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Wednesday, 23 November 2022 12:11

CRE (Moron) - Class 8 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

CRE Standard Eight  Schemes of Work: Term One 2023 

 

LES

TOPIC

SUBTOPICS

OBJECTIVES

T/L ACTIVITIES

T/L RESOURCES

REFERENCES

REMARKS

1

 

Revision of work covered in previous class in preparation for class eight work

 

2

1

God’s help and self help

The  body is the temple  of God

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

  1. Describe  how the body is the temple  of the Holy Spirit
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible: Romans  12:13, 1 Corinthians 6:13,1920
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 (moran)pg11 1

 

 

 

2

 

God’s help and self help

 

Drugs and how they are abused

 

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

  1. Describe  how each drug is misused
  2. Describe  how alcohol is misused
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Observations
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible: Ephesians 5:18
  • Pictures
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 3

 

 

3

 

God’s help and self help

 

Effects of drugs on the human body

 

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

  1. Give the effects of drugs on the human body
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Demonstrations
  • The  Good  News Bible: Ephesians 5:18
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg.5

 

3

1

God’s help and self help

Sexual misuse

 

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

  1. State types of sexual misuse and their effects
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer sessions
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible: Romans  1:2427, 1 Corinthians 6:911,  Galatians 5:19
  • Newspaper cuttings
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE (moran)

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 7

 

2

God’s help and self help

Effects of sexual misuse

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

  1. State the types of sexual misuse and their effects
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: Deuteronomy: 28:2022
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg. 11

 

 

3

 

God’s help and self help

 

Misuse of Natural resources

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

  1. Explain the effects of misuse of natural resources  by human kind
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Nature walks
  • The  Good  News Bible
  • Science magazines
  • Relevant newspaper cuttings
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg. 14

 

4

 

1

 

God’s help and self help

 

View of the traditional African society on use and misuse of God’s creation

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

  1. Describe  traditional African communities’ view on use and misuse of God’s creation
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Story telling
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE (moran)

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 17

 

2

God’s help and self help

Christian teaching  on use and misuse of God’s creation

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

  1. Explain the Christian teaching  on use and misuse of God’s creation
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Group work
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible: Genesis  1:1112, 2629,  Psalms 8:68
  • Real objects: polythene bags etc.
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 19

 

3

God’s help and self help

Response  to misuse of God’s creation

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

  1. Explain the effects of misuse of environment by humankind
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • : Psalms 104:1617
  • Real objects e.g. seedlings hoes, brooms  etc.
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 21

 

5

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

African stories of creation

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

  1. Narrate stories of creation  in the traditional African communities
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Story telling
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: Genesis  1:413,27
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 24

 

2

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Relationship between  the unborn, the living, the living dead and the ancestors

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

  1. State how the unborn, the living, the living dead and the ancestors  are related 
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Dramatization
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible: Matthew 1:117,  Genesis 13:1418, 50:2425
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg. 26

 

3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Differences between continuity of life in traditional

African religion and Christianity

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

  1. Differentiate between traditional African understanding of continuity of life and the Christian understanding
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • Field research
  • The  Good  News Bible: Thessalonians 4:417, 1 Corinthians 15
  • Resource  person
  • Charts
  • Flash cards
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 27

 

6

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Respect  for the life of the born and unborn

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

  1. Explain why we should respect  the life of both the born and the unborn
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: Psalms 139:1316
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 30

 

2

Assessment

Continuous assessment tests

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

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of content taught  in previous weeks
  2. Answer revision questions correctly
  • Writing
  • The  Good  News Bible
  • Writing materials

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 127

 

3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Concepts of God in the traditional African society and Christianity

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

  1. Mention some concepts of God in traditional
  2. African religion and Christianity
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: John 1:3, 6:35, 8:12, 4:6, 15:5, Matthew 6:9
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 32

 

7

 

HALF TERM

 

WEEK 6

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Response  to God  in the traditional African society

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

  1. State the ways in which the African people responded to the creator
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Narrations
  • Project  work
  • Presentations
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: Isaiah 1:1820, 9:67,  Jeremiah 31:2831
  • Real objects
  • Chalkboard

 Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 34

 

2

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Ways of reconciling with God  in the traditional

African society

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

  1. Explain how reconciliation with God  was done in the traditional African society
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Dramatizations
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible
  • Resource  person
  • Real objects
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg.36

 

 

8

3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Similarities between Christianity and traditional African beliefs and customs

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

  1. Describe  the similarities  and differences  between Christianity and traditional African beliefs and customs
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note taking
  • Question and answer
  • Group activities
  • The  Good  News Bible: Hebrews  1:1, Matthew 5:17, Exodus  34:1028
  • Charts
  • Flash cards
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 38

 

9

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Differences between Christianity and traditional beliefs and customs

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

  1. Describe  the differences  between Christianity and traditional African beliefs
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Singing
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: Exodus  20:35,  Hebrews  10:810
  • Resource  person
  • Chalkboard

 Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 40

 

2

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Causes  of suffering

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

  1. List causes of suffering
  2. Strive to prevent suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: John 9:15,  Luke 5:1726
  • Relevant newspaper  cuttings
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 46

 

3

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Types of suffering

– physical suffering

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

  1. Mention types of suffering
  2. Explain  various kinds of physical suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Narrations
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Brainstorming
  • The  Good  News Bible: John 19:13,  Mark 5:110, Luke 16:1921, Job 2:110
  • Relevant Pictures

Ppls Bk 8 pg.48

 

10

1

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Mental  and emotional suffering

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

  1. Identify various kinds of emotional suffering
  2. State various kinds of mental  suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

 Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 49

 

2

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Jesus Christ triumphs

over pain and suffering

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

  1. Explain the reasons for Jesus’ suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Dramatizations
  • The Good  News Bible: 1 Peter  2:621,  Isaiah 53:35, 1012,  John 19:2930, 20:110, Luke 23:2649,24:112
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg. 50

 

3

Jesus Christ’s victory over

pain and suffering

Purpose of suffering

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

  1. List some of the purposes  of suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Narrations
  • The  Good  News Bible:
  • 1 Peter  3:1822; 4:1219
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 51

 

 

11 

 

 

1

 

Jesus Christ’s victory over

pain and suffering

Martyrdom

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

  1. Describe  how Christians can triumph over pain through the help of the Holy Spirit
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Dramatizations
  • Note  taking
  • The  Good  News Bible: Acts 12:15,  7:5460
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Portraits
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 52

 

2

Jesus Christ’s victory over

pain and suffering

Christian suffering today

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

  1. Mention the kinds of suffering that Christians undergo today
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Singing
  • Prayers
  • The  Good  News Bible: 2
  • Corinthians 1:5
  • Charts
  • Audio visual materials
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 53

 

 

3

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Christian suffering today

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

  1. Mention the kinds of suffering that Christians undergo today
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Singing
  • Prayers
  • The  Good  News Bible: 2
  • Corinthians 1:5
  • Charts
  • Audio visual materials
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 54

 

12

 

God’s help and self help

Revision

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

  1. review content covered on God’s help
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Question and answer
  • Lessons notes
  • Chalkboard
  • Bible

Ppls Bk 8 pg.122.

 

13

 

Revision

 

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

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of content taught  in previous weeks
  • Asking and answering oral questions
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Lessons notes
  • Chalkboard
  • Bible

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg.155

 

14

END TERM EXAMS MARKING AND COMPILING RESULTS

 

Wednesday, 23 November 2022 08:17

CRE (Moran) - Class 8 Schemes of Work Term 2 2023

SCHEMES OF WORK

SCHOOL

CLASS

LEARNING AREA

TERM

YEAR

 

8

CRE

2

2023

Weeks

Lesson

Topic

Sub Topic

Objectives

Teaching/
Learning
Activities

Learning
Resources

References

Remarks

1

OPENING AND PREPATION

2

1

LIVING THE CHRISTIAN FAITH

Prayer

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

  1. State the meaning of prayer
  2. state the different postures given by God to our prayer
  3. explain how prayers can be made in private and public
  • Scripture
    reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
john 17:21
Luke 5:15
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8 page 56-58

 

 

2

 

Prayer

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

  1. State the meaning of prayer
  2. state the different postures given by God to our prayers
  3. explain how prayers can be made in private and public
  • Scripture
    reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
john 17:21
Luke 5:15
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8 page 56-58

 

 

 

3

 

Difference between prayer and magic

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

  1. Explain how prayers can be made in private and public
  2. Explain the difference between prayer and magic
  • Reading
  • narration
  • questions and answer
  • discussion

The Good
New Bible:
acts 8:8-10, 12, 13, 18-22
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8 page 59-61

 

 

3

1

 

Difference between prayer and magic

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

  1. Explain how prayers can be made in private and public
  2. Explain the difference between prayer and magic
  • Reading
  • narration
  • questions and answer
  • discussion

