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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

RE LESSON PLAN
Part C
Pre-Primary/
Primary

LESSON ORGANISATION

Unit of work: Nourishing Our Salvation topic: Eucharist Human person Topic: The
Goodness Eucharist Nourishes the
Spiritual in Human Nature

Students’ Prior Knowledge: (include faith


Year Level: 5 Lesson Duration: 40 min situations/previous lessons/Units)

Key Understanding:
This lesson draws upon what students may
C1 Catholics recall Jesus celebrated the Last
have already learned about the Exodus of
Supper
the People of Israel in Bible Year Five. It
Learning Point(s):
also draws upon what they previously have
C1.1 Represents the key elements of the learn regarding the last supper and
Eucharist celebration instituted in the Last
Eucharist
Supper.

Spiritual and Religious Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)
Prudence Justice Fortitude Temperance Faith Hope Charity
eg Right choices eg Right eg Inner strength eg Moderation eg Prayer eg Reconciliation eg Service
relationships
General Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)
Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical and Ethical Personal and Intercultural
competence creative behaviour Social understanding
thinking competence

Cross-curriculum priorities (may be addressed in the lesson)


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Asia and Australia’s engagement with Sustainability
histories and cultures Asia
Lesson Objectives (i.e. anticipated outcomes of this lesson, in point form beginning with an action verb)
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
• Student can list two reasons how communion and the Eucharist are connected

• Students will be able to read and interpret the passage from the bible detailing their
scene, converting into a role play picture.

• Convert the bible passage into their own words while keeping the same meaning.
Teacher’s Prior Preparation/Organisation: Provision for students at educational risk:
(include Teacher Witness) • Learning difficulty - pair student with a
more capable student and give them
The Godly Play set and contents are all there, support words for the photos.
the story has been read and the students have
prior knowledge • Physical disability: assist student to
The costume box and prop box from the drama participate in the group work by setting
class him up at a table and his group work
The electronic device, all are charged and around him. He may sit at the table for
have I Movie on them. reading time
Scrip printed fro the voiceover group. •
LESSON DELIVERY attach worksheets, examples, marking keys, etc. as relevant
Resources/References
Time Motivation and Introduction:
Align these with the
Gather the students on the floor in a circle around you ready for a Godly play . segment where they will
be introduced.
Place the Godly play kit box next to you

Godly Play set - “the


Last Supper”
Carry out the Godly play the “Last Supper” as per the instruction
in the box.
Pre read an be prepared to know the procedure
Finish with the Wounder Questions

I wonder……
Why Jesus was sad at the Last Supper…
How the Mass is like the Last Supper…
What Jesus wants us to remember at every mass….
Why Jesus used the bread and wine…
What Jesus wanted his disciples to remember…
Whether priests today do some of the things that Jesus did…

Lesson Steps (Lesson content, structure, strategies & Key


Questions):

Explain to the students that Jesus gave his followers the


Eucharist. As Jesus’ followers receive him in Holy Communion,
Jesus strengthens them to lead good lives. The Eucharist frees
people gradually from everything that makes it harder for them to
live as Jesus taught. This makes it easier for them to develop the
good qualities Jesus showed people how to live by his own
example.

Jesus taught his followers this by giving them the Eucharist


during the Last Supper.

Recreation of the last supper with role play, photo and voice
overs on electronic devices

Break the class into 9 group. Each group will re-enact a scene
from the last supper, with one doing the voiceover/narration of the
scenes and production.
Make available to the class from the drama classroom some
costume and bits and pieces to use as props and clothes.

Give each group their own device. For recording the photo.

Student to research from the bible the different recount and 10 Electronic devices
construct their own scene via role play. Students to record each with air drop and I
recount from each book of only their scene. Movies
The Scenes are: Props and costume box
1. Jesus and the Apostles sacrificed a lamb in the Temple
and brought it to their supper room. They then said prayers
of blessing over a cup of wine.

2. Jesus washed the feet of the Apostles to teach them how


to love by serving each other.

3. Another cup of wine was passed around and the story of


the Passover recalled.

4. Jesus and the Apostles sang two psalms about God’s love
and mercy. These psalms were called the Hallel.

5. Jesus took bread, blessed it and said to the Apostles:


Take this all of you and eat it: this is my Body which will
be given up for you. Do this in memory of me.

