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SCHEMES OF WORK CRE
FIVE 1 Introduction to

Christian

Religious

Education.

Reasons for

studying

CRE

-Definition of CRE -Reasons for studying CRE By the end of the l Lesson, the 1 earner should be able to:

Explain the meaning of Christian Religious Education

Give reasons for studying Christian Religious Education

Questions and A n s w e r s

Group discussion

Reporting and note taking

Explanations

Bible (R.S.V)

Class Textbook

Magazines

Audio tapes(radio)

Living the Promise C.R.E

Student's book 1 pages 1-7

Teachers Book 1 pages 15-16

Gateway Sec Rev page 14

 
  2 The Bible Introduction The Bible as:

1.  The word of God

2.  A library

3.  Human authors and the major divisions of the Bible

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

State at least five uses of the bible

Name at least five authors of the Bible

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

Note taking

Visiting Library

Assignment

Bible

Bible Commentaries

Resource persons (From B.S.K)

Teacher's notes

Living the Promise C.R.E

Student's Book 1 pages 8-17

Teacher's Book 1

Pages 17-18

Gateway Sec Rev pages 15-19

 
  3 The Bible Bible Translation By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

 Describe the

Class discussion

Questions & Answers

An activity to find

 Audio Visual programmes on the writing & translation of Living the Promise C.R.E

Student's Book 1 pages

 

 

 

ONE

1-4

Revision of the previous Term's exam

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

Understand what was required as correct in the previous exam

Discussing in groups

Presenting answers

Explaining answers

TWO

1

Christian approaches to leisure

Introduction

Definition of leisure

Types of leisure

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

State the meaning of leisure

Appreciate the

importance of leisure

Identify the different types of leisure

Questions and Answers

Looking for meaning

Listing

Comparing

Bible (RVS)

Class textbook

Chalkboard

Dictionary

Pictures

2

Christian approaches to leisure

Traditional African understanding of leisure

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

Explain the Traditional African understandin g of leisure

Reviewing

Class discussion

Singing

Reciting poems on work

Listing T.A leisure

Note making

Class textbook 4

Resource person

Chalkboard

Drawings/pictur es

Christian

3

approaches to leisure

Christian teaching on leisure

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

State the Christian teaching on leisure

Bible reading

Explanation

Brief visit to church

Observe church activities

Assignment from text book

Collected stories

Articles

Newspaper cuttings

Bible (RVS)

4

Christian approaches to leisure

Importance of Leisure

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

Explain the importance of leisure

Appreciate the

importance of leisure

Text reading

Class discussion

Bible(RVS)

Pictures

Resource person

Class textbook 4

THREE

1

Christian approaches to leisure

Various forms and uses of leisure

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

outline various forms of leisure

Explain the uses of leisure

Listings/outlining

Definitions

Questions and Answers

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Chalkboard

Audiovisual aids

Pictures

Resource person

2

Christian approaches to leisure

Misuse of leisure today

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

Explain how leisure activities are misused in society today

Group discussion

Essay writing

Presentations

Assignment(note making

Pictures

Class textbook

Newspaper cuttings

Bible (RVS)

3

Misuse/abuse of drugs

By the end of the

Role play

Resource

Christian approaches to leisure

lesson, the learner should be able to:

Discuss the causes and effects of drug abuse

Assignment (bible reading and note making)

Questions and Answers

Brief lecture

person

Pictures

Newspaper cuttings

Bible (RVS)

4

Christian approaches to leisure

Abuse of alcohol

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

Explain the causes of alcohol abuse

Strive to discourage alcohol abuse in the

community

Bible reading

Teacher's comment

Talk from resource person

Role play

Assignment (note making)

Chalkboard

Resource person

Newspaper cuttings

Bible (RVS)

FOUR

1

Christian approaches to leisure

Effects of drug abuse

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

Discuss the effects of drug abuse

Strive to live a productive life

Group discussion

Points on chalkboard

Questions and Answers

Role play

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Newspaper cuttings

Resource person

Chalkboard

2

Christian approaches to leisure

Remedies of drug abuse

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

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

Strive to live a productive life

Draw examples from society and Bible

Sharing with a resource person

Assignment

Making notes

Bible (RVS)