The Good
New Bible:
acts 8:8-10, 12, 13, 18-22
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8 page 59-61

 

 

 

2

 

Relationship between prayer and fasting

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

  1. Describe the relationship between prayer and fasting
  2. Differentiate between prayer and fasting
  3. Appreciate fasting as a mean of bringing one near to God
  • Reading
  • Questions and answer

The Good
New Bible:
Matthew 6:16-18
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 61

 

 

3

 

Relationship between prayer and fasting

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

  1. Describe the relationship between prayer and fasting
  2. Differentiate between prayer and fasting
  3. Appreciate fasting as a mean of bringing one near to God
  • Reading
  • Questions and answer

The Good
New Bible:
Matthew 6:16-18
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 61

 

4

1

 

Self-denial in service to others

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

  1. State the importance of self-denial in relation to serving others
  2. Desire to serve God and fellow human beings
  • Practical work
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
Matthew 8:34-35
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 62-63

 

 

2

 

Faith in daily action

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

  1. State the importance of having a living faith
  2. Live the Christian faith
  • Question and answer
  • Reading

The Good
New Bible:
Romans 12:1-2

Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-12
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 63-64

 

 

3

 

Faith in daily action

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

State the importance of having a living faith

Live the Christian faith

  • Question and answer
  • Reading

The Good
New Bible:
Romans 12:1-2

Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-12
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 63-64

 

5

1

 

Meaning of a living faith

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

  1. Live the Christian faith
  2. Appreciate that God answers prayers
  3. Dramatize the apostle James teaching about living by faith
  • Dramatizing
  • Reading

The Good
New Bible:
James 2:14-17, 5-16
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 64-64

 

 

2

 

living faith

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

  1. Live the Christian faith
  2. Appreciate that God answers prayers
  3. Dramatize the apostle James teaching about living by faith
  • Dramatizing
  • Reading

The Good
New Bible:
James 2:14-17, 5-16
Charts
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 64-64

 

 

3

SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND CHRISTIAN VALUES

Christian values

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

  1. State ways in which one practices justice
  2. Explain the importance of fairness in his or her daily life
  3. Desire to apply Christian principles in his or her life
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 67-70

 

6

1

 

Social problems

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

  1. Give reasons why a Christian should be honest
  2. Describe the effects of corruption in the society
  3. Use Christian values when dealing with social problems
  • Discussion
  • reading
  • dramatization
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 71-74

 

 

2

 

Social problems

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

  1. Give reasons why a Christian should be honest
  2. Describe the effects of corruption in the society
  3. Use Christian values when dealing with social problems
  • Discussion
  • reading
  • dramatization
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 71-74

 

 

3

 

Social problems

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

  1. Explain how nepotism destroys good relationships
  2. Use Christian values when dealing with social problems
  • Discussion
  • reading
  • dramatization
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 71-74

 

7

1

 

Social problems

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

  1. Explain what happens when resources are mismanaged
  2. Apply Christian values in his or her life
  • Discussion
  • reading
  • dramatization
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 71-74

 

 

2

 

Social problems

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

  1. Explain what happens when resources are mismanaged
  2. Apply Christian values in his or her life
  • Discussion
  • reading
  • dramatization
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 71-74

 

 

3

 

Upholding Christian values in our lives

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

  1. Avoid corruption, injustices and nepotism
  2. Desire to apply Christian principles in his or her life
  3. Use Christian value when dealing with social problems
  • Discussion
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

Newspaper cuttings

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 74-75

 

8

1

JESUS FREES AND COMMANDS

Meaning of Christian freedom

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

  1. State ways in which he or she reacts to authority
  2. Desire to achieve true freedom
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 77-79

 

 

2

 

Meaning of Christian freedom

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

  1. State ways in which he or she reacts to authority
  2. Desire to achieve true freedom
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 77-79

 

 

3

 

Jesus Christ shows his obedience to God

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

  1. Explain how Jesus Christ showed his obedience to God
  2. Describe how Jesus Christ showed His loyalty to His father
  • Singing
  • Miming
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 79-80

 

9

1

 

Jesus Christ shows his obedience to God

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

  1. Explain how Jesus Christ showed his obedience to God
  2. Describe how Jesus Christ showed His loyalty to His father
  • Singing
  • Miming
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 79-80

 

 

2

 

Jesus Christ’s reaction towards true freedom

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

  1. Explain how Jesus Christ reacted to Jewish authority
  2. Explain the teachings of Jesus Christ on freedom
  3. Desire to achieve true freedom
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 80-81

 

 

3

 

Jesus Christ’s reaction towards true freedom

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

  1. Explain how Jesus Christ reacted to Jewish authority
  2. Explain the teachings of Jesus Christ on freedom
  3. Desire to achieve true freedom
  • Reading
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 80-81

 

10

1

 

Jesus Christ’s respect for authority

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

  1. State ways in which he or she reacts to authority
  2. Describe how he or she relates to parents or guardians and community
  3. Respect his or her parent or guardians
  • Role-play
  • Reading
  • Question and answer
  • Singing

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 81-83

 

 

2

 

Jesus Christ’s respect for authority

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

  1. State ways in which he or she reacts to authority
  2. Describe how he or she relates to parents or guardians and community
  3. Respect his or her parent or guardians
  • Role-play
  • Reading
  • Question and answer
  • Singing

The Good
New Bible:
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Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 81-83

 

 

3

 

Personal freedom

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

  1. State how he or she makes use of personal freedom
  2. Describe how he or she relates to parents or guardians and community
  • Reading
  • Narration
  • Question and answer
  • discussion

The Good
New Bible:
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Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 83-85

 

11

1

 

Loyalty to the state

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

  1. Express loyalty to the state
  2. Explain the meaning of loyalty
  3. Desire to live a loyal life
  • Reading
  • Memorization
  • Question and answer
  • Singing

The Good
New Bible:
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Learners book

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 85-86

 

 

2-3

Assessment

Tuesday, 22 November 2022 08:33

CRE (Moran) - Class 8 Schemes of Work Term 3 2023

SCHEMES OF WORK

SCHOOL

CLASS

LEARNING AREA

TERM

YEAR

 

8

CRE

3

2023

Weeks

Lesson

Topic

Sub Topic

Objectives

Teaching/
Learning
Activities

Learning
Resources

References

Remarks

1

OPENING/PREPARATION

2

1

THE FAMILY AND MARRIAGE

Types of families

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

  1. state the different types of families.
  2. Appreciate his or her parents
  3. Appreciate his or her family structure
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
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PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8 page 88-89

 

 

2

 

Types of families

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

  1. state the different types of families.
  2. Appreciate his or her parents
  3. Appreciate his or her family structure
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8 page 88-89

 

 

 

3

 

Factors to consider when choosing a marriage partner

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

  1. State the factors to consider when choosing a marriage partner
  2. Describe the qualities of a good partner
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 89-92

 

3

1

 

Factors to consider when choosing a marriage partner

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

  1. State the factors to consider when choosing a marriage partner
  2. Describe the qualities of a good partner
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 89-92

 

 

2

 

Marriage

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

  1. State the factors to consider when getting married
  2. Mention the advantages of a Christian marriage
  3. Desire to form good relationships in the family
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 92-98

 

 

3

 

Marriage

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

  1. Describe the essential needs of a family
  2. Discuss what undermines a good marriage relationship
  3. Appreciate the Christian teaching on marriage
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 92-98

 

4

1

 

Marriage

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

  1. Describe the essential needs of a family
  2. Discuss what undermines a good marriage relationship
  3. Appreciate the Christian teaching on marriage
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussing
  • Explaining
  • Demonstrating
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 92-98

 

 

2

 

Qualities of a good parent

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

  1. State the qualities of a good parent
  2. Describe a good parent
  3. Appreciate his or her parents
  • Role-play
  • Essay writing
  • Public speaking and reading

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 98-99

 

 

3

 

Qualities of a good child

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

  1. List the qualities of a good child
  2. Appreciate his or her parents
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 99-101

 

5

1

RESPONDING TO CHRISTS’S CALL

Meaning of discipleship

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

  1. State the meaning of discipleship
  2. Describe the teaching of Jesus Christ of discipleship
  3. Ove other people
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 103-108

 

 

2

 

 

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

  1. Explain how loving one another demonstrates discipleship
  2. State the importance of loving others
  3. Love other people
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 103-108

 

 

3

 

 

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

  1. Explain the place of wealth in Christian discipleship
  2. List ways in which wealth is misused in Christian discipleship today
  3. Desire to be disciples of Jesus Christ
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 103-108

 

6

1

 

Role of evangelist and witnesses

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

  1. Distinguish between the work of an evangelist and witnesses
  2. Serve other willingly
  3. Appreciate the work of evangelist and witnesses in the church today
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization
  • Visiting a preacher in church
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 108-109

 

 

2

 

