LONGHORN CRE ACTIVITIES.

GRADE FIVE SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 3

 

 

Wk Ls n Strand/ Theme Sub strand Specific learning outcomes Key inquiry Questions Learning experiences Learning Resources Assessment methods   Refl
1 1 THE EARLY LIFE OF JESUS Empowering the Needy ways in which Christians apply the teachings in the story of the rich young man By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       outline the relevance of the teachings of Jesus in the story of the rich young man and the society

b.       explain how Christians apply the teachings in the story to empower others in the community

c.       appreciate the importance respecting spiritual and material resources

1.  Why did Jesus teach in the story?

2.  Why did the rich young man find it difficult to share with others?

3.  Which projects are carried out in the community to support the needy?

·  Learners in pairs discuss why people in their

community work together in supporting the needy

·  Learners explain activities carried out by their

leaders to empower the poor.

·  Learners in pairs read Matthew19:16-22 and explain lessons learnt

·  learners in groups to identify temptations that can

keep them away from God

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 69-70

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 84-85

·  Oral Questions,

·  Portfolio

·  Observation schedules

·  Written Quizzes

 
  2   Persistence in By the end of the Sub strand, 1. Why did the ·  Learners brainstorm why it Good News Bible, ·  Oral  
  prayer the story of a friend at midnight the learner should be able to:

a.       Narrate the story of a friend at midnight to understand the importance of persistence

b.       State the qualities of a good friend

c.       Appreciate the importance of prayer for good personal relationship with God

friend visit at

midnight?

2. What are the qualities of a good friend?

good to choose friends wisely

·  Learners discuss what is the meaning of a mid-night friend

·  Learners to watch a video clip the story on a friend at midnight

·  Learners to read in turns Luke 11:5-13

Flash cards,

Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 71

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 85-86

Questions,

·  Portfolio

·  Observation schedules

·  Written Quizzes

  3   Persistence in By the end of the Sub strand, the learner should be able to:

a.       Narrate the story of a friend at midnight to understand the

importance of persistence

b.       State the qualities of a good friend

1. Why did the ·  Learners brainstorm why it Good News Bible, ·  Oral  
  prayer – the story of a friend at midnight friend visit at

midnight?

2. What are the qualities of a good friend?

good to choose friends wisely

·  Learners discuss what is the meaning of a mid-night friend

·  Learners to watch a video clip the story on a friend at midnight

·  Learners to read in turns Luke

Flash cards,

Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 71

Questions,

·  Portfolio

·  Observation schedules

·  Written Quizzes

 

 

        c.     Appreciate the importance of prayer for good personal

relationship with God

  11:5-13  

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 85-86

   
2 1   Persistence in prayer the value of friendship By the end of the Sub strand, the learner should be able to:

a.       State the importance of prayer

b.       explain the value of friendship using lessons from the story of a friend at midnight

c.       Appreciate the importance of prayer for good personal

relationship with God

1.  Why did the friend visit at midnight?

2.  What are the qualities of a good friend?

·  Learners to outline lessons learnt from the story and dramatize the story of a friend at midnight.

·  Learners to role play the story of a friend at midnight

·  Learners to discuss in groups the importance of prayer

·  Learners to sing a relevant song, on the story

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 71-73

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 87-88

·  Oral Questions,

·  Portfolio

·  Observation schedules

·  Written Quizzes

 
  2 THE CHURC H The early Church

definitions of unity of believers

in the early church

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Identify different ways of definitions for unity of believers in the early church

b.       Explain the importance of unity among christians

c.       appreciate the importance of unity of believers in our society today

1.  What brought unity among the early believers?

2.  What is the importance of unity among Christians?

3.  How is the church involved in charity work today?

·  Learners in groups discuss why unity is important at school, at home and in church

·  Learners, in pairs, describe various definitions of

the term ‘Church’.

