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SCHEME  OF  WORK                    FORM FOUR C.R.E.                    TERM   ONE  20……………

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INTRODUCTION TO  CHRISTIAN ETHICS

 

 

The meaning and importance of Christian ethics.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

Define ethics.

Define Christian ethics.

 

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 1-2

 

 

 

 

2

Principles of Christian ethics.

– Internal guides.

 

Discuss internal guides as  basis of Christian ethics. Narrations;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 3-4

 

 

3

Principles of  Christian ethics.

– External guides.

 

Discuss external guides as  basis of Christian ethics. Narrations;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 4-5

 

 

4

Principles of  Christian ethics.

– The Bible

 

Highlight biblical teachings of the bible on Christian ethics. Scripture reading;

Narrations;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 6-7

 

 

2

1

Principles of  Christian ethics.

The Christian community.

 

Cite roles of Christian community in shaping morality. Probing questions;

Detailed discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 7-8

 

 

2

Principles of  Christian ethics.

The natural law and situational ethics.

 

Discuss natural law and situational ethics as bases of Christian ethics.

 

Narrations;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 8-9

 

 

3

Christian values that enhance justice.

love, honesty, justice.

Highlight  and discuss some Christian values that enhance creation of a just society. Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 9-12

 

 

4

Christian values that enhance justice.

respect, humility, persistence, chastity.

Discuss some Christian values that enhance creation of a just society. Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 12-13

 

3

1

Life skills.

– critical thinking.

– creative thinking

 

Discuss critical thinking and creative thinking as life skills. Real life narrations;

Exposition;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 14-15

 

2

Life skills.

decision making.

– self esteem & assertiveness.

 

 

Discuss decision making, assertiveness and self esteem as life skills. Q/A and detailed discussion;

Topic review.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 16-17

 

3

3

HUMAN SEXUALITY

Definition of human sexuality.

Define human sexuality.

Discuss sexuality as an integral part of human personality.

Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 21-22

 

4

Traditional African understanding of human sexuality. Discuss traditional African understanding of human sexuality. Probing questions;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 22-24

 

4

1

Christian teaching on human sexuality. Highlight some Christian teachings on human sexuality. Bible reading;

Q/A and discussion.

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pg 24

 

2

Male-female relationships in traditional African practice.

Discuss male-female relationships in traditional African practice.

Probing questions;

Open discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 24-24

 

3

Christian teaching on male-female relationships. Highlight some Christian teachings on male-female relationships. Bible reading;

Q/A and discussion;

Real life narrations;

Written exercise.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 26-27

 

4

RESPONSIBLE SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR

 

Christian teaching on responsible sexual behaviour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highlight some Christian teachings on responsible sexual behaviour.

 

 

 

 

 

Bible reading;

Q/A and discussion;

Real life narrations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Bible.

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 26-27

 

5

1

Christian teaching on irresponsible sexual behaviour.

-incest.

-rape.

 

Highlight some Christian teachings on incest and rape.

State effects of incest and rape.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

Newspaper extracts.

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 30-36

 

2

Christian teaching on fornication.

 

 

Highlight some Christian teachings on fornication.

State effects of fornication.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Q/A and discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 336-38

 

3

Christian teaching on adultery.

 

 

Highlight some Christian teachings on adultery.

State effects of adultery.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Q/A and discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 38-40

 

4

Christian teaching on prostitution.

 

 

Highlight some Christian teachings on prostitution.

State effects of prostitution

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Open discussion.

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 40-42

 

6

1

Christian teaching on homosexuality and lesbianism.

 

Highlight some Christian teachings on homosexuality and lesbianism.

State effects of  homosexuality and lesbianism.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 42-44

 

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2

Christian teaching on divorce and abortion. Highlight some Christian teachings on divorce and abortion.

List some effects of  divorce and abortion.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Q/A and discussion.

 

The Bible.

Relevant print media extracts.

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 44-46

 

3

STIs

Identify common STIs.