Role of evangelist and witnesses

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

  1. Deny himself or herself for the sake of Jesus Christ
  2. Appreciate the work of evangelist and witnesses in the church today
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization
  • Visiting a preacher in church
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Resource person

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 108-109

 

 

3

LEISURE

Meaning of leisure

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

  1. State the meaning of leisure
  2. State the different kinds of leisure
  3. Vary leisure activities
  • Dramatization
  • Reading
  • Memorization
  • Note taking

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 111-113

 

7

1

 

Leisure today and traditional African communities

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

  1. List leisure activities in traditional African society and in the modern society
  2. Vary leisure activities
  • Reading
  • Memorization
  • Question and answer

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 113-116

 

 

2

 

Use of leisure

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

  1. Describe the importance of leisure in his or her personal growth
  2. Explain the importance of leisure in a family
  3. Desire to make proper use of time for leisure
  • Reading
  • Q& A
  • Singing

 

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Cuttings of newspaper,

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 116-119

 

 

3

 

 

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

  1. Describe the use of leisure in cultural development
  2. Discuss how to make proper use of leisure time
  3. Appreciate the importance of leisure in a family
  • Reading
  • Q& A
  • Singing

 

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

Cuttings of newspaper,

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 116-119

 

8

1

 

Christian activities during leisure

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

  1. Name Christian activities they can do during leisure
  2. Desire to develop certain skills during their leisure
  • Reading
  • Q& A
  • Singing

 

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 119-121

 

 

2

 

Misuse of leisure

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

  1. Give example of how leisure is misused
  2. Avoid destructive leisure
  • Reading
  • Discussion
  • Dramatization
  • Recitation

 

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 121-123

 

 

3

 

Leisure and unemployment

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

  1. Write down the destructive elements in some leisure activities
  2. State the difference between leisure and unemployment
  3. Avoid destructive leisure
  • Reading
  • Q& A

 

The Good
New Bible:
chalkboard

 

PRIMARY
CRE learners’ book
8-page 123-124

 

CRE SCHEMEE OF WORK
STANDARD 8, 2023

TERM 1

WEEK

LESSON

TOPIC

SUB TOPIC

OBJECTIVES

T/L ACTIVITIES

T/L AIDS

REFERENCE

REMARKS

1

Opening and Revisions

2

1 – 3

God’s help and self help

  • The body is the temple of God
  • Various drugs and how they are abused.
  • Effects of drugs on human body.

 

The learner should be able to:

  1. Describe how the body is the temple of God.
  2. Name several drugs
  3. Describe how the drugs are misused.
  • Naming
  • Explanation
  • Question and answer
  • Story telling
  • Discussion
  • Singing
  • A poster
  • Listing
  • St Paul’s teaching

PrimaryCRE book 8 pg 1 – 3

Living in Christ pg 1 - 5

 

3

1 – 3

God’s help and self help

  • Sexual misuse
  • Effects of sexual misuse
  • Misuse of natural resources.

The learner should be able to:

  1. State types of sexual misuse and their effects
  2. Explain the effects of misuse of the environment by human kind.
  3. Appreciate the environment
  • Discussions
  • Question and answers
  • Explanation
  • Singing
  • Pictures of professor
  • Wangari Mathai in pupil’s book pg 19

 

Primary CRE book 8 pg 10 – 18

Living in Christ pg 2 - 3

 

4

1 – 3

 Revision and end of month exams

5

 

1 - 3

 

God’s help and self help

 

  • View of ATS on misuse of God’s creation
  • Christian teaching on misuse of God’s Cration
  • How to respond to the misuse of God’s cration.

The learner should be able to:

  1. Describe the traditional African view of misuse of God’s creation
  2. Explain the Christian teaching on the use and misuse of God’s creation.
  3. Appreciate the environment

 

  • Explain
  • Discussion
  • Story telling
  • Singing
  • Question and answer
  • A poster showing measures to control misuse of God’s creation

Primary CRE pg 20 – 25

Quick reading pg 4 - 5

 

6

1 – 3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

  • African stories of creation.
  • Relationship between unborn, living, living dead and the ancestors
  • Differences between continuity of life in African tradition and Christianity.

The learner should be able to:

  1. Narrate stories of creation in traditional African communities.
  2. State how unborn, living, living dead and ancestors are related.
  3. Differentiate between ATS understanding of continuity of life and Christianity.
  4. Desire to protect life.
  • Narrating
  • Discussion
  • Stating
  • Singing
  • Questions and answer
  • Memorizing
  • A poster listing the creation order in biblical story

Primary CRE book 8 pg 32 – 38

Quick reading pg 7 – 10

 

7

1 - 3

Revision and mid term exam and brak

8

1 – 3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

  • Respect for the life of the unborn and the born
  • Concepts of God in the ATS and Christianity.
  • Response to God and in ATS

The learner should be able:

  1. Explain why we should be able to respect life of both and unborn
  2. Mention concepts of God in African 
  3. religion and Christianity
  4. State some ways in which some African African people responded to the creator.
  5. Appreciate various concepts of God
  • Explain
  • Mentioning
  • Question and answer
  • Discussion
  • Memorizing
  • A poster of attributes of God in African religion and Christianity.

Primary CRE Book 8 pg 38 – 46

Quick reading CRE pg 10 – 11

 

9

1 – 3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

  • Ways of reconciling with God in ATS
  • Similiarities between Christianity and ATS
  • Differences between Christianity and traditional beliefs and customs

The learner should be able to:

  1. Explain how reconciliation with God was done in ATS
  2. Describe the similarities and differences between Christianity and traditional African customs and believe 
  3. Appreciate spiritual life of African people.
  • Explanation
  • Describing
  • Appreciating
  • Discussion
  • Question and answer
  • Aposter of the Lord’s prayer

Primary CRE pupils book 8 pg 48 – 50

Quick reading CRE bk 8 pg 11 - 14

 

10

1 - 3

JESUS CHRIST VICTORY OVER PAIN AND SUFFERING

  • Causes of suffering
  • Pain and suffering
  • Jesus pain in: mental, Physical , emotional

The learner should be able to:

  1. List causes of suffering
  2. Mention types of suffering
  3. Explain various types of mental, physical and emotion suffering
  4. Be ready to suffer for Jesus Christ
  • Listing
  • Explanation
  • Discussion
  • Question and answer
  • Singing
  • Story telling
  • A poster listing causes of suffering

Primary CRE pg 60 – 62

Quick reading pg 17 - 20

 

11

1 – 3

JESUS CHRIST VICTORY OVER PAIN AND SUFFERING

  • Jesus Christ triumphs over pain and suffering.
  • Purpose of suffering

The learner should be able to:

  1. Describe how Christians can thump over pain through the help of the holly spirit List some purpose of suffering
  2. Pray for Christians undergoing suffering
  • Describing
  • Listing
  • Praying
  • Question and answer
  • Discussion
  • Singing
  • Mentioning

 

  • A picture of Jesus Christ on the cross in pupils book pg 71

New primary CRE pg 70 – 73

Quick reading pg 21 -22

 

12

1 – 3

JESUS CHRIST VICTORY OVER PAIN AND SUFFERING

  • Christian suffering today

The learner should be able to:

  1. Mention kinds of suffering that Christians undergo today.
  2. Strive to prevent suffering
  3. Appreciate that by sharing in the suffering of Christ
  • Appreciate
  • Discussion
  • Question and answer
  • Reciting
  • Memorizing
  • Song ‘I am a soldier in the army`
  • Picture pg 76

Primary CRE book 8 pg 75 – 78

Quick reading CRE pg 22 - 23

 

13

1 – 3

Revision  and  closing  term

14

1 – 3

End Term 1 Exams and Closing

TERM 2

WEEK

LESSON

TOPIC

SUB TOPIC

OBJECTIVES

T/L ACTIVITIES

REFERENCE

T/L AIDS

ASSIGNMENT

REMARKS

1

1 – 3

Opening and Revisions

2

1 – 3

Relationship

The family and marriage

The learner should be able to:

  1. State the different types of family.
  2. State the factors considered when choosing a marriage partner.
  3. State factors to consider when getting married
  4. Mention advantages of Christian marriage
  • Role play
  • Reading the bible
  • Dramatization
  • Story telling

Primary CRE pupils book 8 pg 143 – 163

Quick reading CRE book 8 pg 42 – 43

  • The good news bible pictures

 

  • Observation
  • Oral questions

 

3

1 – 3

Relationship

The family and marriage

Describe the essential needs of a family

  1. Describe what undermines a good marriage relationship
  2. State qualities of a good parent
  3. List qualities of a good child
  • Discuss essential needs of a family, what undermines a good marriage
  • State the qualities of a good parent and a good child. Reading the bible.

