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CRE FORM ONE

TERM I

 

FIVE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

Introduction to Christian

Religious

Education.

Reasons for  studying CRE

 

-Definition of CRE

-Reasons for studying CRE

 

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

·     Explain the meaning of Christian Religious Education

·     Give reasons for studying Christian Religious Education

 

·     Questions and Answers

·     Group discussion

·     Reporting and note taking

·     Explanations

 

·     Bible (R.S.V)

·     Class Textbook

·     Magazines

·     Audio tapes(radio)

 

Living the Promise

C.R.E

·     Student’s book 1 pages 1-7

·     Teachers Book 1 pages 15-16

·     Gateway Sec Rev page 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

2

 

The Bible

 

Introduction

The Bible as:

1. The word of God

2. A library

3. Human authors and the major divisions of the Bible

 

 

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

·     State at least five uses of the bible

·     Name at least five authors of the Bible

 

·     Group exercises e.g naming Bible Versions, Books in the Old Testament, and new Testament

·     Note taking

·     Visiting Library

·     Assignment

 

 

·     Bible

·     Bible Commentaries

·     Resource persons (From B.S.K)

·     Teacher’s notes

 

Living the Promise

C.R.E

·     Student’s Book 1 pages 8-17

·     Teacher’s Book 1

·     Pages 17-18

·     Gateway Sec Rev pages 15-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   

3

 

The Bible

 

Bible Translation

 

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

·        Describe the stages through which the bible was translated

·        Discuss the importance of continued Bible translations today

 

·        Class discussion

·        Questions & Answers

·        An activity to find out the latest Bible translation in Kenya

·        Note taking

·        Use of examples

 

·        Audio Visual programmes on the writing & translation of the Bible

·        Resource Person

·        Different Bible translations

 

Living the Promise

 C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 18-19

·        Teacher’s Book 1

·        Page 19

·        Gateway Sec Rev

·        Pages 15-19

 
 

SIX

 

1

 

The Bible

 

Results of the Bible Translations into African languages

 

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

·        Discuss the results of the Bible translations into African languages

 

·        Class/Group discussion

·        Questions& Answers

·        Note taking

·        Use of examples

 

·        Various types of Bible translations

·        Resource Persons e.g from B.S.K

·        Teacher’s note

 

Living the Promise

C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 page 20

·        Teacher’s Book 1 page 20

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 15-19

 

 
   

2

 

The Bible

 

Versions of the Bible

 

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

·        Name five versions of the Bible that are used by Christians today

 

·        Questions & Answers

·        Text/Bible reading

·        Discussion

·        Note making

 

·        Different types/versions of the Bible

·        Teacher’s notes

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 page 19

·        Teacher’s Book 1 page 19

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
  3 Creation and the Fall of Man The Biblical Creation accounts and their meanings

·        The 1st Creation account

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

·        Describe the Creation Account as recorded in Genesis Chapter One and Two and explain its meaning

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Viewing pictures from Class textbook 1

·        Note taking

·        Bible: Genesis 1:1:1-27;4

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible commentary

·        charts

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 page22

·        Teacher’s book 1 page 21

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

Creation and the Fall of Man

 

The 2nd Creation in the Bible

 

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

·        Give differences between the first and second creation accounts in the bible

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Viewing pictures from Class textbook 1

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Genesis 2:4-25

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible :Genesis 1 & 2

·        Charts

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 25

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 22

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 

 

   

2

 

Creation and the Fall of Man

 

Attributes of God from the Biblical Creation Accounts

 

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

·        Identify and explain the attributes of God as found in the creation story

 

·        Questions & Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person (Pastor)

·        Bible Commentary

·        Charts

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 27-29

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 24

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
   

3

 

Creation and the Fall of Man

 

Teachings from the Biblical Accounts of Creation

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

·        Discuss the teachings from the biblical accounts of Creation

·        Group discussions

·        Questions & Answers

·        Songs/Music

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person (priest)

·        Bible: Genesis 1&2

·        Teacher’s notes

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 31

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

Creation and the Fall of Humankind

 

Traditional African view of Creation

 

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

·        Explain the traditional African understanding of Creation

 

·        Class discussions

·        Story telling

·        Sons/Music (Interdisciplinary approach)

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person

·        Class textbook 1

·        Teacher’s notes

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 29-31

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 24

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
   

2

 

Creation and the Fall of Man

 

The Biblical Teachings on the origin of Sin

 

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

·        Describe the origin of sin according to the biblical accounts of creation

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Audio-visual programmes on creation &fall of mankind

·        Bible: Genesis 3;4:6-9;11

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 34-35

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
   

3

Creation and the Fall of Humankind The Consequences of sin  

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to;

·        Explain the consequences of sin

 

·        Questions & Answers

·        Use of examples

·        Narrating stories

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Note taking

 

Bible: Genesis 3: 4:6-9;11

Teacher’s note

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 35-36

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 27

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
NINE 1 Creation and the Fall of Humankind Traditional African concept of Evil and Consequences of Evil  

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

·        Discuss the traditional African concept of Evil

 

·        Group discussions

·        Visit a traditional elder

·        Reading class text

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource person

·        Teacher’s notes

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 37-38

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 25-27

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
   

2

Creation and the Fall of Humankind Comparison between traditional African concept of evil and the biblical concept of sin

 

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

·        Compare and contrast the Tradition African concept of evil and the biblical concept of sin

 

·        Group discussions

·        Questions & Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Resource Persons

·        Charts

·        Bible

·        Teacher’s notes

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 38-39

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 28

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
   

3

 

Creation and the Fall of Humankind

 

God’s Plan of Salvation

 

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

·        Support the idea that God had a plan to save humankind even after they had sinned against Him

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Discussion

·        Questions& Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Gen 3:8-9; Genesis 3:18,21,23

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 37

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 26

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
TEN 1  

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

Introduction & Background to God’s Promises and the Call of Abraham

 

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

·        Describe the background of Abraham before he was called by God

·        Give reasons why God called Abraham

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Drawing the map on page 42 from the class textbook

 

·        Bible: Gen. 11:24-32; 12:1-9

·        Map indication of the fertile crescent in Ancient Mesopotamia

 

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 41-42

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 30-31

·        Gateway Sec Rev pages 20-27

 
   

2

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

Faith in God

·        Definition of faith

·        Abraham’s faith is tested

·        Abraham’s act of faith

 

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

·        Explain how Abraham demonstrated his faith in God

 

·        Group discussion Dramatization

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Explanations

 

·        Bible: Genesis 12:1-9; 15:1-6;17:23-24;21:1-7;22:1-19

·        Picture on Page 45

 

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 43-45

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 31-32

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
   

3

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

Importance of faith in Christian life today

 

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

·        Give reasons why Abraham is referred to as the ‘father of faith”

·        Define the term ‘faith’

 

 

·        Class discussion

·        Questions& Answers

·        Note taking

 

Teachers notes

Resource Person (Pastor)

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 46

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 32

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
 

ELEVEN

 

1

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

God’s Promises to Abraham and their relevance’s to Christians

 

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

·        State the promises made by God to Abraham and explain their importance to Christians today

 

·        Bible reading

·        Group discussions

·        Note taking

·        Questions & Answers

·        Explanation

 

·        Bible: Genesis 12: 2-3; 15: 1-21; 17:23-24; 21:1-7;22:1-19

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 47

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 33-34

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
   

2

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

Covenant

·        Definition of term ‘Covenant’

·        Characteristics of a covenant

·        God’s covenant with Abraham

 

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

·        Define the term ‘covenant’

·        Explain and appreciate the importance of God’s covenant with Abraham

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Dramatization

·        Explanation

·        Questions & Answers

 

·        Bible: Gen. 15:1-19

·        Drawing on pg 50 from text book

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 48-50

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 34-35

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
   

3

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

·        Importance of God’s covenant with Abraham

·        Covenants in modern life

 

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

·        Explain the importance of God’s covenant with Abraham

·        Mention covenants in modern life and explain their importance

 

·        Dramatization (Marriage/Baptism)

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Class discussion

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible: Gen.17:1-16

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Photograph on pg 52 (Class textbook)

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 54

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 35-36

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
 

TWELVE

 

1

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

·        Jewish Circumcision

·        The importance of circumcision to Abraham and his descendants

 

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

·        State the importance of circumcision to Abraham and his descendants

 

·        Note making

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

 

 

Bible: Gen.17:1-16

Teacher’s note

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 54

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 36-37

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
   

2

 

Faith and God’s Promises: Abraham

 

Jewish and Africa circumcision

 

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

·        Compare the Jewish and African circumcision

 

·        Group discussion

·        Debating

·        Note making

·        Questions & Answers

 

·        Resource Person

·        Bible

·        Textbook pictures

·        Charts

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 55-56

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 36-37

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
   

3

 

The Sinai Covenant Moses

 

Introduction and the call of Moses

 

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

·        Describe the call of Moses

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making Lecture (brief)

·        Dramatization

 

·        Bible: Exodus 3:1-22

 

Living the Promise C.R.E

·        Student’s Book 1 pages 58

·        Teacher’s Book 1 pages 38-39

Gateway Sec Rev pages 28-34

 
 

THIRTEEN

 

 

 

REVISION

     

·        Guiding learners on how to revise for the end term exams

·        Revising work covered in the term

     
     

REVISION

    ·        Guiding learners on how to revise for the end term exams

·        Revising work covered in the term

     
 

FOURTEEN

 

 

 

END OF TERM EXAMS

   

By The end of the term, the learner should be able to:

·        Answer questions correctly from all areas/topics covered in the course of the term

 

·        Distributing questions papers

·        Writing the answers

·        Supervision and collection of papers

 

·        Wall Clock

·        Chalk board

·        Examination Papers

 

   
 

REVISION AND END OF TERM ONE EXAMINATIONS

 

 

 

FORM ONE CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM II

ONE 1

2

&

3

 

Revision

   

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

·        Understand and answer all the questions from the previous term exams

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussion

·        Looking for the answers from the text &Exercise Book

 

·        Other past papers but with similar questions

·        Marking Schemes

·        Teacher’s Guide Book

 

   
TWO  

1

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

The Ten Plagues

 

 

Qualities of God learnt from the ten plagues

 

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

·                   List down each plague and show the importance of each in relation to the exodus

·                  Outline the attributes of God learnt from the ten plagues

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Dramatization

·        Group/Class discussion

·        Explanation (short lectures)

 

·        Bible: Exodus 7:14-11:1-10

·        Audio-visual aids

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

The Passover

 

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

·        Explain how Yahweh rescued his people from the rule of Pharaoh

 

·        Dramatization

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible: Exodus 12: 1-31; Exodus 13:17-18

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Charts

   
   

3

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

Importance of the Passover feast

Comparison between Jewish and Christian Passover

 

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

Compare and contrast the Jewish and Christian Passover

 

·        Class Discussion

·        Note taking

·        Questions & Answers

 

·        Resource Person

·        Bible

·        Charts

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

The Exodus

1.      Crossing the Red Sea

2.      Provision of water

3.      Provision of

i.        Manna

ii.      Quails

4.      Defeating the enemies (Amalekites)

 

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

·        Show how God showed himself to his people during the exodus

·        Explain how God cared for his people during the exodus

 

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Text/Bible reading

·        Viewing textbook drawings

·        Questions & Answers

 

·        Bible: Exodus 19; Exodus 24:1-8; Exodus 15:22-29; Exodus 14: 5-31; Exodus 17:1-6

·        Film (The life of Moses)

·        Bible commentary

·        Teacher’s notes

 

   
   

2

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

·        The making of Sinai Covenant

·        Importance of the Covenant

 

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

·        Describe how the Sinai Covenant was made

 

·        Bible reading

·        Textbook reading

·        Explanation (Short lectures)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Exodus 32:1-35

·        Film (The life of Moses)

·        Teacher’s notes

 

   
   

3

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

The breaking of the Sinai Covenant

 

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

·        Describe how the Sinai Covenant was made

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note making

·        Questions & Answers

·        Dramatization

 

·        Bible: Exodus 32: 1-35

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

The Renewal of Sinai Covenant

 

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

·        Describe how the Sinai Covenant was renewed

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Short lectures

(explanations)

 

·        Bible: Exodus 34: 1-35

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

The Ten Commandments

 

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

·        Explain the ten commandments and show how they should be applied in a Christian’s daily life

 

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Exodus 34: 1-35

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

The Sinai Covenant: Moses

 

·        The worship of God by the Israelites in the wilderness

·        The Israelites new understanding of the nature of God

 

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

·        Describe how the Israelites worshipped God in their life in the wilderness

·        Explain the new understanding which Moses gave to his people about the nature of God

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussion

·        Presentation by class members

·        Teacher’s Comments

·        Note taking

 

Resource Person

Teacher’s notes

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

 

Leadership in Israel (David and Solomon)

 

·        Introduction

·        Reasons for Kingship in Israel

·        Reasons against Kingship in Israel

 

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

·        Give reasons why the Israelites demanded for a king

·        Give reasons against Kingship in Israel

 

·        Bible Reading

·        Note taking

·        Text reading

·        Group discussion

·        Explanation

 

 

·        Bible:

Judges 3:12-14

1 Samuel 4:22

1 Samuel 13:19

1 Samuel 3:13-14

1 Samuel 8:10-20

·        Resource Person

   
   

2

 

Leadership in Israel (David and Solomon)

 

1.      Failure of King Saul

2.      Lessons learnt from King Saul’s failure

 

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

·        Show how King Saul failed as a leader of Israelites

·        Outline the lessons Christians learn from the failure of Saul

 

·        Bible reading

·        Textbook reading

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answers

·        Debating

 

·        Bible:

Judges 13:8-14

1 Samuel 15:7-25

1 Samuel 13:19

1 Samuel 13:8-14

1 Samuel 15:7-25

·        Wall Charts

   
   

3

 

Leadership in Israel (David and Solomon)

 

King David’s achievements as King of Israel

 

