2022/2023 First Term Christian Religious Study Scheme Of Work For SS3

Christian Religious Studies Scheme of work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR C.R.S

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL THREE

TERM: FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

REVISION

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Greed and its effect (Ahab and Ghazis )

CONTENTS

1)Ahab seizes azoth’s vineyard 1kings 21:1-21b

2)The effects of Ahab’s greed 1kg 21:17-29

3)Ghazi is greed and its consequences 2kg 5:1-27

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

1)explain the meaning of greed

2Recognize it as a cancerous vice that is injurious to industries and society.

3)recount the stories of Ahab and glaze greedy action

4)Give an example of greed in Nigeria

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

1)Graphic illustration of greed

2) Newspapers and other chippings on greed.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

1)Guild students to discuss the meaning of Greed

2)Leads students to read and summarize the biblical passage

3) Leads discussion on greed and how in Nigeled to massive computing.

LEARN in NigeriaER’S ACTIVITIES

1 Read the biblical

2)Discuss the stories of Ahab and ghazis

3) Discuss possible ways of curbing greed.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Making decision Solomon’s unused decision and that of reboot’s   

CONTENTS

1)Solomon unused decision 1kgs 9:15 23,11 :1-3

2)Reboot’s unwise decision and its consequence 1kgs 12:1-20

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

1)identify Solomon’s unwise decision

2describe the circumstance that

Lead to Rehoboam’s decision.

3)discuss the  consequence of unwise decisions

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

1 Newspaper carries on the consequence of the wrong decision

2video films deputy areng the disastrous consequences of wrong decisions e.g. war films.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

1 explain  the unwise decision of Solomon and the biblical text

2 mention some consequences of wrong decisions.

3 Explain the relevance of going for counseling before taking major decisions.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

1 Read the unwise decision of Rehoboam from the biblical text

2)Mention some consequences of a wrong decision

3Explain the relevance of going for counseling before decision.

4 Takedown notes as might be dictated and.

5 Ask questions

WEEK 4                            

TOPIC

Friendship

CONTENTS

The friendship between Jesus, Martha, and mar n y was cordial, L k 1032-42

(ii)friendship between Jesus and Lazarus  j n 11-44

(iii)Daniel sand and Jonathan 1 san 18;19

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson, students should be able to.

(i)differentiate between healthy and unhealthy friendships

(ii)Enumerate types of friendships

(iii)And identity character sites of good and bad friendship P.T.O.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

1)Dramatize a friendship that started well and end sour 

2) Dramatize a situation where a friend goes to gossip about his friend.

3)Show a film of youth at our party

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

Asks students to

1) Read and explain the biblical passage and define the word friendship.

2)Asks students questions

3) Guild students to have examples of good and bad friends.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

1 List characteristics of good and bad friends.

2) Discuss types of friendship that exist among their peer groups.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Religious Reform

CONTENTS

1. Prevent religious evils at the time of Josiah’s 1kgs 22.

2. Josiah’s reforms in Judah 1kg 23:4-14, 21-30.

3. Religious reforms in the north11kgs 23:15-20.

4. Some areas of religious reforms in Nigeria e.g. Removal of adulterous priest spiritualists, home sexual, lesbian pastors e.t.c.  

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

At the end of the lesson students should be able to: 1. Describe things Josiah’s religious reform.

2. Discuss the various phases of Josiah’s reform.

3. Point out similarities between the religious situation in Josiah’s day and today and.

4. Point out possible areas of religious reforms in Nigeria today and in their own lives as individuals.  

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

1. The Holy Bible

2. Clippings illustrate various vices and their effects. 

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

1. Leads a discussion on the time of Josiah

2. Guides students to identify the passages of Noah’s reforms in Judah and Samaria.

3. Lead a discussion on areas that need a reformation in the church and society as a whole

4. Encourage students to carry out a self-examination of their religious and social lives to know if it is conformity with the word of God.     

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

1. Read the referenced passage.

2. Point out religious evil at the things kg Josiah.

3. Point out the different phases of JJosiah’sreforms.

4. Examine selves to know if their religious and social lives tally with the word of God.  

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Concern for one’s Nation

CONTENTS

(a)The captivity and destruction of Jerusalem 2kg 24, 25:1-17

(b) Report on the condition of the nation Neh 1:30

(c) The concern of Nehemiah, Ezra, and Zerubabel for their nation and their response to the state of the nation despite opposition.  

