2022/2023 First Term Christian Religious Study Scheme Of Work For SS2

Christian Religious Studies Scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR C.R.S

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TWO

TERM: FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

REVISION

WEEK 2

TOPIC

The Arrest And Trial Of Jesus Christ

CONTENT

(i)  Christ before the  High priest (mr26:36-75 MK 14:53-75,lk 22:66-72).

(ii)  Christ before Pilate cont 27:11-31, mk23:1-25, lk23:1-5.11-14

(iii)  Christ before Herod (Lk 23:6-12.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

(i)  Mention the three authorities that tried Jesus

(ii) Explain the reaction of Jesus to the various accusations.

(iii)  Indicate the Vershil of each authority and what influenced that verdict

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Film show titled Jesus of Nazareth.

(ii)  The Holy Bible

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Makes the Jesus film available.

(ii)  Guide the students in their discussions.

(iii)  Ask Students to distinguish the various trials.

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Read the narration of the three synoptic gospels.

(ii)  Discuss the procedure of each trial.

(iii)  Discuss how fair the verdict was given the evidence.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

The Crucifixion And Death And Burial Of Jesus Christ

CONTENT

(I)  the crucifixion

(ii)  The death and burial of Jesus Christ (mr.27:32-66, LK23:26-56 MK 1:16-47)

(iii)  The importance of Jesus’ death on the cross for the salvation of mankind.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Recount the process of crucifixion.

(ii)  State how Jesus has certified dead on the cross.

(iii)  Mention those present at Jesus’ burial.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Film.

(ii)  The Holy Bible.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Makes the film “Jesus of Nazareth available.

(ii)  Guide the students in their discussion.

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Read the narratives from the synoptic gospels.

(ii)  Discuss the peculiarities of execution by crucifixion.

(iii)  Discuss why Jesus did not defend himself.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

The Restoration Of Christ

CONTENT

(i)  Meaning and resurrection of Christ (Mr28:1-10, MK16-14, LK24:1-35).

(ii)  The importance of the Resurrection of Jesus to the Christian faith (T cor. 15:3-8,12-20)

(iii)  The Significance of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Relate the synoptic accounts of the resurrection

(ii)  Deistic the activities of women in the resurrection story.

(iii)  Explain the significance of resurrection to the Christian faith.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  The Bible pictures.

(ii)  Jesus film

(iii)  Song

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(I)  Guide the students in discussion the resurrection.

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Read the Biblical passages.

(ii)  Compare and contrast the surmounts account of the resurrection.

(iii)  Discuss the activities of women in the resurrection story.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Fellowship In The Early Church

CONTENT

(i)  Election of the successor to Judas Iscariot (Act 1:15-26)

(ii)  Characteristics of the early Christian communities (Acts 2:41-47, 4:32-37)

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Explain the reason for the replacement of Judas Iscariot.

(ii)  Identify the characteristics of the early

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  The Holy Bible

(ii)  Picture of people in worship

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Explain the difference between Hell monistic and native Hebrew Jews.

(ii)  Help students to relate problems of the Early Christian Community with the problem of tribalism characteristics today

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Read the Biblical passages.

(ii)  Describe the process by which Malthus was elected as a successor in Judas.

(iii)  Discuss the communal nature of the Early Christian Community.

(iv)  Explain the problem of the Early Christian community.

(v)  Discuss the qualification and the appointment of the recent deacons.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

The Holy Spirit At Pentecost

CONTENT

(I)  The promise of the Holy Spirit (Act 1:8)

(ii)  The coming of the Holy Spirit (Act 2:1-13)

(iii)  Peter’s speech (Acts 2:14-41)

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Recognise that the coming of the Holy spirit was the fulfillment of Jesus’s promise.

(ii)  Identify the signs that are associated with the coming of the Holy Spirit.

(iii)  Identify the major points in peters sermon.

(iv)  Recognize the fact that the Holy Spirit is still at work today.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  The Holy Bible

(ii)  Sing Songs on the Holy Spirit

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Guides students to read the Biblical text.

(ii)  Leads students to discuss the coming of the Holy Spirit as the fulfillment of Promise.

(iii)  Guide students to describe the signs associated with the coming of the Holy Spirit.

(iv)  Lead students to recount the major points in peters speech.

(v)  Guides students to identify ways in which the Holy Spirit Still manifests today.

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Discuss the fulfillment of Jesus’s Promise to send the Holy Spirit.

(ii)  List the signs associated with the coming of the Holy spirit.

(iii)  Point out the points made by Peter in his sermon.

(iv)  Identify ways through which the spirits are still at work today.

WEEK 7

TOPIC

Mission To The Gentles

CONTENT

(i) Saul’s conversion (Acts 9:1-19)

(ii)  Peters ministry in Lydda and Joppa (Acts 9:32-42)

(iii)  Significance of Saul’s conversion.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Describe Sauls conversation and recognize its effect on the spread of Christianity.