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

·        List down the achievements of King David

 

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Discussions in groups

·        Questions & Answers

 

Bible I Samuel 16:1-23

II Samuel 6:1-15

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

Leadership in Israel (David and Solomon)

 

1.      David as the ancestor of Jesus Christ

2.      Qualities of a good leader drawn from King David’s leadership

 

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

·        Discuss the importance of King David as the ancestor of Jesus Christ

·        List down the qualities of a good leader drawn from King David’s leadership

 

·        Studying wall maps

·        Notes taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussions

·        Questions & Answers

 

 

A Map of Middle East

Bible: II Samuel 7:1-29 Luke 1:26-33

Resource Person

Video tapes

 

   
   

2

 

Leadership in Israel (David and Solomon)

 

Achievements of King Solomon

 

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

·        Outline the achievements of King Solomon

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·        Assignment (read more from class textbook)

·        Group discussion

 

·        Bible: I Kings 3:16-18

I Kings 4:29-34

I Kings 4:1-6

I Kings 5:10

I Kings 9:22

   
   

3

 

Leadership in Israel (David and Solomon)

 

Failure of King Solomon

Importance of the Temple of Israel

 

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

·        Outline the failure of King Solomon

·        List down lessons which Christian leader can learn from the reign of King Solomon

·        Explain the importance of the temple to the Jews and give reasons why God didn’t want King David to build Him a temple

 

·        Debating (Solomon was better than David

·        Bible reading

·        Group discussion

·        Note taking

 

Bible: I Kings 9:15-23

I Kings :4:27

I Kings  9:11

I Kings 7:1

I Kings:5-6

Learner’s text

Resource Person

Bible commentary

 

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

·        Introduction

·        The spread of Idolatry

·        The local Canaanite Religion

 

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

·        Explain how idolatry took root in Israel

 

·        Short lecture

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Class discussion

·        Note taking

 

Bible

Resource Persons

Teacher’s Notes

Student’s text

   
   

2

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

Schism between Judah and Israel

 

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

·        Explain the Schism between Judah and Israel

 

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible: I Kings 12:25-33

·        Map of Palestine

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

The effects of idolatry in Israel

 

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

Discuss the effects of idolatry in Israel

 

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Discussions in groups

 

Student’s textbook

Teacher’s notes

Chart Bible

 

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

The evils that Elijah fought against

(a) False Religion

 

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

·        Show how Elijah proved that the God of Israel is different from the Canaanite Baal god

 

·        Dramatization

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation (short Lectures)

 

·        Bible: I Kings 21

·        Resource Person

   
   

2

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

 

(b) Corruption

 

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

·        Discuss and list examples of corruption

 

·        Discussions in groups

·        Sharing the findings of each group

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: I Kings 21

·        Resource Person

   
   

3

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

 

Life Skills that help to fight corruption:

·        Critical thinking

·        Creative thinking

·        Decision Making

 

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

·        Understand the life skills which enable the Christians to fight Corruption

 

·        Short Lectures

·        Questions & Answers

·        Note taking

 

Teachers notes

Newspaper cuttings

Resource Person

Textbook

   
 

NINE

 

1

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

 

Why Elijah faced danger and hostility

 

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

·        Explain why Elijah faced danger and hostility as a prophet of God

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Class presentations

 

Bible: I Kings 18:19-21

   
   

2

 

Loyalty to God: Elijah

 

 

Relevance of Elijah’s Prophetic mission to Christian today

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the relevance of Elijah’s prophetic mission to Christians today

 

·        Group discussions

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answers

 

Students Textbook

Resource Person

Newspaper cuttings

 

   
   

3

 

C.A.T

 

Covered Areas

 

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

Answer key questions from the topics covered

 

Can be in the form of:

·        Oral Questions

·        Study exercises

·        Short test

·        Written assignment

 

·        Questions from class textbook (Study Exercises at the end of every topic)

·        Questions from the Teacher’s Guide

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

Introduction African Concept of (i) God

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the African concept of God

 

·        Short lectures

·        Questions and Answers

·        Short stories

·        Note taking

·        Songs

·        Assignment

 

Resource Person

Real objects

Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

(ii) Spirits and Ancestors

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the African concept of spirits and ancestors

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussions

·        Dramatization

·        Note taking

 

Charts

Teacher’s note

Resource Persons

   
   

3

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

African Understanding of the Hierarchy of Beings

 

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

·        Explain the African understanding of hierarchy of beings

 

·        Text reading

·        Drawing diagrams

·        Note taking

·        Class discussions

·        Short lectures

 

·        Resource Person

·        Diagram in the Student’s textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

ELEVEN

 

1

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

The Role of God, Spirits and Ancestors in Traditional African Communities

 

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

·        Describe the role of God, Spirits and ancestors in Traditional African Communities

 

·        Group Discussions

·        Note taking

·        Short lectures

·        Questions & Answers

 

·        Resource Person

·        Traditional Shrines

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Photos

   
   

2

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

The responsibility of the Living towards God

 

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

·        Show how the living demonstrated their responsibilities towards God

 

·        Demonstrations

·        Note taking

·        Presentations

·        Group discussions

 

·        Bible (R.S Version)

·        Magazines

·        Class text

·        Audio (Radio)

   
   

3

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

The responsibility of the living towards the Ancestors

 

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

·        Comment on the responsibilities of the living towards the spirits

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

·        Role Play

·        Visit

 

·        Resource Person

·        Films/Video

·        Tapes

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Photos

·        Regalia

   
 

TWELVE

 

1

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

 

The Responsibility of the living towards the Ancestors

 

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

·        Explain the responsibilities of the living towards the ancestors

 

·        Singing

·        Assignment

·        Class discussion

·        Text reading

·        Note taking

 

·        Regalia

·        Tapes

·        Photos

·        Resource Person

·        Film/video

·        Teacher’s note

   
   

2

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

 

Traditional African Ways of Worshipping God

 

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

·        Describe the traditional ways of worshipping God

 

Project work

Role Play

 

·        Photos of places, things

·        Artefacts

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Resource Person

   
   

3

 

Selected aspects in African Religious Heritage

 

 

Traditional African ways of venerating and Communicating with Spirits and Ancestors

 

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

·        Discuss various traditional ways of venerating and communicating with spirits and ancestors

 

·        Listening

·        Questions & Answers

·        Dramatization

·        Brief lectures

 

Resource Person

Charts

Teachers note

Ragalia

Photos (things related)

   
THIRTEEN  

 

 

 

 

REVISION

 

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

·        Guide learners to revise work covered in Form 1

       
       

REVISION

 

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

·        Guide learners to revise work covered in form 1

       
FOURTEEN     MID-TERM EXAMS By the end of the term, the learner should be able to:

·        Answer questions correctly from all areas/topics covered in the course of the terms

       
      MID-TERM EXAMS  

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

·        Answer questions correctly from all the areas/topics covered in the course of the terms

       
 

FORM ONE CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM III

 

ONE

 

1

 

Revision

   

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

·        Understand and answer all the questions from the previous term exam correctly

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Look for the answers from the text & Exercise books

·        Group discussions

 

·        Other past papers but with similar questions

·        Marking schemes

·        Teacher’s Guide Book

 

   
   

2

 

African Moral in African religious heritage

 

·        Meaning of life & its wholeness in Traditional African Society

·        Introduction

·        Spiritual Life

 

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

·        Explain the meaning of life in the traditional African society

 

·        Short lectures

·        Explanations

·        Assignment

·        Questions and Answers

 

 

·        Resource Person

·        Class text book

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

African Moral in African religious heritage

 

·        Communal life

·        Physical life

·        Phases in human life

 

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

·        Identify some of the threats to human life today

 

Group discussion

Brief lectures

Listening

Note taking

 

 

·        Class text book

·        Resource Person (traditional Priest)

   
TWO  

1

 

African Moral in African religious heritage

 

·        Ancestral Hand

·        Wholeness of Life

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the meaning of life and its wholeness in the traditional African society

·        Group discussion

·        Assignment

·        Questions & Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Class textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

African Moral in African religious heritage

 

The African concept of community

 

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

·        Explain the African concept of community

 

·        Brief lectures

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

 

Resource Person

Teacher’s notes

Class textbook

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

The African concept of system and importance of Kingship system:

(i)                By blood

 

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

·        Explain the importance of kinship ties

 

·        Discussions

·        Assignments

·        Note taking

·        Questions and answers

 

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
THREE  

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

(i)                By marriage

(ii)              Absence relatives or Kins

 

 

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

·        Explain the importance of Kinship ties

 

·        Textbook

·        Note taking

·        Brief Lectures

 

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

Factors contributing to harmony and mutual responsibility in the African communities

 

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

·        Define the term harmony

·        Outline factors which contribute to harmony in traditional African community

 

·        Discussion

·        Note taking

·        Question and answers

·        Presentations

 

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Communal ownership of land

·        Belief in common ancestry or origin

·        Religious beliefs and practices

 

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

·        Discuss how  religious beliefs and practices promoted harmony in the community

 

·        Discussions

·        Presentations

·        Questions & Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
FOUR  

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Kinship ties

·        Observation of social norms

·        Participation communal work

 

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

·        Mention some of the traditional social norms which contributed to harmonious living

 

·        Short lectures

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

·

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

·        Teachers notes

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Division of labour

·        Sharing of material possessions and food

·        Rites of passage

 

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

·        Explain how division of labour, sharing of food and rites of passage contributed to community harmony

 

·        Group discussion

·        Questions and Answers

     
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Traditional education system

·        Leisure activities

·        Political organization

 

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

·        Describe various leisure activities in traditional African Community

 

·        Class presentations

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

 

Resource Person (Traditional elderly man or leader)

Class textbook

   
FIVE  

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Rites Of Passage

 

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

·        List down the traditional African rites of passage and give the importance of each

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussion

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person (Traditional elderly man or leader)

·        Class textbook

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Birth and Naming

·        Pregnancy

·        Birth of a child

·        Naming of a child

 

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

·        Show how concern is shown for life during pregnancy

·        List down various naming methods used in traditional African community

 

·        Group discussion

·        Brief lectures

·        Assignment

·        Role Play

·        Note taking

 

Resource Person (Traditional elderly or aged woman)

·        Class textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

The role of Birth and Naming rites in emaculating moral values

 

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

·        Identify different traditional African names and five the meaning of each name

 

Class activity (collect traditional African names of people and their meanings)

Note taking

 

·        Class textbook

·        Teachers notes

·        Charts of traditional names with their meanings

   
SIX  

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Initiation rites

 

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

·        Explain the disadvantages of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

 

·        Discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Class text

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Resource Person (Church Priest)

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

·        Marriage rites in Traditional African Community

·        Types of Traditional African Marriages

 

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

·        Explain the advantages and disadvantages of polygamy

·        Name different types of tradition marriages

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Debate (Monogamous marriage is better than polygamous marriage)

·        Note taking

 

Class text

Newspaper cuttings

Resource person (Church Priest)

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Preparation in marriage in the Traditional African Community

·        Choosing a marriage partner

 

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

·        Compare the traditional African way of choosing marriage partner with the modern way of choosing marriage partner

 

·        Assignment

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Debate

·        Discussions

·        Note taking

 

 

·        Class textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Bride wealth

 

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

·        Discuss the disadvantages and advantages of bride wealth

 

·        Group discussions

·        Note taking

·        Reading

·        Teachers Comment

 

Resource Person

Teacher’s notes

Class textbook

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Traditional African Marriage ceremony

·        Role of African marriage rites in relation to morals

 

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

·        Write down moral values learnt from marriage as a traditional rite of passage

 

·        Class presentations

·        Dramatization

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

·        Watching video tapes

 

·        Resource Person

·        Tapes on marriage

   
   

3

 

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Death rites

·        Mourning

·        Burial

 

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

·        Discuss death as a rite of passage and how it assisted in inculcating moral values in traditional African society

 

·        Dramatization

·        Songs/singing

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource person  ( Traditional elder or Priest)

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

·        Role of Religious Specialists in the Traditional African Communities and their relevance today

·        Medicine Men

·        Medicine Women

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the role of religious specialists in the African communities and evaluate their relevance in modern society

 

·        Brief lectures

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person

·        Video/Tapes

·        Films

·        Class textbook

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Mediums and Diviners

·        Rainmakers

 

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

·        Explain how the mediums diviners and rainmakers officiated their roles

 

·        Presentations

·        Role play

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note taking

 

 

·        Resource Person

·        Real objects

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

·        Kings/Queens

·        Rulers/Elders

 

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

·        Explain the importance of traditional rules or elders

 

·        Visiting Local elderly/aged ruler

·        Interviewing

·        Note making

 

Resource Person

Teacher’s notes

Class textbook

   
 

NINE

 

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Priest, seers and Prophets

 

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

·        Outline the functions of the priests and the prophets in traditional African Community

 

·        Note taking

·        Class presentations

·        Discussions in groups

·        Assignment

 

·        Resource Person

·        Class textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

·        Traditional African Moral values:

·        Hospitality

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the African moral values

 

·        Brief lectures

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Resource person

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Tolerance

&

·        Perseverance

·        Respect

&

·        Courtesy

 

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

·        Explain and appreciate the African moral values

 

·        Discussions in groups

·        Presentations

·        Note taking

·        Teacher’s comments

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Loyalty and Responsibility

 

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

·        Explain how loyalty and responsibility contributed to harmony in the traditional community

 

·        Assignment (reading and making notes)

 

·        Class textbook

·        Other text

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

·        Co-operation and unity

·        Love

 

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

·        Comment on how the following virtues assisted to harmonize community members:

(i)                Love

(ii)              Unity

 

·        Brief lectures

·        Listening

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

Continuity and change in African understanding:

·        Community

 

By the of the term, the learner should be able to:

·        Comment on the changes and continuity in the African understanding of community

 

·        Group discussions

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

 

·        Teachers notes

·        Class textbook

   
ELEVEN  

1

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Land

·        Old age and the aged

 

