2022/2023 Third 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: THIRD-TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

REVISION

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Spiritual Gifts

CONTENTS

(i) Definition of spiritual gifts and talent (1 Cor 12:4-8, Eph 4:11-13)

(ii) Functions of Spiritual gifts to the church

(iii)  The significance of Paul’s teaching on the church.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i)  Identify at least seven spiritual gifts

(ii) States the values and uses of spiritual gifts

(iii) Identify where mrmg emphasis is placed on certain spiritual gifts

(iv) Differentiate between spiritual gifts and talents

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Bible

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Guide students to read all Bible passages

(ii) Lead class discussion

(iii) Give assignments on the effective use of spiritual gifts in the church.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Participate in discussion of similarities and differences between talents and spiritual gifts

(ii) Student identify their own spiritual gifts

(iii) List effective use of the spiritual gift in the church.

WEEK 3

TOPIC

Forgiveness

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning of forgiveness and how to receive forgiveness for ones sin

(Cor.5-18-19 Heb.8:12 1John 1:9-10)

(ii) The importance and implication of forgiveness (MT6:12,18:21-23)

(iii) Saint Paul’s teaching on forgiveness.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) State the meaning of forgiveness

(ii) Indicate how to receive forgiveness for one’s sin

(iii) Recognize the need to forgive others. 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The holy Bible

(ii) Jesus’ parable on forgiveness.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Leads students to read all relevant Bible passages

(ii) Leads students to discuss the consequences of forgiveness and of unforgiveness.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Bible passages

(ii) Discuss the practical meaning of forgiveness and why it is difficult to forgive certain offenses

(iii) Make a lot of the offenders and resolve to forgive them.

WEEK 4

TOPIC

The Family

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning of family and types

(ii) Rights and duties of family members (col.3:18-22, 1peters 3:1-7,Ehp.5:21-33)

(iii) Behaviors that destabilize a family. 

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Define Family and state types

(ii) State the rights and duties of family members

(iii) Identify the values found in family relationships

(iv) Discuss the consequences of the failure of family members to perform their duties. 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) Family Tree

(ii) Picture of family members in fellowship.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Gives reading assignments to students

(ii) Class members to describe their traditional family system

(iii) Describe the roles, rights, and obligations of each member of the family

(iv) Discuss sources and consequences of conflict within the family.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Bible passages

(ii) Discuss their traditional family system

(iii) Describe the role, rights, and obligations of each member of the family.

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Humility

CONTENTS

(i) Definition of humilities and ways of demonstrating it (Phil 2:1-11, James 4:10,1Peter 5:5-9, John 11:3-5)

(ii) Benefits of humility (James 4:10, 1Peter 5:6)

(iii)Consequences of pride (James 4:6, 1Peter 5:5,mt 23:12).

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to :

(i) Explain what humanity means in relation to Christian living

(ii) Describe ways of demonstrating humility

(iii) Identify the benefits of humility

(iv) List consequences of pride.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) The Bible

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Shares with the class primal observation of how pride and humility had been rewarded in real life

(ii) Guide student’s discussion on humility

(iii) Encourage the memorization of James 4:10.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the Biblical passages

(ii) Discuss the virtues of Christian living as contained in the teal.

(iii) Debate “Humility is not Stupidity”

(iv) Memorize James 4:10

(v) Share personal experiences of how humility has been rewarded.

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Effective Prayer

CONTENTS

(i) Meaning of prayer and types

(ii) Factor that hinders effective prayer (MT 6:7-13)

(iii) St James teaching on effective prayer (James 1:2-8, 4:1-3, 5:13-20).

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Explain the meaning of prayer and state types

(ii) Explain why some prayers are not answered

(iii) Identify types of prayer.  

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) Pictures of people praying together

(ii) Pictures of Jesus at prayer.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Explain the meaning of prayer

(ii) List the causes of unanswered prayer

(iii) Explain the passage

(iv) Demonstrate gestures in prayer

(v) Explain types of prayer.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Read the passages

(ii) Say some prayer

(iii) Identify and explain types of prayer

(iv) Ask questions.

