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Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

JSS2 First Term IRK/IRS Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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JSS2 First Term IRK/IRS Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Introduction to Islamic Religious Knowledge (IRK)


Lesson: Understanding the basics of Islam, the Five Pillars of Islam.

Activity: Group discussion on the significance of the Five Pillars.

Week 2: The Quran – The Holy Book of Islam


Lesson: Exploring the history, significance, and teachings of the Quran.

Activity: Reading and discussing selected verses from the Quran.

Week 3: Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) – The Last Messenger


Lesson: Learning about the life, teachings, and importance of Prophet Muhammad.

Activity: Role-play on key events from the life of Prophet Muhammad.

Week 4: Islamic Worship – Salah (Prayer)


Lesson: Understanding the importance of Salah, its rituals, and the times of prayer.

Activity: Demonstrating the steps of Salah in pairs.

Week 5: Zakat and Charity in Islam


Lesson: Exploring the concept of Zakat and the significance of charity in Islam.

Activity: Simulating a charity drive within the class.

Week 6: Fasting – Sawm during Ramadan


Lesson: Understanding the significance and rituals of fasting during Ramadan.

Activity: Sharing personal experiences or stories related to Ramadan.

Week 7: Pilgrimage – Hajj


Lesson: Learning about the Hajj pilgrimage and its importance in Islam.

Activity: Creating a visual representation of the steps involved in Hajj.

Week 8: Islamic Morality and Ethics


Lesson: Discussing the ethical principles and moral values emphasized in Islam.

Activity: Group debate on contemporary moral issues from an Islamic perspective.

Week 9: Family Life in Islam


Lesson: Exploring the role of family, marriage, and relationships in Islam.

Activity: Group discussions on the importance of family in religious contexts.

Week 10: Islamic Festivals and Celebrations


Lesson: Understanding the significance of Islamic festivals such as Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

Activity: Creating artwork or presentations depicting Islamic festivals.

Week 11: Revision Week


Reviewing key concepts, answering questions, and clarifying doubts.

Week 12: Examination Week


Conducting examinations to assess students’ understanding of the topics covered.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Recap of the term’s learnings, sharing reflections, and distributing any certificates or achievements.

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