Class text CRE Bk 4 Resource person

3

Christian approaches to leisure

Christian criteria for evaluating the use of leisure

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

Explain the Christian criteria for evaluating the use of leisure

Bible reading

Explanation

Group discussion

Points on chalkboard

Highlighting main points (teacher)

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Class text CRE BK 4

Resource person

Chalkboard

4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Introduction

Definitions

S Wealth\ S Money S Poverty

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

Define the concept wealth money and poverty

Appreciate wealth as a blessing from God

Short lecture

Questions /Answers

Checking meaning

Note making

CRE Bk 4

English dictionary

Realia (money)

Audio Visuals

Chalkboard

FIVE

1

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Traditional African understanding of wealth and poverty

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

Explain the tradition of African understandin g of wealth and poverty

Talk from resource person

Explanation

Question and Answers

Views from student

Summary & note making

Modern Christian living pg 138

Introduction to African Religions by Mbithi

Audio-visual material

Resource person

2

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Impact of money economy in Traditional African Society

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

Describe the impact of the

Group discussion

Points on Chalkboard

Summarise explanations (teacher)

Assignment (essay writing on

Regalia

Teacher's notes

Chalkboard

Audio-visual material

introduction of money economy on traditional African society

same topic)

3

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Christian teachings on money, wealth and poverty (i) money

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

Explain Christian teachings on money and wealth

Bible reading

Explanations

Group discussions

Questions and Answers

Note taking

Modern Christian living

Chalkboard

Audio-visual materials

Bible (RVS)

4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

(ii) Wealth

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

Appreciate the Christian teachings on money and wealth

Reading more from class textbook

Making notes

Bible (RVS)

Audio-visual material

Chalkboard

Modern Christian living

SIX

1

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

(iii) Poverty

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

Define poverty

Explain Christian teachings on poverty

Checking meaning

Bible reading

Explanation

Group discussion

Song presentation

Note making

Dictionary

Audio-visual material

Chalkboard, posters, songs

2 & 3

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Christian approaches to issues related to wealth

Fair distribution

Bribery/corruption

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

Discuss Christian approaches

Check meaning

Class discussion

Explanations/Answers

Assignment project

Photographs

Dictionary

Posters

Teacher's notes

Bible (RVS)

Chalkboard

to fair distribution of wealth Desire to lead a life free of bribery and corruption

4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Life skills

Decision making

Critical thing

Creative thinking

Self-esteem

Assertiveness

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

Discuss the importance of the

following life skills:

Decision making

Creative thinking

Assertiveness

Brief lecture

Questions & Answers

Explanation to the steps

Assignment: read more and make notes

Chalkboard

English dictionary

Audio-visual materials

Teacher's notes

SEVEN

1

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Christian Values

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

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

Finding meaning of terms

Bile reading

Explanation

Questions/answers

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Teacher's notes

Audio-visual material

Chalkboard

2

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Introduction

Definitions of terms: -Law

Order

-Justice

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

Define the term 'law', 'order' and 'justice'

Show the

Check meaning

Explanation

Questions and Answers

Reading textbook

Making notes

Bible (RVS)

Dictionary

A set of school rules/regulation s

Chalkboard

relationship between law, order and justice

3

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Traditional African practices that promote law, order and justice

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

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

Review of past lesson Question & Answers Talk from resource person Note taking

Chalkboard

Teacher's notes

Resource person

4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Biblical teachings on law, order and justice

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

Explain the biblical teachings on law order and justice

Bible reading

Explanation

Question & Answers

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Class textbook

Teacher's notes

Modern Christian living

EIGHT

1

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

The need for law, order and justice in the society

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

Give reasons for law, order and justice in the society

Bible reading

Explanation

Group discussion

Question & Answers

Note making

Class textbook

Bible (RVS)

Pictures, chalkboard

Teacher's notes

2

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Rights and duties of citizens

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

Explain the rights of citizens

Strive to be obedient

Questions and answers

Bible reading

Explanation

Note making

A chart

Bible (RVS)

