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Monday, May 13, 2024

ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE FOR FORM THREE - ALL TOPICS

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



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1. TAWHIID


2. FIQH


3. QUR’AN


4. SUNNAH NA HADITH


5. HISTORIA

 

 



DO BETTER IN RECITATION AND READING QURAN – PART 3


12. Learning Vocabulary and Meaning of the Quranic Words

Understanding the meaning and context of Quranic words is instrumental in fostering fluency. Begin by learning the meanings of frequently occurring words, phrases, and concepts in the Quran.

For example, focus on words that repeatedly appear in various chapters such as “Allah,” “Rahman,” “Nur,” etc. Additionally, grasp the contextual usage of these words within verses and chapters. Connecting the Arabic vocabulary with their English translation aids in better comprehension, thereby enabling a more fluent and emotionally connected recitation.

 

13. Learn Some Vocabulary

In previous emails, I shared with you the quickest, easiest, most effective way to understand the entire Quran in Arabic. If you want to get hold of the free online web-class where I explain how to do it, visit www.quranforbusypeople.com/plan The key to the whole process of understanding the Quran is to learn Quranic vocabulary lists. If you learn around 300 words, that accounts for about 70% of the entire Quran.

 

14. Practice Regularly and with Sincerity:

Like any skill, beautiful Quranic recitation requires consistent practice. Set aside dedicated time each day for recitation and practice. Focus on the areas where you need improvement, whether it’s pronunciation, Tajweed rules, or emotional expression. Additionally, recite with sincerity and devotion, as the intention behind your recitation plays a significant role in the beauty of your delivery. Remember that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “The one who is proficient in the recitation of the Quran will be with the honourable and obedient scribes (angels), and he who recites the Quran and finds it difficult to recite, doing his best to recite it in the best way possible, will have a double reward.”

 

15. Learn Rules

You must learn Tajweed as it should be learned. If you don’t know tajweed it means to improve the recitation. Rules and regulations are very much helpful in the recitation of the Quran. You must learn Quran with Tajweed but it’s not necessary. If you’re just getting started with it. It indicates that you are uniquely studying the Quran.

 

16. Put the Quran in an Elevated Position

The Holy Quran has a high status. This is why you must place it in a high place while learning to read it word by word or during recitation. Many people use a clean pillow for this purpose, which is something you can also try doing if you do not own a wooden book rest specifically for reading the Quran.

 

17. Seek Feedback and Corrections

Regularly seek feedback from knowledgeable individuals or Quranic teachers. Constructive feedback is essential for improvement. If possible, recite in front of someone who is well-versed in Tajweed and Quranic recitation. They can identify areas for improvement, correct any mistakes, and provide guidance on refining your recitation. Constructive criticism is a valuable tool for honing your skills and achieving a more beautiful recitation.

 

18. Do Not Talk During Quran Recitation

Before you begin reading the Quran, make sure to eliminate each distraction that might distract you from reading the Quran. This includes mobile phones and even talking to other people. Keeping a distance from worldly affairs is to prevent being influenced by Satan.




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