2022/2023 Second 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: SECOND TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK1

Revision

WEEK 2

TOPICS

Dignity of Labour

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning of Dignity of labor (II Thess.3:6-15)

(ii) Ways by which Christians should uphold the idea of Dignity of labor

(iii) Reasons why Christians should be gainfully employed.  

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Define Dignity of labor

(ii) Recognize ways by which Christians should uphold the ideals of Dignity of Labour

(iii) State the reasons why Christians should be gainfully employed.   

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) Video films of the people at their working places

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guides students to define the concept

(ii) Leads students to enumerate the different types of labor

(iii) Guide them to appreciate that no work is menial and that each person’s work contributes is the general well-being of society.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Identify the benefits of hard work

(ii) Discuss the Biblical obligation to work

(iii) Enumerate what is today considered menial jobs.

WEEK 3

TOPICS

Jesus Teaching

Ability Himself

CONTENTS

(i) Jesus as the lamb Jn 10:1-18)

(ii) Jesus as the door

(iii) Jesus as the good shepherd (Jn 10:1-18)

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Identify Jesus as the lamb; The door and the good shepherd.

(ii) Discuss the qualities of a good shepherd

(iii) Explain the significance of Jesus as the lamb, the door, and the good shepherd

(iv) Relate the significance of each term to their life experiences.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Holy Bible

(ii) Other relevant textbooks

(iii) Picture of a shepherd and his or her flock.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide students to read the Bible passage

(ii) Leads the discussion on the function of a good shepherd

(iii) Explain the significance of Jesus as the lamb, the door and the good shepherd.

LEARNER’S ACTICITIES

(i) Students read Bible passages

(ii) Participate in class discussion

(iii) Ask and answer question

(iv) Copy chalkboard summary.

WEEK 4

TOPICS

Jesus Teaching About Himself

CONTENTS

(i) Jesus as the light of the world (Jn 3:19) Jn 8:12, 9:4-5)

(ii) Working in the light(Jn 12:35-36)

(iii) The outcome of working in the darkness.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Recognize Jesus as the light of the world

(ii) Indicate the consequences of working in darkness

(iii) State the outcome of working in darkness

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) Darkroom

(ii) Torchlight

(iii) Song “A great ring to walk in the light.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Ask students to read the Bible passage

(ii) Leads students to discuss their experiences when they walk in darkness in contradiction to walking in the light.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Bible passages

(ii) discuss their experiences walking in contradiction to walking in the light

(iii) Participate in the class discussion.

WEEK 5

TOPICS

Jesus Teaching About Himself

CONTENTS

(i) Jesus as the true vine (John 15:1-11)

(ii) Jesus as the living water (John 4:7-15)

(iii) Jesus as the living bread (John 6:25-40)

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

(i) Students should be able to:

Identify Jesus as the True Vine, the Living water, and the living bread.

(ii) State the significance of the three concepts.

(iii) Enumerates values besides food and water that are necessary for the human beings to grow and find happiness

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

The students themselves as resources materials to demonstrate the importance of food and water.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide students to read Bible references.

(ii) Explain the significance of Jesus as bread and water.

(iii) Leads discussion on consequences of living a life outside Christ

(iv) Leads discussion on other values besides food and water necessary for human existence.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Discussion of life outside Christ.

(ii) Read the Bible references.

(iii) Discuss the importance of food and water in human existence.

(iv) Enumerate other values necessary for human existence.

(v) Copy notes as dictated.

WEEK 6

TOPICS

God’s Love For Man

CONTENTS

(i) Types of love.

(ii) Demonstration of Gods love to human being (John 3:16-18).

(iii) Need for the human beings to respond to God’s love.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Identify the various types of love

(ii) Recognize the extent of God’s love for human beings.

(iii) State the need for human beings to respond to God’s love.

(iv) List the qualities of love.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Holy Bible

(ii) Students dramatize the love of parents for their children.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain the different types of love by explaining unconditional love.

