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Monday, May 13, 2024

ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE FOR FORM FOUR - ALL TOPICS

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 ELIMU YA DINI YA KIISLAMU - KIDATO CHA NNE - FULL NOTES



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1. NGUZO ZA IMANI


2. MTAZAMO WA UISLAMU JUU YA DINI


3. CHIMBIKO LA FIQH


4. FAMILIA YA KIISLAMU


5. MFUMO WA JAMII YA KIISLAMU


6. QUR’AN


7. SUNNAH NA HADITH


8. HISTORIA YA UISLAMU BAADA YA KUTAWAFU MTUME (S.A.W) HADI HIVI LEO


 



DO BETTER IN RECITATION AND READING QURAN – PART 4

 

19. Record and compare

By recording yourself while reciting the Quran and then playing it back again helps to highlight many mistakes and flaws in the recitation. Repeating this process, again and again, would help to abstain from these mistakes and help improve fluency.

Besides, if you are unsure whether something you have pronounced or read is right or wrong, you can refer to your tutor or teacher or listen to any other known sheikh on YouTube.


20. Have Patience

Achieving a beautiful Quranic recitation is a gradual process that requires consistency and patience. Set realistic goals for improvement and be patient with yourself as you progress. Remember that the goal is not merely to recite the Quran mechanically but to recite it with understanding, sincerity, and beauty.

 

21. Do Not Lose Hope

Learning Arabic is a difficult task that requires patience. Even after several attempts, you can feel heartbroken if you are unable to read the correct noises. Remind yourself why you began learning to recite the Quran during this time.

Everything is difficult at first, but that does not mean you should give up or lose sight of your goal. Anything is possible. Failure is a part of life, but you will learn from it and improve every day.

 

22. Fulfil Every Requirement of the Quran

As you may already know, Holy Verses have Sajdah (prostration) marks that require the reader to perform a Sajdah whenever he/she goes through it.

You must perform a Sajdah as soon as you read that specific verse, as you might forget it later.

A person is also instructed to pause at the appropriate places while reading the Quranic verses.

 

23. Don’t Be Afraid of Making Mistakes

Making mistakes is a natural part of the learning process.  Instead of being afraid of making mistakes, adopt a positive mindset that embraces the learning process. View each mistake as a stepping stone towards improvement and a chance to deepen your connection with the Quran.

When reciting the Quran, it is common to stumble over words or mispronounce certain verses, especially when you are just starting to learn. Embrace these mistakes as opportunities for growth and improvement.

 

24. Sing a lot

Singing and reciting the Qur’an both use the same vocal apparatus. By singing a lot, you train your vocal cords, neck muscles and your lungs and diaphragm to function more effectively. As mentioned earlier, singing can also help you to get familiar with particular melodies and maqams that can be applied to Qur’an recitation – the more familiar you are with different melodic patterns the more easily you will be able to add variety to your recitation style.

 

25. Work on Breath Control

Proper breath control is essential for a beautiful and sustained recitation. Learn to take deep breaths at appropriate pauses in the verses to avoid running out of breath or sounding rushed. Breathing correctly allows for a smoother and more controlled delivery, contributing to the overall beauty of your recitation. Practice breath control techniques, and be mindful of when to take a breath while reciting.

 

26. Get Your iPod Out

If you are still struggling, the iPod technique will propel you forward. Get an online recitation from a famous reciter, whose voice you love. Listen to the recitation, one page at a time, as you read along the script with your finger. Even if the reciter goes way too fast for you to start with, just finger along the page. Then, rewind back to where the page started, and do it again, and again.

Because the reciter goes much faster than you, you can go over the same page several times in one sitting. Eventually, you will be able to follow with your eyes, and then your lips and tongue.




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