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

·        State the importance of land in traditional African community

 

·        Short lectures (on importance of traditional African land)

·        Teachers comment

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource person (Elderly man with knowledge on land)

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Widows and Orphans

 

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

·        Discuss the continuity in the African understanding of:

(i)                Widows

(ii)              Orphans

 

·        Discussions in groups

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

 

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

 

·        Worship

·        Property/Wealth

 

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

·        Discuss the continuity and change in the African understanding of worship and property

 

·        Visit to places

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Traditional Shrines

·        Photos

·        Resource Person

   
 

TWELVE

 

1

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Dressing

·        Dowry/Bride Wealth

 

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

·        Show the changes in the African understanding of

(i)                Dressing

(ii)              Dowry/bride wealth

 

·        Project work (collect different traditional dresses and show who wore them and when)

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource person

·        Traditional regalia

·        Films/Video tapes

·        Class textbook

   
   

2

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

·        Medicine

 

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

·        Discuss the changes that have taken place in modern medicine and which have threatened the traditional African medicine

 

·        Comments

·        Debate (Herbs are better than the modern medicine

·        Discussion

·        Note taking

 

Videos

Photos

Photos of plants (herbs)

Resource person

   
   

3

 

African Morals and Cultural values

 

 

 

·        Leisure

 

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

·        Compare leisure activities in traditional African community with modern ones

 

·        Role play

·        Discussions

·        Teacher’s Comments

·        Note taking

 

·        Class textbook

·        Charts

·        Pictures

   
FORM TWO CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM I

 

ONE

 

 

1

 

Old Testament Prophecies about the Messiah and the concept of the Messiah in the New Testament

 

·        Introduction

·        Role of Prophet

·        Old Testament Prophecies

·        The Messiah

 

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

·        List down roles of prophets in the Bible

·        Define the terms

(i)                Prophet

(ii)              Prophecy

(iii)             Messiah

·        Explain the Old testament prophecies concerning the Messiah

 

·        Brief lectures

·        Bible reading

·        Assignment

·        Note making

·        Teacher’s Comment

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Class text

·        Resource person

·        Bible: 2 Sam7: 3-17; Isaiah 7:10-16; 9:1-7; 53;61:1-2; Jer 23:5-6

   
   

2

 

Old Testament Prophecies about the Messiah and the Concept of the Messiah in the New Testament

 

The O.T Concept of the Messiah in the New Testament

 

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

·        Discuss how Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament prophecies concerning the Messiah

 

·        Class discussion

·        Questions and Brief explanations

·        Answers

·        Note taking

 

 

Bible: Luke 1: 26-38; 2:1-23;23:1-35; 24:50-57

   
   

3

 

O. Testament Prophecies about Messiah and the Concept of the Messiah in the New Testament

 

The Concept of Messiah in the Old Testament

 

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

·        Tell who is the new Israel

·        Give reasons why Jews rejected Jesus yet he fulfilled the O.T prophecies about the messiah

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Group work (Discuss in groups how Jesus Fulfilled O.T concept of Messiah

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person

·        Bible: 2Sam 7:3-17; Jer 23:1-5

   
TWO  

1

 

Old Testament Prophecies about the Messiah and the Concept of the Messiah in the New Testament

 

The role of John The Baptist

 

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

·        Show how John the Baptist prepared the way for the coming of Jesus

·        Tell how John the Baptist linksthe O.T and N.T

 

 

·        Introduction

·        Explanation

·        Discussion

·        Question and Answers

·        Bible reading

 

 

 

·        Bible: Luke 1:5-25

Luke 3:4-5

·        View Picture on page 9

·        Malachi 3:1;4:5-6

·        Isaiah 40:3-5

 

   
      Features of John’s form of Baptism ·        Explain how Christians today play the role of John the Baptist

·        Suggest ways of improving life in your school

 

·        Assignment

·        Group discussion

·        Presentations

·        Teacher’s comment

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Luke 1:5-25

·        Class textbook 2

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus

 

The Birth of John the Baptist is foretold

 

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

·        Describe the annunciation of the birth of John

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·        Brief reading

·        Questions and Answers

 

Bible: Luke 1:5-25

Class textbook 2

Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus

 

The Annunciation of the Birth of Jesus

 

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

·        Describe the annunciation of the birth of Jesus

 

 

·        Short lectures

·        Assignment

·        Dramatization

·        Teacher’s comment

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

 

·        Map of Palestine

·        Teacher’s note

·        Bible: Luke 1:26-38

 

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus

 

The Birth of John the Baptist

 

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

·        Describe the Birth of John the Baptist

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Signing

·        Narrating

·        Note making

 

·        Bible: Lk 1: 57-80

·        Pictures

·        Films

·        Class text

   
   

2

 

The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus

 

The Birth of Jesus

&

Celebrating the birth of Jesus

 

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

·        Describe the Birth of Jesus and the events which took place

·        Tell the importance of Jesus’ birth to Christians

 

·        Dramatization

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Brief reading

·        Singing

·        Narrating

 

 

Bible: Lk2: 1-20

Golden bells Hymn no. 114

Resource Person

   
   

3

 

The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus

 

Dedication of Jesus

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

·        Describe the dedication of Jesus

 

·        Explanation

·        Narrating

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

 

·        Bible: Luke 2:21-40

·        Resource person

·        Charts

·        Learner’s textbook

·

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

The Infancy and Early Life of Jesus

 

 

Jesus at the Temple

 

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

·        Describe the visit of Jesus to Jerusalem when he was twelve years old

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Class activity (dramatization)

 

·        Bible: Lk2:41-52

·        Class textbook 2

·        Chalkboard

   
 

 

 

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The preaching of John The Baptist

&

The Relevance of John’s teaching to us

 

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

·        Explain the teaching of John the Baptist

·        State reasons why baptism is importance to Christians

 

·        Explanation

·        Assignment

·        Dramatization

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

 

·        Class text

·        Bible Lk 3:1-20

·        Resource Person (Teacher)

   
   

3

 

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The Baptism of Jesus

 

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

·        Explain reasons why Jesus was baptized yet he was sinless

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Class activity

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

 

·        Class text

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible Lk3:21-22

·        Resource Person (Teacher)

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

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The Temptation of Jesus  

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

·        Mention various ways in which Jesus was put to test by Satan and how he responded to each temptation

 

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Audio-Visual aids

·        Class textbook

·        Bible commentaries

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible: Luke 4:1-13

   
     

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Relevance of temptations to Christians today

 

·        Discuss ways in which Christians fall into temptation and show why they accept temptations

 

·        Teacher’s comment

·        Reading class text

·        Evaluation

·        Group discussion

·        Reporting

·        Note making

 

·        Resource Person

·        Class text

   
   

2

 

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Jesus begins work in Galilee and is rejected at Nazareth

 

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

·        Discuss why many Christians reject the God News

 

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Teacher’s comments on student’s reports

 

Bible (RSV)

Chalkboard

Audio visual aids

Class textbook 2

   
   

3

 

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Jesus heals in Capernaum

 

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

Describe Jesus’ work of healing Capernaum

 

·        Teacher’s comments on student’s reports

·        Bible reading

·        Group discussion

·        Explanation

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual aids

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible: Lk 4:31-44

·        Relevant Bible commentary

 

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

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Jesus calls his first disciples

 

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

·        Explain various ways in which people are called today to serve as disciplines of Jesus Christ

 

·        Signing

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Note making

 

·        Bible: Luke 5:1-11

·        Class textbook 2

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

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Jesus faces opposition

·        Healing of a leper

·        Healing of paralyzed man

 

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

·        Explain the healing of the paralytic man

·        Appreciate Jesus’ authority to forgive sins

 

·        Making some drawing/chart

·        Brief explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible: Luke 5:17-26

·        Bible commentary

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

3

 

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·        The Call of Levi

·        The question about fasting

 

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

·        Describe the call of Levi

·        Appreciate all people irrespective of their spiritual status

\

·        Evaluation

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Photos of people feasting together

·        Bible: Lk 5:27-31

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

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·        The Parables of the Garment and the Wineskins

·        The question about the Sabbath

 

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

·        Explain why the disciples of Jesus were not fasting

·        Appreciate the characteristics of the new kingdom of God

 

·        Bible reading

·        Evaluation (oral questions)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanation

 

·        Pieces of cloth

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible: Lk 5:33-36

·        Bible commentary

   
   

2

 

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A man with withered hand

 

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

·        Explain why Jesus and disciples plucked ears of corn and ate on a Sabbath

·        Appreciate Jesus as the Lord over Sabbath

 

·        Bible reading

·        Discussion

·        Teacher’s comment

·        Assignment

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·

 

·        Bible: Lk:6-11

·        Bible commentary

·        Audio visual material

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

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Choosing of the twelve disciples and Jesus’ teaching on true discipleship

 

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

·        Explain the choosing of the twelve disciples

·        Apply qualities of the true discipleship to their life

 

·        Bible reading

·        Discussing

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

 

 

·        Bible: Lk6: 1-11

·        Bible commentary

·        Audio visual material

·        Chalk visual

 

 

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

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·        The sermon on the plain

·        The Beatitudes

·        Blessings and sorrows

 

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

·        Explain the ways the teachings of Jesus on the sermon on the plain challenge modern living

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

 

·        Audio visual material

·        Bible commentary

·        Bible: Lk6: 17-49

·        Teachers notes

   
   

2

 

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·        Loving one’s enemies

 

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

·        State the teachings of Jesus on love

 

·        Evaluation

·        Discussions

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

 

 

·        Bible Lk 6:27-36

·        Cutting from newspaper

·        Bible commentary

 

   
   

3

 

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·        Judging others

 

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

·        State the teachings of Jesus on judgment

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Assignment

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

 

Bible: Lk 6:37-42

Christian Magazines

   
     

C.A.T

   

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

·        Understand and answer key questions from the topics covered

       
   

2

 

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Jesus’ works of compassion

·        The healing of Centurion’s servant

 

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

·        Describe the miracle of the healing of the Centurion’s servant and the lessons Christian can learn from it

 

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

 

Chalkboard

Class text

Bible: Luke 7:11-17

Teacher’s notes

Poster

Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

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The raising of the widow of Nain

 

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

·        Describe the raising of the son of the widow of Nain

·        Give reason why Christians should have compassion towards the needy

 

·        Explanation

·        Discussions

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Teacher’s note

 

·        Bible commentary

·        Poster

·        Class text

·        Bible: Luke 7:11-17

·        Chalkboard

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

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Assurance to John the Baptist

 

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

·        Explain why John the Baptist needed an assurance from Jesus

·        Describe Jesus’ reaction to John’s question

 

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·        Oral Evaluation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Brief Lectures

·        Bible reading

 

·        Class text

·        Bible commentary

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Bible: Luke 7:18-35

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

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Jesus’ compassion to women:

(a)    The sinful woman

(b)    The woman who accompanied Jesus

 

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

·        Describe how a sinful woman anointed Jesus

·        Explain why Simon and the other Pharisees criticized Jesus

·

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

·        Brief lectures

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Class text

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Pictures

·        Bible: Luke 7:36-38

·        Audio visual material

   
   

3

 

The Teachings of Jesus

 

 

The teachings of Jesus (the parables and their significance

 

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

·        Define what a parable is

·        Relate the significance of the parables to daily life

·        Give reasons why Jesus used parables

 

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment

·        Discussion

 

·        Class text

·        Teacher’s Guide

   
 

ELEVEN

 

1

 

The Teachings of Jesus

 

 

The Parable of the Sower

 

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

·        Explain the parable of the sower

 

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Evaluation

·        Bible reading

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible: Lk8:4-21

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

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The parable of a lamp under a bowl

 

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

·        Explain the parable of the lamp under a bowl

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanations

 

Bible:Lk:16-18

Teacher’s notes

Class textbook 2

   
   

3

 

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Significance of Jesus’ Parable

 

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

·        Explain the significance of Jesus’ parable

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Discussions

·        Reading class textbook 2

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Revision book

·        Class textbook 2

   
 

TWELVE

 

1

 

The Teachings of Jesus

 

 

The Mighty works of Jesus:

·        The Calming of the Storm

 

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

·        Describe how Jesus calmed the storm

·        Explain why the disciples were afraid of the storm

 

·         Bible reading

·        Reading text

·        Explanations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

 

·        Class textbook 2

·        Audio-visual material

·        Bible commentary

·        Bible: Lk 8:22-25

 

   
   

2

 

The Teachings of Jesus

 

 

The Mighty works:

·        The healing of a demon-possessed man

 

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

·        Define a legion

·        Describe the healing of a demon-possessed man

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Reading text

·        Questions and Answers

·        Discussion

·        Dramatization

 

·        Bible: Lk 8:26-39

·        Bible commentary

·        Audio-visual material

·        Class textbook 2

·        Teacher’s note

   
   

3

 

The Teachings of Jesus

 

 

The Mighty works of Jesus:

·        Raising of Jairus’ daughter

·        Healing of the woman with blood flow

 

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

·        Explain the healing of Jairus daughter

·        Describe the healing of the woman who touched Jesus’ cloak

 

·        Main points on chalkboard

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

 

·        Bible commentaries

·        Chart/Audio visual material

·        Bible: Lk 8:40-42

49-56

·        Teacher’s note

   
 

THIRTEEN

   

END OF TERM EXAMS

   

By The end of the term, the learner should be able to:

·        Answer questions correctly from the areas/topics covered

       
FORM TWO CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM II

ONE  

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

Revision of the previous End of Term Exam

 

 

 

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

·        Understand and answer questions asked from the areas covered previously

       
TWO  

1

 

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·        Commissioning of the twelve disciples

·        Jesus and the twelve disciples

 

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

·        Describe the commissioning of the 12 disciples

 

·        Explanation

·        Note making and taking

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Bible: Lk 9:10-17

·        Chart

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

2

 

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Feeding of the 5000 People

 

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

·        Describe the feeding of the five thousand

 

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making and taking

·        Bible reading

 

Bible Lk 9: 10-17

Chalkboard

Audio-visual materials

Chart

Class textbook 2

   
   

3

 

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The Person of Jesus and his destiny

 

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

·        Describe the person of Jesus

·        Explain the destiny of Jesus

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook 2

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible: Lk 9:18-27

   
 

THREE

 

1

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The Transfiguration

 

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

·        Explain why transfiguration took place

·        Appreciate God’s presence during the transfiguration

 

·        Reading the bible

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

 

·        Bible: Lk 9:28-36

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

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Jesus’ teaching on faith and humility

 

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

·        Explain Jesus’ teachings on faith and humility

 

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answets

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

 

·        Bible :Luke 9:51-62

·        Chalkboard

·        Charts

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Duties and privileges of the disciples

 

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

·        Comment on the Jesus’ teaching on duties and privileges of disciples

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible Luke9:51-62

·        Charts

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The mission of the seventy two

 

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

·        List down the instructions Jesus gave to his seventy two disciples

 

·        Reading the textbook

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Luke 10:1-24

·        Audio-visual aids

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

2

The Journey to Jerusalem  

A committed follower of Jesus (parable of Good Samaritan)

 

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

·        Describe the parable of the Good Samaritan

·        Explain who is a neighbor

 

·        Narrating

·        Questions and Answers

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Bible: Lk 10:38-42

·        Chalk board

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

 

Mary and Martha (Importance of love, compassion and mercy)

 

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

·        State what Jesus meant by saying that Mary had taken the better part?

