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CRS PRIMARY THREE (3) THIRD TERM LESSON PLAN AND SCHEME OF WORK



CRS PRIMARY THREE (3) THIRD TERM LESSON PLAN AND SCHEME OF WORK

 

 

WEEK 2

Topic: Jesus loves all people

 

Subtopic: God’s way of showing love to His people.

 

Guide

Matthew 5: 44 – 48; John 15:12; Mark 10: 46 – 52; Luke 19: 2 – 8

 

Learning objectives

At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1          identify ways by which Jesus showed love to people.

2          identify instances when Jesus demonstrated his love for mankind.

3          explain the importance of showing love to one another.

Reference & Materials:

 

Building Background/connection to prior knowledge: Pupils were familiar with the topic in their previous classes

 

CONTENT

God’s ways of showing love to his people

The love of God to his people is shown through many way. He providessuch needs as food, shelter/house and clothes for his children. He makes the sun to shine both on the good and on evil people. God also sends rain on both the just and the unjust. It is the love of God that brings sinners to repentance.

             The love of God for the world made him to send his only begotten son,Jesus, into the world to perform different miracles, signs and wonders. Jesus had pity on the sick, lame, blind, and many who had any need. He gave hope to the hopeless and life to the lifeless. Jesus was nailed to the cross and died for the sins of the people. He shed his blood for the forgive￾ness of sins. Jesus told us that we should love one another and be perfect as our heavenly father is perfect.

Remember

1          God showed his love to mankind by making special provision for man￾kind.

2          God sends rain upon both the just and the unjust.

3          God’s sun shines on both the evil and good people.       God sent his only son Jesus to shed his blood and difor mankind.

5          Jesus demonstrated love through healing the sick, various diseas￾es, opening the blind eyes, delivering the oppressed and raising thedead.

6          Jesus demonstrated his love to blind Bartimaeus, Zacchaeus and MaryMagdalene.

7          We are to show love to one another by taking care of the sick, givinggood gifts to people, sharing things and being kind to one another.

 

Strategies & Activities:

Step1: Teacher revised the previous topic.

Step2: Teacher introduces the new topic.

Step3: Teacher explains the new topic.

Step4: Teacher welcomes pupils questions.

Step 5: Teacher evaluates the pupils.

Assessment & Evaluation:

  1. identify ways by which Jesus showed love to people.
  2. identify instances when Jesus demonstrated his love for mankind.

 

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding.

 

Wrap_up(conclusion): Teacher corrects and Mark pupils notebooks.

 

Assignment:

 

1          Explain two ways Jesus showed love to people.

2          Give two examples of Jesus demonstrating love to mankind.

3          Give two importance of love to one another.

Fill in the gaps with the correct answers.

4          For God so loved the world that he gave _______________.

5          God sends rain on both the _______ and the ________.

6          Jesus cast out demons from Mary __________

 

 

WEEK3

Topic: Jesus loves all people

 

Subtopic:Instances of how Jesus demonstrated his love to people

 

Guide

Matthew 5: 44 – 48; John 15:12; Mark 10: 46 – 52; Luke 19: 2 – 8

 

Learning objectivesAt the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1          identify ways by which Jesus showed love to people.

2          identify instances when Jesus demonstrated his love for mankind.

3          explain the importance of showing love to one another.

Reference & Materials:

 

Building Background/connection to prior knowledge: Pupils were familiar with the topic in their previous classes

 

CONTENT

 

Instances of how Jesus demonstrated his love to people

There are many instances in the Bible when Jesus demonstrated his love topeople. Examples are:) Blind Bartimeaus

One day, Jesus came to Jericho. As he was leaving, the disciples and many people followed him. Bartimeaus, a blind beggar and son of Timae￾us, was sitting by the roadside. When he heard that Jesus was passing by,

he cried out to Jesus for help. He said, ‘Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me’. He did not stop shouting out until Jesus heard him and stopped.

Jesus sent for him. As he was coming, he threw away his garment. When he got to Jesus, Jesus asked him, ‘What do you want me to do for you’?

The blind man answered, ‘Master, let me receive my sight’.

 Jesus replied him, ‘Go your way; your faith has made you well’. Imme￾diately, the blind man received his sight and followed Jesus.

