Theme: Godly character.
Text: 1 Samuel Chapter 3
Orientation: children will be asked:
-To list the main characters mentioned in 1 Samuel chapter one (1)
To list lessons learned from the above-mentioned characters.
Objectives: By the end of the lesson, each student should be able;
1. List at least two Godly characters of Samuel
2. tell how God call Samuel
Review prerequisites: Remind them the story behind Samuel’s birth. I taught them briefls about the pass worship of the Israelites, which Eli was the priest of the time. The man Elkanah and his two wives; Penninah and Hannah. The prayer of Hannah for a child and promised to the Lord.
Teach lesson (Present new material). The lesson will be taught by:
A telling the children the relationship between Eli and Samuel
- Eli was Samuel ‘spiritual father and mentor
B. telling the children some of the Godly characters of Samuel;
1. Samuel was very humble
2. He was very obedience
3. Due to humility, Samuel was sleeping in the ‘temple’ and helping Eli and never worried even though Eli’s sons might have been living in bedrooms.
Children of today must be humble and obedience to their parents teachers, pastors, and the elderly in the society
C. telling children how God called Samuel
-why Eli’s good contribution
D. telling children about the reward of Samuel’s obedience
Conduct learning probes: By questioning them to know how far, they have understood the lesson through interactions
1. What did Eli tell Samuel to say when he hears the voice?
2. Have you ever received reward?
Independent practice: I will ask children to answer the following questions to check the depth of their understanding of the lesson.
i. Eli was Samuel …
ii. Mention any two Godly characters of Samuel.
iii. How many times did God call Samuel?
Assess performance and feedback:
-After assessing their understanding individually, answers will be written on the board...