State symptoms and effects of STIs.

 

Open discussion. Resource person. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 46-47

 

4

HIV and AIDS.

Identify methods of HIV spread.

Discuss the impact of AIDS.

Explain the role of the church in combating AIDS.

Brain storming;

Open discussion.

Resource person. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 47-51

 

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1

MARRIAGE

 

The meaning of marriage.

 

 

Define marriage.

Identify forms of marriage.

 

Q/A and brief discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pg 53

 

2

Traditional African understanding of marriage.

Discuss traditional African understanding of marriage. Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 53-57

 

3,4

C. A.T.  & MID-TERM BREAK        

 

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1

Christian teaching on marriage. Highlight some Christian teachings on marriage.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

Relevant print media extracts.

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 57-60

 

2

Secular approach to marriage. Discuss secular approach to marriage.

Compare and contrast secular and Christian views.

Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 60-61

 

3,4

Preparation for marriage in an African view.

Describe preparation for marriage in an African view. Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 61-66

 

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Preparation for marriage in a Christian view.

Describe preparation for marriage in a Christian context. Bible reading;

Narrations;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 66-70

 

3,4

Celibacy.

State advantages of celibacy.

Cite reasons for observing celibacy.

Give a biblical account on celibacy.

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Probing questions;

Open discussion;

Topic review.

The bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 71-72

 

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1

THE FAMILY

 

Definition of the family.

Types of families.

 

 

Define a family.

 

List types of families.

 

 

Q/A and brief discussion.

   

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 74-76

 

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2

Traditional African understanding of the family.

Discuss traditional African understanding of the family. Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 76-77

 

3

Christian understanding of the family. Highlight some Christian teachings on marriage.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 77-79

 

4

Responsible parenthood.

Highlight qualities of responsible parents. Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 79-81

 

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1

Contraception. Discuss natural and artificial methods of contraception.

 

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

Artificial contraceptives. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 81-84

 

2

Traditional African responses to problems related to families.

Discuss some traditional African responses to problems related to families.

Suggest possible solutions to these problems.

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 84-90

 

3,4

Christian responses to problems related to families today.

Discuss some Christian  responses to problems related to families today.

Suggest possible solutions to these problems.

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 84-90

 

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END OF TERM ONE EXAMS

 

SCHEME  OF  WORK                    FORM FOUR C.R.E.                    TERM   TWO  20……………  

WK

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L/

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TOPIC/

SUBTOPIC

LESSON / SPECIFIC

OBJECTIVES
TEACHING / LEARNING

ACTIVITIES

MATERIALS

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RESOURCES

REF. REM.
1

1

CHRISTIAN APPROACH TO WORK

 

The meaning of work and vocation.

Reasons for engaging in work.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

Define work and vocation.

 

Cite reasons why people work

 

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 92-93, 96

 

 

 

 

2

Types of work. Describe various types of work. Probing questions;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 93-96

 

 

3

Traditional African attitude to work. Highlight some traditional African attributes to work. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 96-98

 

 

4

Secular attitude to work. Discuss secular attitude to work. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 99-100

 

 

2

1

Christian teaching on work. Highlight some Christian teachings on work.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 100-1

 

2

Virtues related to work. Identify virtues related to work.

 

Narrations;

Exposition;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 101-3

 

 

3

Professional ethics, ethos and codes. Define professional ethics, ethos and codes.

Explain the role of professional ethics, ethos and codes.

Exposition;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 103-4

 

 

4

Rights of employers and employees. State rights of employers and employees Exposition;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 104-6

 

3

1

Christian approaches to employment. Describe Christian approaches to employment. Bible reading;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 10106-7

 

2

Christian approaches to wage and labour contracts. Describe Christian approaches to wage and labour contracts. Bible reading;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 107-8

 

3

Christian approaches to industrial actions. Describe Christian approaches to industrial actions. Bible reading;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 108-9

 

4

Christian approaches to child labour. Describe Christian approaches to child labour. Bible reading;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 109-111

 

4

1

Self employment and unemployment. Describe Christian approaches to self employment and unemployment. Bible reading;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 112-4

 

2

CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO LEISURE

 

The meaning, forms and  importance of leisure.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

Define leisure.