 

·        Bible reading

·        Dramatizing

·        Note taking

·        explanation

 

·        Bible: Luke 11: 1-13

·        Resource person

·        Chart (lord’s Prayer

·        Class textbook

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Jesus’ teaching on prayer

 

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

·        State the teachings of Jesus on prayer

·        Give reason’s why Christians pray

 

·        Role play (Friend at mid-night)

·        Explanation

·        Reciting

·        Note making

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible: Luke 11:1-13

·        Resource Person

·        Class textbook

·        Chart (Lord’s Prayer)

   
   

2

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Use of God’s power to overcome evil (the Beel-zebul dispute)

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Jesus on God’s power in overcoming evil from the story of Beel-zebul

 

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Lk 11:14-36

·        Resource Person

·        Film

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Fearless confession without hypocrisy

 

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

·        Define the terms confessions, honesty and hypocrisy

 

·        Signing

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Telling of story

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible Luke 11:37; Luke 12:1-2

·        Dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s note

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Material Possession (Parable of the rich farmer)

 

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

·        State the teachings of Jesus on material possession from the parable of the rich fool

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Singing

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

 

·        Tape (song)

·        Bible: Luke 12:13-34

·        Pictures/photos

·        Teaching notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

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Watchfulness and readiness

 

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

·        Relate Jesus’ teachings on watchfulness and readiness to Christian life today

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making

·        Illustrating using photos, pictures, newspaper cuttings

 

·        Bible: Luke 12: 35-59

·        Pictures/photos

·        Newspaper cutting

   
   

3

 

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The Growth of the Kingdom(The parable of the fig tree)

 

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

·        State the teaching of Jesus on the need for repentance and on God’s judgment

 

·        Reading the story and writing

·        Notes on the fig tree

 

·        Bible

·        Chalkboard

·        Pictures

·        Class text book

·        Pictures

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The Growth of the Kingdom (healing on the Sabbath)

 

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

·        Narrate the story of the healing of the crippled woman

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Role play

·        Explanation

·        Questions and answers

 

·        CRE Text bk 2

·        Chalk board

·        Bible

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

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The Growth of the Kingdom(Mustard seed and yeast Narrow door)

 

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

·        Explain the spiritual teaching in the parable of the mustard seed and yeast

 

·        Assignment(making notes)

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

 

Bible: Luke 13: 18-21: 13:22-35

Real objects (seeds)

Pictures/photos

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

A Great feast for all who are prepared (invite Guest)

 

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

·        Explain the spiritual message of the parable of the great feasts

 

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment  (making notes)

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible: Luke 14:1-35

·        Chalkboard

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Photographs

   
EIGHT  

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The Parable of the Great Feast

 

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

·        State and evaluate the characteristics of a true disciple of Jesus from the Parable of the Great feast

 

·        Bible reading

·        Assignment

·        Explanation

·        Dramatization

 

·        Bible: Luke 14:15-24

·        Photographs on wedding

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Videos of ceremony

   
   

2

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The cost of Discipleship

 

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

·        List down the conditions which Jesus set for his disciples

 

·        Assignment(let learners get them from textbook)

·        Questions and answers

·        Discussion

 

·        Class textbook 2

·        Bible: Luke 14: 25-30

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Retrieving the Lost

·        Parable of the Lost sheep

·        Parable of the Lost coin

 

By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to:

·        Narrate the parable of the lost son

 

·        Narrating the parable

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (read textbook and make notes)

 

·        Real objects (coins)

·        Pictures and photos of sheep/pigs

·        Class textbook

   
 

NINE

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The parable of the Lost son

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of the parable of the lost son

 

·        Role play

·        Brief visits of the pig farm

·        Assignment(read from class textbook and make notes)

 

·        Bible: Luke 15:11-32

·        Pictures and photos of ship/pigs

·        Class textbook

·        Chalk board

   
   

2

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Wealth and Poverty

·        Parable of the Shrewd Manager

 

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

·        Describe the parable of the dishonest steward

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

 

·        Bible: Luke 16:1-32

·        Class textbook 2

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

The Journey to Jerusalem The Rich man and Lazarus  

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

·        Narrate the parable of the rich man and Lazarus

 

·        Singing

·        Drawing messages from sons and sing

·        Assignment

 

·        Photos

·        Chalkboard

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Bible Lk: 16:19-31

·        Class textbook 2

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The power of Faith

(a)    The ten leapers

 

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

·        Define the term faith

·        Identify the teachings of Jesus on the power of faith

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Assignment (note making)

·        Group discussions

 

 

 

 

·        Bible Lk 17:1-37

Lk 17:11-19

·        Cutting from newspaper

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

The Journey to Jerusalem  

(b)    The coming of the Kingdom

 

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

·        Explain the importance of faith in Christian life

 

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Group discussions

·        Assignment (Note making)

 

 

·        Bible: Lk 17:20-37

·        Class textbook 2

·        Resource person

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Persistence in prayer-Parable of the widow and the unjust judge

 

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

·        Understand and answer key questions from the topics covered

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Recite a prayer

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment

 

·        Bible:Lk 18:1-8

·        Picture of people/ a person praying

·        Chalkboard

   
 

ELEVEN

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Parable of the Pharisees & the tax collector

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Jesus from the parable of the Pharisees and the tax collector

 

·        Assignment (reading the Bible and class text and making notes

·        Role play

 

·        Bible: Luke 18:9-14

·        Picture of a person praying

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

·        The way to salvation

·        Jesus blesses little children

·        Rich young ruler

 

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

·        Explain Jesus’ teachings on the way to salvation

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making (assignment

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible

·        Class textbook 2

·        Chalk board

·        Pictures of little children

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Jesus prophesied about his death for the third time

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

·        Discuss the suffering of Jesus in his effort to bring salvation

 

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

·        Class discussion

 

·        Class textbook 2

·        Bible

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalk board

   
 

TWELVE

 

1

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Healing of the blind beggar

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Jesus on the way to salvation found in the healing of the blind  beggar

 

·        Explanation

·        Assignment (Reading the text and making notes

·        Bible reading

 

·        Song

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

2

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

Jesus and Zacchaeus

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Jesus on the way to salvation as found in the story of Zacchaeus

 

·        Explanation

·        Role play

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (making notes

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible: Lk 19:1-2

·        Drawings or illustration

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

The Journey to Jerusalem

 

The Parable of Gold coins (Ten Pounds)

 

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

·        Describe the parable of the gold coins (ten Pounds)

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Role play

·        Explanation

·        Assignment (making notes

·        Bible reading

 

Bible: Lk 19:11-27

Real objects

   
 

THIRTEEN

 

 

 

MID-YEAR EXAMS

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

·        Answer questions from the topics or all areas covered in the course of the term

       
FORM TWO CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM III

 

ONE

 

1-3

 

Revision of the previous end of term exam

 

 

 

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

·        Understand and answer questions asked from the areas covered previously

 

 

     
 

TWO

 

1

 

The Ministry in Jerusalem

 

Jesus’ triumphant entry to Jerusalem

 

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

·        Describe the triumphant entry of Jerusalem

 

·        Note taking

·        Singing

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Questions & Answers

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Song (Tape)

·        Bible: Lk 19:28-40

·        Chalk board

   
   

2

 

The Ministry in Jerusalem

 

Cleansing of the temple

 

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

·        Explain the importance of cleansing of the temple

 

·        Dramatization

·        Note taking

·        Class discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Pictures

·        Class textbook

·        Bible: Lk 19:45-48

·        Chalk board

   
   

3

 

The Ministry in Jerusalem

 

Conflict between Jesus and Jewish leaders

·        Jesus’ authority Is questioned by priests/teachers

 

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

·        Give reasons why Jesus had conflicts with high priest and the teachers of the law

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explaining Bible readings (verses)

·        Note taking

 

Bible: Lk: 20:21-25

Class textbook

Resource person

Teacher’s notes

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

The Ministry in Jerusalem

 

Jesus with Sadducees

·        Question about marriage and resurrection

 

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

·        Give reasons why Jesus had conflicts with Jewish leaders on issues of resurrection and marriage

 

Teacher’s comments

Note taking

Assignment

Group discussion

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Class textbook CRE

   
   

2

 

Jesus’ Ministry in Jerusalem

 

Paying of taxes

 

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

·        Give reasons why Christians should pay taxes to the government

 

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Discussion

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Note making and taking

 

·        Learner’s textbook 2

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Teacher’

   
   

3

 

Jesus’ Ministry in Jerusalem

 

Question about the Messiah and the teachers of the law

·        Hypocrisy

 

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

·        Explain the conflict between Jesus and the Jewish leaders on the question about the Messiah

 

·        Bible reading

·        Assignment

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Explanation

 

·        Bible

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Resource person

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

Jesus’ Ministry in Jerusalem

 

 

Eschatology

·        Signs

·        Start of troubles

·        Coming of the son of man

 

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

·        Explain Jesus’ teaching on eschatology

 

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible

·        Resource Person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Jesus’ Ministry in Jerusalem

 

 

 

Importance of eschatology to the Christian today

 

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

·        Discuss the lessons Christians learn from the eschatology

 

·        Class discussion

·        Songs

·        Note making

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Tape

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalk board

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

3

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

Introduction: Plans of Judas to betray Jesus

 

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

·        State the meaning of the last supper

·        Explain the reasons which made Judas to betray Jesus

 

·        Teachers’ questioning

·        Teacher’s explanation

·        Students answering

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

·        Discussion

·        Bible reading

 

Bible Lk: 22:1-38

Films

Class text

Teacher’s notes

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

Preparation for the Lord’s supper

 

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

·        Outline the preparations that Jesus and his disciples made for the last supper

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Assignment

 

·        Resource person

·        Drawing

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible Lk:22: 7-13

   
   

2

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

Preparations for the Lord’s Supper

 

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

·        Outline the preparations that Jesus and his disciples made for the last supper

 

 

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Resource person

·        Drawing

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible Lk:22: 7-13

   
   

3

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

The Lord’s Supper

 

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

·        Give the meaning to the actions of Jesus during the Last Supper

 

·        Oral; evaluation

·        Read from class text

·        Note making

·        Class discussion

·        Teachers’ comment

·        The bible

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalk board

·        Film

   
SIX  

1

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Importance of the Lord’s Supper to Jesus’ disciples

 

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

·        Show the importance of the Lord’s Supper to his own disciples

 

·        Note taking

·        Discussion

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Importance of the Lord’s Supper to Christians today

 

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

·        Discuss the meaning of the last supper of Jesus to Christians today

 

·        Class discussions

·        Note making and taking

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

3

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Prayer on the Mount Olives

 

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

·        Narrate what took place at the Mount of Olives

 

·        Dramatization

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible: Lk 22:39-46

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Importance of prayers to the Christians today

 

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

·        Give reasons why Christians should pray

 

·        Note taking

·        Questions and Answers

·        Class discussion

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook 2

·        Resource person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Jesus’ betrayal and arrest

 

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

·        Describe how Jesus was betrayed and finally arrested

 

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

 

·        Bible:Lk 22:47-53

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Film

   
   

3

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

The denial by peter

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

·        Give reason why Peter denied Jesus

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

 

·        Bible: LK 22:54; 23:23

·        Video tapes

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

·        Jesus before the High priest

 

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

·        Comment on Jesus’ response during his trial before the High Priest

 

·        Bible reading

·        Dramatization

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: Lk 22: 54;23:23

·        Video tapes

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Jesus before the Council (Sanhedrin)

 

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

·        Define what is Sanhedrin and show how it handled Jesus trial

 

·        Students take notes

·        Teacher’s brief lecture

·        Role play

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Trial before Pilate, 1st time

 

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

·        Comment on the behavior of Pilate during the first trial of Jesus

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Dramatization

 

Bible (RVS)

Resource person

Class textbook 2

Teacher’s notes

Chalkboard

   
 

NINE

 

1

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Trial before Pilate, 2nd time

 

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

·        Comment on Pilate’s response during the second trial of Jesus

 

·        Bible reading

·        Dramatization

·        Explanation

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Resource person

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook 2

   
   

2

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

The Crucifixion and Death of Jesus

 

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

Explain the relevance of the suffering and death of Jesus to Christians

·        Assignment

·        Group discussion

·        Points on Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s comment

·        Reading text and notes

·        Bible: Lk 23: 26-43

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

 

The death and burial of Jesus

 

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

·        Show how Jesus prepared himself for his death

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        assignment

 