(ii)  Relate the mission of Peter in Lydda and Joppa.

(iii)  State the significance of Saul’s Conversion.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Biblical map of Paul’s missionary Journey.

(ii)  Map of the Holy land

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Leads students to discuss the Biblical passages.

(ii)  Guide students relating the conversion of Saul.

(iii)  Leads students to describe the mission of Peter.

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Discuss Sauls conversion.

(ii)  Identify key point of the mission of Peter.

(iii)  List the significance of the Sauls conversion.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

Opposition To The Gospel

CONTENT

(i)  Arrest and imprisonment of the opposition (Acts 4:1-31, 5:17-42).

(ii)  Sauls opposition to the Gospel (Acts 9:1-2,12:1-24,6:8-15,7:1-10)

(iii)  How the church prevails over the opposition.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Discuss the various types of opposition to the spread of the gospel.

(ii)  Identify the accusation leveled against the apostles and their defence.

(iii)  Discuss Sauls involvement in the opposition against the apostle.

(iv)  List ways the church prevail over opposition.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Role play “A” group of elders addressing younger people who have a new message.

(ii)  Picture of Saul persecuting Christian.

(iii)  Picture of people stoning Stephen.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Guide students through the Biblical passages.

(ii)  Lead students to  enumerate the accusation against the apostles

(iii)  Guide students through Saul and Herod involvement in opposing the gospel.

STUDENTS ACTIVITITES

(i)  Read the passages.

(ii)  Discuss reasons for the accusation leveled against the apostles.

(iii)  List the charges against Peter Stephen and John.

(iv)  Discuss Saul and Herod involvement in opposing the church

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Civic Responsibility

CONTENT

(i)  Definition and the need for order in the society (Rm.!3:1-7)

(ii)  Good citizenship ( I peter 2:13-17)

(iii)  How to be a good citizen.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Student should be able to:

(i)  Define civic responsibility and need for order in the society.

(ii)  Explain the need to be responsible and reliable

(iii)  Identify  their rights as enshrined in the Nigeria constitution.

(iv)  Explain what good citizenship means

(v)  Identify five duties of a good citizen.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Picture of police violating the right of people.

(ii)  Video film that portrays violation of  rights

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Guide the students to discuss the meaning of aree responsibility

(ii)  Lead students to read the Biblical passage and the various rights in the 3 documents.

(iii)  Guide students to enumerate ways of maintaining law and order.

(iv)  Leads students to identify their rights and responsibility.

STUDENTS ACTIVITITES

(i)  List different ways of submission to those in authority.

(ii)  Discuss the importance of respect for the right for the right of them.

(iii)  Identify ways through which those in authority can serve with Gods fear.

(iv)  Ask for explanation on the rights that are not cleared to them.

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Care Of The Sick

CONTENT

(i)  Meaning of HIV/AID and ways of contacting them.

(ii) Symptoms and prevention of HIV/AIDS

(iii)  Ways of caring those affected.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Explain what HIV/AIDS is

(ii)  Identify how people can be infected by HIV/AIDS

(iii)  State how HIV/AIDS can be prevented.

(iv) Identify how people can people can be infected by HIV/AIDS.

(v)  Examine how those who have been infected can be cored for.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Picture of infected patient with HIV/AIDS in the hospital

(ii)  Pictures of sexus performing an act of companssion or healing.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Leads students to define HIV/AIDS

(ii)  Guide students identify different ways of contacting HIV/AIDS and the symptoms

(iii)  Leads students to describe how HIV/AIDS can be prevented.

(iv)  Guide students to narrate the life and compassion of Jesus to the sick using the Biblical passages

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Ask questions

(ii)  Lists low people who can be infected and narrate how HIV/AIDS can be prevented.

(iii)  Discuss Jesus as a compassionate ansavior who lore sands care for the sick.

WEEK 11

TOPIC

compassionateIndependence And Self Activation

CONTENT

(i)  Definition of Independence and self Actualisation.

(ii)  Characteristics of self Actualised people.

(iii)  Skill Acquisition and Empowerment and their types.

BEHAVIOUR OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  To explain the concept of skill Acquisition and Empowerment.

(ii)  Recognise the power of creativity that is latent in them. (iii)  Identify different things which they can do with their lands.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)  Picture of a mechanic shed, farmer, Lairdressing saloon e.t.c.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i)  Leads discussion on the concept of skill acquisition and empowerment.

(ii)  Guide the students to list things they can do with their land.

(iii)  Identify the. various skill acquisition and empowerment

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

(i)  List things that can be done through skill acquisition.

(ii)  Example of different ways of being empowered and independent self-reliant.

(iii)  Discuss the advantages of being self-reliant in contrast to being dependent on others.

WEEK 12 &13

Revision And Examinations

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