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1

1

GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO C.R.E.

 

Meaning of Christian Religious Education.

 

Importance of Christian Religious Education.

 

 

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

 

Give the meaning of Christian Religious Education.

 

Outline importance of studying Christian Religious Education.

 

 

 

 

 

Brain storming;

 

Probing questions;

 

Discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KLB BK I

Pages 1-4

 

2

The Bible.

Describe the Bible as the Word of God. Probing questions;

Bible reading;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 5-6

 

3

Human authors of the Bible.

 

Literary forms of the Bible.

Identify some human authors of the bible.

 

List down some literary forms of the bible.

 

Brain storming;

Bible reading;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 6-7

 

2

1

The bible as a library. Explain why the bible is referred to as a library.

List down books in the new testament.

Probing questions;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 7-8

 

2

Books in the old testament. Identify categories of books in the old testament.

Name books in each category of the old testament.

Probing questions;

Exposition of new concepts;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 9-10

 

2

3

Books in the new testament. Identify categories of books in the old testament.

Name books in each category of the new testament.

Probing questions;

Exposition of new concepts;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

11-12

 

3

1-2

Translation of the bible from original languages.

Identify the original languages the bible was written in.

Outline bible translation to local languages.

Exposition;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 12-13

 

3

Versions of the bible.

List down some versions of the bible. Oral questions;

Brief discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 14-15

 

4

1,2

Effects of the bible translation.

Outline effects of bible translation in Kenya today. Exposition;

Discussion;

Written exercise.

  KLB BK I

Pages 15-16

 

3

CREATION AND THE FALL OF MANKIND

 

First account of the Creation story.

 

 

 

 

 

Describe God’s works in six days.

 

 

 

 

Oral questions;

Bible reading- Gen 1;12

Brief discussion.

 

 

 

 

The Bible.

 

 

 

 

KLB BK I

Pages 19-20

 

5

1

Second account of the Creation story.

Discuss second account of creation story. Bible reading; Gen 2; 4-25;

Discussion.

The bible. KLB BK I

Pages 20-21

 

2

State differences between the two creation accounts.

Identify similarities between the two accounts.

Outline similarities and differences between the two creation accounts. Oral questions;

Brief discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

21-22

 

3

Attributes of God as depicted in the two creation accounts.

 

Highlight attributes of God as depicted in the two creation accounts. Probing questions;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 19-20

 

6

1

Teaching from the creation accounts. Explain teachings derived from  the two creation accounts. Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 23-4

 

2

Traditional African view of creation.

Narrate a creation story from a traditional African view of.

Highlight attributes of God.

Narration on origin of Agikuyu people / other communities.

 

  KLB BK I

Pages 25-28

 

3

Biblical teaching on origin of sin.

Give a biblical teaching on the origin of sin. Luke3:1-6.

Brief discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 23-24

 

7

1

Consequences of sin.

Outline the biblical teaching on consequences of sin. Brain storming;

Oral questions;

Bible reading;

discussion

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 25-27

 

2-3

CAT. & MID – TERM  BREAK        

8

1

God’s plan of salvation.

Outline God’s plan for salvation to reconcile mankind to Himself.

 

Bible reading; Gen 3; 8-9

Discover God’s initiative to restore human race.

The bible. KLB BK I

Page 31

 

2

Traditional African concept of evil.

Identify causes of evil.

Outline consequences of evil.

Probing questions ;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 32-33

 

3

Traditional African concept of evil and Christian view of sin.

Compare and contrast  traditional African concept of evil and Christian view of sin. Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Detailed discussion;

Review exercise.

  KLB BK I

Pages 34-36

 

9

1

FAITH AND GOD’S PROMISES

 

Background to call of Abraham.

 

 

 

Trace the background to Abraham.

 

 

 

Bible reading; Gen 15;1-6

Exposition of new ideas;

Discussion.

 

 

 

 

The Bible.

 

 

 

KLB BK I

Page 37-40

 

2

Faith in God.

Give the meaning of the word faith.

Identify ways of manifesting faith in God.

Bible reading; Heb. 11;1-6

Probing questions;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Page 40

 

3

Abraham’s act of faith.

Describe Abraham’s act of faith. Bible reading; Gen. 12;1-9

Probing questions;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 41-42

 

10

1

Relevance of faith to Christians. Explain the relevance of faith to Christians. Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Page 43

 

2-3

God’s promises to Abraham.

List down God’s promises to Abraham.

Explain relevance of God’s promises to Abraham in a Christian view.

Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 40-42

 

11

1-2

God’s covenant with Abraham.

Define a covenant.

