An applied curriculum in which the student applies and recalls all of what he learned from the rules of recitation using ( جزء عمَّ) Juz Amma and (جزء تبارك) Juz Tabarak.
This curriculum consists of 145 lessons, 4 sections, each section ends with a test and exam to measure: (etiquette of recitation, description of the recitation of the Messenger, Al-Isti’aathah and Al-Basmalah, rules of letters (Noon Saakin – Meem Saakin – the Mawdud), Letters exits and their characteristics, relationships of letters, rules of waqf (the pause) […]
The curriculum focuses on the most common rules of Tajweed (i.e. recitation) in the Quran, including the Noon, the Meem, the Tanween, and the Moodod. In addition, students review the proper pronunciation of letters and their essential vocal characteristics.
This curriculum consists of (128) lessons, 3 steps according to learner’s age, and a placement test. The student can start from the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd step according to the results of his placement test. The curriculum consists of three levels: Level 1 is for children ages 4 to 6. It teaches the Arabic Alphabet […]
This curriculum is divided into 2 parts: Theoretical: to explain the science of the term hadith. Practical: to research sources of the noble hadith, methods of the modernists in collecting and arranging such as Sahih al-Bukhari, Muslim and Sunan Abi Dawood, etc.
This curriculum is based on the book Al-Nawawi’s Forty, where Imam Al-Nawawi chose 40 hadiths that include Islam pillars and faith, ethics, and morals; all will be prepared and presented by IQRA Network teachers, also students will be provided with exercises, activities to practice dialogues and discussions.
The curriculum includes 46 selected hadiths in literature and ethics, every 12 hadiths are followed by a test to measure students’ understanding, and tests were preceded by revisions. The curriculum also includes interactive activities, exercises for dialogues and discussions.
The curriculum covers JuzTabarak in full. Students follow a 3-step process: Recite previously assigned verses from memory. Read from the Mushaf the new verses and understand their vocabulary and their meaning. Review regularly random parts of JuzTabarak to ensure long-term retention.
The curriculum covers JuzAmma in full. Students follow a 3-step process: Recite previously assigned verses from memory. Read from the Mushaf the new verses and understand their vocabulary and their meaning. Review regularly random parts of JuzAmma to ensure long-term retention.