Primary CRE pupils book 8 pg 159 – 161

Quick reading CRE book 8 pg 47 – 48

  • Bible
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Port folio questions
  • Written questions

 

4

1 – 3

Relationship

The family and marriage

  1. State the traditional African view of love and marriage.
  2. Explain the Christian teaching on love and marriage.
  3. Appreciate his or her family structure
  4. Desire to form good relationships in the family.
  • State traditional African view of love and marriage.
  • Discussing
  • Dramatization
  • Bible reading

Primary CRE pupils book 8 pg 161

Quick reading CRE book 8 pg 48

  • Bible resource person pictures.
  • Written questions

 

5

1 – 3

Relationship

The family and marriage.

  1. Appreciate his or her parents
  2. Portray good behavior
  3. Appreciate the Christian teaching on marriage
  • Role play
  • Discussing
  • Bible reading
  • Demonstration
  • Story telling

Primary CRE book 8 pg 161

Quick reading CRE book 8 page 48

  • Bible
  • Chart
  • Oral questions

 

6

1 – 3

Discipleship

Responding to Christ call

  1. State the meaning of discipleship
  2. Describe the teachings of Jesus Christ on discipleship
  3. Explain how loving one another demonstrates discipleship
  4. State the importance of loving others.
  5. Explain the place of wealth in Christian discipleship
  6. Explain ways in which wealth is misused in Christian discipleship
  • Defining discipleship
  • Demonstration
  • Discuss the importance of loving others
  • Explanation
  • Role play
  • Read the bible

Primary CRE pupils book 8 pg 166

Quick reading CRE book 8 pg 50 - 53

  • Bibles
  • Posters
  • Charts
  • Oral questions

 

7

1 – 3

Mid term exams and break

8

1 – 3

Discipleship

Responding to Christ’s call

The learner should be able to:

  1. Distinguish between the work of an evangelist and a witness.
  2. Desire to be disciples of Jesus Christ
  3. Serve others willingly
  4. Deny him or herself for the sake of Jesus Christ
  5. Love other people
  6. Appreciate the work of evangelists and witnesses in the church today
  • Role play
  • Demonstration
  • Discussion
  • Asking and answering questions

Primary CRE pg 179

Quick reading CRE book 8 pg 53

  • Resource person
  • Bible

 

  • Porto fillio questions

 

9

1 – 3

Christmas

Leisure

State the meaning of leisure

  1. State different kinds of leisure
  2. List leisure activities in ATS and modern society
  3. Describe the importance of leisure in his or her growth
  4. Explain the importance of leisure in a family
  • Definition
  • Discussion
  • Dramatization
  • Explaining
  • Describing
  • Reading the bible

Primary CRE book 8 pg 184 – 194

Quick reading CRE book 8 pupils book pg 55 – 57

  • Bible
  • Written questions

 

10

1 – 3

Christmas

Leisure

The learner should be able to:

  1. Describe the use of leisure in cultural development
  2. Name activities Christians can do during leisure
  3. Give examples of how leisure is misused
  4. Write down the destructive elements in some leisure activities
  5. State the difference Between leisure and unemployment
  6. Discuss on how to make proper use of leisure
  • Read the bible
  • Story telling
  • Citing examples
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration

Primary CRE book 8 pg 196 - 197

Quick reading CRE book 8 pupils book pg 58

  • Chart
  • Bible

 

  • Oral questions

 

11

1 – 3

The church

Living the Christian  faith

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

  1. State the meaning of prayer.
  2. Explain how prayers can be made in private and in public
  3. State the different responses given by God in our prayer
  • Defining prayer
  • Explanation
  • Demonstration
  • Stating
  • Reading the bible
  • Reciting the lord’s prayer

Quick reading CRE pupils book 8 PG 25 – 26.

Primary CRE page 83 – 85

  • Bible
  • Charts
  • Pictures of people praying
  • Port folio
  • questions

 

12

1 – 3

The church

Living the Christian faith

The learner should be able :Explain the differences between prayer and magic giving life examples

  1. State the importance of self denial in relation to serving others giving an example of the story of Jesus
  2. State an examples of having a living faith giving an example of life experience
  • Explaining
  • Stating examples of self denial
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Story telling
  • Reading the bible
  • Reciting memory verse

 

Primary CRE pg 92 – 95

Quick reading CRE book 8 pg 27 – 29

  • Bible
  • Texts
  • charts
  • Written questions

 

13

 

Revisions and Preparations for End Term Exams

14

 

End Term 11 Exam and Closing

TERM 3

WEEK

LESSON

TOPIC

SUB TOPIC

OBJECTIVES

T/L ACTIVITIES

REFERENCE

T/L AIDS

ASSIGNMENT

REMARKS

1

1 -3

Opening and Revisions

2

1 – 3

The church

Living the Christian faith

The learner should be able:

  1. Describe the relationship between prayer and fasting
  2. Appreciate that God answers prayers
  3. Appreciate fasting as a means of bringing one near to God
  4. Desire to serve God and fellow human beings
  5. Live the Christian faith.
  • Discussion
  • Asking and answering questions
  • Reading the bible
  • Story telling
  • Recite the memory verse

Primary CRE book 8 pg 97 – 99

Quick reading CRE pupils book 8 pg 28 – 30

  • Bible
  • Chart
  • Oral questions
  • Written questions

 

3

1 – 3

The reaching of Jesus

Social problems and Christian values

The learner should be able to:

  1. State ways in which one can practice justice
  2. Explain the importance of fairness in his or her daily life.
  3. Give reasons why Christians should be holly giving a life experience through a story
  • Stating
  • Explaining
  • Discussing
  • Story telling
  • Reading the bible
  • Taking notes

Primary CRE book 8 page 103

Quick reading CRE pupils book 8 pg 32 – 33

  • Bible
  • Pictures
  • Written pictures

 

4

1 – 3

The teaching of Jesus

Social problems and Christian values

The learner should be able to:

  1. Describe effects of corruption in the society
  2. Explain how nepotism destroys good relations
  • Discussing effects of corruption
  • Explaining
  • Defining
  • Reading the bible

Primary CRE pg 109

Quick reading book 8 pg 33 – 34

  • Resource
  • Person
  • Nature walk
  • Oral questions

 

5

1 – 3

The teaching of Jesus

Social problems and Christian values

The learner should be able:

  1. Apply Christian values in his or her life.
  2. Avoid corruption, injustice and nepotism
  3. Desire to apply Christian principles in his or her life
  4. Use Christian values when dealing with social problems
  • Discussion
  • Story telling
  • Reading the bible
  • Taking notes
  • Desire to apply
  • Christian principles in one’s life

Primary CRE pupils book 8 pg 110 – 121

Quick reading pg 34 – 36

  • Bible pictures

 

  • Written questions

 

6

1 – 3

Pentecost

Jesus frees and commands

The learner should be able to:

  1. State how he or she makes use of personal freedom
  2. Explain how Jesus Christ showed obedience to God
  3. Describe how Jesus showed his loyalty to his father
  • Defining freedom
  • Reading bible
  • Discussion
  • Story telling
  • Demonstrating
  • Taking notes

Primary CRE book 8 pg 124 – 128

Quick reading book 8 pg 38

  • Bible pictures
  • Port folio
  • questions

 

7

1 – 3

Pentecost

Jesus frees and commands

The learner should be able to:

  1. Explain how Jesus Christ reacted to Jewish authority
  2. State ways in which he/she reacts to authority i.e. respect
  3. Describe how he/she relates to parents and the community
  • Discussion
  • Read the bible
  • Demonstrating
  • Dramatization
  • Taking summary notes
  • Story telling

Primary CRE book 8 pg 130 - 132

Quick reading book 8 pg 39 – 40

  • Pictures in pupils book
  • Bible
  • Oral questions

 

8

1 – 3

Pentecost

 

Jesus frees and commands

The learner should be able to:

  1. Explain the teaching of Jesus Christ on on freedom
  2. Desire to achieve true freedom
  3. Express loyalty to the state.
  4. Respect his or her parents in all ways
  • Explanation
  • Stating
  • Discussing
  • Decide to respect one’s parents
  • Taking summary notes

Primary CRE book 8 pg 133 - 134

Quick reading book 8 pg 42 – 44

 

 

 

9

End Term 111 Exams and Closing

Monday, 21 November 2022 07:00

C.R.E - Class 8 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

CRE STANDARD EIGHT SCHEMES OF WORK

 

 

LES

 

TOPIC

 

SUB-TOPICS

 

OBJECTIVES

 

T/L ACTIVITIES

    

  T/L RESOURCES

 

REFERENCES

 

REMARKS

1

 

Revision of work covered in previous class in preparation for class eight work

 

2

1

God’s help and self- help

The  body is the temple of God

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should be able to:
  • Describe how the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note taking
  • The Good News Bible: Romans 12:1-3, 1 Corinthians 6:13,19-20
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. & Adeli S. Primary CRE

Ppls Bk 8 (moran)pg11 1

 

 

2

 

God’s help and self- help

 