Give an outline of God’s covenant with Abraham.

Explain the importance of the covenant.

Bible reading; Gen. 15;1-19

Oral questions;

Narrations;

Discussion.

The Bible. Pages 46-49  

3

Covenants in modern life.

Identify covenants in modern life.

 

Probing questions on examples of modern covenants –marriage, baptism, swearing oaths.

Brief discussion.

 

  KLB BK I

Pages 49-52

 
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1

Circumcision.

Jewish perspective.

Explain the importance of circumcision to Abraham and his descendants. Bible reading; Gen. 17;1-16

Narrations;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 53-54

 

2

Circumcision.

African perspective. perspective.

Explain the importance of circumcision from an African point of view.

Compare circumcision from a Jewish and African points of view.

Oral questions;

Discussion;

Review questions.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 54-55

 

3

MOSES AND SINAI COVENANT

The call of Moses.

 

 

Give an outline of the call of Moses.

 

Bible reading:

Exo : 1-22.

Discussion.

 

 

 

The Bible.

 

 

KLB BK I

Pages 56-61

 

2

1-2

The ten plagues.

Identify the plagues sent to Egyptians.

Outline lessons learnt by Christians from the plagues incident.

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Page 62-64

 

3

The Passover. Give an outline of instructions given to elders by Moses.

Explain significance of the Passover.

Bible reading; Exo. 12:1-3

Oral questions;

Brief discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 64-66

 

3

1-2

The Exodus. Expound on God’s love for His people. Bible reading; Exo. 14:5-30

Oral questions;

Brief discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 66-69

 

3

The Sinai covenant.

Describe the preparation and sealing of Sinai covenant. Bible reading; Exo. 19;8-16

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 69-71

 

4

1

The ten commandments.

Recall the ten commandments. Bible reading;

Exo. 20;-1-17;

Oral questions;

Discussion.

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 71-74

 

4

2-3

Breaking and renewal of Sinai covenant. Identify God’s expectations for renewal of the covenant. Q/A to review Sinai covenant;

Bible reading;

Exo 32; 1-35;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 74-75

 

5

1

Israelites’ worship in the wilderness. Describe Israelites’ worship in the wilderness. Bible reading; Exo 20;22-26;

Discussion.

 

The Bible. KLB BK I

Pages 76-77

 

2

Israelites’ new understanding of God.

Explain Israelites’ new understanding of God. Brain storming;

Discussion,

Topic review questions.

  KLB BK I

Pages 80-81

 

3

LEADERSHIP IN GOD’S PLAN

 

Introduction.

 

 

Reasons for kingship in Israel.

 

 

 

Define leadership.

List down duties of judges who ruled Israel.

Give reasons for kingship in Israel.

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Discussion.

   

 

 

 

KLB BK I

Pages 82-86

 

6

1

Reasons against kingship in Israel.

Cite reasons against kingship in Israel. Bible reading;

Sam 8; 10-20;

Probing questions;

discussion

 

The bible. KLB BK I

Pages 86-87

 

2

King Saul.

Outline King Saul’s successes and failures.

Explain lessons learnt from King Saul’s successes and failures.

 

Oral questions;

Narrations;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 89-90

 

3

King David.

Outline David’s achievements during his reign. Narrations;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 93-96

 

7

1

David as an ancestor of Jesus.

Enumerate promises made to David by God.

Highlight fulfillment of David’s promises in the new testament.

Bible reading; Luke 1;26-33;

Narrations;

Exposition;

Discussion.

 

The bible. KLB BK I

Pages 97-98

 

2

Qualities of a good leader.

Identify qualities a leader should emulate from king David. Brain storming;

Oral questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 99-100

 

3

King Solomon’s successes and failures. Outline King Solomon’s successes and failures. Q/A to review King David’s successes;

Narrations;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 101-6

 

8

1-2

TEST  & MID – TERM BREAK
       

3

Temple in Israel.

State functions of the  temple in Israel. Exposition;

Discussion;

Answer topic review questions.

  KLB BK I

Pages 109-111

 

9

1

LOYALTY TO GOD – ELIJAH

 

Idolatry in Israel.

 

 

Outline factors that led to spread of idolatry in Israel.

 

 

Exposition;

Oral questions;

Discussion;

 

   

 

 

KLB BK I

Pages 112-8

 

2

Religious schism between Juda and Israel. Highlight Jeroboam actions that set a bad example to other kings. Bible reading; I Kings 12;26-33;

Expounding.

The bible. KLB BK I

Pages 118-9

 

3

Effects of idolatry in Israel.