Blind Bartimaeus begging by the roadsideb)

Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus was a chief tax collector and a rich man. One day, Jesus was passing through Jericho. As usual, many people followed him. Zacchaeus wanted to see Jesus but because he was too short, he couldnot see Jesus because of the crowd. He ran ahead and climbed a syca￾more tree so that he could see Jesus.

When Jesus came to the sycamore tree, he said to him, ‘Zacchaeus,make haste and come down; for I must stay at your house today’.

Zacchaeus came down from the tree and received Jesus joyfully. The people around murmured because Jesus wanted to be the guest of a sinner.

Zacchaeus on the sycamore tree

             When Jesus got to Zacchaeus’ house, he told Jesus that he would give half of his goods to the poor; that if he had cheated anybody of anything, he would pay back four times the amount of the cheating.Jesus told Zacchaeus, ‘Today, salvation has come to this house, since he also is a son of Abraham. For the son of man came to seek and to save the lost’.

  1. c) Mary Magdalene



Jesus also demonstrated his love towards Mary Magdalene. Jesus drove out seven demons from her.

Importance of sh Iowing love to one another

Jesus demonstrated his love to mankind by healing the sick, delivering the Oppressed, opening the eyes of the blind, healing many diseases, and rais￾ing up the dead. We can show love to people by taking care of them.

It is important to show love to one another because

1          Showing love to one another brings peace among people.

2          Showing love makes us draw closer to one another and to God.

3          Showing love to one another brings unity.

4          Showing love to one another brings joy and happiness among people.

Moral lessons

1          God demonstrated his love for us by sending Jesus into the world to diefor our sins. We must love one another to the point of giving best gifts

to one another.

2          When Bartimaeus was going to Jesus, he removed his garment. We

must remove things that will not allow us to receive mercy from God.

3          Zacchaeus climbed a sycamore tree to see Jesus. We must not allow

 anything to stop our love for God.

4          We must forgive other people in love. Zacchaeus said that he would pay back four times, if he had taken anything from anybody unjustly. We should be able to pay whatever we owe other people.

Remember

1          God showed his love to mankind by making special provision for man￾kind.

2          God sends rain upon both the just and the unjust.

3          God’s sun shines on both the evil and good people.     God sent his only son Jesus to shed his blood and difor mankind.

5          Jesus demonstrated love through healing the sick, various diseas￾es, opening the blind eyes, the oppressed and raising the dead.

6          Jesus demonstrated his love to blind Bartimaeus, Zacchaeus and MaryMagdalene.

7          We are to show love to one another by taking care of the sick, givinggood gifts to people, sharing thingsand being kind to one another.

Strategies & Activities:

Step1: Teacher revised the previous topic.

Step2: Teacher introduces the new topic.

Step3: Teacher explains the new topic.

Step4: Teacher welcomes pupils questions.

Step 5: Teacher evaluates the pupils.

 

Assessment & Evaluation:

 

  1. identify ways by which Jesus showed love to people.
  2. identify instances when Jesus demonstrated his love for mankind.

 

Summary: Teacher goes over the topic once again to enhance better understanding.

 

Wrap_up(conclusion): Teacher corrects and Mark pupils notebooks.

 

Exercise

1          Explain two ways Jesus showed love to people.

2          Give two examples of Jesus demonstrating love to mankind.

3          Give two importance of love to one another.

Fill in the gaps with the correct answers.

4          For God so loved the world that he gave _______________.

5          God sends rain on both the _______ and the ________.

6          Jesus cast out demons from Mary __________.

Choose the correct answers to the following:

7          For him to see Jesus Zacchaeus climbed

  1. a mango tree. B. banana tree. C. sycamore

             tree.     D. orange tree.

8          Bartimaeus was the son of

  1. Timothy. B. Titus. C. Timaeus.
  2. Thomas.

9          Bartimaeus was

  1. deaf. B. sick. C. blind.
  2. cripple.

10        ‘Today, salvation has come to this house’ was said by Jesus to

  1. Mary Magdalene. B. Bartimaeus. C. Zacchaeus

 

 

 

WEEK 4

 

Topic :Jesus guides us by his spirit

Performance objectives

At the end of this unit, pupils should be able to:

1          explain how Jesus guides us by his spirit.

2          list some of the things Jesus promised the Holy Spirit would do.

3 identify the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of Christians.

4          state the fruits of the Holy Spirit.

Guide to Bible passages

Acts 8; 13:1-3; 16:6-40; Galatians 5:22-23; John 13:25; 14:25; 16:4-12

CONTENT

Jesus promises his spirit

When Jesus was about to ascend into Heaven, he promised his disciples the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit represents the spirit of Jesus and of God the father.

