CURRICULUM FOR MEMORIZATION
The duration for the Tahfidh program is three (3) years. The major focus of the program is memorization. Other subjects are done as scheduled as the program continues especially after the second year of the program.
This section is divided into;
– Duration and memorization plan
– The Qur’an text
– Mode of admission
1. MEMORIZATION SCHEDULE
This is the memorization proper. The students have three sessions (years). The students memorize for a duration of two and half years and then do a thorough revision for the remaining six months.
(a) 1ST YEAR
The first year is divided into two terms. 5 months make a term.
The 1st term also include 5 months. The first 3 months of the first term will be for Talqeen. The remaining two months will be for memorization proper. The active Tahfidh class is from Monday to Friday, making 5 days in a week, 44 days in two months. The student will memorize 1 page per day. Memorization starts from Baqorah vs. 1 to 264 for the first term.
The second term also include 5 months. The active Tahfidh class is from Monday to Friday, making 5 days in a week, 110 days in 5 months. The students memorize 1 page per day. They start from Baqoran vs 265 to ‘Aarof vs 37
|First term (2 Months/44 days)||Surah/Topic||Pages/day|
|Second term (5 months/ 110 days)||Baqorah 265-A’arof vs 37||1|
2. QUR’ANIC TEXT
The official name for the copy of Qur’an is Nuskhah. The nuskhah should be bold enough. Each Qur’an text is divided into four Nuskhah; one nuskhah in the first year, two nuskhah in the second year and one nuskhah in the last year.
- The first nuskhah starts from Fatihah 1, page 1 to A’arof vs 37, page 154
- The second Nuskhah starts from A’arof vs 37, page 154 to Toha vs 113, page 319
- The third Nuskhah starts from Toha vs 113, page 319 to Shura vs 15 page 484
- The third Nuskhah starts from Shura vs 15 page 484 to Nas vs 6 page 604.
CURRICULUM FOR ARABIC LANGUAGE
This section is divided into
- Language of communication,
- Academic schedule
1. LANGUAGE OF COMMUNICATION
The official language of the school is Arabic language. However, the teacher also communicate with the students in English language when necessary.
2. ARABIC TEXT
The official text the school will make use of is the three volumes of Durus-Su-Lugah. A bold copy of the text should be provided, an international text preferable.
3. ACADEMIC SCHEDULE
The students learn Arabic language every Saturdays and Sundays for a duration of two hours on each day.
NB: The academic schedule will be prepared once the text is available.
As they say “poem is the encyclopedia of the Arabs”. Special and inspirational poems will be learnt by the students. This is to aid the literary skills of the students.