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PEOPLE AND LOVE OF MONEY (LESSON NOTE AND LESSON PLAN)

SUBJECT: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
TOPIC: PEOPLE AND LOVE OF MONEY
SUBTOPIC: UNDERSTAND THE USE OF MONEY AND WEALTH
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Money is the currency that is used to pay for services and goods. We also use money to buy things that we need.
Wealth means riches. And when we have plenty money, we are said to be rich. When we are rich, we are able to acquire wealth in the form of properties such as houses, cars, and expensive clothes.
From the story of Abraham and Job in the Holy Book, we learnt that money or wealth is one of God's gift to man. It is God who is the real owner of wealth and He makes rich those who trust Him and are faithful to Him.

Since God is the real owner of our money and wealth, rich people should see themselves as caretakers of God's property. In other words, money and wealth should not be used for our needs only, but some of it should be used to cater for the needs of the poor and needy, some of it should be used for the upkeep of church and other religious institutions, some of it should be donated to organizations such as Red Cross, Motherless Babies Homes, Homes for the Disabled.
God condemns rich people who do not use their wealth to help the poor and the needy and when they die, the punishment for their sins shall be condemnation to Hell fire. Therefore we should use our wealth not only for ourselves but bless others in need of it so that God can bless us and make us dwell in Heaven.
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STARTER: Show pupils currency note and ask each of them to mention what they can use money to buy and tell them what it cannot buy like Life, heaven and so on.
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PLENARY: At the end of this lesson, pupils should:
a. Learn general use of money
b. Learn how to use money for God's work.
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EXERCISE:
a. What is money?
b. State 4 use of money.



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