Enumerate effects of idolatry in Israel. Probing questions;

Discussion.

 

 

  KLB BK I

Pages 120-1

 

10

1

Elijah’s fight against false religion.

Describe Elijah’s fight against false religion at Mt. Carmel. Bible reading;

I Kings18;17-46;

Narrations;

Oral questions;

Discussion.

 

The bible. KLB BK I

Pages 122-5

 

2-3

Elijah’s fight against corruption.

Describe Elijah’s fight against corruption. Bible reading;

I Kings 21; 1-29;

Narrations;

Oral questions;

Discussion.

 

The bible. KLB BK I

Pages 126-9

 

11

1-2

Why Elijah faced hostility.

Cite reasons why Elijah faced danger and hostility. Exposition;

Discussion;

Answer topic review questions.

  KLB BK I

Pages 126-9

 
3 Relevance of Elijah’s mission today. Explain relevance of Elijah’s mission to Christians today. Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 131-2

 

12-13

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AFRICAN RELIGIOUS HERITAGE

 

Concept of God.

 

 

 

Give an outline of attributes of God as understood by African people.

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Exposition;

Discussion.

   

 

 

KLB BK I

Pages 135-9

 

3

The Spirits. Draw the hierarchy of spirits.

State characteristics common to spirits.

Brain storming;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 139-140

 

2

1

Hierarchy of beings. Identify categories of the hierarchy of beings.

Describe relationship between God and human beings.

Brain storming;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 139-141

 

2

Relation between living and non-living.

 

 

 

The role of God.

Outline relationships between human beings and plants; between human beings and non-living things.

 

Identify the role of God.

Oral questions;

Brief discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 141-5

 

3

The role of spirits & the role of ancestors. State the roles of spirits and ancestors. Brain storming;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 146-7

 

3

1

Responsibility of the living towards God. Describe traditional African expression of worship. Brain storming;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 147-150

 

2

Responsibility of the living towards Spirits / ancestors. Discuss veneration of ancestors. Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Page 150

 

3

Communication with the Spirits. Outline ways through which human beings communicate with spirits. Brain storming;

Exposition;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pages 151-2

 

4

1

MEANING & WHOLENESS OF LIFE IN T.A.S.

 

Introduction.

 

Definition of a community.

 

 

 

 

Give various aspects of life.

Define a community.

Describe the social organization of African society.

 

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Oral questions;

Discussion.

   

 

 

 

KLB BK I

Pg 153-6

 

2-3

African concept of kinship. Describe the African view of kinship. Drawing a kinship tree diagram;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pg 156-9

 

5

1-2

Harmony and mutual responsibility in the African community. Outline factors contributing to harmony and mutual responsibility in the African community. Brain storming;

Oral questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pg 159-162

 

3,

 

1

TEST

&

MID –TERM BREAK

       

6

6

2-

3

RITES OF PASSAGE AND MORAL VALUES

 

The role of rites of passage.

 

Birth and naming.

 

 

 

 

Outline roles of rites of passage.

 

Identify some rituals associated with birth and naming.

 

 

 

 

Guided discussion;

Oral questions.

   

 

 

 

KLB BK I

Pg 164-5

 

7

1

Initiation rites. Explain importance of initiation rites. Oral questions;

Detailed discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pg 167-9

 

2

Marriage rites. Outline significance of marriage. Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pg 169-170

 

3

Death rites. Identify some death rites practised  in some communities.

 

Open discussion.   KLB BK I

Pg 170-2

 

8

1-2

Role of rites of passage. Outline role of rites of passage in inculcating moral values. Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

  KLB BK I

Pg 172-5

 

3

Religious specialists in African communities. Highlight role of religious specialists in African communities. Give examples of specialists;

Discuss their role.

  KLB BK I

Pg 176-180

 

9

1-3

AFRICAN MORAL VALUES

 

Morality and virtues.

 

 

 

Define the terms morality and virtues.

Identify some important moral values.

 

 

 

Brain storming;

Probing questions;

Discussion.

   

 

 

KLB BK I

Pg 182-9

 

10

1-3

Continuity and change of some aspects of traditional African culture.

 

Identify some African cultural aspects that have (not) undergone change. Probing questions;

Discussion on changes regarding community land, property ownership, worship trends.

  KLB BK I

Pg 189-196

 

11

1-3

Continuity and change of some aspects of traditional African culture.

 

Identify African cultural aspects that have (not) undergone change. Probing questions;

Discussion on changes regarding medicine, mode of dressing and bride- price.

  KLB BK I

Pg 196-200

 

12-13

END  OF  TERM  THREE  EXAMS  

 

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