·  Learners in pairs read Acts 2: 42-47 and list

activities that brought unity in the early church

·  Learners in pairs, outline acts

of charity/mercy and solidarity done by churches today

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 74-75

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 89-90

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   The early Church

activities which promoted unity

in the early church

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Discuss the activities that brought unity of believers in the early church

b.       outline activities which promoted unity among early believers in the early church

c.       appreciate the importance of unity of believers in our society today

1.  What brought unity among the early believers?

2.  What is the importance of unity among Christians?

3.  How is the church involved in charity work today?

·  Learners in groups discuss why unity is important at school, at home and in church

·  Learners, in pairs, describe various definitions of

the term ‘Church’.

·  Learners in pairs read Acts 2: 42-47 and list

activities that brought unity in the early church

·  Learners in pairs, outline acts of charity/mercy and solidarity

done by churches today

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 75

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 90-91

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
3 1   The early Church

strategies used

by Christians to promote unity

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to; 1.  What brought unity among the early believers?

2.  What is the

·  Learners in groups discuss why unity is important at school, at home and in church Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

 

 

        a.       outline activities which promoted unity among early believers in the early church

b.       Explain strategies used by Christians to promote unity among Christians for responsible living

c.       appreciate the importance of unity of believers in our society today

importance of unity among Christians?

3. How is the church involved in charity work today?

·  Learners, in pairs, describe various definitions of

the term ‘Church’.

·  Learners in pairs read Acts 2: 42-47 and list

activities that brought unity in the early church

·  Learners in pairs, outline acts of charity/mercy and solidarity

done by churches today

Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 76

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 91-91

·  Written questions  
  2   The Lords Supper

Events that took place during the Lord’s supper

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Describe the events that took place during the Lord’s Supper to develop spiritually

b.       State the reason why Jesus organized the Lord’s supper

c.       appreciate the importance of remembrance of the Lords’ supper

1.  Why did Jesus organize the lords’ supper

2.  What instructions did Jesus give for celebration of the Lord’s Supper?

3.  Why do we take the Lords Table/ Eucharist today?

·  Learners discuss how the Lords’ supper is organized in their churches

·  Learners sing a relevant song and explain the meaning

·  Learners, in turns, read

Luke 22:14-20 and describe the events mentioned in the text

·  Learners to watch a video on the Lord’s Supper

·  Learners, in groups,

discuss the significance of the Lord’s Supper

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 77-78

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 93-94

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   The Lords Supper

significance of the Lord’s supper

to Christians today

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Identify the instructions Jesus gave for the celebration of the Lord’s supper

b.       explain the significance of the Lord’s Supper to Christians today

c.       appreciate the importance of remembrance of the Lords’ supper

1.  Why did Jesus organize the lords’ supper

2.  What instructions did Jesus give for celebration of the Lord’s Supper?

3.  Why do we take the Lords Table/ Eucharist today?

·  Learners discuss how the Lords’ supper is organized in their churches

·  Learners sing a relevant song and explain the meaning

·  Learners, in turns, read

Luke 22:14-20 and describe the events mentioned in the text

·  Learners to watch a video on the Lord’s Supper

·  Learners, in groups, discuss the significance of the Lord’s Supper

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 78-79

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 94-95

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
4 1   The Lords Supper- Values acquired during the celebration of

the Eucharist

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       explain the significance of the Lord’s Supper to Christians today

b.       identity the values required during the celebration of

1.  Why did Jesus organize the lords’ supper

2.  What instructions did Jesus give for celebration of the Lord’s Supper?

·  Learners say the importance of the Lord’s Table/Eucharist to a Christian

·  Learners to list attitudes/values required

when partaking the Eucharist/Lord’s Table

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

        Lord’s Table/Eucharist for application by Christians

c.     appreciate the importance of remembrance of the Lords’ supper

3. Why do we take the Lords Table/ Eucharist today? ·  Learners discuss with their parents/guardians or resource person

importance of celebrating the Lord’s supper and report to the class

Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 79-80

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 95-96

   
  2   The Role of the Holy Spirit the gift of the Holy Spirit By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Identify the gifts of the Holy Spirit to promote spiritual maturity

b.       identify how the fruits of the Holy Spirit have helped in promoting God’s work

c.       appreciate the role of the gifts of Holy Spirit in his/her

1.  What is the meaning of gifts of the Holy Spirit

2.  What is the meaning of fruits of the Holy Spirit?

3.  How does the holy spirit inspire

people to offer service to God and others?