Drugs and how they are abused

 

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

  1. Describe how each drug is misused
  2. Describe how alcohol is misused

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note taking

 

  • The  Good News Bible: Ephesians 5:18
  • Pictures
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 3

 

 

3

 

God’s help and self- help

 

Effects of drugs on the human body

 

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should  be able to:
  • Give the effects of drugs on the human body

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note taking

 

  • The Good News Bible: Ephesians 5:18
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg.5

 

3

 

1

God’s help and self- help

Sexual misuse

 

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should  be able to:
  • State types of sexual misuse and their effects
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note taking
  • The  Good News Bible: Romans 1:24-27, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, Galatians 5:19
  • Newspaper cuttings
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE (moran)

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 7

 

 

2

God’s help and self- help

Effects of sexual misuse

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should be able to:
  • State the types of sexual misuse and their effects
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • The Good News Bible: Deuteronomy: 28:20-22
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg. 11

 

 

 

3

 

God’s help and self- help

 

Misuse of Natural resources

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should be able to:
  • Explain the effects of misuse of natural resources by human kind
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Nature walks
  • The  Good News Bible
  • Science magazines
  • Relevant newspaper cuttings
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 14

 

 

4

 

1

 

God’s help and self- help

 

View of the traditional African society on use and misuse of God’s creation

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should be able to:
  • Describe traditional African communities’ view on use and misuse of God’s creation
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Story telling
  • Note taking
  • The  Good News Bible
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE (moran)

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 17

 

 

2

God’s help and self- help

Christian teaching on use and misuse of God’s creation

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should be able to:
  • Explain the Christian teaching on use and misuse of God’s creation
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note taking
  • The Good News Bible: Genesis 1:11-12, 26-29, Psalms 8:6-8
  • Real objects: polythene bags etc.
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 19

 

 

3

God’s help and self- help

Response to misuse of God’s creation

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should  be able to:
  • Explain the effects of misuse of environment by humankind
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Demonstrations
  • Note taking
  • Psalms 104:16-17
  • Real objects e.g. seedlings hoes, brooms etc.
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 21

 

 

 

5EEK 4

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

African stories of creation

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

Narrate stories of creation  in the traditional African communities

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Story telling
  • Question and answer
  • The Good News Bible: Genesis  1:4-13,27
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 24

 

2

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Relationship between the unborn, the living, the living dead and the ancestors

  • By the end of the lesson, the learner  should  be able to:
  • State how the unborn, the living, the living dead and the ancestors are related
  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Question and answer
  • Dramatization
  • Note  taking
  • The Good News Bible: Matthew 1:1-17,  Genesis 13:14-18, 50:24-25
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 26

 

 

5

3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Differences between continuity of life in traditional African religion and Christianity

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

Differentiate between traditional African understanding of continuity of life and the Christian understanding

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • Field research
  • The Good News Bible: Thessalonians 4:4-17, 1 Corinthians 15
  • Resource person
  • Charts
  • Flash cards
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg.

27

 

6

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Respect  for the life of the born and unborn

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

Explain why we should respect  the life of both the born and the unborn

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The Good News Bible: Psalms 139:13-16
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 30

 

 

2

Assessment

Continuous assessment tests

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

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of content taught  in previous weeks
  2. Answer revision questions correctly
  • Writing
  • The Good News Bible
  • Writing materials

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 1-27

 

3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Concepts of God in the traditional African society and Christianity

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

Mention some concepts of God in traditional African religion and Christianity

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The Good News Bible: John 1:3, 6:35, 8:12, 4:6, 15:5, Matthew 6:9
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 32

 

7

 

HALF TERM

 

8

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Response to God in the traditional African society

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

State the ways in which the African people responded to the creator

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good News Bible: Isaiah 1:18-20, 9:6-7, Jeremiah 31:28-31
  • Real objects
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 34

 

 

2

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Ways of reconciling with God  in the traditional African society

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

Explain how reconciliation with God  was done in the traditional African society

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The Good News Bible
  • Resource person
  • Real objects
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg.36

 

8

3

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Similarities between Christianity and traditional African beliefs and customs

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

Describe  the similarities  and differences  between Christianity and traditional African beliefs and customs

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • Group activities
  • The  Good News Bible: Hebrews  1:1, Matthew 5:17, Exodus 34:10-28
  • Charts
  • Flash cards
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 38

 

9

1

Christianity and traditional African heritage

Differences between Christianity and traditional beliefs and customs

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

Describe  the differences  between Christianity and traditional African beliefs

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good News Bible: Exodus  20:3-5, Hebrews  10:8-10
  • Resource person
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 40

 

 

2

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Causes of suffering

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

  1. List causes of suffering
  2. Strive to prevent suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note  taking
  • Question and answer
  • The  Good  News Bible: John 9:1-5, Luke 5:17-26
  • Relevant newspaper cuttings
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 46

 

3

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Types of suffering

physical suffering

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

  1. Mention types of suffering
  2. Explain  various kinds of physical suffering
  • Scripture reading
  • Narrations
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Brainstorming
  • The  Good  News Bible: John 19:1-3, Mark 5:1-10, Luke 16:19-21, Job 2:1-10
  • Relevant Pictures

Ppls Bk 8 pg.48

 

WEEK 8

1

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Mental  and emotional suffering

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

  1. Identify various kinds of emotional suffering
  2. State various kinds of mental suffering

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Explanations
  • Discussions
  • Note taking
  • The Good News Bible
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 49

 

2

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Jesus Christ triumphs over pain and suffering

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

Explain the reasons for Jesus’ suffering

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Dramatizations
  • The  Good News Bible: 1 Peter 2:6-21, Isaiah 53:3-5, 10-12, John 19:29-30, 20:1-10, Luke 23:26-49,24:1-12
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

 Ppls Bk 8 pg. 50

 

 

 

 

10

3

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Purpose of suffering

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

List some of the purposes  of suffering

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Note  taking
  • Narrations
  • The  Good News Bible: 1 Peter  3:18-22; 4:12-19
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 51

 

 

 

                                  11

 

1

 

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Martyrdom

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

Describe  how Christians can triumph over pain through the help of the Holy Spirit

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Dramatizations
  • Note taking
  • The  Good News Bible: Acts 12:1-5, 7:54-60
  • Pictures
  • Charts
  • Portraits
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 52

 

 

 

2

Jesus Christ’s victory over pain and suffering

Christian suffering today

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

Mention the kinds of suffering that Christians undergo today

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Singing
  • Prayers
  • The  Good News Bible: 2 Corinthians 1:5
  • Charts
  • Audio visual materials
  • Chalkboard

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 53

 

 

 

3

 

Christian suffering today

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

Mention the kinds of suffering that Christians undergo today

 

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Explanations
  • Singing
  • Prayers
  • The  Good News Bible: 2 Corinthians 1:5
  • Charts
  • Audio visual materials
  • Chalkboard

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg. 54

 

 

12

 

God’s help and self- help

Revision

By the end of the lesson, the learner  should  be able to review content covered on God’s help

  • Scripture reading
  • Discussions
  • Question and answer
  • Lessons notes
  • Chalkboard
  • Bible

Ppls Bk 8 pg.1-22.

 

 

13

 

Revision

 

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

Demonstrate knowledge of content taught in previous weeks

  • Asking and answering oral questions
  • Discussions
  • Explanations

 

  • Lessons notes
  • Chalkboard
  • Bible

Wanaswa R. &Adeli S. PrimaryCRE

Ppls Bk 8 pg.1-55

 

 

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END TERM EXAMS MARKING AND COMPILING RESULTS

 

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Specific learning outcomes

Learning experiences

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1

1

CREATION

My purpose

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Define talent
  • Name the different talents and abilities they posses
  • Showcase own talent and abilities
  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, the talents they posses
  • Learners are guided in groups to showcase talent and abilities

What is talent?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 1-2

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists,
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

The teaching of the bible on the use of talents and abilities

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Read exodus 31;3
  • Discuss who give us our talents and abilities
  • Explain how our different body parts work together
  • Use our talents and abilities to do good
  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, who give us our talents
  • Learners to discuss how our different body parts work together

How do we use our talents to help others?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 2-3

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists,
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Values young people can use to nurture talents and abilities

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify values that can help nurture talents
  • Discuss how we can benefit from our talents
  • Role play how we can use our talents
  • Appreciate importance of values

 

  • Learners to Discuss how we can benefit from our talents 
  • Learners in groups to be guide to Role play how we can use our talents

 

How can we use our talents and abilities to our benefit?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 3-5

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists,
  • Oral questions

 

2

1

 

Identify the benefits of serving others using our talents

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Explain the benefit of using own talents and abilities
  • Write a story about a person a talented person they know who uses their talent to help other
  • Appreciate using own talents to help others
  • Learners to the benefit of using own talents and abilities
  • Learners to Write a story about a person a talented person they know who uses their talent to help other 

