THIRD TERM CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY THREE (3)

Lagos State Ministry of Education

Christian Religious Knowledge CurriculumEdudelight.com

WEEK 1

TOPIC: What is Hospitality

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explains the term hospitality.

2. identify the need for being hospitable

3. tell who showed hospitality to who;                                                                  

CONTENT: 1. Explanation of the term hospitality:

– feeding the hungry

– helping the needy.

2. Need for being hospitable (Rom. 12:13, Heb. 13:2).

3. Story of Elisha and the woman from Shunem. (2king 4:8- 17).

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

 1. Explains the term “hospitality”.

2. Leads the pupils to identify the need of being hospitable.

3. Tells the story of Elisha and the woman from Shunem.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

 1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Pupils recall occasion of hospitality by themselves e.g. their parents or some other persons.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Bible

2. Picture or drawing of Elisha and the woman of shunem.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explains “hospitality”.

2. recall the people that showed hospitality in this story.

3. say what the need of Elisha was.

WEEK 2

TOPIC: Reasons for Showing Hospitality.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explains why we should be kind and hospitable.

2. say how they as children can show hospitality.

3. mention instances in the bible of people who demonstrated hospitality.      

CONTENT:

 1. Reasons for showing hospitality e.g. to save life, to show love.

2. Instances of people who demonstrated hospitality in the bible, e.g.

– Abraham welcomed angels in disguise as strangers. (Gen. 18:1- 10).

– The widow of Zarephath welcomed Elijah. (1kings 17:7- 16).

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains why we should be kind and hospitable.

2. Leads them to understand that God said so in (Lev 25-35, Deu15:11).

3. Gives examples of people who were kind to strangers.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Tell why it is good to be hospitable and how they have practiced it.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

 1. Bible

2. Pictures of:

– Abraham attending to the angels and

– The widow of Zarephath preparing food for Elijah.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. name two reasons why we should be hospitable.

2. name the people that were hospitable in the story.

3. mention 2 occasions where they have shown hospitality.

WEEK 3

TOPIC: The Benefits of Being Hospitable.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. mention some benefits of hospitality.

2. narrate What happened to the people that were hospitable.

3. tell how they as children can be hospitable.                                                     

CONTENT:

1. Explains the term benefit, which means:

– Reward

– Gain

– Profit

2. Mention the blessing given to:

a. Shunamite woman who welcomed Elisha into her home.

b. Abraham who welcomed the angels

c. the widow of Zarepheth.

3. The children can also benefit.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains the term “benefit”.

2. Leads pupils to identify the benefit given to shunamite woman, Abraham and the widow of Zarephath.

3. Asks pupils to name what they can do to show hospitality.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Listen, ask and answer questions.

2. Pupils name the blessing that followed those who practiced hospitality.

3. Pupils identify the area where they can be hospitable.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

 1. The Holy bible.

2. Picture of people showing kindness to strangers.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. name the blessing that followed the shunamite woman.

2. name the blessing that followed. Abraham’s actions.

3. name the blessing that followed the widow of Zarephath.

WEEK 4

TOPIC: Showing Unselfish Love to Others.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. describe the moral responsibility of loving and being unselfish to others.

2. explains what true friend would do to a friend in need.

3. point out how people of today show love and unselfishness to other.           

CONTENT: 1. Moral responsibility of showing unselfish love to others e.g. telling the truth.

2. The love between Jonathan and David. (1sam. 18:-14, 23:15- 18) (protective).

3. Helping someone in need/danger; (Luke 10:29-37).

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains moral obligation existing between friends.

2. Describes the kind of love that existed between David and Jonathan, let them “be their brothers keepers”

3. Explains the kind of love that exists among pupils.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Dramatizes the story of David and Jonathan.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE: Pictures of close friends showing love towards one another through care.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explain what they are morally owing their close friends.

2. dramatize the story of David and Jonathan.

3. tells stories illustrating the saying “a friend in need is a friend indeed.

WEEK 5

TOPIC: Suffering of Jesus

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. identify the stages at which Jesus suffered.

2. state reasons why Jesus had suffered and;

3. identify the importance of Christ’s suffering for mankind.                           

CONTENT:

1. Stages of suffering;

– At the arrest; Lk. 22:47-53.

– At the trials; Matt. 26:57-68.

– At crucifixion; Mk. 15:22, Jn. 19:16.

2. Importance of Christ’s suffering John 18:1-13, 19-42,

– For redemptions.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Narrates the stories of the arrest, trials and crucifixion of Jesus.

2. Explains reason for Christ’s suffering.

3. Lists out the importance of Christ’s suffering.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Dramatize the crucifixion of Christ.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Bible

2. Pictures of the crucifixion of Jesus.

3. Tracts on the importance of the crucifixion.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explains the arrest and trial of Jesus.

2. identify two importance of Christ’s suffering for mankind

e.g. redemption, salvation.

WEEK 6

TOPIC: Death and Resurrection

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. say how Christ showed greater love to save his friends.

2. identify the importance of the death and resurrection of Christ.

3. explains the appearance as evidence of resurrections.                                    

CONTENT:

1. Death and resurrection of Jesus. Lk. 23:33-46, 24:1-6.

2. Importance of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ;

– Salvation

– Redemption

3. Appearance of Christ to Mary Magdalene etc. John 20:16-18. Lk. 24:44-47.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Tells the stories of the death and resurrection of Jesus

2. Explains the importance of his death and resurrection.

3. Tells stories about the appearance of Jesus.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Participates in the discussion of the death and resurrection of Jesus.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Pictures showing the death of Jesus Christ.

