First Steps to Tajweed
This course is for those students who wish to take their first steps into reading the Arabic script of the Qur’an. Students will learn the alphabet with the correct pronunciation (Makhraj), will be able to recognise letters and vowels to read short verses from the Qur’an as well as essential supplications for Salaah. In this course we promise you will receive personal attention from an excellent teacher with special interpersonal and communication skills. Our aim in this course is to help you break down those barriers to vast oceans of knowledge.
Tajweed Level 1 – Beginners
This level is for students who are able to read Arabic and know the Makhraj in detail. In this level students will start to add beauty to their recitation by learning certain fundamental rules of Tajweed; especially the nasal sounds. The following rules will be learnt in this course: Noon as Saakinah/Tanween, Meem as Saakinah, Laam as Saakinah and Qalqalah. Our aim in this course is to help students improve their recitation of the Qur’an and recite fluently.
Course Begins on October 21st and classes will be held between 7 pm – 8 pm.
Tajweed Level 2 – Intermediate
This level is for students who have completed Tajweed level 1 or equivalent. Our aim in this level is to help students improve their recitation of the Qur’an and recite fluently with the new rules learnt in class. The following rules will be learnt in this course: Al Mudood, Hamzatul Wasl and the rules of Raa’. As with the previous levels, exclusive notes will be used to facilitate learning, with various dimensions of practical learning.
Our aim in this level is to further help students improve their recitation by applying the already learned rules in the previous levels, completing most of the rules of Tajweed and give sufficient theory and practice to recite to a high standard. This advanced level concentrates on knowing the characteristics of the letters (as Sifaat) and some exceptional rules.
Course Begins on September 21st and classes will be held between 7 pm – 8 pm.