2022/2023 Third 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: THIRD-TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1.

Revision

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Concern For One’s Nation

CONTENT

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

(ii) Nehemiah’s response to the state of the nation and the reconstruction of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh.1:1-11, 2:9-20, 4:1-25, Ezra 1:11, 4:5:1-2, 6:13-22, 7:1-10).

(iii) Our responsibility to our Nation (Nigeria).

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Describe the event that led to the collapse of the Hebrew Nation.

(ii) Analyze the condition of the people that were left in Jerusalem all in the Deportation.

(iii) State the concern of Nehemiah, Ezra, and Zerubbabel for their nation and their response to the state of the nation despite opposition.

(iv) Relate the lesson to our improbability towards our nation.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Holy Bible

(ii) A paper chart containing the national anthem, national pledge, and the coat of arms.

(iii) Sticker on W.A.I.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide the students to read the Bible

(ii) Explain the roles played by Nehemiah, Ezra, and Zerubbabel

(ii) Point out the opposition faced by the three men as patriots.

(iv) Give reasons why the patriots did not give up their trust in God.

(v) Ask students to identify areas in our national life that needs reformation.

(vi) Ask questions that will the students to be more patriotic.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the reference passages.

(ii) Write summary notes.

(iii) Ask and answer teacher questions.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Faith In God

CONTENT

(i) The command to worship the king’s image. (Dan 3:1-7)

(ii) Refusal, Punishment, and God Dehrerance

(iii) Effect of their faith, and courage on the people.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Narrate the story of Shadrach Meshach and Abednego.

(ii) Discuss how the men demonstrated their faith in God and miraculous deliverance.

(iii) Discuss the effect of their faith on the baby hernias and Jesus

(iv) Recognize that laws can be made by cellist leaders for personal reasons.  

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Holy Bible.

(ii) Posters and Stickers about faith and courage.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide `the students to read the Bible text.

(ii) Explain areas of difficulty.

(iii) Lead the students to appreciate the faith and courage of the three men.

(iv) Leads a discussion to go to deliverance for those who trust in him.

(v) Encourages the students.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read their bible

(ii) Listen and ask teacher questions.

(iii) Participate in the class discussion.

(iv) Take down notes. 

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Faith In God (Faith and Power Of God.)

CONTENT

(I) A law to worship the king and Daniel expresses his faith in God (Dan 6:1-15).

(ii) Daniel in him, Dan and the manifestation of God’s power (Dan6:11-24).

(iii) Effect of Daniel’s faith and Qualities of Daniel’s (Dan.1:3-8, 6:3-5,10, 16:6 22-23).

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Narrate the story of Daniels’s deliverance

(ii) Identify the qualities of Daniel worthy of emulation

(iii) Discuss the effect of our faith on others

(iv) Point out what leavers need to examine critically advice by their cabinet men hers.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Holy Bible

(ii) Sticker depicting

 Power of God worked by faith in God.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide the students to read the passages.

(ii) Lead the students to identify the circumstances surrounding Daniel’s expression of absolute faith in God

(iii) Ask the student to identify from the passages qualities of Daniel worthy of emulation

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the bible passages

(ii) Listen, ask and answer teacher questions

(iii) Identities in Daniel’s story are a demonstration of God’s power

(iv) Take down notes.

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WEEK 5

TOPIC

True Religion And Social Justice.

CONTENT

(i)True Religion (AMOS 5:21-23-25,4,4,5

(ii)social vi of the time of Amos and still rampant today(Amos 2:6-8, 4:1-1:7-13)

(iii) Opposition Against Amos by Amelia and God Divine Judgment of evil-doers (Amos 7:10-17, 4:2-3, 6-10, 5;14-20, 6,7:16, 16-17, 8:9-10).

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to:

(i) Explain what true religion is

(ii) Recount the social vices at the time of Amos and in Nig. Today.

(iii) Point out that Christina leaders need the courage to break up against the areas in the society especially as it affects the government.

(iv) Recognise that there is punishment for evil-doers.

(v) Point out that at times, those who speak the truth are in danger of losing their lives, and properties. t.c.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The holy Bible

(ii) Flashcards of words depicting true religion.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  • Heads the students to discuss what true religion is or is not.
  • Guide them to read the Bible passage.
  • List social evils in the time of Amos
  • Lead discussions on opposition godly men, social critics face daily and need to remain steadfast.
  • Lead the students on the punishment availing evil does here on earth and in heaven.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

  • Participate in class discussions.
  • Read the Biblical Passage.
  • Copy into their notes a list of social evils at the time of Amos and in Nigeria today.
  • Identify the similarities in the list of social evils
  • Discuss what would be God’s punishment for evildoers.
  • Discuss and identify risks often faced by divine men and human rights activists.

WEEK 6             

TOPIC

Divine Love

CONTENT

 (i)hostel marriage to comer a harlot (hostel)

(ii) God’s love for bread and their unfaithfulness (hostel 2;5;6;1;11)

(iii)God promises for those who return to him in repentance (hostel 1-4) 

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should  be able to

(i)Nonrated the story of Hostel marital experience

(ii)compare comer hostel with unfaithfulness with that of Israel to God.

(iii)Recognize god stead far love for bread and all human beings despite our unfaithfulness.