2. His resurrection and appearance.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. narrate the stories of the resurrection of Jesus.

2. discuss two importance of his death.

3. mention two people to whom Jesus appeared.

WEEK 7

TOPIC: Desire For Peaceful Co-Existence.

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explains the term peaceful co-existences

2. lists instance of people desiring peaceful co- existence in the Bible.

Gen. 13:1-8, 26:26-29.

3. identify reasons for wanting peaceful co- existence.                                       

CONTENT:

1. Explanation of peaceful co-existence. Matt. 5:21-25. i.e. living in peace with others.

2. instances in the Bible of people desiring peaceful co-existence e.g. Abraham and Lot Gen. 13:1-12.

– Philemon and Onesimus. Phil 1:8.

– Isaac and Abimelech Gen. 26:2-29.

3. Recall how people can show desire for peaceful co-existence.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains what peaceful co-existence mean.

2. Explains instances of people desiring peaceful co-existence (e.g. Esau and Jacob), Abraham and Lot).

3. Leads pupils to discover reasons and benefits for peaceful co-existence.

4. Explains that if we don’t live in peace, God will not answer our prayers. (Matt 5:21-25).

5. Progress and love.

6. Peace of mind and health.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer question.

2. Demonstration of peaceful co-existence by sharing and working together in the classroom

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Picture showing people settling land, religious and community disputes.

2. Pictures of Christians and Muslims living together.

EVALUATION GUIDE:Pupils to:

1. explains peaceful co-existence.

2. give two examples of those who quarreled but later lived together.

3. list two reasons why people should have desire for peaceful co- existence.

WEEK 8

TOPIC: Forbearance And Understanding

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explains the term “forbearance”

2. describe Isaac’s patience and love for peace.

3. explain how patience can turn our enemies to friends.

4. blessing we can derive from being patient and peace loving                          

CONTENT:

1. Explains the term “forbearance” e.g. tolerance and avoidance of trouble.

2. Isaac in the face of provocation avoiding quarreling with the shepherds of Gerar. (Gen. 26:17-23).

3. Turning enemies into friends by e.g. tolerance, showing love. Prov. 16:7

4. The blessing of forbearance and understanding e.g. respect, honour, wisdom etc.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains the term “forbearance”

2. Tells story of Isaac patience and love for peace.

3. Discusses how to make friends out of enemies.

4. Discusses the blessings derived from forbearance.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Participates in dramatizing life of a peace maker.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Bible

2. Pictures of Isaac his servants at the well in Gerar.

EVALUATION GUIDE:

Pupils to:

1. explains the term “forbearance.

2. describe the way Isaac prevented quarrel between his servants and the men of Gerar.

3. mention two occasions where they love prevents quarrel among themselves.

4. list two advantages of patience and peaceful living.

WEEK 9

TOPIC: Helping People In Trouble

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. narrate the story of the widow of Zarephath.

2. identify the reason for helping others who are in trouble.

3. list the expected reward of helping people in trouble.

4. identify the moral lesson in helping others.                                                     

CONTENT:

1. The widow of Zarephath (1king 17:7- 24).

2. Reasons for helping others.

3. All people are God’s children.

4. God wants us to help others;

5. Others will help us.

6. Reward for helping others. We desire joy, God’s favour and blessing.

– Christians should help

all who need our help.

– Help even people you do not know.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Narrates the story of the widow of Zarephath.

2. Explains reason for helping others.

3. Leads pupils to list reward for helping people in trouble.

4. Gives moral lesson in helping others.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Participates in discussing the reward for helping others.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Bible.

2. Picture of the son of the widow of Zarephath.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. tell the story of the widow of Zarephath.

2. gives reasons why we should help those in trouble.

3. gives two rewards for helping others in trouble.

4. enumerate two lesson we are to derive from the story.

WEEK 10

TOPIC: Kindness In Action

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Pupils should be able to:

1. explains the term “Kindness in action”

2. identify instances of kindness in action in the bible.

3. state why we should be kind to people.

4. explain the expected reward of kindness in action.                                         

CONTENT:

 1. Explanation of “kindness in action”

2. Instances of kindness in action e.g. the good Samaritan (Luke. 10:25-35).

– Ruth and Naomi (Ruth 1:1-22)

– Boaz (Ruth 2:1-23)

3. Reason for being kind to people e.g. to show love it is God command to save the needy from suffering.

4. Reward for kindness in action e.g.

– he will be loved by God.

– respected.

TEACHER ACTIVITIES:

1. Explains kindness in actions.

2. Identifies with pupils instances of kindness in action.

3. Leads a discussion on why and how we should be kind to people.

4. Leads pupils to explain reward of kindness in action.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

1. Ask and answer questions.

2. Dramatizes the story of the good Samaritan.

TEACHING AND LEARNING RESOURCE:

1. Bible.

2. Picture showing the good Samaritan and the person he helped.

3. Pupils to visit an orphanage with gift.

EVALUATION GUIDE: Pupils to:

1. explains kindness in action.

2. give two instances of kindness in action in the bible.

3. give reasons why people should be kind.

4. state one experiences of kindness in actions.

WEEK 11: REVISION

WEEK 12: EXAMINATION

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