·        Bible: Lk23:44-56

·        Class text book 2

·        Film

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

The resurrection

·        Testimony of the holy women

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should

·        describe the behavior of the holy woman during Jesus’ arrest, trial and crucifixion

 

·        Discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Singing

 

·        Bible: Lk 24:1-12

·        Tapes

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
   

2

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Disciples on the road to Emmaus

 

 

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

·        Show how Jesus revealed himself to the disciples on the road to Emmaus

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Dramatization

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible: Lk24:13-32

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Appearance of the disciples

 

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

·        Describe how Jesus appeared to his disciples

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making

·        Questions and answers

·        Dramatization

 

·        Bible: Lk 24:33-49

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalk board

   
 

ELEVEN

1

 

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

The Ascension of Jesus

 

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

·        Narrate how Jesus ascended to heaven

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and  Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible: Lk:50-53

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2-3

 

Jesus’ Passion Death and Resurrection

 

 

Importance of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus

 

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

·        Describe the resurrection of Jesus Christ

·        State the importance of the resurrection of Jesus to Christians

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Class discussions

·        Note taking

 

·        Resource Person

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
 

TWELVE

 

 

END OF THE YEAR EXAM    

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

·        Answer questions from the areas covered in the Form 2 syllabus correctly

       
 

FORM THREE CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM I

 

ONE

 

1& 2

 

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

 

Introduction

·     Peter’s message on the day of the Pentecost

 

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

·        Discuss the importance of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the

(a)    Day of Pentecost

(b)    Church today

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Dramatization

·        Questions and Answers

·        Brief lecture

 

·        Bible Acts 2: 1-40

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

 

·        Peter’s message

·        The teaching of Jesus on the role of the Holy Spirit

 

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

·        Relate Peter’s message on the day of Pentecost

·        Explain the teachings of Jesus on the role of the holy spirit

·        Role Play

·        Summary on the Chalkboard

·        Note taking

·        Bible reading

·        Discussions

 

·        Bible: john 14:15-26; 16:5-15

Acts 1:7-8

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4-1

 

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

 

The gifts of the Holy Spirit

 

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

·        Identify the gifts of the Holy spirit

·        Appreciate love as the greatest of all spiritual gifts

 

·        Role Play

·        Explanations

·        Discussion

·        Assignment

·        Note taking

·        Reviewing previous lesson

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible:1Cor. 12,13,14

·        Class textbook

·        Bible commentaries

·        Dictionary

·        Chart/chalkboard

·        Audio-visual aids

   
 

TWO

 

2

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

 

 

The criteria for discerning the gifts of the Holy Spirit

 

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

·        Explain the Criteria for discerning the gifts of the Holy Spirit

 

·        Brief exercise in class

·        Questions & Answers

·        Brief discussion

·        Assignment

·        Reading text and making notes

 

·        Bible: I Cor. 12:1-3; Matthew 7:15-20

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual aids

   
   

3

 

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

 

 

Manifestations of the gifts of the Holy Spirit in the church today

 

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

·        Discuss the manifestations of the Holy Spirit in the church today

·        Appreciate the gifts of the Holy spirit

 

·        Learners to discuss the gifts of the Holy Spirit

·        Summary & assignment

·        Bible reading

·        Writing down

 

·        Bible: Gal.5:16-26

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4

 

The Gift of the Holy Spirit

 

 

The Fruits of the Holy Spirit

 

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

·        Identify the fruits of the holy spirit

·        Seek the fruit of the Holy Spirit

 

·        Group discussion

·        Question and Answers

·        Explanations

·        Bible reading

·        Assignment (Compose a song on the same)

 

·        Bible: Gal.5: 6-26

·        Chalkboard

·        Tape

·        Charts

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

The Unity of Believers

 

Introduction

 

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

·        Define what is unity

·        Explain the factors that promote unity in Kenya

 

·        Group discussion

·        Brief lecture

·        Points on Chalkboard

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible: 1Peter2:9-10 (RSV)

·        Class textbook

·        Symbols of the national unity

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible commentary

   
   

2

 

The Unity of Believers

 

The People of God

 

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

·        Explain the unity of believers as the people of God

 

·        Discussion (Hot spot-pg19)

·        Explanations

·        Bible reading

·        Summarize main points on the chalkboard

·        Note making

 

·        Bible: 1pet2: 9-10 (RSV)

·        Class textbook

·        Symbols of national unity

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible commentary

   
   

3

 

The Unity of Believers

 

The Body of Christ

 

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

·        Explain the New Testament teaching on the Body of Christ

·        Strive for unity

·        Display on the chart

·        Explanations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible (RSV) 1Cor. 12:12-27

Eph.4:1-12

·        Bible commentary

·        Diagram on a chart Pg. 10; story pg 20

   
   

4

 

The Unity of Believers

 

The vine and the Branches

 

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

·        Explain the teaching on the vine and the branches

·        Strive to be fruitful Christians

 

·        Bible reading

·        Display on the chart

·        Explanation

·        Question and Answers

·        Note making

 

 

·        Bible reading (RSV)

John 15:1-1-

Bible commentary

·        Picture of a vine with grape fruit

·        Chalkboard

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

The Unity of Believers

 

 

The Church

 

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

·        Explain the unity of believers as a church

·        Appreciate the unity of believers as the church

 

·        Explanation and examples

·        Discussion

·        Relevant assignment

·

 

·        Bible (RSV)

Ephesians 5:1-10

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

 

The Unity of Believers

 

The Bride

 

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

·        Explain the unity of believers as the bride of Christ

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Display of pictures

 

 

·        Bible (RSV)

Rev. 21:1-12; 2cor.11:2

·        Picture of bride and bridegroom

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

The Unity of Believers

 

The causes of disunity in the early church & solutions offered

 

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

·        Identify causes of disunity in the early church

·        Explain the solutions offered by Paul to the problems in the early church

·        Give suggestions

·        Read the Bible

·        Ask questions

·        Note making

·        Answer Questions

 

·        Bible (RVS)

Rev.21:1-12; 2 Cor.11:2

·        Teachers note

   
   

4

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

Introduction

·        Definition of terms

·        Categories of Prophets

 

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

·        Define the term ‘prophets

 

·        Review of studied prophets (Moses, Elijah, Samuel, etc)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Short lectures

 

Bible(RSV)

Bible commentary

Bible dictionary

Chalkboard

Teacher’s notes

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

 

Importance of Prophets in Israel

 

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

·        Explain the importance of prophets in Israel

·        Appreciate the role of Prophets today

 

·        Discussions

·        Giving examples

·        Learners to dramatise the role of prophets

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Bible commentary

·        Bible dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2-4

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

 

·        The characteristics of prophets

And

·        The writing of prophetic messages

 

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

·        Describe the characteristics of prophets in Israel

·        Explain how prophetic messages were written

·        Desire to preserve God’s written word

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanation

·        Referring to class textbook

·        Assignment (making notes)

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Bible commentary

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

 

Relationship between the O.T prophecies and the New Testament

 

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

·        Explain the relationship between the O.T prophecies and the New Testament

 

·        Assignment (students to carry out a research)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Bible commentary

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

 

Similarities between the African Traditional prophets and the Old Testament prophets

 

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

·        Draw parallels between the African traditional prophets and the Old Testament prophets

 

·         Review of Prophetic role in Israel

·        Questions & Answers

·        Explanations

·        Summary

 

·        Bible Commentary

·        Ref: Book: African Religions and philosophy by J.S.Mbiti

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RSV)

   
   

3

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

 

 

Differences between the African Traditional prophets and the Old Testament

 

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

·        Draw parallels between the African traditional prophets and the Old Testament prophets

 

·        Assignment (Reading the class textbook and making note)

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible commentary

·        Ref: Book: African Religions and philosophy by J.S. Mbiti

   
   

4

 

Selected O.T Prophets and their Teachings

 

 

 

Relevance of prophets to Christians today

 

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

·        Explain the relevance of prophets to Christians today

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Discussion in small groups

·        Note taking

·        Assignment

 

·        Bible commentary

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Audio-visual material on prophets

 

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

Prophet Amos

 

Introduction Background to Amos

(a)    Political

 

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

·        Describe the historical background to Amos under the following titles:

(i)                Political background

 

·        Brief lecture

·        Explanations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (Learners to read more and make notes

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible(RVS)

Amos1: 1;7:14-15

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Learner’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Prophet Amos

 

(b)    Social

 

(ii)              Social and religious background

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (learners to read more and make notes)

·        Brief lecture

 

Teacher’s note

Learner’s textbook

Chalkboard

Bible commentary

Bible (RVS)

   
   

3

 

Prophet Amos

 

The Call of Amos

 

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

·        Describe the call of Amos

·        Emulate the obedience of Amos at the time of his call

 

·        Bible reading

·        Teacher to give summary of the call of Amos

·        Explanations

 

·        Bible RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual

·        Bible commentary

   
   

4

 

Prophet Amos

 

The Visions of Amos

·        A great swarm of locusts

 

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

·        Describe the visions of Amos

 

·        Discussion

·        Note making

·        Explanations

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Bible commentary

·        Chalkboard

   
 

EIGHT

 

2

 

Prophet Amos

 

Prophet Amos

 

·        Vision of great fire

·        Vision of crooked wall

·        Vision of a basket of ripe fruit

 

·        Dramatizing the visions

·        Drawing diagrams of the visions

·        Identification

·        Reading more from text and making notes

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Diagram of the vision

·        Drawings

·        Class text

·        Bible (RSV)

   
   

2

 

Prophet Amos

 

·        Vision of the destruction of the altar

 

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

·        Explain the importance of the five visions of Amos

 

·        Reading more from text and making notes

·        Identification

·        Drawing diagrams of visions

·        Dramatising the Visions

 

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Teacher’s nptes

·        Diagram of the vision

·        Drawings

·        Class text

   
   

3

 

Prophet Amos Teachings

 

 

The Teachings of Prophet Amos-Social Justice and responsibility

(i)                Oppression of the poor

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Amos on social justice and responsibility

 

·        Group discussions

·        Explanation

·        Points on Chalkboard

·        Bible reading

 

·        Newspaper cuttings on social justices and responsibility

·        Bible (RSV)

   
   

4

 

Prophet Amos

Teachings

 

(2) Corruption and bribery

(3) Dishonesty

 

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

·        State some of the social injustices in a modern society

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Suggestions

·        Assignment (read more and make notes from class text)

·        Teacher reviews the lesson

 

·        Articles on crimes

·        Chalkboard

   
 

NINE

 

 

1

 

Prophet Amos Teachings

 

 

(4) Sexual immorality

(5) Drunkenness

 

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

·        Discuss the effects of social injustice and irresponsibility

 

·        Assignment (read more and make notes from class text)

·        Teacher reviews the lesson

·        Questions and answers

 

·        Articles on crimes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Prophet Amos Teachings

 

(6) Profaning the Name of God

(7) Pride in material possession

 

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

Suggest solution to profaning the name of God

 

·        Suggestions by learners

·        Summary (Teacher)

·        Note taking (Students

·        Class discussion

 

·        Resource person

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

Amos:

Hypocritical religion in Israel

 

·        Insincere Worship

·        Empty sacrifices

 

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

·        Define the following

(i)                Hypocrisy

(ii)              Syncretism

(iii)             Idolatry

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making

·        Group discussions

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Dictionary

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person

   
   

4

 

Amos:

Hypocritical religion in Israel

 

·        Syncretism

·        Idolatry

 

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

·        Summarize the teachings of Amos on

(i)                Syncretism

(ii)              Idolatry

 

 

·        Discussions

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (things worshipped as idols)

 

·          Bible Commentary

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Dictionary

·        Bible(RSV)

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

Amos Judgment against Israel and other nations

 

Punishment and repentance

·        Damascus

·        Gaza

·        Tyre

·        Edom Moab

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Amos on Punishment and judgment

 

·        Listing nations to be punished

·        Questions and  answers

·        Defining the terms

·        Bible reading

Bible (RVS)

Dictionary

Bible commentary

Newspaper cuttings

   
   

2

 

Amos Judgment against Israel and other nations

 

·        Israel

 

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

·        Explain the teachings of Amos on punishment and judgment

 

·        Listing nations to be punished

·        Questions and answers

·        Defining terms

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Dictionary

·        Bible commentary

·        Newspaper cuttings

   
   

3

 

Amos

 

Israel’s election

 

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

·        Describe the teachings of Amos on Israel’s election

 

·        Explanation (Teacher)

·        Discussion

·        Bible reading (Students)

·        Making notes (Students)

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4

 

Amos

 

The day of the Lord

 

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

·        Explain Amos’ teachings on the day of the Lord

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reading class textbook and making notes

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

   
 

ELEVEN

 

1

 

Amos

 

The Remnant and Restoration

 

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

·        Appreciate God’s mercy and love for those who are faithful

 

·        Learners to ask questions

·        Resource person to answer

·        Making notes (students)

 

·        Bible Amos 9:8-15)

·        Resource person (pastor)

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Amos’ teachings and their relevance to Christians today

 

·        Universality of God

·        Hypocrisy

·        Justice

 

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

·        Explain Amos’ teachings and their relevance to Christians today

 

·        Class discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Bible commentary

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

Amos’ teachings and their relevance to Christians today

 

·        Self indulgence

·        Bribery

·        Punishment

 

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

·        Strive to live a life acceptable to God

 

·        Class discussion

·        Note making

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Audio-visual materials

   
   

4

 

Amos

 

·        Wealth

·        Obedience

·        Judgment day

 

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

·        Relate Amos’ teaching on wealth, obedience and judgment to Christian understanding of the same

 

·        Group discussions

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Comments by teacher

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Class textbook 3

·        Bible commentary

   
 

TWELVE

 

1

 

Amos

 

·        Drunkenness

·        Salvation

 

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

·        Strive to live a life acceptance to God

 

·        Assignment(learners to read from class textbook and notes)

 

