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JSS3 Islamic Religious Studies Scheme of Work

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About JSS3 Islamic Religious Studies Scheme of Work

Islamic Religious Studies (IRS) for JSS3 students offers a comprehensive exploration of Islam’s principles, practices, and teachings. Studying Islamic Religious Studies in Junior Secondary School 3 (JSS3) plays a vital role in preparing students for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). It enhances their knowledge of the Quran, Hadith, and Islamic history, fostering both spiritual and cultural awareness.

 

By covering these areas, Islamic Religious Studies not only equips students for academic achievement in the BECE but also instills important values for personal development and responsible citizenship.

Assessment Guide

The crowning event for Jss3  and the Junior Secondary school as a whole is the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) which is taken mid-third term. The assessment methods for Islamic Religious studies include written examinations, which may consist of multiple-choice questions, short-answer questions, and essay-type questions. These exams are conducted in a controlled environment to ensure fairness and integrity.

Furthermore, continuous assessment, which involves periodic tests, assignments, and projects conducted throughout the academic session, also contributes to the overall BECE assessment. This allows for an all-around evaluation of students’ performance and progress over time.

JSS3 First Term Scheme of Work for Islamic Religious Studies

 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROPRIETORS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS (NAPPS) SCHEMES OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
 Islamic Religious Studies Scheme of Work for Junior Secondary School 3(JSS3)
 ClassJ.S.S 3
 SubjectIslamic Religious Studies
 TermFirst Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1SURATUL MULKReading and meaning (1-5)
2THE FOUR RIGHTLY GUIDED CALIPHS (ABUBAKAR)The 1st Caliph. Life history of Abubakar As-Siddiq and his contributions to Islam
3HUMAN RELATIONGood human relationship with all people (Q 49 v 10 -23), 24 v 27-29)
4SURATUL MULKReading and meaning 96-10) chapter 67
5ATTRIBUTES OF ALLAHReading of the attribute of Allah (S.W.T) 1-10
6HUMAN ATTRIBUTESGreeting and responses, forgiveness, cleanliness of the mind, body, and clothes
7BRIEF HISTORY OF SOME NIGERIAN SCHOLARS.Sheikh Uthman Dan Fodio, life history and contributions to Islam
8HADITHHadith 11 and 12 of An Nawawi’s collection and their lessons.

Hadith 13 and 14 of An-nawawi, lessons learnt from it.
9THE FOUR RIGHTLY GUIDED CALIPHSUmar bin Al-Khattab (2nd Caliphs). Life history and contributions to Islam
10THE ATTRIBUTES OF ALLAH11-20 reading and meaning
11REVISIONRevision.
12BECE EXAMINATIONExamination

 

JSS3 Second Term Scheme of Work for Islamic Religious Studies

 TermSecond Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
1SURATUL MULKQ:67: 11-15 and lessons learnt.

11 REVISION
12 EXAMINATION
2HADITH15 and 16 of Al-nawawi’s collection and their
lessons
3SUJUD SAHWISujud al-sahwi i.e. Qabli and Ba’adi
4HUMAN RELATIONS IN ISLAMEquity, justice and fair play
5THE FOUR RIGHTLY GUIDED CALIPHS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONSUthman bn Affan (3 Caliph) life history and contributions to Islam
6ATTRIBUTES OF ALLAH (SWT) SURATUL MULKAttributes 21-30 and their lessons

Q 67: 16-20 and lessons learnt
7BRIEF HISTORY OF SOME NIGERIAN SCHOLARSSheikh Abdullahi bin Fodio (Brother of the sheikh) his life history and contribution to Islam.
8HADITHHadith No: 17 of Al-nawawi’s and its lessons.
9ATTRIBUTE OF ALLAH (SWT)Attributes (31-40) and their lessons
10BRIEF HISTORY OF NIGERIAN MUSLIM SCHOLARS.Muhammad Bello bin Fodio. Life history and contributions in Islam.
11REVISION 
12EXAMINATION 

 

JSS3 Third Term Scheme of Work for Islamic Religious Studies

 TermThird Term
WeekTopicBreakdown
2HADITHHadith 20 and 21 of Al-nawawi’s collection and their lessons.
3THE FOUR RIGHTLY GUIDED CALIPHS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONSAliyu bin Abutalib (4th Caliph) his life history and contributions to Islam.
4ATTRIBUTES OF ALLAH (SWT)Attribute 41-50 and their lessons
5SURATUL MULKQ 27: 26-30 and lessons learnt Q 27: 21-25 and their lessons
6BRIEF HISTORY OF SOME NIGERIAN SCHOLARSNana Asma’u bintu Fodio; her life history and contributions to Islam
7BRIEF HISTORY OF SOME NIGERIAN SCHOLARSSheikh El-kanemi, as well as his contributions to Islam.
8BRIEF HISTORY OF SOME NIGERIAN SCHOLARSSheikh Adam of Ilorin, and his contributions to Islam.
9BRIEF HISTORY OF SOME NIGERIAN SCHOLARSSheikh Shitta-bey of Lagos, and his contributions to Islam.
10SUJUD AS-SAHWIConditions and mode for the Sujud
11REVISIONRevision
12EXAMINATION.Examination.

 

Recommended Islamic Religious Studies Textbooks for Junior Secondary School 3

The recommended textbooks for Islamic Religious Studies (IRS) include:

  • Islamic Studies for Junior Secondary Schools Bks 1 – 3  Aisha B. Lemu by University Press
  • Islamic Studies (KAURA)
  • 40 Hadith of An-nawawi
  • The Holy Qur’an & Translation by Yusuf Ali

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