Subject : Christian Religious Studies
Term :First Term
Week: Week 3
Class : Basic 6 / Primary 6
Previous lesson :
The pupils have previous knowledge of Saul’s repentance, baptism and conversion
Topic : The importance of Paul’s conversion
Behavioural objectives :
At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to
- mention various importance of Saul’s conversion
- Say how Saul (Paul) spread the gospel of Christ
- Explain how Paul who was former Saul was used by God and was instrumental to writing most of the epistles in the Bible
Instructional Materials :
- Wall charts
- Related Online Video
- Flash Cards
- The Holy Bible
Methods of Teaching :
- Class Discussion
- Group Discussion
- Asking Questions
- Role Modelling
- Role Delegation
Reference Materials :
- Scheme of Work
- Online Information
- 9 Year Basic Education Curriculum
- The Holy Bible
The importance of Paul’s conversion
God had very special work for Paul to do. The gospel of Jesus Christ had to be spread to all parts of the world, and Paul was God’s chosen instrument to make that happen.
After his conversion and baptism, Paul began to proclaim that Jesus is the Christ. He spoke to very many people about the gospel, including kings, rulers, Jewish and Roman leaders, and other people who had never heard the gospel before – even those who lived in faraway nations.
Paul received a lot of revelations and instructions from God and was able to write them down very clearly so that Christians and non-Christians could understand the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are benefiting from Paul’s writing today because he wrote many of the books of the New Testament.
1 We should not hate Christians or the message of Christianity because it is God’s message.
2 It is important to be baptized and filled with the Holy Spirit as Christians.
3 We are the Body of Jesus Christ. We should take good care of ourselves because Jesus feels whatever we feel.
4. God can use anybody irrespective of his or her horrible background.
5. We must learn to forgive each other in Christ
The topic is presented step by step
The class teacher revises the previous topics
He introduces the new topic
The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise
The class teacher wraps up or concludes the lesson by giving out a short note for the pupils to copy. He or she goes round and does the necessary correction
- Whose voice did Saul heard when he fell off from his horse
- What is the meaning of the word “persecution”?
- What are the gentile nations that Saul preached the Gospel of God
- Mention two importance of Saul’s conversion
Prepare for the next lesson by reading about Paul’s mission (i)