·  Learners in pairs discuss the roles played by religious leaders and their parents for service to God

·  Learners in turns read 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 and identify gifts mentioned

·  Learners in groups discuss why the gifts of the Holy Spirit are important to Christians

·  Learners read Galatians 5:22- 23 and explain how these

fruits promote good relationships among Christians

·  Learners sing a song relevant to gifts of the Holy Spirit

and Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 81-82

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 96-97

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   The Role of the Holy Spirit the gift of the Holy Spirit By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Identify the gifts of the Holy Spirit to promote spiritual maturity

b.       Differentiate between the gifts and fruits of the Holy spirit

c.       appreciate the role of the gifts of Holy Spirit in his/her

1.  What is the meaning of gifts of the Holy Spirit

2.  What is the meaning of fruits of the Holy Spirit?

3.  How does the holy spirit inspire

people to offer service to God and others?

·  Learners in pairs discuss the roles played by religious leaders and their parents for service to God

·  Learners in turns read 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 and identify gifts mentioned

·  Learners in groups discuss why the gifts of the Holy Spirit are important to Christians

·  Learners read Galatians 5:22- 23 and explain how these

fruits promote good relationships among Christians

·  Learners sing a song relevant to gifts of the Holy Spirit

and Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 81-82

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 96-97

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

5 1   The Role of the Holy Spirit How the fruits of the Holy spirit helps in promoting God’s work By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       identify how the fruits of the Holy Spirit have helped in promoting God’s work

b.       discuss the fruits of the Holy spirit

c.       appreciate the role of the gifts of Holy Spirit in his/her

1.  What is the meaning of gifts of the Holy Spirit

2.  What is the meaning of fruits of the Holy Spirit?

3.  How does the holy spirit inspire

people to offer service to God and others?

·  Learners in pairs discuss the roles played by religious leaders and their parents for service to God

·  Learners in turns read 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 and identify gifts mentioned

·  Learners in groups discuss why the gifts of the Holy Spirit are important to Christians

·  Learners read Galatians 5:22- 23 and explain how these

fruits promote good relationships among Christians

·  Learners sing a song relevant to gifts of the Holy Spirit

and Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 83

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 98

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  2   The Role of the Holy Spirit values that influence the life of Christians from gifts and fruits of the Holy spirit By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       identify how the fruits of the Holy Spirit have helped in promoting God’s work

b.       list values which should influence the life Christians from the gifts and fruits of the Holy Spirit

c.       appreciate the role of the gifts of Holy Spirit in his/her

1.  What is the meaning of gifts of the Holy Spirit

2.  What is the meaning of fruits of the Holy Spirit?

3.  How does the holy spirit inspire

people to offer service to God and others?

·  Learners in pairs discuss the roles played by religious leaders and their parents for service to God

·  Learners in turns read 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 and identify gifts mentioned

·  Learners in groups discuss why the gifts of the Holy Spirit are important to Christians

·  Learners read Galatians 5:22- 23 and explain how these

fruits promote good relationships among Christians

·  Learners sing a song relevant to gifts of the Holy Spirit

and Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 84-85

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 98-99

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   Power of Intercessory prayer the story of Peter’s miraculous rescue By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Narrate the story of Peter’s miraculous rescue to understand the power of intercessory prayers

b.       explain various ways Christians demonstrate their faith in God

1.  Who was Peter?

2.  How did Peter portray faith in Christ?

3.  How should you demonstrate faith in Christ?

4.  What is the

meaning of intercessory Prayer?

