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Ijaza in Tajweed

Name of Course: Tajweed Level 4 Ijaza in Tajweed

Duration of Course: 30 Weeks, one day per week

Number of hours a week: 2 hours

Course Fees: £245

Introduction

This course is designed to train learners to become competent teachers of Tajweed.

This is an advance course and therefore learners wishing to enrol on this course must have prior knowledge of Tawjeed, and a good degree of reciting the Qur’an. This course will focus on the study of a text called Aysar al-Aqwal Sharh Tuhfatul Atfal.

The text is in Arabic with English translation. It is a translation and explanation of one

of the most accepted and taught texts in the field of Tajweed, the Tuḥfah of Jamzūrī.

In fact, many teachers do not qualify their students until they have memorised and understood this text.

Any person seeking to master this field will find it necessary to study Arabic texts such as these. The book has been written specifically for the non-Arabic speaking person. Thus, after citing the text under the heading, TEXT, a heading,

VOCABULARY, will follow in which every word in the line will be translated.

The student should strive to learn the translation of the individual words because it is only translated once. If the same word appears in another line, it will not be translated again, assuming that the student had already memorised it when it appeared the first time.

You have most likely studied the rules, like nūn sākinah and tanwīn, mīm sākinah and madd. This book will serve as a revision of those rules for the student. At the same time, concentration should be focused on the text and its memorisation since its rules have already been dealt with previously.

Discussions, which have not been touched on previously, will be considered in a simple manner for the beginner avoiding different opinions and views. The object is for the student to have a strong basis before embarking on the more complicated issues in the field.

What Can I Expect to Gain from this Course?

Learners at can expect to gain a deep understanding of the pronunciation of the Arabic alphabets and developed an advanced set of terminologies to describe the different categories letters fall under. Learners should have an improvement in their pronunciation when reciting the Qur’an. Learners should developed an advanced understanding of the rule of Tajweed and its practical application. Learners should have a combination of two skills to wit, a deep understanding of the pronunciation of the Arabic alphabets and rules of Tajweed both skills should applied when reading the Qur’an. This should give you confidence to be able to teach Qur’an to others.

 