Dictionary

Chalkboard

Class textbook

citizens

3

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Causes of Social disorder

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

Discuss the causes of social disorder

Shun discriminatio n

Group discussion

Points on chalkboard

Questions and Answers

Note making

Bible (RSV)

Dictionary

Chalkboard

Newspaper/ma gazine

Teacher's notes

4

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Remedies to social disorders

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

Strive to

promote law, order and justice

Bible reading

Explanation

Questions and Answers

Resource person's talk

Note making

Bible (RSV)

Pictures

Dictionary

Teacher's notes

NINE

1

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

Christian participation in the

(i)  Society

(ii)  Economic life

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

Evaluate the role of Christian society

Class discussion

Question and answers

Points on chalkboard

Read bible references

Bible (RVS)

Newspaper cuttings

Chalkboard

Teachers' notes

2

Christian approaches to money, wealth and poverty

(iii) Political Life

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

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

Explanation

Reading text CRE bk 4

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Newspaper cuttings

Chalkboard

Teacher's notes

Christian

3 & 4

approaches to money, wealth and poverty

The Church and the State relationship

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

Discuss

church-state

relationship

Group discussion

Bible reading

Explanation

Highlight main ideas

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Church and politics in Kenya by Okullu

Newspaper cutting

Chalkboard

 

REVISION & MOCK EXAMS

FORM FOUR CRE SCHEMES OF WORK TERM III

ONE

1

4

Revision of End of Term II Mock Exam

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

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

Group discussions

Questions and Answers

TWO

1

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

Introduction

Definition of

(i)  Science

(ii)  Technology

(iii)  Environment Euthanasia

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

Define the

terms

(i)  Scie nce

(ii)  Tech nolo gy

(iii)  Envir onm ent

Explain the

General overview

Bible reading

Questions and answers

Explanations

Group discussions

Summarize

Assignment (learners to make notes)

Class textbook 4

Bible (Gen 1:131)

Chalkboard

Dictionary

Newspaper cutting

Teachers notes

Christian views on euthanasia

2

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

Blood transfusion

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

Define blood transfusion

Explain the Christian view on blood

transfusion

Appreciate the sanctity of life

Define terms

Questions and answers

Resource person (nurse) to give talk on the issue

Listing dangers of blood transfusion

Note making

Resource person

Dictionary

Saline solution, Ringer's solution

Class text book 4

Bible (RVS)

3

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

Organ transplant

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

Define organ transplant

Make morally upright decisions on the issue of organ transplant

Check meaning

Group discussion

Mentioning organs

Listing on chalkboard

Bible reading

Explanation

Note making

Documentary

Bible (RVS)

Chalkboard

Dictionary

Newspaper cuttings

Teacher's notes

4

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

Genetic Engineering

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

Define genetic engineering

Make moral decisions on the issue of genetic engineering

Check meaning

Sharing in groups

Presentations and discussion

Note making

Types of genetically engineered foods

Pictures

Resource person

Class textbook 4

Chalkboard

Teacher's notes

THREE

1

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

Plastic surgery

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

Define plastic surgery

Explain the Christian view on plastic surgery

Bible reading

Explanation

Mentioning ways of improving a person's appearance

Debate

Note making

Resource person

Audio-visual aids

Pictures

Bible (RVS)

Chalkboard

2

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

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

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

Define pollution and desertificatio n

Appreciation our

environment

Check meaning

Bible reading

Explanation

Question and answers

Note making

Bible (RVS)

Newspaper cutting

Class textbook

Pictures

3-4

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

Pollution & the environment

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

Identify the types of pollution

State the effects of pollution on our

environment

Brief visit (Field trip)

Discussing the role of a Christian in keeping the environment clean

Assignment (more research and report writing

Bible (RVS)

Newspaper cuttings

Resource person

Pictures

FOUR

1-2

Christian approaches to issues related to modern science,

Desertification

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

List causes of desertificatio

Brief visit (field trip)

Discussing the effects of desertification on the environment

Bible

Newspaper cuttings

Resource