(iv)Discus the need is responded positively to god love through penitence.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)The holy bible 

(ii)Tracts

(iii)Charts containing

Invitation to Christ.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Narrate the hotel’s marital experience

(ii)Explain the symbolic nature of Hosea’s marriage and the significance of the names of his children.

(iii)leads the dens on the companion of gomers a faithfulness and Israel.

(iv)Guides students to identify stead for love and knowledge of god.

(v)lead students to respond positively to god love before it is too late.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read the Bible passage

(ii)Listen ask and answer questions.

(iii)compare the unfaithfulness of comer to her has a band with all of the brand.

(iv)Identify those theme message

(v)Discuss the news for individuals to respond positively to God’s love before it’s too late.

WEEK 7

TOPIC

The Baptism Of Jesus Christ

CONTENT

 (i)Meaning and purpose of Baptism

(ii) The synoptic account of the baptism of Jesus Christ (mt3:13-7,mk1:9-11, LK3:21-22)

(iii) The significance of the baptism of Jesus Christ.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to:

(i)Explain the meaning of baptism

(ii) Indicate the purpose of baptism

(iii) Compare the synoptic account of baptism.

(iv) Indicate the significance account of baptism.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)The holy Bible

(ii) The Bible picture of the baptism of Jesus.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Guide students to clarify the meaning and purpose of baptism as meant for the sinner who repented

(ii) Discusses that the purpose of Jesus’ baptism differed because he had no sin

(iii) List the purpose of Jesus’ baptism

(iv) Guide the student as they compared the synoptic account of Jesus’ Baptism.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)They should define the term baptism and its purpose among Christians

(ii) Listen ask and answer teachers’ questions

(iii) Participate actively in the discussion on lessons learned from Jesus submitting himself for baptism.

WEEK 8

TOPIC

The Temptation Of Jesus Christ.

CONTENT

(i)Meaning and significance of Jesus’ temptation.

(ii)the synoptic account of the temptation of Jesus Christ (matt:1-14:1-11

Matt 1:12-13, Lk4:1-13).

(iii)Temptation in the world today and ways of recurring sin.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to      

(i)Compare the different accounts of the temptation of Jesus contained in the synoptic gospels.

(ii)Explain the significance of each of the temptations of Jesus.

(iii) Lot of temptations young people face in the world today.

(iv)Describe how Jesus Overcome the temptation.

 (v)Recognize that no one is above temptation.    

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)The holy bible

(ii)Students describe their personal experiences with temptation and how they Overcome it.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Guild the students to read the account of Jesus’ temptation in history.

(ii)Ask K to compare the three accounts and point out the similarities and differences.

(iii)Ask the students to limit temptation in the world today, especially the one faced by the youth.

(iv)Guides ram to find out how Jesus Overcome by using the word of God.  

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read the passage from the nice synoptic

(ii)compare the three accounts of the gospels noting the similarities and differences

(iii)List temptations in the world today.

(iv)Bring out from the passage how Jesus Overcome temptation

(v)suggest ways to Overcome temptation in the world today. 

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Call To Discipleship.

CONTENT

(i)call of disciples and their responded(matt 4:18:25 ,9:9-13,10:1-4 ,mark 1:16-20,mrk 2:13-17 lk 5:1-11)

(ii)The importance of the call of the disciple to know ministry (mrk28:19-20,mrk 16 15 -19,lk5:10)

(iii)The factors militating against discipleship (mrk8:18-22,lk9:52-63 14:33)

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

(i)Explain the importance of the call of disciples to the ministry of Jesus.

(ii)point out the response of the difference in discipleship

(iii)List forms that militate against discipleship

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)the holy bible

(ii)Map of palatine in the times of Christ showing places mentioned in the stories.

(iii)picture of martyrs.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

 (i)Guide the student to read reference passage

(ii)Lead them to discuss the response of the differences between disciples Jesus called.

(iii)Asks them to say what they would be their attitude and respond if Jesus calls them today.

(iv)guild them to discover from the referenced passage and their personal Experience: factors

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read the bible passages to uncover the reason why Jesus called the disciples

(ii)Durable response of the different disciples Jesus called.

(iii)Identify what their reaction would be if Jesus called them today.

(iv)Mention factors that militate against discipleship.

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Mission Of The Apostles

CONTENT

(i)mission of the twelve

(matt 10:1:15,matt 6 :7-13,lk 9:1-16.

(ii)Mission of the seventy (Lk10:1-24).

(iii)Achievement of the twelve and seventy disciples.

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

(i)Explain the differences in the synoptic account of the mission of the twelve.

(ii)Find out the difference in the instructions given to the twelve and seventy.

(iii) identify the achievement of each mission and the significance

(iv)Deduce reasons for the difference in the synoptic account.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i)The Bible

(ii)The picture

of missionaries.

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Guild student the bible passage and note instructions are given in the mission of the twelve by the synoptic

(ii)Ask them to find out the reasons for the difference in instructions among the three synoptic

(iii)Explain the reasons for the differences in the instruction given by each synoptic.

(iv)Leads a session on the achievement of the two missions respectively and the significance of each mission.

STUDENT’S ACTIVITIES

(i)Read the bible references

(ii)discuss the references in the instruction given in the mission of the twelve.

(iii)copy points into their notebooks.

(iv)Participate in the discussion on the achievement of each mission.

WEEK 11 – 13

Revision And Examination

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