·        Audio-visual material

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

Amos

 

·        Sacrifice

·        Repentance

·        Remnant

 

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

·        Strive to live a life acceptable to God

 

·        Assignment (learners to read from class textbook and make notes

 

·        Audio visual-material

·        Resource person

   
     

3

&

4

 

REVISION

AND

END TERM EXAM

 

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

·        Discuss various topics covered

·        Answer adequately questions from the topics covered

       
FORM THREE CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM II

 

ONE

 

1-4

 

REVISION WORK

   

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

·        Answer all the revision questions correctly

       
 

TWO

 

1

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

·     Introduction

·     Political Background

·     Kinds:

·     (Josiah) 640-609BC)

·     Jehoahaz (609 BC)

 

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

·        Describe the political background of Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        Brief lectures

·        View of map

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

 

Learners textbook

Map

Chalkboard

Teacher’s notes

The Bible (RVS)

   
   

2

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

(iii)             Jehoiakim (609-597 BC)

(iv)             Jehoiachin (597BC)

(v)              Zedekiah (597-587)

 

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

·        Appreciate God’s self-revelation in historical events

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (read and make notes)

·        Summary on chalkboard

·        Map

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s note

·        Learner’s CRE Bk 3

   
   

3

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        Social Background

 

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

·        Describe the social background of Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        Review previous lesson

·        Identification by social classes (students)

·        Group discussion (how different people of different classes relate

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible commentary

·        Learner’s CRE Bk 3

·        Bible (RSV)

 

   
   

4

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        Religious Background

 

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

·        Describe the religious background of Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        Discussions

·        Note making (assignment)

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Bible commentary

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

Persona life of Jeremiah

 

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

·        Describe the personal life of Jeremiah and state lessons learnt from Jeremiah’s example

 

·        Explanations

·        Note making

·        Narrating(students)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

 

Chalkboard

Audio-visual aids

Teacher’s notes

Bible (RVS)

   
   

2

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        The call of Jeremiah

·        Lesson from his call

 

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

·        Describe the call of Jeremiah

 

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Dramatization

·        Assignment(read and make notes)

 

Bible (RVS)

Bible commentary

Teacher’s notes

Chalkboard

Learner’s BK 3 CRE

   
   

3

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

·        Christian responsibilities

 

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

·        Take up responsibilities at home, church and school

 

·        Guided discussion on issues of responsibility (from Jeremiah)

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Bible commentary

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Learner’s Bk 3 CRE

   
   

4

 

Evils addressed by Prophet Jeremiah

 

(a)    Necromancy

 

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

·        Define the term necromancy

·        Explain why Jeremiah condemned necromancy

 

·        Checking meaning of word (students)

·        Reading text

·        Class discussion

·        Summary (teacher)

·        Note making

 

Dictionary

Learner’s Bk 3 CRE

Teacher’s notes

Bible(RSV)

Real objects (stones, beads)

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

Evils addressed by Prophet Jeremiah

 

(b)    Dishonesty or Deception

 

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

·        Define the terms ‘dishonesty’ and ‘deception’

·        Explain why Jeremiah condemned dishonesty

 

·        Checking meaning of words

·        Folktale

·        Role play (cheating in an exam

·        Examples from bible

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Dictionary

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Evils addressed by Prophet Jeremiah

 

(c)     False prophesy (Hannanaih)

·        Jeremiah’s encounter with Hannanaiah

 

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

·        Explain Jeremiah’s teachings on false prophesy

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Dramatize/role play (encounter of the two)

·        Note making

 

 

Newspaper cutting on false prophets

Teachers notes

Chalkboard

Bible commentary

   
   

3

 

Evils addressed by Prophet Jeremiah

 

(d)    Human Sacrifice

 

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

·        Explain Jeremiah’s teachings on human sacrifices

 

·        Drawing examples from the Bible and the society

·        Discussion by learners

·        Oral questions

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible (TSV)

·        Newspaper cuttings on ritual killings

·        Pictures (on human sacrifice)

·        Resource person

   
   

4

 

Evils addressed by Prophet Jeremiah

 

(e)    Idolatry

 

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

·        Define the term idolatry

·        Explain the relevance of Jeremiah’s teachings on idolatry to Christian life today

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation class discussion

·        Assignment on relevance of Jeremiah’s teachings to Christians

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Bible commentary

·        Pictures

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Audio visual material

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

Jeremiah’s Temple Sermon

 

·        False belief about the temple

·        Hypocrisy

 

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

·        Explain Jeremiah’s Temple sermon and identify the evils he condemned

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Class discussion

·        Assignment on relevance of Jeremiah teachings to Christians

 

·        The bible

·        A chart

·        Jeremiah’s picture

·        Bible commentary

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Jeremiah’s Temple Sermon

 

·        Defilement of the temple

·        Idolatry

·        Human sacrifice

 

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

·        Show how people misuse the churches today

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

·        Discussions

 

·        The bible

·        A chart

·        Jeremiah’s picture

·        Chalkboard

·        Teachers notes

   
   

3

 

Jeremiah’s Temple Sermon

 

·        Dishonesty

·        Stubbornness and rebellion

·        Social injustice

 

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

·        List evils addressed by Jeremiah and show their effects to the society

 

·        Listing of evils addressed

·        Class discussion (on effects)

·        Note taking

 

·        Learner’s text book

·        Resource person

   
   

4

 

Jeremiah’s Temple Sermon

 

Relevance of the teachings of Jeremiah on evils and false Prophecy to Christians

 

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

·        Explain the relevance of Jeremiah’s teachings on evil and false prophets to Christians today

 

 

·        Class discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reviewing previous lesson

 

Bible(RSV)

Learner’s textbook

Guiding questions from the teacher

Chalkboard

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

Jeremiah’s Temple Sermon

 

Relevance of the teachings of Jeremiah on evils and false Prophecy to Christians

 

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

·        Appreciate the need to live a righteous life

 

·        Assignment (use class textbook and Bible to make notes

 

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Guiding questions from the teacher

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Jeremiah’s Teaching on Judgment and Punishment

 

·        God is a just judge

·        God judges people by looking at their hearts

 

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

·        Analyse Jeremiah’s teachings on judgment and punishment

 

·        Questions &Answers

·        Explanations

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible commentary

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

Jeremiah’s Teaching on Judgment and Punishment

 

 

·        Judgment would befall Judah’s people as a group

 

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

·        Strive to live a righteous life

 

·        Assignment (Reading the class textbook and making notes)

 

·        Bible commentary

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RSV)

   
 

SEVEN

 

1-2

 

 

Jeremiah’s Teaching on Judgment and Punishment

 

 

 

·        Judgment by means of political historical event

·        Divine punishment in form of natural disaster

·        Unavoidable God’s punishment

 

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

·        Discuss the teachings of prophet Jeremiah on God’s judgment and punishment

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Listing disasters in society today

 

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Manila paper

   
   

3-4

 

Jeremiah’s Teaching on Judgment and Punishment

 

 

 

·        God’s Judgment meant for correction

·        Chance for repentance before punishment

·        God’s judgment is universal

 

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

·        State the purpose of God’s judgment on the Israel

 

·        Researching and reporting

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reviewing lesson and summarizing the main points

 

·        Teachers notes

·        Chalkboard

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

Jeremiah’s Teaching on Judgment and Punishment

 

 

 

·        Suffering as a punishment from God

·        God’s judgment is real

 

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

·        Write down Christian teaching about God’s judgment

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Note taking

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Learner’s Bk 3

   
   

2

 

Jeremiah’s Symbolic Acts related to Judgement and Punishment

 

·        Linen waistcloth

 

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

·        Relate the symbolic act of the wearing of a linen waistcloth

 

·        Bible reading

·        Dramatization

·        Listing all Jeremiah’s symbolic action

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

Jeremiah’s Symbolic Acts related to Judgment and Punishment

 

·        Jeremiah’s personal life as a symbol

·        His visit to the Potter’s house

 

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

·        State the importance of Jeremiah’s life of celibacy and solitude

 

·        Explanation

·        Role play

·        Note making

·        Bible reading

 

·        Regalia

·        Teacher’s note

·        Chalkboard

·        Class text

   
   

4

 

Jeremiah’s Symbolic Acts related to Judgment and Punishment

 

·        Broken Clay flask

·        Two baskets of figs

 

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

Narrate Jeremiah’s visit to a Potter

 

·        Bible reading

·        Note taking

·        Dramatization

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanation

 

·        Regalia

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s note

·        Class text

   
 

NINE

 

1

 

Jeremiah’s Symbolic Acts related to Judgment and Punishment

 

·        Wearing of the yoke

 

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

·        Narrate Jeremiah’s wearing of the yoke

 

·        Suggestions

·        Reading both bible and class text to make notes

·        Questions and Answers

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Regalia

   
   

2

 

Jeremiah’s Suffering and Lamentation

 

Rejection by his own family and relatives

 

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

·        Explain the rejection of Jeremiah by his family and relatives

 

·        Bible reading

·        Teachers comments

·        Note making and taking

·        Discussions

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Audio visual material

·        Bible commentary

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

Jeremiah’s Suffering and Lamentation

 

 

 

·        Jeremiah is accused falsely

·        Jeremiah received death threats

 

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to Identify the false accusations made against Jeremiah

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Reading more and making notes

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook

·        Bible commentary

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4

 

Jeremiah’s Suffering and Lamentation

 

 

 

Jeremiah suffered loneliness and solitude

 

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

·        Explain the trials of faith that Jeremiah experienced

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible reading

·        Class discussion

 

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

·        Bible (RSV)

   
 

TEN

 

1 &2

 

 

Jeremiah’s Suffering and Lamentation

 

 

 

·        Jeremiah inner personal struggle

·        His spiritual

 

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

·        Strive to overcome temptations

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

3 & 4

 

Jeremiah’s Suffering and Lamentation

 

 

 

·        Jeremiah suffered physical assault and imprisonment

·        Relevance of Jeremiah’s suffering and lamentations to Christians today

 

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

·        Describe the physical assault of Jeremiah and the death threats he received

 

·        Role Play

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Note making

 

Audio visual material

Chalkboard

Bible commentary

Teacher’s notes

Bible (RVS)

   
ELEVEN  

1&2

 

Jeremiah

 

The New Covenant

 

 

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

·        Explain Jeremiah’s teaching on the New Covenant

 

·        Bible reading

·        Checking the meaning

·        Group discussion

·        Note making

 

·        Bible/Dictionary

·        Class textbook

·        Dictionary

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3 & 4

 

Jeremiah

 

Symbolic acts to hope and restoration

 

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

·        Explain the symbolic act of the buying of land and its importance

 

·        Review previous lesson

·        Class discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making after reading text

 

·        Bible

·        Bible commentary

·        A title deed

   
 

TWELVE

 

 

 

REVISION WORK

   

By THE end of the term, the learner should be able to:

·        Answer all the questions from all the areas (topics) covered

 

·        Group discussions

·        Assignments

 

·        Class textbook exercise duties

·        Group work

·        Note book

·        Past papers

·        Schemes of marking

   
 

THIRTEEN

   

END OF TERM TWO EXAM

           
FORM THREE CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM III

 

ONE

 

1-4

 

Revision for the previous term’s exam

   

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

·        Understand what was required as correct answers in the previous exam

 

·        Group presentations

·        Questions and Answers

·        Discussions

·        Explanations

 

·        Question paper

·        Teacher’s marking scheme

·        Student’s notes

·        Class textbook

·        Teacher’s guide

   
 

TWO

 

1

 

(Continuation)

Prophet Jeremiah

 

The fall of Jerusalem and the exile of the Israelites

 

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

·        Describe the fall of Jerusalem

 

·        Bible reading

·        Displaying map

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanations

·        Note making

 

Bible (RVS): Jer 39

Picture of Zedekiah

Map showing location of Jerusalem

Chalkboard

Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Prophet Jeremiah

 

Relationship between Jeremiah’s teachings to the N.T and Christian life today.

·        His personal life as a teaching

 

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

·        Relate the personal life, suffering and lamentations of Jeremiah to the N.T and Christian life today

 

·        Bible reading

·        Reviewing(Teacher)

·        Explanation (Teacher)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment(read text and make notes)

 

·        Bible (RVS): 39

·        Picture of Zedekiah

·        Map showing location of Jerusalem

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Social and religious background

 

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

·        Describe the social and religious background to Nehemiah

 

·        Learners to describe in their notebooks..