(ii) Discuss the final demonstration of God’s love.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Listen and participate in the discussion.

(ii) Ask answer questions.

(iii) Copy points into their note

(iv) Read the Bible passages.

WEEK 7

TOPICS

Justification By Faith

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning and need for justification (Rm. 3:23, Gal. 3:19-21)

(ii) The fruits of justification (Rm. 5:1-11, Gal. 2:19-21. 5:22)

(iii) The significance of justification by faith.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) State the meaning of the term justification.

(ii) Discuss conditions necessary for justification.

(iii) Describe the fruits of justification

(iii) Describe the fruits of justification in relation to life.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Holy Bible

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain the meaning of justification in legal terms and as used in the passage.

(ii) Asks students to read the Bible passage.

(iii) Guide students to dramatize a law court whose an offender is granted an unconditional pardon.

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Listen and ask questions

(ii) Read the Bible passages.

(iii) Dramatize a law court where an offender is granted an unconditional pardon.

WEEK 8

TOPICS

New Life In Christ.

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning of old life and its characteristics (Gal. 5:19-21, Col. 3:5-7)

(ii) Characteristics of the new life (Gal. 5: 22-24)

(iii) Need for change and shell to new life (Rom. 6:12-19, Col. 3:1-6

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Describe the nature of the old life.

(ii) Define the old life and state its characteristics.

(iii) Describe the characteristics of new life.

(iv) Recognise the need for change and stick to the new life.

 INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Bible

(ii) Picture of victorious Gods fearing men and women in the society

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain the term old life.

(ii) Ask the students to list characteristics of an old life.

(iii) Explain the need to change to a new life in Christ.

(iv) Guide students to list from the Bible passages and from the social characteristics of new life in Christ Jesus.

(v) Explain the need to stick to new life in Christ Jesus.

WEEK 9

TOPICS

Sonship

CONTENTS

(i) Jesus Christ, the son of God (Rm. 8:3,17,32)

(ii) Christians are also children of God (Rm. 8:1-39, Gal. 3:25-29)

(iii) Responsibilities of Christians as Nigerian citizens (1 Peter 2:13-17)

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Explain what being son of God means in the passage.

(ii) Recognise that makes and females are all children of God.

(iii) Discuss the rights and responsibilities of Christians as children of God and Nigerian citizens.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Bible

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain that all children are sons and daughters of God, through faith in Jesus Christ.

(ii) Ask students to read the passage.

(iii) List their rights and responsibilities as children of God.

(iv) Lead discussion on the rights and responsibilities of students as Nigerian citizens.

WEEK 10

TOPICS

Faith And Work

CONTENTS

(i) St. James Teaching on faith and work (James 1:22-27, 2:14-26)

(ii) Ways of demonstrating faith based on the Teaching of St. James

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Explain the concept of faith as a requirement for pleasing God.

(ii) Explain the concept of works as used in James 2:14-26

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Bible

Video Clip of the rich young ruler LK 18:18-27.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide students to study the Bible.

(ii) Lead students in faith–work relationships.

WEEK 11

TOPICS

The Fruit Of The Spirit

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning and the fruit of the flesh. (Gal. 15:19-21)

(ii)  The fruit of the spirit (Gal. 5:22-25)

(iii) How to bear the fruit of the spirit (Act 2: 38, RM. 10:9: 10)

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

(i) Distinguish between the fruit of the spirit and that of the flesh.

(ii) Identify whether their conduct is in consonance with the fruit of the spirit or flesh.

(iii) Identify ways of bearing fruits of the spirit

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) Two charts of fruits bearing trees – (1) flesh

(2) spirit

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain every word on the chart of fruit-bearing trees.

(ii) Leads students to examine themselves

LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Learn the meaning of every word on the list.

(ii) Discuss some of the conduct prevalent among their peer groups.

(iii) Discus how to “walk in the spirit”. Gal. 5:16

(iv) Memorize and recite Gal. 5:19-23.

WEEKS 12 & 13

Revision And Examination

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