Christian Religious Education Paper 4

The aims and objectives of teaching Religious Education have come to be perceived as purely educational not religious or denominational. …

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    FridahThe aims and objectives of teaching Religious Education have come to be perceived as purely educational not religious or denominational. This is why it is called Religious Education not Religious Institution.

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    The general aims of religious education are:

    1. To provide children with an insight into the nature of religion and w hat it means to be religious.
    2. To help children acquire and develop skills which will enable them appreciate religious ideas and practices.
    3. To make available factual information about religion and religious phenomena.
    4. To encourage attitudes of openness and sensitivity towards people whose religious beliefs and customs may be different from their own.
    5. To provide in particular an awareness of the nature and claims of religion and of the part it has played in shaping the cultural and social life of Uganda.
    6. To help children to identify those areas of human life and experience in which religion plays a significant part.
    7. To explore with the children the relation between religion and other areas of experience and knowledge.
    8. To contribute towards the children’s moral development.
    The paper is taught following the themes and topic outlined below
    Theme: Sex, Marriage and the Family
    History of Teaching Christian Religious Education in Uganda
    Topic 1: Sex and Sexuality
    Understanding the Concept of Sex
    Sub-Topic 2: Sex in the Modern Society
    Misuse and abuse of sex
    Sex Promiscuity
    The biblical teaching of sex deviation
    Homosexuality and lesbianism
    Dangers of sex abuse or misuse
    Chapter 2: Marriage
    Sub-Topic 1: Introduction to Marriage
    Sub-Topic 2: Marriage in the African Traditional Society
    Sub-Topic 3: Marriage in Modern Society
    Sub-Topic 4: Biblical Teaching on Marriage
    The Concept of Marriage in African Tradition
    Christian teaching on marriage
    Attitude of men towards women in traditional African Society
    Divorce and Separation
    Why the number of unmarried people is on the increase in modern Africa
    Polygamy and inheriting wives or husbands
    Topic 3: Family
    The African traditional understanding of family
    Family in the biblical concept
    Challenges modern families are facing today.
    Children in the African traditional family
    Importance of family life Education in traditional African society
    African and European concepts of family compared
    Family Conflicts
    Family Planning
    Family Planning Methods
    Section B
    Topic 4: The Concept of Work
    Work in the Present Situation and Why People Work
    Sub-Topic 5: Professional Ethics
    Sub-Topic 6: Labour Relations
    Topic 6: Leisure
    Introduction to Leisure
    Topic 7: Money and wealth
    PART 3
    Topic 9: Law, crime and punishment
    Topic 13: The political Community or the State.
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    CRE PAPER 4: SOCIAL ETHICS AND MORALITY
    Theme: Sex, Marriage and the Family
    History of Teaching Christian Religious Education in Uganda
    Topic 1: Sex and Sexuality
    Sub-Topic 2: Sex in the Modern Society
    Possible ways of imparting sex education
    Misuse and abuse of sex
    Dangers of sex abuse or misuse
    Topic 2: Marriage         
    Types of Marriage
    Sub-Topic 2: Marriage in the African Traditional Society
    Sub-Topic 3: Marriage in Modern Society
    Sub-Topic 3: Marriage in Modern Society
    Sub-Topic 3: Marriage in Modern Society
    Sub-Topic 4: Biblical Teaching on Marriage
    Preparation for Marriage and Choice of Partners in African Tradition
    Christian teaching on marriage
    Divorce and Separation
    Why the number of unmarried people is on the increase in modern Africa
    Polygamy and inheriting wives or husbands
    Topic 3: Family
    Sub-Topic 1: African Traditional Understanding of Family
    Family in the biblical concept
    Challenges modern families are facing today.
    Children in the African traditional family
    Generation gap in modern Africa
    The Extended Family
    The biblical teaching about families
    Family Planning
    Family Planning Methods
    Topic 4: The Concept of Work
    Sub-Topic 1: Work in the African Traditional Society
    Sub-Topic 2: Work in the Modern Society
    Sub-Topic 3: Work in the Bible
    Sub-Topic: 4 Ideologies about Work
    Work in the Present Situation and Why People Work
    Sub-Topic 5: Professional Ethics
    Sub-Topic 6: Labour Relations
    Topic 6: Leisure
    Topic 7: Money and wealth
    Topic 9: Law, crime and punishment
    Crime
    Punishment
    Crime and Justice
    Topic 13: The political Community or the State.

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