Class Five CRE

Description

The primary Christian Religious Education Syllabus is designed in a way that enable the teacher to adopt a life-approach method of teaching. This approach begins with actual day-today experiences and helps the learners to discover their religious significance in relation to the Christian faith. The syllabus thus encourages a child – centred approach to the teaching of CRE.

It is intended that the teacher will use the children’s interests and experiences while teaching. This means that activities chosen to explain religious truths and values should be selected and organized according to the children’s age and level of mental development.

What Will I Learn?

  • Come to a vivid awareness and knowledge of God as He reveals Himself through human experiences, creation, the Christian community, the scriptures (the Bible)
  • Accept the environment as God-given and their responsibility to respect, conserve and develop it
  • Respond to God in faith as a new person in Jesus Christ with reverence, repentance, worship, hope, service and witnessing love.

Topics for this course

68 Lessons45h 30m

GROWING UP IN CHRIST?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Respect and appreciate other people for the way God has made them. Appreciate others and love them the way we are Recognize that we grow physically, spiritually, morally, socially, and emotionally Allow the Holy spirit to control their emotions Exercise self-control in their relation with the opposite sex Use their bodies responsibly Control their sexual feelings
Lesson 1: We are wonderfully made
Lesson 2: The roles of boys and girls
Lesson 3: How our bodies grow
Lesson 4: Emotional growth
Lesson 5: Boy – Girl relationship in Traditional African view and Christian teaching
Lesson 6: Effects of irresponsible Girl – Boy relationships

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Know that God first means to obey and love God as he wants Encourage others to go to church on the Sabbath day Obey and respect their parents and elders Make peace with those who annoy them Avoid situations that can lead them to adultery Respect other people’s property Recognize the importance of justice Be honest in the way they think, speak and act Be satisfied with what they have Desire to put God first before everything Love their neighbors as they love themselves

NEW LIFE IN CHRIST?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Live well with others in order to enjoy life Desire to follow the commandments of Jesus in order to live a new life Desire to join other Christians in celebrating the Lord’s supper Desire to keep agreements made between them and others Appreciate God for the new covenant Thank Jesus for dying for us Follow the new commandment of loving one another Pray for strength when facing challenges

EXPRESSING OUR FAITH?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Recite the Apostles creed Believe and thank God Believe in Jesus Christ Believe in Jesus as the savior Thank God for the Holy Spirit Accept all Christians in spite of their churches Believe in Jesus who gives new life

LIVING AS A WITNESS TO THE FAITH?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Desire to tell the truth always Beware of false prophets Trust God’s guidance to avoid being betrayed Live according to the commands of Jesus Pray for enemies and do good to them Trust God’s guidance to avoid being betrayed Live according to the commands of Jesus Pray for enemies and do good to them Love his/her enemies Desire to be a true witness Identify ways of bearing true witness

ROLE OF THE HOLYSPIRIT?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: List the gifts of the Holy Spirit Distinguish between the gift And the fruits of the holy Spirit State the fruits of the Holy Spirit Desire to lead a Spirit guided life Appreciate the gifts and the fruits of the holy spirit Respond to the working of the Holy spirit in his/her life

COPING WITH CONFLICT?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: State the meaning of conflict List vices that cause conflict in Our lives Explain various ways he/she can overcome vices that cause conflict Explain ways he/she can cope With conflict State the importance of Listening and sharing with one Another Explain how he/she can Overcome conflict with the help of the holy State ways in which he/ she Knows that Jesus loves Him/her spirit Trust in God Desire to overcome conflict Through prayer State ways in which he/ she knows that Jesus loves him/her

GOOD RELATIONSHIPS?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Describe how good relationships are developed Explain how trust is developed state obstacle to good relationships Explain how trust is developed State obstacle to good Relationships State what threatens good Relationships Explain how good Relationships were developed In traditional African society Narrate the story of David and Jonathan State what threatens good Relations with god Describe how Jesus Christ and Peter related to each other Explain how Christians can Develop good relationships in The community

JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD?

By the end of the unit, the learner should be able to: Narrate the story of the visit of The wise men to Jesus Christ State Christian deeds that bring Light to the world Describe how Jesus Christ Attracts people to Himself Mention how Christians attract others to Jesus Christ Desire to attract others to Jesus Christ Explain how Jesus Christ helps Us to see the truth Describe how Jesus Christ Brings light to us Appreciate Jesus Christ as the Light of the world

About the instructors

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9 Courses

1 students

Free

Material Includes

  • Well organized lesson notes
  • Zoom live lessons
  • Self paced videos
  • Quizzes
  • Assignments

Target Audience

  • Standard Five Pupils (8-4-4 system of education in Kenya)