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Bible commentary

·        Teachers notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Map showing Babylon

   
   

2-4

 

Nehemiah

 

Occasions when Nehemiah prayed

 

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

·        Identify and explain occasions when Nehemiah prayed

 

·        Brief lectures

·        Reading Bible

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reading text and making notes (assignment)

 

·        Resource person

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

Nehemiah

 

 

 

Importance oF prayer in Christian Life

 

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

·        Explain the importance of prayer in Christian life

 

·        Reviewing occasions when Nehemiah prayed

·        Preparation of sample prayers

·        Explanations

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Samples of prayers

   
   

2

 

Nehemiah

 

 

 

Good leadership qualities in Nehemiah

·        Trust in God

·        Being prayerful

 

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

·        Describe how Nehemiah demonstrated good leadership qualities

 

·        Class text reading

·        Bible reading

·        Group work to identify from Bible and class text boo

·        Presenting in class

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Courage

·        Hard work & Commitment

·        Team Spirit

 

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

·        Develop good leadership qualities

 

·        Points on Chalkboard in outlined form

·        Assignment (learners to refer to points chalkboard and make notes)

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person

   
   

4

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Planning & Organizational skills

·        Compassion

·        Patriotism

 

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

·        Strive to acquire good leadership qualities

 

·        Class text reading

·        Bible reading

·        Group work to identify from Bible and Class textbook

 

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Class textbook

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Wisdom & Decisiveness

·        Role model

·        honesty

 

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

·        Strive to acquire good leadership qualities

 

·        Presenting in class

·        Points on chalkboard in outlined form

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

Nehemiah

 

Relevance of Nehemiah’s Leadership to Christians today

 

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

·        Explain what Christians today can learn from Nehemiah’s leadership

 

·        Class discussion

·        Learners to identify

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Writing in groups

 

·        Class notes

·        Class texts

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

3

 

Nehemiah’s

 

Problems faced by Nehemiah

·        Lack of co-operation

 

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

·        Describe the problems faced by Nehemiah during his mission

 

·        Text reading

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Role play on Nehemiah’s problems

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Learners textbook

·        Picture from class textbook pg 158

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Resource person

·        Bible:Neh.5:1-18

   
   

4

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Opposition from enemies

·        Oppression from the poor

 

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

·        List down the enemies who opposed Nehemiah

 

·        Debate (How leaders today face opposition)

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Nehemiah 5:1-18

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Picture from class textbook page 158

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Resource person

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Misuse of the temple and the offerings

·        Violation of the Sabbath

 

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

·        show ways in which the Jews were breaking the Sabbath law

 

 

·        Class discussions

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

·        Dramatise how Jews were influenced by foreigners

 

·        Bible (RVS)

Neh 13:4-13, 15-22

·        Learners textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Picture from class textbook pg 158

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

Nehemiah

 

·        Foreign influence

 

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

·        Explain how the Jews were influenced by foreigners negatively

 

Dramatise how Jews were influenced by foreigners

 

Bible (RVS)

Learner’s textbook

Chalkboard

Picture from class textbook page 158

Teacher’s notes

Resource person

   
   

3

 

Nehemiah

 

Relevance if Nehemiah’s experiences to Christians today

 

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

·        Explain what Christians today can learn from Nehemiah’s experiences

 

·        Review previous lesson

·        Identify problems

·        Listing

·        Suggestions

·        Assignment (learner to make notes

 

Bible (RVS)

Learner’s textbook

Chalkboard

Audio-visual aids

Newspaper cuttings

   
 

EIGHT

 

4&1

 

Nehemiah

 

Renewal of the covenant

 

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

·        Discuss how the covenant was renewed

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Dramatisation

·        Dictating and explaining notes

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Audio-visual aids

   
   

2&3

 

Nehemiah

 

Dedication of the wall of Jerusalem

 

 

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

 

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Summarize

·        Assignment(Learner to make note

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Models of musical instruments

   
 

NINE

 

4-2

 

Nehemiah

 

 

Nehemiah’s final reforms

 

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

·        Explain Nehemiah’s final reforms

 

·        Mime reforms

·        Explanations

·        Note making

·        Dramatisation of reforms

·        Bible reading

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Learner’s textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible commentary

   
   

3

 

Nehemiah

 

Relating Nehemiah’s good life to Luke’s gospel

 

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

·        Relate the teachings from Nehemiah’s exemplary life to St. Luke’s gospel

 

·        Review and revise notes

·        Questions and Answers

·        Getting examples from Luke’s gospel

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Learners Bk 3

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4

 

Nehemiah

 

Relating Nehemiah’s good to Christians life today

 

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

·        Relate the teachings from Nehemiah’s exemplary life to Christian life today

 

·        Reviewing and revising

·        Discussing

·        Carry out a survey

·        Comparing

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Learner’s textbook 3

·        Chalkboard

   
 

TEN

&

ELEVEN

 

1-4

 

Revising Sample Test Papers

       

Class textbook 3

Gateway Secondary Revision C.R.E

   
 

TWELVE

   

END OF TERM EXAM

           
FORM FOUR CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM I

 

ONE

 

1

 

Introduction to  Christian ethics

 

Definition of Christian ethics

 

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

·        State the meaning of Christian ethics

 

·        Brief lecture

·        Case study on moral judgement

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook 4

·        Chalk board

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Introduction to  Christian ethics

 

Basis of Christian ethics

 

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

·        Explain the basis of Christian ethics

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reading text

·        Note making

·        Group discussions

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Cl;ass textbook 4

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Definition of terms

(i)                Human sexuality

(ii)              Marriage

(iii)             Family

 

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

·        Give the meaning of the following terms:

(i)                Human sexuality

(ii)              Marriage

(iii)             Family

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reporting group findings

·        Note making

·        Assignment

 

·        Class textbook 4

·        English dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual aids

·        Diagram of male/female

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Traditional African understanding of human sexuality

 

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

·        Explain the traditional African understanding of human sexuality

 

·        Class project (Read from class text and African Religions and Philosophy and make notes

·        Summary by teacher

·        Class discussions

 

·        Class textbook 4

·        African Rel. & Philosophy by Mbiti

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

   
 

TWO

 

1

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Christian teaching on human sexuality

 

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

·        Explain Christianity teachings on human sexuality

 

·        Reviewing definitions

·        Reading the bible

·        Explanations

·        Other information’s sources

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person (Pastor)

·        Other related materials

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Traditional African practices related to male-female relationship during

(i)                Childhood

(ii)              Adolescent

 

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

·        Describe Traditional African practice related to male-female relationships at:

(i)                Childhood

(ii)              Adolescent

 

·        Group discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Learner’s notes

·        African Religions & Philosophy

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

(iii)             Marriage

(iv)             Old age

 

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

Describe Traditional African practice related to male-female relationships at

(iii)             Marriage

(iv)             Old age

 

·        Group discussion

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

·        Reading test

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Learner’s textbook 4

·        Resource person

·        Bible (RVS)

·        African Religions & Philosophy

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Christian teaching on male-female relationship at various levels

 

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

·        Explain \Christian teachings on male-female relationship at various levels

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Discussion

·        Listening/watching audio visual aids

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook 4

·        Audio visual aids

·        Chalkboard

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Christian teaching on responsible sexual behaviour

 

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

·        Explain Christian teachings on responsible sexual behaviour

 

·        Explanation

·        Role play

·        Assignment

·        Note making

·        Summarise points on chalkboard

 

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook 4

·        Audio visual aids

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Christian teaching on irresponsible sexual behaviour

·        Incest

 

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

·        Identify different forms of irresponsible sexual behaviour

 

·        Identifying cases from Bible

·        Group discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

 

·        Written case study (ies)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

3

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Rape

 

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

·        Explain what the causes of rape are in the society

 

·        Bible reading

·        Group discussion

·        Points of chalkboard

·        Note making

 

·        Written case studies

·        Dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource Person

·        Class textbook

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Fornication

 

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

·        Discuss factors which lead people to fornication

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Outlining the teachings

·        Suggesting solutions

·        Note making

 

·        Dictionary

·        Resource person

·        Bible(RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Written case studies

   
 

FOUR

 

1

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Adultery

 

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

·        Outline the bible teaching on adultery and show causes of this evil in our society

 

·        Group discussion

·        Outlining the causes and effects

·        Questions and Answers

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Assignment (make notes)

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Resource person (pastor)

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Homosexuality

 

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

·        Define homosexuality

·        List down the bible teachings on homosexuality and suggest solution to this evil

 

·        Explanation

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (make notes)

·        Outlining the causes and effects

 

Bible (RVS) Gen 1:28: Rom 1:26-29

Newspaper cuttings

Dictionary

Teacher’s notes

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Prostitution

 

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

Show why some people engage in prostitution today

 

·        Class discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Teacher’s comments

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

·        Bible (RVS)

Gal5:19-21

Luke 7:36-59

·        Newspaper cuttings

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Christian teachings on effects of irresponsible sexual behaviour

·        HIV & AIDS

 

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

·        Define HIV and STDs

·        Explain the effects of irresponsible sexual behaviour with reference to HIV and AIDS and STIs

 

·        Reading relevant bible verses

·        Listing down STIs

·        Brief talk from guest speaker

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        HIV and AIDS manual for facilitators

·        Doom or Bloom, your choice

·        Audio visual aids

·        Chart/guest

·        Newspaper cuttings

 

 

   
 

FIVE

 

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

·        Sexually transmitted Infections (STIs)

 

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

·        Discuss the causes of STIs to the victims and the family at large

 

·        Group discussion

·        Case study

·        Assignment (research more and record in book)

 

 

 

·        Resource person (medical doctor)

·        Audio-visual material

   
 

 

 

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

·        Abortion

·        School drop out

 

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

·        Define abortion

·        Show how irresponsible sexual behavior leads to school drop out

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Reports of group discussion

·        Recite poem

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper

·        Magazine

·        Chalkboard

·        Posters, pictures

·        Diagram

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

·        Separation and Divorce

·        Death

 

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

·        Explain how irresponsible sexual behavior can lead to death, separation and divorce

 

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and Answers

·        Explanations

·        More research

·        Note making

 

·        Dictionary

·        Magazine

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Bible (RVS) 1 Cor 7:11, 15-16

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

·        Unplanned pregnancies

·        Street children

 

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

·        Define unplanned pregnancy

·        Explain why children live in the streets

 

·        Group discussion (brainstorming on causes)

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Learners to review the points and express their views and make notes

 

·        Bible

·        Resource person

·        Written case study

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio visual aids

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Psychological problems:

·        Stress

&

Depression

 

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

·        Discuss the causes of stress and depression

 

·        Stories from bible

·        Check meaning

·        Bible stories (Lot, Joseph and Potiphar’s wife)

·        Research more and make notes

 

·        African Religions & Philosophy

·        Charts/posters

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Newspaper

·        Chalkboard

·        Dictionary

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

·        Self-pity

&

·        Withdrawal

 

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

·        Outline the solutions for self-pity and withdrawal

 

·        Discussion

·        Questions and answers

·        Note making

·        Bible stories

·        Mime self pity and withdrawal

 

·        Dictionary

·        Charts/posters

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Video tapes

·

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

·        Aggressiveness

&

·        Violence

 

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

·        Distinguish between aggressiveness and violence

 

·        Brain storming

·        Dramatise violence

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment  (learners to research more from class text and make notes

 

·        Picture showing violence

·        Magazines/newspaper

·        Class textbook

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Traditional African understanding of marriage

 

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

·        Explain the traditional African understanding of marriage

 

·        Talk from resource person

·        Questions and Answers

·        Research and note making

 

·        African Religions and philosophy

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

·        Resource Person

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Christian Teaching on marriage

 

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

·        Explain Christian teaching on Marriage

 

·        Review of previous lesson

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalk board

·        Audio visual aids

·        Class textbook

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Preparation for marriage in Traditional African Society

 

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

·        Describe the traditional approaches to marriage preparation

 

·        Brief talk from Resource person

·        Questions and Answers

·        Assignment (read more from text and make notes)

 

·        African Religion and Philosophy

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Christian teachings on preparation for marriage

 

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

·        Describe Christian approaches to marriage preparation

 

·        Talk from marriage counselor

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Making and taking notes

 

·        Guest speaker

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chart

·        Chalkboard

·        Church and marriage by Okullu

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Celibacy as an alternative to marriage

 

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

·        Define celibacy

·        Explain the Christian teaching on celibacy

 

·        Talk from Catholic priest or nun

·        Watching a video

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note taking

 

·        Dictionary

·        Resource person (Catholic priest/nun)

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Video tape

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

Traditional African understanding of the family

 

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

·        Describe the traditional African understanding of the family

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussion

·        Assignment (read more and make notes from class text)

 

·        African Religion & Philosophy

·        Chart

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Christian understanding of  the family

 

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

·        Appreciate the Christian understanding of the family

 

·        Teacher reviews previous lesson

·        Bible reading

·        Debate

·        Summary in point form

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
 

 

 

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Value of responsible parenthood

 

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

·        Explain the values of responsible parenthood

 

·        Teacher to give a case study

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussions

·        Assignment (read class textbook and make notes

 

·        Bible(RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Magazines

·        Newspaper

·        Written case studies

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

 

Problems related to family life today

 

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

·        Identify problems related to family life today

·        Discuss problems related to single family life

 

·        Brainstorming

·        Questions and Answers

·        Discussing the case study

·        Views from students

·        Assignment (Further research & report preparation)

 

·        Class text CRE Bk 3

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Magazines

·        Written case studies

   
 

NINE

 

1

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Traditional African approaches to problems related to family life today  

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

·        Evaluate traditional African approaches to family life problems

 

·        Brief talk from resource person

·        Dramatisation (wife beating)

·        Note making and taking

 

·        African Religion & philosophy

·        Chalkboard

·        Learner’s textbook 4

·        Resource person

·        Magazine

·        Audio visual aids

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

Christian approaches to problems related to family life today

 

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

·        Outline the various Christian approaches to family life related problems today

 

·        Bible reading

·        Case study presentation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Watching videos

·        Assignment (note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Written case study

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Magazine

·        Audio-visual aids

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

 

·        Introduction

·        Definition of terms ‘work’ & vocation’

 

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

·        Define the terms ‘work’ and ‘vocation’

·        Explain the traditional African attitude to work

 

·        Making notes

·        Class discussion

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Checking meaning

 

·        Photos

·        Chalkboard

·        Dictionary

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible (RVS)

·        CRE learner’s BK 4

·        Newspaper cuttings

   
   

4

Christian approaches to human sexuality, marriage and family

 

 

 

Christian teachings on work

 

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

·        State the Christian teaching on work

 

Bible reading

Questions and Answers

Explanation

Note making

 

·        Bible(RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

TEN

 

1

 

Christian Approaches to work

 

Roles of professional ethos, ethics and codes in society

 

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

·        Explain the role of professional ethos, ethics and codes in society

 

·        Checking meanings from dictionary

·        Listing common professions

·        Discussions

·        Note making

 

 

·        Dictionary

·        Class textbook BK4

·        Bible (RVS)

·        T.S.C code of regulation

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

Christian Approaches to work

 

Virtues related to various types of work:

·        Diligence

·        Honesty/integrity

 

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

·        Desire to acquire virtues related to work

 

·        Check the meaning from the dictionary

·        Discussing importance of each virtue

 

·        Dictionary

·        Class text Bk

·        Resource person

·        Bible (RVS)