Identify forms of leisure.

Give importance of leisure.

 

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Exposition;

discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 115-8

 

 

 

 

3

Traditional African attitude to leisure. Highlight some traditional African attributes to leisure. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 118-20

 

 

4

Christian teaching on leisure. Highlight some Christian teachings on leisure.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 120-3

 

5

1

Misuse of leisure today.

Identify ways in which leisure is abused today. Q/A and brief discussion.   KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 123-5

 

2

Alcohol and other substances.

State effects of abusing alcohol and other substances. Q/A and open discussion.   KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 125-7

 

3

Drugs and drug abuse.

Identify some common drugs.

Explain effects of drug abuse.

Give reasons why people abuse drugs.

Q/A and open discussion. Resource person. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 42-44

 

5

4

Christian evaluation of leisure. Identify criteria for evaluating the use of leisure. Bible reading;

Exposition;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 132-3

 

6

1

CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO WEALTH, MONEY & POVERTY

 

The meaning of wealth, money and poverty.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

Define wealth, money and poverty as understood in the contemporary world.

 

 

 

 

Brain storming to review Jesus’ teachings on wealth and poverty;

Probing questions;

discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 134-5

 

 

2,3

Traditional African understanding of  wealth, money and poverty.. Highlight some traditional African attributes to wealth, money and poverty. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 136-40

 

 

4

Money economy in traditional African society. Discuss the impact of introduction of money in economy in traditional African society.

 

Probing questions;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 140-2

 

 

7

1,2

Christian teaching on wealth, money and poverty.

new testament.

-old testament.

Highlight some Christian teachings on wealth, money and poverty.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 142-8

 

3,4

C.A.T.  &  MID-TERM BREAK        

 

8

1

Christian teaching on distribution of wealth. Highlight some Christian teachings on distribution of wealth.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

Relevant print media extracts.

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 149-51

 

2,3

Christian teaching on bribery and corruption. Highlight some Christian teachings on bribery and corruption.

 

Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion;

Topic review.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 151-3

 

4

CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO LAW , ORDER & JUSTICE

 

The meaning of law, order and justice.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

 

Define law, order and justice as understood in the contemporary world.

 

 

 

 

 

Brain storming; Probing questions;

discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 154-6

 

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1

The need for law, order and justice. Explain the role of law, order and justice in the society. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 156-7

 

2

Rights and duties of a citizen. Highlight rights and duties of a citizen. Probing questions;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 157-160

 

3

Traditional African understanding of  law, order and justice. Highlight some traditional African attributes to of law, order and justice. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 160-1

 

4

Christian teaching on law. Highlight some Christian teachings on law.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 161-4

 

10

1

Christian teaching on order. Highlight some Christian teachings on order.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 164-5

 

2

Christian teaching on justice. Highlight some Christian teachings on justice.

 

Bible reading;

Narrations;

Discussion.

 

The Bible.

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 165-7

 

3

Social disorders and remedies.

Identify causes of social disorders and possible remedies. Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 167-180

 

4

Church-State relationship.

Explain church state relationship in maintaining social order. Exposition;

Probing questions;

Giving relevant examples;

Discussion.

 

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 180-2

 

 

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1,2

CHRISTIAN APPROACHES TO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT

The meaning of science, technology & environment.

 

Christian views on science and technology.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

 

 

Define science, technology & environment as understood in the contemporary world.

 

Discuss Christian views on science, technology & environment.

 

 

 

 

 

Brain storming; Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 186-194

 

3,4

Christian response to impact of science and technology on the environment.

Discuss Christian response to impact of science and technology on the environment. Brain storming;

Explanations;

Discussion.

  KLB  BOOK IV

Pgs 194-200

 

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