             In John 16:4-11, Jesus told his disciples that he would soon go back to his father. They became very sad. Jesus then explained to them that he would not leave them alone. He said he would send them the Holy Spirit who would be their counsellor. The Holy Spirit would teach the world righ￾teousness and condemn evil in the hearts of people.

 On Pentecost Day, the Holy Spirit was sent on the twelve apostles. Later

other believers started receiving the spirit because the promise was for all who would believe in Jesus

             The Holy Spirit guided the early disciples in their work of spreading the Gospel. The same Holy Spirit is also guiding us today as Christians.

Evidence of the guidance of the spirit of Jesus

  1. a) The choice of Paul and Barnabas In the Church at Antioch in Syria, there were prophets and teachers. Paul and Barnabas were among them.

             One day, while they were worshipping and fasting, the Holy Spirit said,‘Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul (Paul) for the work to which I have called them.’ The work the Holy Spirit said he had called them for was mis￾sionary work or evangelismJesus guides us by his spirit

 

Topic,:Jesus promises HIS spirit.

 

Performance objectives: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1          explain how Jesus guides us by his spirit.

2          list some of the things Jesus promised the Holy Spirit would do.

3 identify the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of Christians.

4          state the fruits of the Holy Spirit.

Guide to Bible passages

Acts 8; 13:1-3; 16:6-40; Galatians 5:22-23; John 13:25; 14:25; 16:4-

CONTENT

Jesus promises his spirit

When Jesus was about to ascend into Heaven, he promised his disciples the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit represents the spirit of Jesus and of God the father.

 In John 16:4-11, Jesus told his disciples that he would soon go back to his father. They became very sad. Jesus then explained to them that he would not leave them alone. He said he would send them the Holy Spirit who would be their counsellor. The Holy Spirit would teach the world righ￾teousness and condemn evil in the hearts of people.

             On Pentecost Day, the Holy Spirit was sent on the twelve apostles. Later, other believers started receiving the spirit because the promise was for all who would believe in Jesus.

             The Holy Spirit guided the early disciples in their work of spreading the

Gospel. The same Holy Spirit is also guiding us today as Christians.

Evidence of the guidance of the spirit of Jesus

  1. a) The choice of Paul and Barnabas

In the Church at Antioch in Syria, there were prophets and teachers. Paul vand Barnabas were among them.

            One day, while they were worshipping and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, ‘Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul (Paul) for the work to which I have called them.’ The work the Holy Spirit said he had called them for was mis￾sionary work or evangelism



as the messengers of God. She started following them screaming, ‘These are the servants of the Most High God who proclaim to you the way of salvation’.

 Paul had to cast out the evil spirit in her and she got converted. She was

no longer practising soothsaying. This is because the evil spirit in her that

was helping her in that pagan practice had been cast out.

 The owners of the slave girl who were making money out of her sooth￾saying got angry with Paul and. They took them to the magistrates at a market place and lied that they were disturbing people and teaching

them bad things.         

             The people there at the market place attacked them. The magistrates did not wait to find out the truth. They immediately gave an order that Paul  and Silas should be beaten with rods.

Paul and Silas in a market place before the magistrates

             After beating them with rods, they bound them and put them in the in￾ner prison with very tight securityWhile they were in the prison bound in chains, the Spirit of Christ in them  made them not to be afraid. They were praising and worshipping God

and other prisoners listened to them. As they were singing at midnight, God sent a very strong earthquake that shook the prison house. The fetters they bound Paul and Silas with broke. The prison doors opened but Paul and Silas did not run away. When the prison guard saw that the prison doors were open, he wantedto kill himself because he thought that Paul and Silas had escaped. He did not want to face the punishment of being killed. As Paul and Silas saw him trying to kill himself, they stopped him and he saw that they did not run Away after all  Having seen all that happened, the prison guard changed. He took Paul and Silas to his house that very night. He washed their wounds andserved them food. He was converted with all the members of his family.

             While Paul and Silas were in the prison guard’s house, the magistrates sent policemen to tell them that they had been released. Paul said that the magistrates must come and apologise to them for not respecting their rights as Roman citizens. They were punished without being given fair trial.

The magistrates had to come to the prison guard’s house and apologised to them. After that Paul and Silas left Philippi.

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