Course Contents

Part one: Studying a text

Contents

The Muqaddimah

The rules of nūn sākinah and tanwīn

The rules of mīm and nūn mushaddadatayn

The rules of mīm sākinah

The ruling of lām of ‘al’ and lām of the verb

Mithlayn, mutaqāribayn and mutajānisayn

The types of madd

The rulings of the madd

The types of madd lāzim

Conclusion of the Tuḥfah

Part two: Studying the Makharij

Topics and Task

  • Introduction to the tajweed
  • The virtues of learning to read the Qur’an
  • The etiquettes (adaab) of Reciting the Qur’an
  • The Rules of reading the tawooz and basmala
  • Al-Nabr (The accent)
  • The four types of nabr
  • Pronunciation of letters and their makharij
  • Al-Jawf
  • Al-Halq
  1. Aqsa al-halq
  2. Wasat al-halq
  3. Adna al-halq
  4. Al-Lisan
  5. Aqsa al-lisan (mimayali al-halq)
  6. Aqsa al-lisan (mimayali al-fam)
  7. Wasat al-lisan
  8. Hafat al-lisan
  9. Ra’s al-lisan 10. Ra’s al-lisan (mimayalizahr al-lisan)
  10. Ra’s al-lisan (ma‘ zahr al-lisan)
  11. Ra’s al-lisan (ma’ qarib min al-thanaya)
  12. Zahr al-lisan (mimayalira’s al-lisan)
  • Al-Shafatayn
  • Bayn al-shafatayn
  • Batn al-shafah al-sufla
  • Al-Khayshum
  • The Characteristics of Letters (Sifat al-huroof)
  • Definition
  • The types of sifat
  • Al-Sifat al-Asliyah
  • Al-Sifat al-Aridah
  • The eight sifat that has opposites
  • The seven sifatwithout opposites
  • The Characteristics of Letters (Sifat al-huroof)
  • Isti‘la
  • Istifaal
  • Al-Infitah
  • Al-Itbaaq
  • Sifatthat have no opposites
  • Al-safir
  • Al-leen
  • Al-Inhiraaf
  • Al-Takrar
  • Al-Taffashi
  • Al-Istitaalah
  • Al-Ghunnah
  • The rules of tafkheem and tarqeeq
  • Definition and introduction to tafkheem
  • The letters of tafkheem
  • The levels of tafkheem
  • Definition and introduction to tarqeeq
  • The letters tarqeeq
  • The levels oftarqeeq
  • The Characteristics of Letters (Sifat al-huroof) condt.
  • Two letters with like qualities (Al-Mutamaathilaan)
  • The four types ofAl-Mutamaathilaan
  1. Al-Mutamaathilaan
  2. Al-Mutajaanisaan
  3. Al-Mutaqaaribaan
  4. Al-Mutabaaidaan
  • The Characteristics of Letters (Sifat al-huroof) condt.
  • Two letters with similar qualities Al-Mutajaanisaan)
  • The Two types of Al-Mutajaanisaan
  • Al-Mutajaanisaan al-saghir
  • Al-Mutajaanisaan al-kabir
  • The Characteristics of Letters (Sifat al-huroof)condt.
  • Al-Mutaqaaribaan
  • The types ofAl-Mutaqaaribaan
  • Al-Mutaqaaribaan al-saghir
  • Al-Mutaqaaribaan al-kabir
  • Al-Mutabaaidaan
  • The rule of ghunnah
  • The rules of Qalqalah
  • Reading Practise: Surah Maryam Verse 1-26
  • The rules of Ikhfaa (noon sakinah and tanween)
  • The rules of Izhar
  • The rules of Iqlaab (noon sakinah and tanween)
  • The rules of Idghaam meem sakinah
  • The rules of Ikhfa meem sakinah
  • The rules of Madd
  • Al-madd al-asli
  • Al-madd al-badal
  • Al-madd al-‘Iwad
  • Madd al-silah al-sughra
  • The rules of Madd contd.
  • Al-madd al-far‘i
  • Al-madd al-muttasil
  • Al-madd al-munfasil
  • Madd al-Silah al-Kubra
  • Al-madd al-Arid lil-sukoon
  • Madd al-Leen
  • Madd al-lazim al-kalimi
  • Madd al-lazim al-harfi
  • The Rules of Waqf
  • The types of waqf
  • Al-Waqf al-Ikhtiyari and its types
  • Al-Waqf al-Idtirari
  • Al-Waqf al-Ikhtibari
  • Al-Waqf al-Lazim and the different symbols waqf in the copies of the Holy Qur’an
  • The rules Ibtida’ (Starting)
  • The types of Ibtida’
  • Al-Ibtida’ al-Jai’z
  • Al-Ibtida’ ghayr al-Jai’z
  • The rules of Qat‘
  • The rules of sakt
  • The Rules of Stopping on the end of words
  • The types of this rule
  • The Rules of Stopping on the end of words contd.
  • Stopping at haa
  • Al-waqf bil-hazf
  • Al-waqf bil-Ibdaal
  • Al-Ikhtilaas
  • Words ending in a waw
  • Words ending in a yaa
  • The rules regarding al-maqtu‘ and al-mawsul
  • The rules of al-maqtu‘ and al-mawsul regarding the prepositions
  • laa and an,
  • maa and in,
  • maa and an
  • maa and ‘an
  • maa and min
  • maa and am
  • maa and haythu
  • lam and an
  • maa and inna
  • maa and anna
  • maa and kullu
  • maa and bi’sa
  • maa and fi
  • maa and ayna
  • maa and fi
  • lam and in
  • lan and an
  • The rules regarding al-maqtu‘ and al-mawsul contd.
  • The rules of al-maqtu‘ and al-mawsul regarding the prepositions
  • laa and kay
  • man and ‘an
  • yawm and hum
  • law and an
  • am and ibn
  • laat and heena
  • kaaluhum and aw-wazanuhum
  • il and yaseen
  • maa and mah
  • maa and rabb
  • why-ka’annahu and why-ka’annahu

Part three: Practical Recitation of the Qur’an

Students must demonstrate their ability and knowledge of Tajweed by reading the following Surahs of the Qur’an

The Selected Surahs are:

1- Al-Rahman

2- Ya-Sin

3- 28th Chapter

4- 29th Chapter

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