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

SUB THEME: KNOWING GOD THROUGH OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHERS

WEEK 1: REVISION OF 2ST TERM’S WORK

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:  REVISION OF 2ST TERM’S WORK

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: REVISION OF 2ST TERM’S WORK

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS

WEEK 2: MEANING OF HOSPITALITY

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher guides pupils to explain the meaning of hospitality
  2. She defines hospitality as friendly behaviour towards visitors
  3. She asks the pupils to tell the class occasion when they were hospitable in the past
  4. She mentions some traits of hospitality thus:
  5. Feeding the hungry
  6. Helping the needy
  7. Comforting the grieved
  8. Caring for the sick

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils  listen to teachers explanation
  2. They explain how they were hospitable in the past
  3. They asked and answer questions
  4. They mention some traits of hospitality

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Textbook

WEEK 3:  NEEDS AND REASONS FOR BEING HOSPITABLES

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher reads romans 12;1, Hebrew 13:2.
  2. She explains the passage of the bible to pupils
  3. She leads pupils to identify the need for being hospitable
  4. She explains to pupils that God commanded us to be kind and hospitable.
  5. She mentions the following reasons for hospitable
  6. To obey God’s commandment
  7. To show love
  8. To save life
  9. To help the needy
  10. To receive gift from God as evident in Abraham hospitable actions, etc.
  11. She organizes a class discussion when they share their experience of occasions of hospitability either to themselves or their parents.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils listen to the passage of the bible read
  2. Pupils listen to teacher’s explanation
  3. They ask questions
  4. They mention reasons for hospitality

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Holy bible
  2. Textbook

WEEK 4: Instances of people who demonstrated hospitality in the bible

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher briefly look back at the definition of hospitality
  2. She reads Abraham’s story in Gen 218: 1 – 10, when he displayed hospitality to three angels who disguise as strangers
  3. Teacher reads 1 kings 17: 7 -16 to explain the story of the widow at zeraphat who entertained Prophet Elijah and received gift of a son.
  4. She asks the pupils to mention the lesson/s/ they have learnt from the two stories
  5. Teacher gives her own example of people who have shown kindness to strangers.
  6. She displays pictures/ drawings of Abraham and Sarah welcoming the Angels and widows at Zeraphath welcoming Elijah

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. They participate in the revision exercise
  2. Pupils listen to bible passages and  teacher’s explanation
  3. They observe and comment on the pictures drawings shown by the teacher.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  • Holy bible
  • Picture/drawing display

WEEK 5:  MORAL RESPONSIBILITY OF SHOWING UNSELFISH LOVE

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher leads pupils to explain the meaning of moral responsibility
  2. She defines “moral responsibilities” as: Duty that individuals and groups have to act in accordance with social communities and to humanity at large.
  3. She leads pupils to mention some of the moral responsibilities to friends
  4. She  mentions the following as moral responsibilities to friends
  5. Truth
  6. Loyalty
  7. Sacrifice
  8. Compromise
  9. Tolerance etc.
  10. She explains the responsibilities mentioned above in details.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils listen to teachers explanation
  2. Mention moral responsibilities to friends
  3. They ask and answer questions

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Textbook
  2. Picture of friends showing love to one another through care.

WEEK 6:  LOVE BETWEEN JONATHAN AND DAVID

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher reads 1 Samuel 18:1 – 4 and 23: 15 – 18 to the pupils.
  2. She explains the passage read.
  3. She describes  he kind of love that existed between Jonathan and David
  4. She organizes a short drama to illustrate the story.
  5. She leads a class discussion to draw out lessons from the story of Jonathan and David(e.g. to be one’s brother ‘s keeper)
  6. She explains the kind of love that should exist among people.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES

  1. Pupils listen to the passages read and the teachers explanation
  2. They participate in class discussion
  3. They participate in the short drama

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  • Holy bible
  • textbook

WEEK 7:  Mid –term’s Revision and Test

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:  Mid –term’s Revision and Test

PUPILS ACTIVITIES: Mid –term’s Revision and Test

WEEK 8:  Helping Someone in Need/ Danger

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher leads pupils to explain the meaning of help

To help means: to make it possible or easier for someone to do something by doing part of their or by giving them something they need

  • She explains what a true friend does to a friend in need or in danger using the story of the good Samaritan in Luke 10: 29 – 37.
  • Teacher asks pupils the lesson they have learnt in the bible story
  • She points out how people today show love and unselfishness to other people.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils listen to teacher’s explanation
  2. They dramatize the story of the good Samaritan
  3. They ask and answer questions
  4. They show love and render help to the needy

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  1. Holy bible
  2. textbook

WEEK 9:  MEANING OF PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher guides pupils on the meaning of peaceful co-existence
  2. She defines “Peaceful co-existence” as living together in peace rather than in constant hostility.
  3. She explains instances in the bible to illustrate  people desiring peaceful co-existence e.g
  4. Abraham and lot  – Genesis 13: 1 -12
  5. Esau and Jacob – Genesis 27 verse 33, etc.
  6. She organizes a class discussion on the lessons learnt from the instances explained above
  7. Teacher  explains how people can show the desire for peaceful co –existence e.g
  8. Dialogue
  9. Tolerance
  10. Forgiveness
  11. Working and sharing together in class room.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils listen to teachers’ explanation and bible passage
  2. They participate in class discussion
  3. They explain how people can show the desire for peaceful co- existence.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

  • Holy bible
  • Textbook

WEEK 10 – 11:  Reasons and Benefits of peaceful Co-existence

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES:

  1. Teacher leads pupils to discover reasons and benefits for peaceful co-existence.
  2. She explains t pupils that God operate in an atmosphere of peace. He will not answer our prayer if we do not live in peace with others.
  3. Teacher mention the following as benefits of peaceful coexistence:
  4. Progress and love
  5. Peace of mind and good health
  6. Meaningful development
  7. Co-operation to solve common problems etc.
  8. Teacher explains other benefits in details with illustrations.
  9. He/she explains how people can show desire for peaceful co-existence e.g
  10. Dialogue
  11. Tolerance
  12. Forgiveness
  13. Working and sharing together.

PUPILS ACTIVITIES:

  1. Pupils say why they are happy being together
  2. They mention the benefits of peaceful co-existence
  3. They participate in class discussion
  4. They explained how people can show the desire for peaceful co-existence

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

Pictures of people

  • Working together
  • Playing together
  • Eating together

WEEK 12:  REVISION AND EXAMINATION

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