 7

TOPIC

Gods care for His people.

Guidance and Protection

CONTENT

(i)Guardians (Ex 13:17-22,Josh.8:1-22

(ii) Protection (Ex.14:10-34)

(iii) Lessons learned from God’s care for these people

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

At the end of the lesson students should be able to:

(i)Identify different ways in which God guided the Israelites

(ii) List different ways in which God protected the people of Israel

(iii) Recognize God’s protective power over the Israelites

(iv) Discuss the importance of the Bible as a source of God’s guidance and protection.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)Signboard depicting directions and destination

(ii) The highway code

(iii) Newspaper or clip showing accidents from which people have been saved

(iv) Picture of security man or guard.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(I)Help the student to relate this lesson to decisions they are yet to make about the future

(II) Guide the consent discussion

(III)Encourage the students to afford this truth by sharing their personal.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Discuss the significance of identity cards in society

(ii) Read the Biblical passages

(iii) Discuss the reality of God’s protection today

(iv) Discuss the Bible as a means of guidance.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

Gods care for his people’s provision

CONTENT

(i)The Gods provision (Ex.16:1-21,17:1-7)

(ii) The gift of manna and Quails

(iii) The lesson learned

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)List different ways in which God provided for the Israelites

(ii) Explain why provisions were given and why they are stooped

(iii) Recognize the fact that God still provisions for people today.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)A basket of assorted fruits

(ii) A gift basket e.g. Christmas gifts.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Encourages students to afford this truth by sharing their personal experiences

(ii) Guide the student discussions.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read and summarize the Biblical passages

(ii) Discuss the basic needs of man and how God provides for them

(iii) Outline the conditions laid down by God for giving provisions.

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Parental Responsibilities

(Eli & Samuel)

CONTENT

(i)The Irresponsible Behaviors of the sons of Eli and Samuel

(1sam.2:12-25,8:1-9)

(ii) God’s pronouncement of judgment on Eli and his sons (1sam.2:27-36,3:1-18)

(iii) God’s punishments on Eli and his family

(1sam 4:10-22).

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)Explain the extent to which Eli and Samuel were responsible for the shortcomings of their children

(ii) Discuss God’s reaction to the conduct of Eli And his children

(iii) Recognize that parents may be held accountable for their children

(iv) Identify children’s responsibilities towards their parents.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(I)Picture of a happy family

(ii) Film clip on parental responsibilities

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Encourage the students to freely express their feelings on the topic

(ii) Guide the class discussion.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read the Biblical passages

(ii) Narrate the story of Samuel’s neglect of his family in the course of busy serving God

(iii) Discuss the misbehavior of the Children of Eli and Samuel and God’s reaction

(iv) Debate, whether services are God, justifies man to neglect his duties.

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Parental Responsibilities

Asa& Jehoshaphat

CONTENT

(I)Asa pleased God.

(1 King 15:9-15)

(ii) Jehoshaphat follows his father’s footsteps

(1Kg.22:41-44).

(iii) Lessons learned from the topic.

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

(1)Explain the extent to which Eli and Samuel were responsible for the shortcoming of new children.

(ii) Discuss God’s reaction to the conduct of Eli and his children

(iii) Recognize that parents may be held accountable for the misbehavior of new children

(iv) Identify children’s responsibilities towards their parents. 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)Picture of a son following in the footsteps of his father

(ii) Picture of a daughter learning craft from her mother.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(I)Guides the student’s discussion.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(I)Read the Biblical passage

(ii) Discuss the rule of the parents in the upbringing of their children

(iii) Discuss the various way in which Jehoshaphat lived a Godly life

WEEK 11

TOPIC

Consequences of Obedient and Disobedient

CONTENT

(i) Joseph’s Obedience to God’s law (Ex.20:14, Gen.39:7-12

(ii) David’s Obedience is civil rule (Ex.20-13,Sam.26:1-12)

(iii) Consequences of Joseph and David are obedient. 

BEHAVIOR OBJECTIVE

Students should be able to:

(i)Indicate the reward of Obedience to Divine law

(ii) Point out some rewards reward of Obedience

(iii) Define Obedient.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

(i)Picture of a boy receiving a reward on school prize-giving day.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Guide the student’s discussions

(ii) Help the student to relate their truthful experiences.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Discuss Joseph’s rejection of Adultery

(ii) Discuss what they would do if they found to reset in Joseph’s shoe

(ii) Narrate the coalition of the Hebrew youth to obey God rather than the king. 

WEEK 12 & 13

Revision And Examination

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