·  Learners in pairs discuss the importance of prayers in

their life

·  Learners in turns ,read Acts 12:3-17 about the story of Peter’s rescue from prison and narrate what happened

·  Learners watch a video on Peter’s miraculous rescue

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 85-86 ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

        c.     appreciate lessons learnt from the story of Peter’s rescue by doing what is right   ·  Learners, in pairs, list lessons learnt from this story

·  Learners discuss what they have learnt from this story about Peter

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 99- 100    
6 1   Power of Intercessory prayer – the story of Peter’s miraculous rescue By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Narrate the story of Peter’s miraculous rescue to understand the power of intercessory prayers

b.       explain various ways Christians demonstrate their faith in God

c.       appreciate lessons learnt from the story of Peter’s rescue by doing what is right

1.  Who was Peter?

2.  How did Peter portray faith in Christ?

3.  How should you demonstrate faith in Christ?

4.  What is the meaning of intercessory Prayer?

·  Learners in pairs discuss the importance of prayers in

their life

·  Learners in turns ,read Acts 12:3-17 about the story of Peter’s rescue from prison and narrate what happened

·  Learners watch a video on Peter’s miraculous rescue

·  Learners, in pairs, list lessons learnt from this story

·  Learners discuss what they

have learnt from this story about Peter

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 85-86

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 99- 100

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  2   Power of Intercessory prayer ways in which Christians demonstrate faith in God By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Narrate the story of Peter’s miraculous rescue to understand the power of intercessory prayers

b.       explain various ways Christians demonstrate their faith in God

c.       appreciate lessons learnt from the story of Peter’s rescue by doing what is right

1.  Who was Peter?

2.  How did Peter portray faith in Christ?

3.  How should you demonstrate faith in Christ?

4.  What is the meaning of intercessory Prayer?

·  Learners research on different types of prayer from parents/guardians/Sunday

/Sabbath teachers and report

·  Learners to discuss what inspires them about Peter’s rescue by God

·  Learners engage in activities that strengthen their faith

in Christ

·  Sing a song related to standing firm in the faith

·  Learners brainstorm activities carried out by Christians

to demonstrate their faith in God

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 87-89

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 101- 102

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3 CHRIST IAN LIVING Friendship formation: peer influence the qualities of a good friend By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Identify desirable qualities of a good friend for personal development

b.       explain values useful in maintaining good friends to avoid negative influence

1. How can you avoid negative peer pressure? ·  Learners in pairs, make a list of qualities of a good friend

·  Learners in groups read 1 Thessalonians 5:11 and Galatians 6:2;

·  Learners to share whether their friends possess the

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 90-92 ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

        c.   appreciate the importance of desirable friendship that please God   qualities mentioned

·  learners to list what they consider as negative influence from friends and peers

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 103- 106

   
7 1   Friendship formation: peer influence Causes of poor choice of friends at home and school By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       explain values useful in maintaining good friends to avoid negative influence

b.       identify causes of poor choice of friends at home and school to make right choices

c.       appreciate the importance of desirable friendship that please God

1. How can you avoid negative peer pressure? ·  Learners, in groups, discuss how to deal with bullying from unfriendly peers

·  Learners discuss ways of maintaining good friends to avoid negative influence

·  Learners, in pairs, discuss causes of poor choice of friends at home and school

·  Learners to brainstorm on the e importance of desirable friendship that

pleases God

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 93-94

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 106- 107

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  2   Human sexuality

changes associated with adolescence in boys and girls and how to cope with them

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       identify changes associated with adolescence in both boys and girls for greater self-awareness

b.       outline how they cope with changes in their bodies to build self-confidence

c.       appreciate positively physical and physiological changes as a Christians

1.  Which issues are faced by adolescents?

2.  How does one get information on physical and emotional

changes?

3.  Who should advice on bodily changes?

·  Learners brainstorm on where get information for

bodily changes

·  Learners debate why some sources of information on bodily changes are considered unhealthy

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 95-98

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 108- 110

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   Human sexuality

Healthy and effects of

unhealthy boy- girl relationship

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       identify changes associated with adolescence in both boys and girls for greater self-awareness

b.       explain the effects of unhealthy boy-girl relationships

c.       appreciate positively physical and physiological changes as a Christians

1.  Which issues are faced by adolescents?

2.  How does one get information on physical and emotional

changes?

3.  Who should advice on bodily changes?

·  Learners in pairs identify why they should get the right information about themselves as they grow up

·  Learners, in pairs read 1Corinthians 6: 18-19 and explain lessons from the Bible text

·  Learners discuss Christian teachings on how to cope

with challenges associated with adolescence stage

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 98-99

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 110- 112

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

8 1   Human sexuality

Overcoming unhealthy boy – girl relationship

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       explain the effects of unhealthy boy-girl relationships

b.       discuss how to overcome unhealthy boy-girl relationship

c.       appreciate positively physical and physiological changes as a Christians

1.  Which issues are faced by adolescents?

2.  How does one get information on physical and emotional

changes?