WEEK 7

TOPIC

The Second Coming of Jesus Christ

CONTENTS

(i) The resurrection of Christ (mt.28:1-8,MK.16:1-6,LK 24:1-11)

(ii) The second coming of Christ

(iii) The signs of the second coming of Jesus (1 Thes 4:13-18, 2 Thes 2:1-12).

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to:

(i) Describe the Account of resurrection in the synoptic

(ii) Recognize that Jesus will come again at the time

(iii) Describe the signs of the second coming

(iv) Explain heaven, hell, and judgment.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(i) Picture of someone being a Judge in a court of law

(ii) Picture of someone carrying out good works.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Read Biblical text and explain the implication

(ii) Ask the student whether they have been carrying out what the teal is saying

(iii) Explain the pains of hell and the joy of heaven and urge students to love and care for everyone.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(i) Writing assignment on the Biblical texts

(ii) Dramatize a situation whereby someone a judge condemned another judge and freed

(iii) Visit any sick person in the neighborhood in the hospital

(iv) Carrying out one act of charity and reporting what they did.    

WEEK 8.

TOPIC

Living a life of witnessing to Christ.

CONTENTS

(1)Peter’s message on Christian living

1Peter 1:13-17,2:9-25,4:1-19

(2) Paul’s statement on children of the light Rom 13:11-14

(3) Social vices and witnessing of Christ

(4) Tolerance and peaceful co-existence

(5) Meaning of civic responsibilities and examples.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

(1)Explain the meaning of being a true witness for Christ

(2) Explain the importance of living through good examples

(3) Discuss some of the social vices in the society

(4) Describe some of their civic responsibilities.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(1)Paper chippings on social vices

(2) Pictures of addicts and alcoholics

(3) Pictures of prisoners who here been in jail because of social vices

(4) T.V adverts on combating social vices.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(1)Explain the necessity of living a holy life

(2) Tells a story of how living a good life pays off at the end

(3) Explains the negative outcome of social vices.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(1)Read the Biblical passages

(2) Discuss some of the bad practices they see in their surroundings

(3) Suggest ways through which Christians can abstain

(4) Give examples of how they have been maltreated and how a Christian should respond to that.

WEEK 9

TOPIC

The Christian attitude towards persecution

CONTENTS

(1)Peter’s message to Christian under persecutor, 1Peter 5-9,4:12-19

(2) Jesus’ message on the love of enemies, Mathew 5:38-48

(3) The persecution of choir

(4) Suffering and the Christian’s attitude to persecution.

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

(1)Explain how persecution and suffering are part of the effects of witnessing for Christ

(2) Explain how Christ was also persecuted

(3) Recognize that suffering strengthens the faith of Christians and is part of the cross which Christians must bear and

(4) Recognize and describe the right Christian attitude to persecutors and how some Christians are being persecuted in some parts of Nigeria.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(1)Video film on the persecutors of early Christians

(2) Picture of Christ on the cross.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(1)Explains the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus as a good example for his followers

(2) Emphasis that Christians should be ready to face persecutions at any time and everywhere

(3) Mention places where Christians are being persecuted by being denied lands to build churches, schools, or hospitals not being promoted, etc.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(1)Read the Biblical passages on early Christians

(2) Pictures of Christ on the cross.

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Impartiality

CONTENTS

(1)Meaning of impartiality

(2) All human beings are equal before God

(3) Warning against pre-justice in James2:1-13

The “Golden Rule”, matt 7:12 Lk 6: 31 Negative effects of nepotism, favoritism, and tribalism on society.   

BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

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

(1)Describe the meaning of impartiality

(2) Justify the need to treat people equally since all human beings are equal before God

(3) Describe the negative effects of nepotism use on society.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

(1)The film mother Theresa of Calcutta

(2) Pictures of nurses and doctors treating people in hospitals with our discrimination.

TEACHERS ACTIVITIES

(1) Read the Biblical passages

(2) Mention instances of partiality and impartiality

(3) Use stories to make the concepts clear

(4) Discusses the need to be impartial to all people rich or poor

(5) Explained how keeping the golden rule can lead to a humane and just society.

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

(1)Read the Biblical passages

(2) Dramatize an impartial situation

(3) Write short essays on tribalism and nepotism in society.

WEEK 11-13.

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