Can we help others with our talents?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 5-8

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

Marriage and family

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Define marriage
  • Explain how a family is formed
  • Discuss why marriage is meant for adults
  • Read Genesis 2;20-24
  • Appreciate marriage as an example of Christian living
  • Learners in groups to read Genesis 2;20-24
  • Learners to discuss why God named the mans companion woman

What is marriage?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 9-10

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Type of marriage

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss types of marriages
  • Outline the difference between customary and civil marriages
  • Dramatize a religious marriage
  • Appreciate all types of marriages
  • Learners to be guided in groups to use digital device connected with internet to do a search on types of marriages
  • Learners to make a list of persons that make up their nuclear and extended families

How many types of marriages are there?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 11-12

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

3

1

 

Reasons for discouraging early marriages

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify causes of early marriages
  • State effects of early marriages
  • Compose a song against early marriages
  • Create a campaign against early marriages
  • Learners to be guided in groups to identify causes of early marriages
  • Learners to discuss why early marriages should be discouraged

Why should we discourage early marriages?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 13-16

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

Gods rest

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Define the term leisure
  • Explain how they spend their free time
  • Explain the difference between passive and active leisure activities
  • Dramatize spending leisure time
  • Appreciate leisure time by doing good
  •  Learners to brainstorm passive and active leisure activities 
  • Learners to list leisure activities that they participate in

What is leisure?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 17-18

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Bible teaching on Gods rest

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss what the bible says about rest
  • Read Genesis 2;1-3
  • List meaningful activities one should engage during leisure time
  • Have fun spending leisure time responsibly

 

  • Learners to discuss what the bible teaches us on the use leisure time
  • Learners to read 1 Timothy 5;13 and discuss why would we say Gods rest was a form of leisure

Why should we use our free time weel?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 18-20

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

4

1

 

Values that help Christians to use leisure time properly

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • identify values that can help us to use our leisure time properly
  • watch a video of people spending leisure time
  • appreciate good values when we use our leisure time properly
  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, identify values that help us to use our leisure time properly
  • Learners to identify ways in which people in a video clip spend their leisure time

How do you spend leisure time?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 20-21

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

Inappropriate ways of using leisure time

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Discuss how people use leisure time in the wrong ways that are harmful to them and others
  • Role play some of the ways in which you can avoid the inappropriate ways of leisure time
  • Have fun spending leisure time appropriately
  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, Discuss how people use leisure time in the wrong ways that are harmful to them and others
  • Learners to Role play some of the ways in which you can avoid the inappropriate ways of leisure time

How can one use leisure time inappropriatey?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 21-22

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Revision

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Answer questions at the end of the strand correctly

 

Answer questions at the end of the strand correctly

 

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page  22-23

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

5

1

THE BIBLE

The bible as the inspired word of God

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Read a conversation between Neem and her grandmother on leaners book
  • Discuss reasons why the bible is the inspired word of God.
  • Explain why the bible is the inspired word of God
  • Compose and sing a song about the bible
  • Learners to Compose and sing a song about the bible
  • Learners to Discuss reasons why the bible is the inspired word of God.

Why do we say that the bible is inspired word of God?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 24-26

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

The authors who were inspired to write the old and New Testament and the books  they wrote

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Identify authors of the bible and the books they wrote
  • write down the two parts of the bible
  • appreciate the work done by the authors of bible books
  • Learners to write down the two parts of the bible
  • Learners to search on the internet for book or books written by Mathew,mark,jude,luke ,Paul etc

Who is an author?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 26-28

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Reasons for translation of the Bible into local languages

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss the reasons that led to the translation of the bible into local languages
  • Identify names of the bible in different local languages
  • Appreciate reading the bible in local dialect

 

  • With the guidance of the teacher learners to use digital device connected to internet to search for reasons that led to translation of the bible to local languages

Why was the bible translated to local languages?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 29

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

6

1

 

Advantages of translating the bible into local languages

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss advantages of translating the bible form English to Kiswahili
  • Dramatize preaching with a translator
  • Appreciate reading the bible in our local languages
  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, discuss what could have happened if the bible was not translated into local languages

What are importance of bible  translation?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 30-33

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

The ten commandments

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Define commandment
  • Read Exodus 20;3-17
  • Identify the commandments
  • Explain importance of rules in the society
  • draw stone tablets and write the commandments on them
  • dramatize Moses receiving the commandments from God
  • Desire to follow all the commandments
  • With guidance of a teacher ,learners to watch a video clip o mosses giving the Israelites the ten commandments

What is acommandment?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 34-35

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Identifying how the ten commandments improve our relationship with God and others

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Identify and explain how commandments improve our relationship with God and others
  • Practice following the ten commandments to improve our relationship with God and others
  • Appreciate the ten commandments to improve our relationship with God and others

 

  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, discuss how commandments improve our relationship with God and others

How does the commandments improve our relationship with God and others?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 36

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists,
  • Oral questions

 

 

7

1

 

Values and skills in the ten commandments that enhance Christian living

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss how values help us to have a good relationship with God
  • Use skills from ten commandments to live a life that pleases God
  • Appreciate the ten commandments by displaying self-control in our daily lives
  • Learners to brainstorm in small groups, discuss how values help us to have a good relationship with God
  • Learners to use skills from ten commandments to live a life that pleases God

What skill can you acquire in the ten commandments?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 37-38

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

Lessons Christians learn from the ten commandments

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Discuss lessons that Christians learn from the ten commandments
  • Compose and recite a poem on the ten commandments
  • Make posters with messages on importance of obeying the ten commandments
  • Have fun following the ten commandments to live in peace and harmony
  • Learners to discuss in small groups, lessons that Christians learn from the ten commandments
  • Learners in groups to Make posters with messages on importance of obeying the ten commandments

What lesson can you learn from the ten commandments?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 38-41

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Revision

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Answer questions at the end of the sub-strand correctly
  • Answer questions at the end of the sub -strand
 

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 42

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

8

1

 

Bible stories

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss where did samson meet with philistines
  • Identify the qualities displayed by samson
  • Read Judges 15;14-17
  • Appreciate the good qualities from samson by emulating them in daily life
  • Learners to discuss who helped samson kill the lion
  • Learners in group brainstorm about the story of samson

What did samson do?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 43-45

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

Ways in which Christians depend on God’s power to overcome challenges

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Identify challenges Samwell faced
  • Discuss reasons for depending on God’s power
  • Recite the poem on leaners book about depending on God
  • Have fun doing good while depending on God’s power
  • Learners in small groups to inquire form one another the times that they have depended on God’s power to overcome challenges

What challenges did Samwell face?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 45-48

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Faith in God-Elisha recovered an axe-head as assign of his faith in God

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss challenges that the prophets were facing
  • Read 2 kings 6;1-7
  • Identify lessons we can learn from the story of Elisha
  • Watch a video clip of Elisha recovering an axe-head
  • Appreciate importance of having faith in God

 

  • In groups learners to discuss the challenges they face in life and how they deal with them

Why did Elisha recover the axe-head for the prophets?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 49-51

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

9

1

 

Ways in which Christians apply their faith in God in their daily lives

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Discuss ways in which Christians apply faith in their lives
  • Narrate stories in their lives when they had faith in God to help them overcome challenges
  • Desire to always have faith in God
  • Learners to discuss ways in which Christians apply faith in their lives

Why should we have faith in God?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 51-54

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

2

 

Determination -lessons learnt from the story of Jacob wrestling God

By the end of the sub strand, the  learner should be able to:

  • Discuss the lessons learnt from the story of Jacob wrestling God
  • Narrate the story of Jacob wrestling with God
  • Appreciate importance of determination in our daily lives
  • with guidance of a teacher learners to watch a video clip of Jacob wrestling God from a digital device

What is determination?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 55-57

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

 

3

 

Values learnt from the story of Jacob

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to:

  • Identity values learnt from the story of Jacob
  • Apply lessons learnt from the story of Jacob in our daily lives
  • Compose a song about persistence

 

  • Learners to discuss challenges they go through at school
  • Discuss ways in which they can one can deal with disappointments and discouragements

What lesson can one learn from the story of Jacob?

