Term: 1st Term
Class: Primary 6
Age: 11 years
Duration: 40 minutes
Subject: Christian Religious knowledge
Topic: Entry into the Promised Land
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
Instructional Techniques: Identification, explanation, playway method, questions and answers, demonstration, story-telling
Instructional Materials: toys, picture book showing the Israelites crossing the River Jordan
The Teacher revises the previous topics and give the meaning of Canaan land
Pupils pay attention
She explains that Canaan land is the name of the lands that God promised to the Israelites.
Pupils pay attention and anticipate
She uses the Bible story book to tell the story of the Israelites crossing the River Jordan.
Pupils pay attention and participate
The teacher writes a short note on the board
The pupils copy the note
THE PROMISED LAND
Throughout the 40 years of travelling in the wilderness, the Israelites showed lack of faith. Even Moses had moments of when his faith was weak, because of this Moses could not enter the Promised Land.
Upon entering Moab a land not far from Canaan, Moses told the Israelites that he was near death and reminded them of all God had done for them. Moses appointed Joshua to lead the people into Canaan and gave blessing to each of the 12 tribes. Moses went to Mount Nebo where God showed him Canaan, the Promised Land and he died there.. After the death of Moses, Joshua led the Israelites. Joshua led the people into the bank of the Jordan River. There were people living in Canaan; they would not easily give up the land that has been promised to the Israelites. So the Israelites raged war against the inhabitants of Canaan land and God gave them victory.
Evaluation: 1. Narrate the story of Moses Death
CLASSWORK: As in evaluation.
CONCLUSION: The teacher commends the pupils positively
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