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Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS1 First Term CRK Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS1 First Term CRK Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS1 First Term Christian Religion Knowledge (CRK) Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Understanding Christianity


Introduction to Christianity and its core beliefs

Reading and discussion on the Bible as the sacred text

Group activity: Research and presentation on the major Christian denominations

Week 2: The Life of Jesus Christ


Detailed study of the life, teachings, and miracles of Jesus

Class discussion on the significance of Jesus in Christianity

Film screening: A documentary on the life of Jesus

Week 3: Biblical Stories and Parables


Exploration of key biblical stories and parables

Group storytelling activity: Retelling a chosen biblical story or parable

Class reflection on the moral lessons conveyed in the stories

Week 4: Christian Festivals and Celebrations


Understanding the significance of major Christian festivals (e.g., Christmas, Easter)

Class project: Creating visual displays or presentations on a chosen Christian festival

Guest speaker: Invite a local religious leader to share insights on Christian celebrations

Week 5: Christian Ethics and Morality


Discussion on Christian ethical principles

Role-play scenarios: Applying Christian values to real-life situations

Class debate: Ethical dilemmas in the modern world from a Christian perspective

Week 6: The Apostle Paul and Early Christian Communities


Study of the life and teachings of the Apostle Paul

Group research project: Investigating the establishment of early Christian communities

Class presentation: Sharing findings on the influence of Paul on Christianity

Week 7: Prayer and Worship in Christianity


Exploration of different forms of Christian prayer and worship

Guest speaker: A local clergy member to discuss the importance of prayer

Class workshop: Creating personalized prayers and reflections

Week 8: Christian Sacraments


In-depth study of Christian sacraments (e.g., Baptism, Holy Communion)

Class demonstration: Simulating a Baptism ceremony or Holy Communion

Reflection: Personal thoughts on the significance of sacraments in Christian life

Week 9: Christian Mission and Evangelism


Understanding the concept of mission and evangelism in Christianity

Guest speaker: A missionary or evangelist to share experiences and insights

Class project: Creating a mock missionary campaign or outreach plan

Week 10: Saints and Martyrs in Christian History


Exploration of Christian saints and martyrs

Class presentation: Research and share information on a chosen saint or martyr

Reflection: Discussing the relevance of saints and martyrs in contemporary Christianity

Week 11: Revision Week


Comprehensive review of topics covered in the term

Q&A sessions: Clarification of doubts and reinforcement of key concepts

Practice tests and quizzes: Preparing students for the upcoming examination

Week 12: Examination Week


Administration of written and practical examinations

Invigilation and assessment of students’ understanding of the course content

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Recap of the term’s learnings and achievements

Distribution of examination results and feedback

Closing ceremony: Recognizing outstanding students and contributions.

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