Good News Bible

Flash cards

Pictures Songs Digital devices

Charts poems

Oxford Growing in Christ  CRE page 57-60

  • Written Quizzes
  • Checklists
  • Oral questions

 

10

END TERM ASSESSMENT

WEEK LESSON TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
1 1 Being led by the Holy Spirit Using the Bible as our guide

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

  • Narrate the story of Philips and the Ethiopian Eunuch

  • Use the bible as his/her guide
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Explanation

  •  Singing

The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 1:35-39;
  • Luke 22:39-46
Living in Christ Book 5
  • Pupil’s Book
    page 43

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 44-45
   
  2   Charismatic renewal in the church in Kenya today

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

  • Describe the charismatic renewal in Kenya

  • Appreciate the charismatic renewal in Kenya today
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Drawing

  • Singing

The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 2:1-12,
  • Matthew 6:12

  •  Chalkboard

Living in Christ Book 5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 44-45

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 45-46
   
  3   The Holy Spirit in the life of Christian today

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

  • List the fruit and gift of the Holy Spirit

  • Desire to be led the by the Holy Spirit
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Miming

  • Explanation
The Good News Bible: Living in Christ Book 5
  • Pupil’s Book page 46

  • Teacher’s Guide Pages47
   
2 1   Unity in the church

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

  • State Holy Spirit has led to unity in the church

  • Appreciate Christian teaching on marriage
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Miming

  • Explanation
The Good News Bible:
  • 1Corinthians 12:4-26,

  • Philippians 2:1-5;

  • Matthew 7:12
Living in Christ Book 5
  • Pupil’s Book page 46

  • Teacher’s Guide Pages47
   
  2 God's people are united My class

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

  • Mention the differences among the pupils in my class

  • Accept differences among the pupils in my class

 

  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Drawing

The Good News Bible

  • Philippians 4:13

  • Chalkboard

Living in Christ Book 5

  • Pupil’s Book

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 48
   
  3   Appreciating ethnic differences

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

  • State differences in the local community

  • Be grateful to God for individual differences
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Miming

  • Explanation

The Good News Bible

  • Philippians 4:13

  • Deuteronomy 10:20

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 48

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 49-50
   
3 1   Appreciating religious, nationality and racial back ground

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

  • Explain how she or he can overcome barrier in life

  • Respect each other and other religion
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

The Good News Bible:

  • 2 Corinthians 1:9b;

  • Psalms 40:3-5, 118:8-9

  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 49

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 50-51
   
  2   Supporting the needy

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

  • State how he/she accept the needy people in the society

  • Realize that we are equal before God
  • Scripture reading

  • Questions and answers

  • Explanation

  • Singing

The Good News Bible:

  • Acts 4:32-35,
    20:35;

  • James 2:14-17

  • Chalkboard
LICB
5
  • Pupil’s Book page 50

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 51-52
   
  3   Supporting the less fortunate

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

  • State how he/she accept the needy people in the society

  • Realize that we are equal before God
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Memorization

  • Prayer

The Good News Bible:

  • John 6:8-13

  • Real objects e.g. bread,
    water

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 51

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 52-53
   
4 1   We are equal before God

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

  • State how we are equal before God

  • Realize that we are equal before God
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Demonstration

The Good News Bible:

  • Acts 9:36-42

  • Charts

  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 52

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
  2   Role of the church in uniting the people

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

  • Explain the role of the church in uniting people

  • Appreciate the effort of the church in uniting people
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Drawing
The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

 

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 52

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
  3 Dignity of the church Definition of the work

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

  • Define work

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Drawing
The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 52

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
5 1   Why people work today in African tradition society

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

  • Give reason why people work today in African society

  • Develop positive attitude to work
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration

The Good News Bible:

  • Luke 8:40-42

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 53

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 53-54
   
  2   Reason why God want us work

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

  • Explain why God want him/her work

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration
  • The Good News Bible:

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 54

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 54-55
   
  3    

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

  • State the importance of serving others

  • Serve other willingly
  • Narration

  • Miming

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 53

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 55-56
   
6 1   Division of work at home

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

  • Explain how work is divided at home

  • Work willingly

 

  • Scripture reading

  • Narration

  • Miming

  • Quizzes

  • Demonstration
The Good News Bible:
  • Luke 11:5-8,

  • Job 6:14

  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 53
     
  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 55-56
   
  2   Forms of child labour

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

  • Explain various forms of child labour

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Discussion

  • Prayer

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts
LICB
5
  • Pupil’s Book page 54

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 56-58
   
7 1   Effect of child labour

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

  • Describe effects of child labour

  • Appreciate being in school
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Luke 11:5-8,

  • Job 6:14

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5


  • Pupil’s Book
    page 55-56

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 56-58
   
  2   Work for the community and for the nation

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

  • Describe how people work for the nation and for the community

  • Appreciate various types of work done

 

  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Prayer

The Good News Bible:

  • Genesis 45: 1-15

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 56

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
  3   Dignity of manual work

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

  • Explain the importance of manual work

  • Appreciate various types of work done
  • Explanation

  • Questions and Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 56

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
8 1   Attitude towards work

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

  • Describe how people work for the nation and for the community

  • Develop positive attitude towards work
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation
  • Questions and answers

  • Prayer

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • James 2:23b

  • John 15:13-15,

  • 1John 5:1-5,

  • Psalms 25:14

  • Chalkboard

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 57

  • Teacher’s Guide pages 58-59
   
  2   What is meant to work for God

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

  • State what is meant to work for God

  • Work willingly
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
The Good News Bible:
  • Luke 22:14-20

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5


  • Pupil’s Book
    page 58

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 59-60
   
  3 The Hope of the work Our hopes after primary school

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

  • Explain what his or her hopes are

  • Develop Christian hope
  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 59

  • Teacher’s Guide
    Pages59-60
   
9 1   Our hope for adult life

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

  • Explain what his or her hopes are

  • Develop Christian hope
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Matthew 19:13-15,
  • John 15:14

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 59

  • Teacher’s Guide
    Pages59-60
   
  2   How we overcome dis appointment

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

  • State how he /she overcome disappointment

  • Seek God purpose for his life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Role play

  • Narration

• The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 15:33-47;
  • 16:1-8

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 60-61

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 62-63
   
  3   What the church hopes for

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

  • Describe what the Christian hope for

  • Ready develop a sure hope in Jesus Christ
  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers
  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 60-61

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 62-63
   
10 1   Wise men hope for king

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

  • State the hope of the wise men
  • Develop sure hope in Jesus
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 57

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
  2   Jesus Christ hope for mankind

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

  • Describe how God is sure hope for man kind

  • Develop sure hope in Jesus
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers
  • Prayer

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • James 2:23b

  • John 15:13-15,
  • 1 John 5:1-5,
  • Psalms 25:14
  • Chalkboard

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 57

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 58-59
   
  3   Our ambition in life

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

  • State purpose of God the father has for his/her life

  • Seek god’s purpose for his or her life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Luke 22:14-20
  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB
5

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 58

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 59-60
   
11 1 The Hope of the work Jesus Christ Hope for eternal life

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

  • Give the meaning of eternal life

  • Desire to live a holy life in hope of eternal life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Role play

  • Narration
  • The Good News Bible:
     
  2   Eternal life and how it is received

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

  • Give the meaning of eternal life

  • Desire to live a holy life in hope of eternal life
  • Scripture reading

  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Matthew 19:13-15,

  • John 15:14

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book
    page 59

  • Teacher’s Guide
    Pages59-60
   
  3   Life after death

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

  • Describe what Christian hope for eternal life

  • Develop sure hope in Jesus
  • Scripture reading
  • Explanation

  • Questions and answers
  • Role play

  • Narration

The Good News Bible:

  • Mark 15:33-47;
  • 16:1-8

  • Chalkboard

  • Charts

LICB 1

  • Pupil’s Book page 60-61

  • Teacher’s Guide
    pages 62-63
   
12 Revision
13 End of year examinations
KLB Form 3 CRE Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021
WK/NO. L/NO. TOPIC / SUB-TOPIC LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES MATERIALS / RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS
 1    1

JEREMIAH'S TEACHINGS ON SUFFERING AND HOPE

Jeremiah's suffering and lamentations.
-Plot against his life.
-Isolation.

