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Week: One

Class: Basic One

Topic: Who is a Christian?

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to;

  1. explain in a statement who a Christian is.
  2. identify the type of books used by Christians.
  3. mention the founder of Christianity

Instructional material/Reference material: Learn Africa Basic Christian Religious Studies UBE edition for primary schools

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: Students are familiar with the name Christian

Content:

The word Christian was first used in Antioch when the people of Antioch observed the life of the disciples and it was like that of Christ hence they were called Christian meaning “Christ-like”

Who is a Christian?

A Christian is someone who believes that Jesus Christ is the Saviour of the world and allows Christ to reign in his heart.

The Bible is the book used by Christian and they read it every day because it contains the word and instruction for them from God.

The girl in the diagram is studying her Bible and we should also imbibe the culture of reading our Bible daily

Christianity was originated by Jesus Christ, He originated Christianity by dying for everyone.

Evaluation:

  1. Define a Christian
  2. The Bible is used by Christian True/False
  3. Who started Christianity?

Week: Two

Class: Basic One

Topic: Good and bad Christian

Behavioural objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to;

  1. explain who a good Christian is.
  2. explain who is a bad Christian.
  3. identify a good and a bad Christian

Instructional material/Reference material: Learn Africa Basic Christian Religious Studies UBE edition for primary schools

Building Background /connection to prior knowledge: Students have learned about Christian

Content:

The story of the Good Samaritan

A Jewish man was travelling, and was attacked by armed robbers on the way.

They took all his clothes and money, and they beat him really badly. Then they left him beside the road almost dead. By chance, two Jewish persons came along differently and saw the man lying there. Instead of helping him, they crossed to the other side of the road and continued on their journey. Then a Samaritan came along the same road. When the Samaritan saw the Jewish man lying down by the roadside, he had pity on him. He washed and bandaged his wounds. Then he put the man on his donkey and took him to a hotel because there were no hospitals in those days. There, the Samaritan looked after the Jewish man. When it was time for him to leave the town, the Samaritan gave the hotel owner some money. He asked him to continue to look after the sick man until he became well again.

Out of all the men who saw the Jewish man on the side of the road, the Samaritan was the only one who helped.

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