Hifdh - Memorisation of the Qur'an
Memorisation of the Qur`an is something that all Muslims should aspire to. One should always have the intention to memorise the whole Qur`an, but if one believes they cannot give the time required or do not have a strong enough memory etc, then one should not give up memorisation completely but should always attempt to memorise some parts of the Qur`an. This Hifdh course at Ebrahim College has been created for this purpose. It becomes very difficult for us to set time aside for the purpose of memorisation in our busy lives, and thus never get around to it. This course will provide a structured and regular opportunity to sit down and memorise parts of the Qur`an under the supervision of a qualified Tajweed teacher.
Who is this for?
This course is for anyone who can independently read with good tajweed.
What will be covered?
As students will be at different stages of their memorisation process - each student will be assessed individually. However, usually the students will begin from Juzz ‘Amma and thereafter move onto the 29th Chapter.
· Steady progress of memorisation
· Supervised and supported memorisation
· Ensure memorisation with correct tajweed
· Learn different techniques of memorisation and how to retain previously memorised portions
Students are encouraged to choose their own mushaf and stick to the same copy for the duration of their memorisation, as this helps with making a mental note of the verses.
There will be regularly tests on the portions of the Qur`an memorised weekly, Likewise, at the end of the course there will be an overall test in all that has been memorised that term.