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Gateway to Reading the Qur’an

Course: Gateway to Reading the Qur’an

Course Code: TL1MUAC

Course Level: Basic(Level1)

regularly cycled course every 14 weeks

Entry Requirements: None

Age: 16+

Reciting the Holy Qur’an is a virtuous rite and intensely extolled by the Noble Prophet Muhammad (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). This immense liturgical rite although supererogatory is nevertheless an action that draws one closer to our Master and Creator, Allah. It is reported that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “The best voluntary (nafl) act of worship is the recitation of the Qur’an” [Al-Hadith]. You can learn how to read the Qur’an from scratch and develop your skills of reading Arabic and take the first steps to mastering the art of reciting the Holy Qur’an. The course will last for 14 weeks and be a total of 56 learning hours. By the end of the course learners should be able to read the Qur’an independently. All learners can expect to experience an enjoyable, fun and professionally delivered course.

Who is the Course Suitable for?

The “Gateway to Reading the Qur’an” has been designed to cater for complete beginners to reading Arabic. Such learners will have no prior experience or knowledge of the Arabic language. The course starts from scratch starting off with the alphabets and how to pronounce the letters correctly in an authentic Arabic accent. This course is ideal for new Muslim converts wishing to learn reading Arabic.

Aims and Objectives of the Course:

The aim of the course is to help develop learners to become independent readers of the Holy Qur’an. The course is designed in a very simple manner such as to render easy for adult learners the theories and rules behind reading Arabic. The course will move at a slow pace and will be in bite-size sessions in order to help adult learners become confident and independent in reading the Qur’an. This course is designed to facilitate learners in making their first step towards learning the art of reciting the Qur’an known as Tajweed.

Complaints:

This course is designed to make learning fun and enjoyable. However, if you are unhappy about something and would like to complain you should bring this up with your instructor. If you feel that you are unable to do so or you have but the issue has not been resolved then you should contact the Manager on muathacademy@muathtrust.org

Course Timetable:

The course will run during term time only. Your instructor will let you know when the holidays are. The course will run every Monday and Tuesday. Morning classes from 10:00 to 12:00 and evening classes 18:00 to 20:00.

Course Fees and Method of Payment:

The course will cost £200.00.The fees are payable in full and are non-refundable. Payments can be made in cash or cheque. All cheques should be made payable to The Muath Trust.

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Course Contents

Stage-1:

Week 1-8: Stage 1       Topics and Task

Week 1 • Introduction to the tajweed

  • The virtues of learning to read the Qur’an.
  • Memorization of the Arabic alphabets and its pronunciation
  • Pronunciation of letters and their makharij
  • The Sifatof letters

Week 2 • Revision of letters

  • The vowels (fathah, kasrah and dammah)
  • Additional notes concerning specific letters
  • Revision of vowels • Tanween(the doubling of a short vowel fathah, kasrah and dammah)

Week 3 • Joining two letters using the sukoon

  • The three normal madd(fathahafter that empty alif, kasrahjoining to a yaaanddammahjoining towaw).
  • The rules of madd and its different types
  • Reading practise of madd

Week 4 • Joining letters using the shaddah

  • Practise the three normal madd(fathahafter that empty alif, kasrah joining to a yaaanddammahjoining towaw) in words
  • Practise joining letters to form words which consist of madds, sukoon and shaddah.

Week 5 • Revision of the rules makharij,Sifaat Of letters, The rules of madd and its different types

  •  Practise joining letters to form words and building fluency in it
  • Practise joining letters to form words and building fluency in it
  • Pronunciation of letters correctly
  • Observing the rules of madd

Week 6 • Practise joining letters to form words and developing fluency in it

  • Pronunciation of letters correctly

Observing the rules of madd Revision, practise and consolidation

  • Reading without spelling letters with single and double vowel
  • The rules of pronouncing the letter laam

Week 7 • Reading without spelling

  • Reading words while observing the rules of maddon words consisting of two or three letters
  • Reading without spelling
  • Reading words while observing the rules of maddon words consisting of two or three letters
  • Reading words which has sukoon and shadah

Week 8 • Reading without spelling

  • Reading words while observing the rules of maddon words consisting of two or three letters
  • Reading words which has sukoon and shadah
  • Reading sentences

The rules of pronouncing the letter raa

Learning Outcome

Learners at this stage should know the alphabets by heart and recognise the different shape it takes in words according to the order it appears in the word. Understand the concept of joining and spelling letters to make words and the rules of madd.

Stage-2:

Week 9-14: Stage 2      Topics and Task

Week 9 • Reading without spelling

  • Reading words while observing the rules of maddon words consisting of two or three letters
  • Reading words which has sukoon and shadah
  • Reading small paragraphs
  • The revision of the rules of pronouncing the letter raa and laam

Week 10 • Reading without spelling

  • Reading words while observing the rules of maddon words consisting of two or three letters

Week 11 • Reading words which has sukoon and shadah

  • Reading small paragraphs

Week 12 • Reading without spelling

  • Reading words while observing the rules of maddon words consisting of two or three letters

Week 13 • Reading words which has sukoon and shadah Reading small paragraphs

  • TEST

Week 14 • Reading Surah Al-Naas and Surah Al-Ikhlas while observing all afore-mentioned rules

• Reading Surah Al-Falaq and Surah Al-Nasr while observing all afore-mentioned rules

Learning Outcome

Learners at this stage should have developed a complete understanding of joining letters to make words. The spelling of words must be performed whilst observing the rules of madd and the correcting pronunciation of letters. Learners should also be getting accustomed to reading words without spelling. At this stage learners should be capable of reading any part of the Qur’an independently.

 

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