·        T.S.C code of regulation

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

 

 

3

 

Christian Approaches to work

 

·        Faithfulness

·        Responsibility

 

By the end of the lesson the learner should be ale to:

·        Outline the benefits of an employee being faithful and responsible to his/her employer

 

·        Discussion in Groups & presenting points on chalkboard

·        Note making

 

·        Resource Person

·        Bible (RSV)

·        T.S.C code of regulation

·        Class text Bk 4

·        Dictionary

·

   
   

4

Christian Approaches to work

 

 

Loyalty & Tolerance

 

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

·        Define loyalty and tolerance in relation to work ethics

 

·        Discussion in groups & presenting points on chalkboard

·        Note making

 

·        Dictionary

·        Resource person

·        Bible(RSV)

·        T.S.C code of regulation

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Class textbook 4

   
 

ELEVEN

 

1

 

Christian Approaches to work

 

Moral duties and responsibilities of employers and employees

 

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

·        Explain the moral duties and responsibilities of employers

 

·        Review previous lesson

·        Questions an d Answers

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Presentations

·        Assignment (writing an essay on same topic

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Group presentations

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        TSC code of regulations

   
   

2

Christian Approaches to work

 

 

Christian approaches to issues related to employment

·        Wages/industrial action

 

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

·        State the biblical teachings on wages

·        Identify the conditions that should be fulfilled to make a strike morally justified

 

·        Review previous lesson

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Case study

·        Assignment (Research on industrial action)

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Pictures

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Newspaper cuttings (on strikes)

   
   

3

 

Christian Approaches to work

 

 

Child labour

 

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

·        State the causes of child labour in Kenya

·        Explain why child labour is against Christian teachings

 

·        Group discussion guided by teacher

·        Presentations of findings

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Assignment (write down rights of children)

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Pictures

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Placards

·        Resource person

   
   

4

Christian Approaches to work

 

 

Unemployment and self-employment

 

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

·        Identify the causes of unemployment in Kenya

·        Appreciate work

 

·        Brainstorming

·        Questions and Answers

·        Group discussion

·        More research and note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Learner’s Bk 4

·        Newspaper cuttings or photos

·        Dictionary

   
 

TWELVE

  REVISION FOR EXAMS    

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

Answer questions from all covered areas adequately

  ·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook

·        Learners notes

   
 

THIRTEEN

   

END OF TERM ONE EXAM

           
FORM FOUR CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM II

ONE  

1-4

 

Revision of the previous Term’s exam

   

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

·        Understand what was required as correct in the previous exam

 

·        Discussing in groups

·        Presenting answers

·        Explaining answers

     
 

TWO

 

1

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

·        Introduction

·        Definition of leisure

·        Types of leisure

 

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

·        State the meaning of leisure

·        Appreciate the importance of leisure

·        Identify the different types of leisure

 

·        Questions and Answers

·        Looking for meaning

·        Listing

·        Comparing

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook

·        Chalkboard

·        Dictionary

·        Pictures

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

Traditional African understanding of leisure

 

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

·        Explain the Traditional African understanding of leisure

 

·        Reviewing

·        Class discussion

·        Singing

·        Reciting poems on work

·        Listing T.A leisure

·        Note making

 

·        Class textbook 4

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

·        Drawings/pictures

   
   

3

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Christian teaching on leisure

 

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

·        State the Christian teaching on leisure

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Brief visit to church

·        Observe church activities

·        Assignment from text book

 

·        Collected stories

·        Articles

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Importance of Leisure

 

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

·        Explain the importance of leisure

·        Appreciate the importance of leisure

 

 

 

·        Text reading

·        Class discussion

 

·        Bible(RVS)

·        Pictures

·        Resource person

·        Class textbook 4

   
THREE  

1

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Various forms and uses of leisure

 

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

·        outline various forms of leisure

·        Explain the uses of leisure

 

·        Listings/outlining

·        Definitions

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Audiovisual aids

·        Pictures

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Misuse of leisure today

 

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

·        Explain how leisure activities are misused in society today

 

·        Group discussion

·        Essay writing

·        Presentations

·        Assignment(note making

 

·        Pictures

·        Class textbook

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

3

 

 

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Misuse/abuse of drugs

 

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

·        Discuss the causes and effects of drug abuse

 

·        Role play

·        Assignment (bible reading and note making)

·        Questions and Answers

·        Brief lecture

 

·        Resource person

·        Pictures

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Abuse of alcohol

 

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

·        Explain the causes of alcohol abuse

·        Strive to discourage alcohol abuse in the community

 

·        Bible reading

·        Teacher’s comment

·        Talk from resource person

·        Role play

·        Assignment (note making)

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Resource person

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Bible (RVS)

   
 

FOUR

 

1

 

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Effects of drug abuse

 

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

·        Discuss the effects of drug abuse

·        Strive to live a productive life

 

·        Group discussion

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Questions and Answers

·        Role play

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

 

Remedies of drug abuse

 

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

·        Discuss what Christians can do in order to curb the abuse of drugs

·        Strive to live a productive life

 

·        Draw examples from society and Bible

·        Sharing with a resource person

·        Assignment

·        Making notes

 

Bible (RVS)

Class text CRE Bk 4

Resource person

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to leisure

 

 

Christian criteria for evaluating the use of leisure

 

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

·        Explain the Christian criteria for evaluating the use of leisure

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Highlighting main points (teacher)

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class text CRE BK 4

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

·        Introduction

·        Definitions

ü  Wealth\

ü  Money

ü  Poverty

 

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

·        Define the concept wealth money and poverty

·        Appreciate wealth as a blessing from God

 

·        Short lecture

·        Questions /Answers

·        Checking meaning

·        Note making

 

·        CRE Bk 4

·        English dictionary

·        Realia (money)

·        Audio Visuals

·        Chalkboard

   
 

FIVE

 

1

 

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

Traditional African understanding of wealth and poverty

 

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

·        Explain the tradition of African understanding of wealth and poverty

 

·        Talk from resource person

·        Explanation

·        Question and Answers

·        Views from student

·        Summary & note making

 

·        Modern Christian living pg 138

·        Introduction to African Religions by Mbithi

·        Audio-visual material

·        Resource person

   
   

2

 

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

Impact of money economy in Traditional African Society

 

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

·        Describe the impact of the introduction of money economy on traditional African society

 

·        Group discussion

·        Points on Chalkboard

·        Summarise explanations (teacher)

·        Assignment (essay writing on same topic)

 

·        Regalia

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual material

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

Christian teachings on money, wealth and poverty

(i)                money

 

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

·        Explain Christian teachings on money and wealth

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanations

·        Group discussions

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note taking

 

·        Modern Christian living

·        Chalkboard

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

(ii)              Wealth

 

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

·        Appreciate the Christian teachings on money and wealth

 

·        Reading more from class textbook

·        Making notes

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Audio-visual material

·        Chalkboard

·        Modern Christian living

   
 

SIX

 

1

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

(iii)             Poverty

 

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

·        Define poverty

·        Explain Christian teachings on poverty

 

·        Checking meaning

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Song presentation

·        Note making

 

·        Dictionary

·        Audio-visual material

·        Chalkboard, posters, songs

   
   

2 & 3

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

 

Christian approaches to issues related to wealth

·        Fair distribution

·        Bribery/corruption

 

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

·        Discuss Christian approaches to fair distribution of wealth

·        Desire to lead a life free of bribery and corruption

 

·        Check meaning

·        Class discussion

·        Explanations/Answers

·        Assignment project

 

·        Photographs

·        Dictionary

·        Posters

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

Life skills

·        Decision making

·        Critical thing

·        Creative thinking

·        Self-esteem

·        Assertiveness

 

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

·        Discuss the importance of the following life skills:

·        Decision making

·        Creative thinking

·        Assertiveness

 

·        Brief lecture

·        Questions & Answers

·        Explanation to the steps

·        Assignment: read more and  make notes

 

·        Chalkboard

·        English dictionary

·        Audio-visual materials

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

SEVEN

 

1

 

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

Christian Values

 

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

·        Uphold Christian values of love and honesty in acquisition and use of wealth

 

·        Finding meaning of terms

·        Bile reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions/answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Audio-visual material

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

·        Introduction

·        Definitions of terms:

-Law

Order

-Justice

 

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

·        Define the term ‘law’, ‘order’ and ‘justice’

·        Show the relationship between law, order and justice

 

·        Check meaning

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Reading textbook

·        Making notes

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Dictionary

·        A set of school rules/regulations

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

Traditional African practices that promote law, order and justice

 

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

·        Describe the traditional African practices that promote law, order and justice

 

Review of past lesson

Question & Answers

Talk from resource person

Note taking

 

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Resource person

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

Biblical teachings on law, order and justice

 

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

·        Explain the biblical teachings on law order and justice

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Question &  Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Class textbook

·        Teacher’s notes

·        Modern Christian living

   
 

EIGHT

 

1

 

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

The need for law, order and justice in the society

 

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

·        Give reasons for law, order and justice in the society

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Group discussion

·        Question & Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Class textbook

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Pictures, chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

2

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

 

Rights and duties of citizens

 

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

·        Explain the rights of citizens

·        Strive to be obedient citizens

 

·        Questions and answers

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making

 

·        A chart

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Class textbook

   
   

3

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

Causes of Social disorder

 

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

·        Discuss the causes of social disorder

·        Shun discrimination

 

·        Group discussion

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Questions and Answers

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Dictionary

·        Chalkboard

·        Newspaper/magazine

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

Remedies to social disorders

 

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

·        Strive to promote law, order and justice

 

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Questions and Answers

·        Resource person’s talk

·        Note making

 

 

·        Bible (RSV)

·        Pictures

·        Dictionary

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

NINE

 

1

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

Christian participation in the

(i)                Society

(ii)              Economic life

 

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

·        Evaluate the role of Christian society

 

·        Class discussion

·        Question and answers

·        Points on chalkboard

·        Read bible references

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Chalkboard

·        Teachers’ notes

   
 

 

 

2

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

(iii)             Political Life

 

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

·        Identify the role of Christians in transforming the economic and political life of the society

 

·        Explanation

·        Reading text CRE bk 4

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

3 & 4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

 

 

The Church and the State relationship

 

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

·        Discuss church-state relationship

 

·        Group discussion

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Highlight main ideas

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Church and politics in Kenya by Okullu

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Chalkboard

   
 

TEN

ELEVEN

TWELVE

THIRTEEN

 

 

 

REVISION & MOCK EXAMS

           
FORM FOUR CRE

SCHEMES OF WORK

TERM III

 

ONE

 

1

 

 

4

 

Revision of End of Term II Mock Exam

   

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

·        Understand what was required as the correct answers in the Mock Exams

 

·        Group discussions

·        Questions and Answers

     
 

TWO

 

1

 

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

·        Introduction

·        Definition of

(i)                Science

(ii)              Technology

(iii)             Environment Euthanasia

 

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

·        Define the terms

(i)                Science

(ii)              Technology

(iii)             Environment

·        Explain the Christian views on euthanasia

 

·        General overview

·        Bible reading

·        Questions and answers

·        Explanations

·        Group discussions

·        Summarize

·        Assignment (learners to make notes)

 

·        Class textbook 4

·        Bible (Gen 1:1-31)

·        Chalkboard

·        Dictionary

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Teachers notes

   
   

2

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

 

·        Blood transfusion

 

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

·        Define blood transfusion

·        Explain the Christian view on blood transfusion

·        Appreciate the sanctity of life

 

·        Define terms

·        Questions and answers

·        Resource person (nurse) to give talk on the issue

·        Listing dangers of blood transfusion

·        Note making

 

·        Resource person

·        Dictionary

·        Saline solution, Ringer’s solution

·        Class text book 4

·        Bible (RVS)

   
   

3

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment  

·        Organ transplant

 

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

·        Define organ transplant

·        Make morally upright decisions on the issue of organ transplant

 

·        Check meaning

·        Group discussion

·        Mentioning organs

·        Listing on chalkboard

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Note making

 

·        Documentary

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

·        Dictionary

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Teacher’s notes

   
   

4

 

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

·        Genetic Engineering

 

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

·        Define genetic engineering

·        Make moral decisions on the issue of genetic engineering

 

·        Check meaning

·        Sharing in groups

·        Presentations and discussion

·        Note making

 

·        Types of genetically engineered foods

·        Pictures

·        Resource person

·        Class textbook 4

·        Chalkboard

·        Teacher’s notes

   
 

THREE

 

1

 

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

Plastic surgery

 

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

·        Define plastic surgery

·        Explain the Christian view on plastic surgery

·        Bible reading

·        Explanation

·        Mentioning ways of improving a person’s appearance

·        Debate

·        Note making

·

 

·        Resource person

·        Audio-visual aids

·        Pictures

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Chalkboard

   
   

2

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

 

·        The Christian views on the effect of Science and Technology on the environment

 

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

·        Define pollution and desertification

·        Appreciation our environment

 

 

·        Check meaning

 

·        Bible reading

 

·        Explanation

 

·        Question and answers

 

·        Note making

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper cutting

·        Class textbook

·        Pictures

   
   

3-4

 

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

 

Pollution & the environment

 

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

·        Identify the types of pollution

·        State the effects of pollution on our environment

 

·        Brief visit (Field trip)

·        Discussing the role of a Christian in keeping the environment clean

·        Assignment (more research and report writing

 

·        Bible (RVS)

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Resource person

·        Pictures

   
 

FOUR

 

1-2

 

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science, technology & Environment

 

 

Desertification

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

·        List causes of desertification

·        State the effects of desertification on the environment

 

·        Brief visit (field trip)

·        Discussing the effects of desertification on the environment

·        Assignment (more research and report writing

 

·        Bible

·        Newspaper cuttings

·        Resource person

·        Chalkboard

   
   

3-4

 

Sample Examination Papers

           
FIVE 1-4  

REVISION FOR NATIONAL EXAMS

           
    NATIONAL EXAMS            

 

 

 

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