The recitation curriculum has four levels: Level 1 Focus on mastering the letters of the Arabic Alphabet, including their sounds and shapes. Students train on distinguishing subtle differences between similar letters and their different forms depending on the position in the word. In addition, students can read words and sentences in full, thereby allowing them to read from the Quran (Mushaf) independently. Level 2 Covers the basic rules of Tajweed (i.e. proper recitation of the Quran), including Noon Saakin, Tanween, Meem, Saakin, and some rules of Moodud (extended sounds), Ghunnah (nasal sounds), and Qalqalah (echoing sounds). Level 3 Covers the complex
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