3.  Who should advice on bodily changes?

·  Learners in groups to discuss the meaning of healthy

boy-girl relationship

·  Learners to discuss the meaning of unhealthy boy-girl relationship and their negative effects

·  Learners in pairs to discuss how to overcome unhealthy boy-girl relationship

·  Learners compose a poem importance of health boy-girl relationship

·  In pairs, learners to discuss why they should take positively developmental

changes in their bodies

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 100-101

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 112- 113

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  2   God the source of life Christian teachings on God as the only source of life By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       discuss Christian teaching on God as the only source of life

b.      Identify areas of abuse of the right to life

c.       appreciate the importance of life as a gift from God by observing safety

1.  Why is human life sacred?

2.  What does the Bible teach about sacredness of life?

3.  How will you encourage your classmates to respect their own life as well as lives of others?

·  Learners brainstorm on the importance of safety and security to human life

·  Learners, in small groups, learners read Genesis 1: 27; 9:6 Psalms 49:7-8 and Exodus 20:13 and identify Christian teaching on sacredness of life

·  Learners share examples of violation of human life in life today

·  Learners to brainstorm on the meaning of right to life

and why it should be upheld by

all not be violated

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 101-102

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 113- 114

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   God the source of life Causes of violation of human life By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       discuss Christian teaching on God as the only source of life

b.      identify causes of violation of the right to life for awareness

c.       appreciate the importance of life as a gift from God by

observing safety

1.  Why is human life sacred?

2.  What does the Bible teach about sacredness of life?

3.  How will you encourage your classmates to respect their own life as well as lives

of others?

·  Learners brainstorm on the importance of safety and security to human life

·  Learners, in small groups, learners read Genesis 1: 27; 9:6 Psalms 49:7-8 and Exodus 20:13 and identify Christian teaching on sacredness of life

·  Learners share examples of

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 103 ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

            violation of human life in life today

·  Learners to brainstorm on the meaning of right to life

and why it should be upheld by all not be violated

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 114- 115    
9 1   God the source of life How to cope with emotions and stress By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       identify the reason why human life is sacred

b.      explain how to cope with emotions and stress to reduce abuse of the right to life

c.       appreciate the importance of life as a gift from God by observing safety

1.  Why is human life sacred?

2.  What does the Bible teach about sacredness of life?

3.  How will you encourage your classmates to respect their own life as well as lives of others?

·  Learner debate the causes of violation of the right to life

·  Learners discuss emotions that can lead to violation of one’s life

·  In pairs learners to discuss how to cope with negative emotions

·  Learners to discuss consequences of violating life

·  Learners to compose a poem on sacredness/sanctity of

life using a digital device

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 104-105

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 115- 116

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  2   Good Health Practices Alcohol and substance use and reasons why young people engage in alcohol and substance use By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       Explain the meaning of alcohol and substance use for raised awareness

b.       list examples of drugs that are abused today

c.       explain reasons why young people engage in alcohol and substance abuse

d.       Appreciate the importance of the body as the temple of God by avoiding misuse of alcohol and drugs

1.  Which drugs are commonly abused today?

2.  What can lead one to alcohol and substance use?

3.  What are the effects of alcohol and substance use?

4.  How can you avoid alcohol and substance use?

5.  How can you help your peers to

avoid alcohol and substance abuse?

·  Learners discuss the meaning of alcohol and

substance abuse

·  learners in pairs to give examples of commonly abused drugs

·  Learners read and discuss the following; Proverbs

20:1,; Proverbs 31:6 Ephesians

5:18;

·  Learners to brainstorm lessons learnt from the Bible texts

·  Learners to brainstorm on reasons that lead to

alcohol and substance use by young people and

ways of addressing them

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 105-107

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 117- 118

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   Good Health Practices effects of alcohol and substance use to the body and relationships By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.    outline the effects of alcohol and substance use to the body and relationships

1.  Which drugs are commonly abused today?

2.  What can lead one to alcohol and substance use?

3.  What are the

·  Learners discuss the meaning of alcohol and

substance abuse

·  learners in pairs to give examples of commonly abused drugs

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

        for avoidance

b.       list examples of drugs that are abused today

c.       Appreciate the importance of the body as the temple of God by avoiding misuse of alcohol and drugs

effects of alcohol and substance use?

