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Welcome to the tajweed and Quran podcasts which are explained in English. These podcasts are designed specifically for English speakers who want to learn tajweed. It will also assist those who do not have the chance to meet a sheikh or qari in their local area, by assisting them to seek this sacred knowledge of Quran and tajweed.
Given that there are approximately 20 million Muslims in the English speaking world, this is a useful resource to bring this sacred knowledge to those who cannot find access to sheikhs.The podcasts are a series of short, engaging lectures, going through the rules of Arabic alphabet, makharij (articulation points), sifaat (qualities of letters), waqf (rule stopping and pausing) rasm (Orthography relating to recitation of certain words).
There will also be some elaboration on the meaning of tajweed, the history of it (including the biography of Imam Hafs and ‘Asim) and finally, a brief summary on the work of Imam Al-Jazari and Imam Al-Shatibi rhm. This interesting historical background provides English speakers with some context of the great Islamic scholarship that is the basis of how and why we study tajweed today. All you need is to concentrate and make a sincere intention, inshallah you will improve your recitation skills.
Prophet’s Prayer Described Lessons by Talibiddeen Jr.
Prophet Muhammad (salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam) Unit Study by Talibiddeen Jr.
Stories and Books
Prophet Muhammad Coloring Book (Download Unzip and Print)
This lesson plan “Seerah Of The Prophet” is designed for children aged 5-6 years, and
to accompany the book, “Goodnight Stories from the life of the Prophet Mohammad”,
published by Goodword. It is a 23 day lesson plan.
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MashAllah, this is a beautiful site:
Al-Khazina: The Treasury
Source: Princeton University
Al-Khazina is an interactive database for the study of Islamic Culture, particularly in the early centuries.
Talibiddeen Jr. now offers 23 completed Prophet’s Prayer Described lessons.
Abstract: Each lesson has a reading assignment from the text. The reading comes primarily from “The Prophet’s Prayer Described,” but also from Tafsir Ibn Kathir as well. (Parents can read the reading assignments to the student or older students can read the text independently) There are guiding discussion/written questions and activities in the lessons to let the student apply/practice what he/she has learned from the reading.