6. The roasted lamb was eaten, along with the bitter herbs
and haroset (a mixture of figs and raisins cooked in wine).

7. Jesus took another cup of wine and blessed it, then said:
Take this, all of you, and drink from it: this is the cup of my
Blood the blood of the new and everlasting covenant. It will
be shed for you and for all so that sins may be
forgiven. Do this in memory of me.

8. Finally, after singing the remainder of the Hallel, Jesus and


the Apostles left the house to go to the Mount of Olives.

Allow each group 10 Minutes to complete, set their shot, take


their photo and air drop to the “producers and voice over people.

The producers to use I movies to produce recount of the last


supper to display for the class.

Students may use the classroom outside or in the under cover


area.

While the producers are finishing the screenplay have the rest of
the class participate in a class discussion.

You ask the questions to different people to allow all to answer,


Allow the discussion to flow and take what ever path the students
direct it. Some Question would be

Why is the last supper and receiving the Eucharist to still


important and why does it mean so much to Catholics?

What does receiving the Eucharist symbolise?

What parts of the last supper actions or words to we still see to


day in church?

What Utensils/ equipment is still used in todays mass what does


this symbolise?

Would you change the part of the mass to modernize it ?


Lesson Closure:(Review lesson objectives with students)

Present to the class when finished on the IWB/Screen.

What do we think, was it a true representation of what happened


and what has been documented?

How would it have been different?

Teacher to lead class prayer:

Dear God, Classroom desktop set


up to play movie.
We thank you for your goodness, your mercy and your grace.
Help us to carry these wonderful gifts in our own hearts and lives.
May we minster these to all the world. Bless, O Lord, and these
your gifts, which we are about to receive from your bounty

Amen.

Transition: (What needs to happen prior to the next lesson?)

Pack away the costumes, and props , all devices to be put back.
Grab your hats ready to go.
All students to go at one time.
Assessment: (Were the lesson objectives met? How will they be assessed?)

Objectives
• Student can list two reasons how communion and the
Eucharist are connected

• Students will be able to read and interpret the passage


from the bible detailing their scene, converting into a role
play picture.

• Convert the bible passage into their own words while


keeping the same meaning.
Objectives will be assessed by reading work and comparing to
bible passage. Students will be asses on their creativity.
Anecdotal notes to ne taken during the class.


THE LAST SUPPER
KWL Chapter 5 (Matthew 26:26-29)
YOU WILL NEED:
§ 1.2B ‘The Last Supper’ Visuals:
1. Jesus at table with disciples
2. Jesus takes the bread
3. Jesus shares the bread
4. Jesus takes the cup
5. Jesus shares the cup Bible
Children are seated in a semi-circle ready to listen to the story. Carry the materials carefully from the story shelf to the story
area and place beside you.

Place class Bible in front of you with your hand on it.


This story comes from our special book, the Bible.

Place Bible beside you.

At this time in the Church’s year we remember and tell the stories of some of the things which Jesus said and did.
This story is about the last meal Jesus had with his friends before he died.

Hold Visual 1 in front of you.

On the night before he died, Jesus celebrated the Last Supper in an upstairs room.

At the Last Supper were Jesus and his friends, the disciples.

Their names were James, Andrew, Simon, Jude, Matthew, Philip, Thomas, James, Bartholomew, Judas, Peter and
John. Jesus was very sad because he knew that he was going to die.

Place Visual 1 on the floor to your far right facing the children.

Hold Visual 2 in front of you.

While they were eating Jesus showed them how he wanted them to remember him.

He took bread and broke it.

Place Visual 2 on the left of Visual 1.

Hold Visual 3 in front of you.

Jesus handed the bread around to the disciples.

He said, “Take it and eat it. This is my body.”

Place Visual 3 on the left of Visual 2.

Hold Visual 4 in front of you.

Then Jesus took the cup filled with wine and said, “Drink from this cup. This is the cup of my blood.”

Place Visual 4 on the left of Visual 3.

Hold Visual 5 in front of you.

Jesus told the disciples to always do what he had done. This was the way Jesus wanted the disciples to remember
him.

Place Visual 5 on the left of Visual 4.

Pause quietly for a moment, and then begin to wonder together. Engage with ‘I wonder’, KWL(Bk1) p42.

I wonder..why Jesus was sad at the Last Supper…how the Mass is like the Last Supper…what Jesus
wants us to remember at every mass….why Jesus used the bread and wine…what Jesus wanted his
disciples to remember…whether priests today do some of the things that Jesus did
Carefully pack story materials into storage box and put on shelf. Ensure that children are watching so they know
how to pack the materials away and where to find them.