4.  How can you avoid alcohol and substance use?

5.  How can you help your peers to

avoid alcohol and substance abuse?

·  Learners read and discuss the following; Proverbs

20:1,; Proverbs 31:6 Ephesians

5:18;

·  Learners to brainstorm lessons learnt from the Bible texts

·  Learners to brainstorm on reasons that lead to

alcohol and substance use by young people and

ways of addressing them

Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 108

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 118- 119

   
10 1   Good Health Practices ways of avoiding engaging in alcohol and substance abuse By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to:

a.       outline the effects of alcohol and substance use to the body and relationships for avoidance

b.       Identify ways of avoiding engaging in alcohol and substance use for healthy living.

c.       Appreciate the importance of the body as the temple of God by avoiding misuse of alcohol and drugs

1.  Which drugs are commonly abused today?

2.  What can lead one to alcohol and substance use?

3.  What are the effects of alcohol and substance use?

4.  How can you avoid alcohol and substance use?

5.  How can you help your peers to

avoid alcohol and substance abuse?

·  Learners explain dangers of alcohol and substance

use to his/her health/body

·  Learners to watch a video clip on the dangers of

alcohol and substance use

·  Learners research on prevention of alcohol and substance use and report to class

·  Learners to use flashcards to pass different

messages saying no! to alcohol and substance use

·  Learners give a brief talk at the assembly on effects

of alcohol and substance use

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 109-110

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 119- 120

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  2   Appropriate use of Social Media Meaning of social media awareness and social media platforms commonly used today By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       Explain the meaning of social media for awareness

b.       list social media platforms that are commonly used today

c.       Desire to use social media for positive benefit of self and others.

1.  What are social media platforms?

2.  Why should you use them appropriately?

3.  What is cyber bullying?

·  Learners in pairs define the term social media

·  Learners list social media platforms commonly used today and illustrate their symbols by drawing in their books

·  Learners, in small groups, list advantages and disadvantages of social media for children and youth.

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 111-112

 

Longhorn CRE

act. TG. Pg. 120- 121

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 
  3   Appropriate use of Social Media

Effects of

By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to; 1. What are social media platforms? ·  Learners in pairs define the term social media

·  Learners list social media

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, ·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

 

 

      appropriate and inappropriate use of social media a.       state the effects of appropriate an inappropriate use of social media for choosing responsibly

b.       list social media platforms that are commonly used today

c.       Desire to use social media for positive benefit of self

and others.

2.  Why should you use them appropriately?

3.  What is cyber bullying?

platforms commonly used today and illustrate their symbols by drawing in their books

·  Learners, in small groups, list advantages and disadvantages of social media for children and youth.

Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 113

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 122- 123

·  Written questions  
      Appropriate use of Social Media safety measures to observe when using social media By the end of the sub-strand the learner should be able to;

a.       debate about the advantages and disadvantages of social media

b.       discuss safety measures to observe when using social media to use them

c.       Desire to use social media for positive benefit of self and others.

1.  What are social media platforms?

2.  Why should you use them appropriately?

3.  What is cyber bullying?

·  Learners, in groups, discuss cyber-bullying and how to protect themselves from its harm

·  Leaners debate on the motion:

:Social media are ruining children and youth

·  In pairs learners to discuss safety measures when using social media

·  Learners watch good movies or educative documentaries e.g.

the Bible Stories                                   ww

Good News Bible, Flash cards, Pictures, Songs, Digital devices Charts, poems Longhorn CRE act. Learners Bk. Pg. 114-116

 

Longhorn CRE act. TG. Pg. 123- 124

 

·  Journals

·  Authentic tasks

·  Written questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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