Describe Jeremiah's suffering and lamentations Jer. 17:14-18
Brief discussion
The Bible KLB BK III Pg.130-1  
 2 Jeremiah's suffering and lamentations.
-People's mockery.
-Torture.
Describe Jeremiah's suffering and lamentations Jer. 17:14-18
Oral questions
Discussion
  KLB BK III Pg.132  
 3, 4 Jeremiah's arrest, trial and imprisonment. Describe Jeremiah's  arrest, trail, his defense and consequential imprisonment. Jer. 26: 237-38
Inference form the readings
Narrations
Q/A & discussion
  KLB BK III Pg.133  
 2   1 Relevance of Jeremiah's sufferings and lamentations. Apply Jeremiah's teachings on suffering and lamentations in Christian's lives today Probing questions
Brief discussion
  KLB BK III Pg.133-5  
 2-4 Jeremiah's symbolic acts related to hope and restoration. Identify Jeremiah's symbolic acts related to hope and restoration of Israelites.
Relate symbolic acts of judgement and punishment to acts of hope and restoration
Jer. 24:11
Q/A: review symbolic acts related to judgements and punishment
  KLB BK III Pg.135-7  
 3    1, 2 The New Covenant. Outline the characteristics of the New Covenant as foreseen by Jeremiah Jer. 23: 5-6, 30-33
Q/A: Review the theme of the covenant between God and Abraham & Sinai covenant.
Exposition of the New Covenant
  KLB BK III Pg.137-9  
 3 Fulfillment and relevance of Jeremiah's teachings and prophecies to Christians.
-Jeremiah's call and suffering
-Hypocrisy in worship
Explain the relevance of Jeremiah's call and suffering and his teachings to Christians today. Probing questions
Brief discussion
Assignment
  KLB BK III Pg.140  
 4 Fulfillment and relevance of Jeremiah's teachings and prophecies to Christians
-Message of repentance
-The new covenant
Explain the relevance of Jeremiah's teaching on repentance and new covenant to Christian's today Probing questions
Brief discussion
Assignment
  KLB BK III Pg.142  
 4     1 Fulfillment and relevance of Jeremiah's teachings and prophecies to Christians
-Judgement
-Hope and restoration
Explain the relevance of Jeremiah's teaching on hope and restoration to Christian's today Probing questions
Brief discussion
Assignment
  KLB BK III Pg.143  
 2 Fulfillment and relevance of Jeremiah's teachings and prophecies to Christians
-The righteous king.
-The temple of Jerusalem.
Explain the relevance of Jeremiah's teaching on hope, Temple and restoration to Christian's today Probing questions
Brief discussion
Assignment
  KLB BK III Pg.144-5  
 3

NEHEMIAH

Background to Nehemiah

Outline his social and political backgrounds Brief discussion
Exposition
  KLB BK III Pg.146-150  
 4 Nehemiah's religious background. Identify religious practices observed by exiles in Babylon Brief discussion
Exposition
  KLB BK III Pg.150-3  
 5    1 Religious practices during exile Describe the religious practices observed before the exile Exposition
Narration
  KLB BK III Pg.153  
 2 Religious practices after exile Describe the religious practices observed after the exile Q/A: To review practices before exile
Exposition
Narration
  KLB BK III Pg.154  
 3, 4 The Call and Mission of Nehemiah Describe the call and mission of Nehemiah Brief discussion: the task ahead of Nehemiah   KLB BK III Pg.  
 6    1, 2 Prayer life of Nehemiah Describe the prayer life of Nehemiah
Highlight characteristics of his prayers
Neh. 1: 5-11
Oral questions about prayer and fasting.
Deductions from the Bible reading.
  KLB BK III Pg.157-161  
 3 Importance of prayer in a Christians' life. State the importance of prayer in Christians' life Q/A & Brief discussion   KLB BK III Pg.160-2  
 4 C.A.T & MID-TERM BREAK            
 7    1
 2, 3 Nehemiah's character in leadership Describe the character of Nehemiah as a good leader Selected verses
Oral questions
Characters of a good leader
Discussion
Nehemiah's character as a leader
  KLB BK III Pg.162-4  
 4 Nehemiah in Jerusalem Describe the character of Nehemiah as a leader in Jerusalem Brief discussion
Narration
  KLB BK III Pg.165-6  
 8   1-2 Problems experienced by Nehemiah. Identify problems experienced by Nehemiah Neh. 2: 19-20, 3-5, 5:1-13
Discuss inferences from the readings
  KLB BK III Pg.168-172  
 3-4 Measures to redress the problems. Explain Nehemiah's measures to redress the problem     KLB BK III Pg.173-4  
 9    1 Christian's lesson learnt from Nehemiah's experiences. Outline lessons learnt from Nehemiah's experiences Probing questions
Give summary of qualities of good leadership
  KLB BK III Pg.174-7  
 2 Christian's lesson learnt from Nehemiah's leadership. Identify good qualities for good leadership as emulated from Nehemiah's life Probing questions
Brainstorming
Give a summary of qualities of good leadership
  KLB BK III Pg.174-7  
 3-4

THE RESTORATION OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY

Renewal through the Mosaic Law

Explain the significance of the Mosaic Law to the renewal of the Jews Brief discussion
Narration
  KLB BK III Pg.178-180  
 10    1-2 The renewal of the Covenant Describe the Renewal of the covenant between Israel's faith and the Yahweh Neh. 9:1-37
Neh. 12:27-43
Narrations
Oral questions
Discussion
  KLB BK III Pg.181-2  
 3 The Agreement Identify the provisions of the agreement Discussion
Narration
  KLB BK III Pg.183  
 4 Dedication of the wall of Jerusalem Describe the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem Discussion
Narration
  KLB BK III Pg.184-5  
 11    1 Nehemiah's reforms:
-Temple reforms
-About the Sabbath
Give an outline of Nehemiah's reforms relating to the temple and Sabbath day Neh. 13
Oral questions
Probing questions
Discussion
  KLB BK III Pg.185-8  
 2 Nehemiah's reforms:
-About foreigners
-On inter-marriages
Give an outline of Nehemiah's reforms about foreigners and inter-marriages Neh. 13
Oral questions
Discussion
  KLB BK III Pg.188-9  
 3-4 Comparison of Nehemiah's experiences with the life of Jesus as depicted in Luke's Gospel Compare Nehemiah's exemplary life as a reformer and leader with the life and teachings of Jesus as postulated in St. Luke's Gospel Discussions & Q/A Points to consider:
-Prayerfulness
-Compassion
-Reforms
-Opposition
Study questions and activities
  KLB BK III Pg.190-3  
        SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT TEST
KLB Book 1 Schemes of work CRE Form 1 Term 3 2020/2021
WK/NO. L/NO. TOPIC/SUB-TOPIC LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES REMARKS
1 1-2 AFRICAN RELIGIOUS HERITAGE
Concept of God.

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

 Give an outline of the attributes of God as understood by African people.

Brainstorming.
Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg. 135-9  
3 The spirits. Draw the hierarchy of spirits.
State the characteristics common to spirits.
Brainstorming.
Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.139-140  
2 1 Hierarchy of beings. Identify categories of the hierarchy of beings.
Describe the relationship between God and human beings.
Brainstorming.
Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg. 139-141  
2

Relation between living and non-living.

The role of God.

Outline the relationships between human beings and plants.
Between human beings and non-living things.
Identify the role of God.
Oral questions.
Brief discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.141-5  
3 The role of spirits and the role of ancestors. State the role of spirits and ancestors. Brainstorming.
Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.146-7  
3 1 Responsibility of the living towards God. Describe traditional African expression worship. Brainstorming.
Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg. 147-150  
2  Responsibility of the living towards the spirits and ancestors. Discuss veneration of ancestors. Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.150  
3 Communication with the spirits. Outline ways through which human beings communicate with spirits. Brainstorming.
Exposition.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.151-2  
4 1

MEANIND AND WHOLENESS OF LIFE IN T.A.S.

Introduction.
Definition of a community.

Give various aspects of life.
Define a community.
Describe the social organization of African society.
Brainstorming.
Oral questions.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.153-6  
2-3 African concept of kinship. Describe the African view of kinship. Drawing a kinship tree diagram.
Probing questions.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg. 156-9  
5 1-2 Harmony and mutual-responsibility in the African community. Outline factors contributing to harmony and mutual responsibility in the African community. Brainstorming.
Oral questions.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.159-162  
3 TEST & MID-TERM BREAK
6 1
  2-3

RITES OF PASSAGE AND MORAL VALUES.

The role of rites of passage.
Identify some rituals associated with birth and naming.

Outline the role of rites of passage.
Identify some rituals associated with birth and naming.
Guided discussion.
Oral questions.
  KLB Book I Pg. 164-5  
7 1 Initiation rites. Explain the importance of initiation rites. Oral questions.
Detailed discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.167-9  
  2 Marriage rites. Outline the significance of marriage. Brainstorming.
Probing questions.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.169-170  
  3 Death rites. Identify some death rites practiced in some communities. Open discussion.   KLB Book I Pg.170-2  
8 1-2 Role of rites of passage. Outline roles of rites of passage in inculcating moral values. Brainstorming.
Probing questions.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.172-5  
  3 Religious specialists in the African community. Highlight role of African religious specialists in African communities. Give examples of specialists and discuss their roles.   KLB Book I Pg.176-180  
9 1-3

AFRICAN MORAL VALUES.

Morality and virtues.

Define the terms morality and virtue.
Identify some important moral values.
Brainstorming.
Probing questions.
Discussion.
  KLB Book I Pg.182-9  
10 1-3 Continuity and change of some aspects of traditional African culture. Identify some African cultural aspects that have (NOT) undergone change. Probing questions discussing changes regarding community land, property ownership and worship trends.   KLB Book I Pg.189-196  
11 1-3  Continuity and change of some aspects of traditional African culture. Identify African cultural aspects that have  (NOT) undergone change. Probing questions.
Discussion on changes regarding medicine, mode of dressing and bride-price.
  KLB Book I Pg.196-200  
12-13 END OF TERM THREE EXAMS