Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS3 First Term IRK Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 First Term IRK Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


SS3 First Term Islamic Religious Knowledge (IRK) Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1: Understanding the Pillars of Islam


Lesson Objective: Introduce students to the five pillars of Islam.


Lecture on Shahada, Salat, Zakat, Sawm, and Hajj.

Group discussions on the significance of each pillar.

Homework assignment: Research and present a short overview of one pillar.

Week 2: Life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW)


Lesson Objective: Explore the life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).


Reading and discussion of key events in Prophet Muhammad’s life.

Role-playing exercises to enhance understanding.

Reflection essays on lessons from Prophet Muhammad’s life.

Week 3: Islamic Ethics and Morality


Lesson Objective: Discuss ethical values in Islam.


Group discussions on honesty, kindness, and integrity.

Case studies on applying Islamic ethics in daily life.

Creative projects illustrating moral values.

Week 4: Islamic Festivals


Lesson Objective: Understand the significance of Islamic festivals.


Research and presentations on Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

Classroom decorations for Eid celebration.

Essay writing on the importance of celebrating Islamic festivals.

Week 5: Quranic Studies – Surah Al-Fatiha


Lesson Objective: Analyze and understand Surah Al-Fatiha.


Recitation and memorization of Surah Al-Fatiha.

Group discussions on the meaning of each verse.

Creative projects to visually represent the Surah.

Week 6: Prophets in Islam


Lesson Objective: Study various prophets in Islam.


Presentations on different prophets.

Comparative analysis of their stories.

Dramatization of a selected prophet’s story.

Week 7: Islamic History and Civilization


Lesson Objective: Explore the contributions of Islam to civilization.


Research on Islamic scholars, architecture, and inventions.

Group projects showcasing Islamic achievements.

Class presentations on the impact of Islamic civilization.

Week 8: Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh)


Lesson Objective: Introduce basic principles of Islamic Jurisprudence.


Discussions on Halal and Haram.

Case studies on applying Fiqh principles.

Guest speaker: Local Islamic scholar.

Week 9: The Concept of Jihad


Lesson Objective: Understand the concept of Jihad in Islam.


Classroom debate on the different meanings of Jihad.

Reading and analysis of relevant Quranic verses.

Reflective essays on personal understanding of Jihad.

Week 10: Family and Social Ethics in Islam


Lesson Objective: Discuss the importance of family and social values.


Group discussions on family structure in Islam.

Role-playing exercises depicting ideal family interactions.

Essay writing on the role of the individual in the community.

Week 11: Revision Week



Comprehensive review of all topics covered.

Quiz and interactive review sessions.

Clarification of any remaining doubts.

Week 12: Examination Week



Final examinations covering the entire term’s syllabus.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week



Farewell assembly and recognition of outstanding students.

Distribution of report cards.

Closing remarks and reminders for the next term.

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