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

(1)Describe the events that led to the collapse of the Jewish nation

(2) Describe the condition of the people that were left in Jerusalem after the deportation

(3) Discuss the concern of Nehemiah, Ezra, and Zerubabel regarding the further nation and their

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(1)Guides students to read the bible and summarize\the reference passages.

(2) Explains the roles played by Nehemiah, Ezra, and Zerubbabel

(3) Points out the opposition faced by these nationalists

(4) Give reasons why the nationalists and not give up their trusted God.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(1) Read the reference passages

(2) Write points in their notebooks

(3) Ask and answer the teacher’s questions.

Neh.1:1-11, 2:9-20 Ezra 1:5-11, 7:1-10.

d)Reconstruction of the nation in the face of opposition Ezra 4,5:1-2,6:13-22 Neh. 4:1-23.

e. Responsibility to our nation Nigeria: political economic stability spiritual reawaking E.T.C.  

Response to the state of the nation despite opposition.

4. Relate the lessons from the unit to our responsibility towards our nation.

5. Asks student to identify areas in our national life that needs to be reformed, and answer their interests to seek the good of the country.

6. Asks thought-provoking questions that will make the students more patriotic and kick against indiscipline.     

WEEK 7

TOPIC

Faith In God

CONTENTS

The command to worship king Nebuchadnezzar’s image Dan 3:1-7

(2) Refusal of Shad rack, Meshach, and Abednego’s and to worship the king’s image

(3) Punishment for the refusal and God’s deliverance

(4) Effects of their faith and courage on the people –Babylonians and Jesus 

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

(1) Narrate the story of Shad rack,

Meshach and Abednego

(2) discuss how the men demonstrated faith in God and their miraculous deliverance

(3) Discuss the effects of the faith of the three men on the Babylonians and Jesus

(4) recognize that laws or degrees can be made for selfish reasons by leadership

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(1) The Holy Bible

(2) Poster and sticker about faith and courage  

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(1) Guides students to read the bible passages

(2) Explains difficult passages

(3) Leads students to appreciate the faith and courage of those men

(4) Leads a discussion on God’s deliverance for those who trust in him.

(5) Encourages students.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(1) Reads their bible

(2) Listen and ask questions

(3) Participation in class discussion

(4) Take notes.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

The Arrest And Trials Of Jesus Christ.

CONTENTS

(1) Christ before the High priest matt14-75

(2) Christ before Herod LK 22:66-71 Enumerate and the Romans authorities matt 2711-31

(3) Christ before Herod LK 236-12

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

(1) Mention three authorities that med Jesus

(2) Explain the reaction of Jesus to the various accusation

(3) Indicate the verdict of each authority and what influence that verdict

(4)State how Jesus was arrested and corruption to how arrest is done in Nigeria.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(1) The Holy Bible

(2) Film show titled JESUS OF NAZARETH

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(1)Makes the Jesus film available to watch

(2) Guides the students in their discussion

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

Read the narrative of the three seraphic gospels.

Discussion of the procedure of each trial and arrest

Discuss how fair the verdict was given the evidence

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Leadership Joseph as a Leader

CONTENTS

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

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

(iii) Lesson learned under Joseph as a leader.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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 JJoseph’sleadership style with what is operating today

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

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(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 sstudent’sdiscussion on leadership

(iii) Guide students to write the summarized notes.

LEARNER’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 10

TOPIC

Leadership

Moses As a Leader

CONTENTS

(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, E x.6:28-30,7:1-7)

(iii) Moses qualifies as a

Leader.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)Describe the events of MMoses’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 MATERIALS

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. 

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read all relevant biblical passages

(ii) Recount the early life of Moses

(iii) Describe how Moses managed the complaining brachiates

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

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

WEEK 11

TOPIC

Leadership

Joshua as a leader

CONTENTS

(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. 

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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 MATERIALS

(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.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read relevant biblical passages

(ii) Dramatize the fall of Jericho.

WEEK 12 & 13.

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