Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Tilawah Al-Quran, IIUM @ UIAM

Introduction

Reciting Al-Qur’an is a must for every Muslim. As a Muslim, the ability to recite Al-Qur’an is highly required. However, all the requirements will not be accomplished if the basics towards it are not tackled. There are many ahadith by the Prophet S.A.W concerning the advantages of reciting and learning Al-Qur’an. One of the hadith says:

“Recite Al-Qur’an, indeed it will give syafa’at (help) for those who recite it in the Day of Judgement.”

In another hadith, Prophet S.A.W also said:

“For those who want to converse with Allah S.A.W, read Al Qur’an.”

Tilawah Division which was formally known as Tilawah Unit was established in 1987 when the senate endorsed the proposal presented to start the unit within the Language Center. The establishment of the division is to comply with the Islamization of Knowledge as a mission and vision of IIUM.

The course is designed to suit all Muslim students to recite the Holy Quran in a correct manner. On the other hand, for the Arabic based student, the course is inadequate to prepare them to become an Islamic scholar.

All new students are required to sit for the Tilawah Placement Test (TPT) before following Tilawah courses. The TPT is regularly conducted at the beginning of each semester. From the TPT, students are divided into Exempted students, 2000 level and 1000 level students.

All students for both Gombak and Kuantan campus need to complete their Tilawah requirements within the first two years of their studies when compulsory registration is fulfilled. However students from IRK and BARB are automaticly placed in 3000 levels where they are required to complete three subjects of Tilawah Divison courses.

From the Tilawah course students are guided through a process of learning and practicing the rules of tajwid in the recitation of the Holy Quran. The main teaching approach is teaching and learning centered. Thus, students are assisted in developing their proficiency on reading the Holy Quran through the following learning strategies: imitating, practicing and memorizing. To sum up, students will learn the rules of tajwid in detail from the explanation of the instructors. So, students will be requested to apply those rules in recitation spontaneously.

Tilawah Division Objectives
1. To produce students who can recite the Holy Quran in a correct way based on the tajwid discipline. This is to ensure that students attain an acceptable reading standard as the recitation of the Holy Prophet PBUH transmitted by Hafs `An `Asim.

2. To produce students who can memorize surahs from Holy Al-Qurans) for the daily ibadah which are needed for prayers or to become an imam in solat.

3. To produce graduates who are able to recite the Holy Quran correctly and smoothly based on the rules of tajwid.

Courses Offered

1. TQ 1000 (TILAWAH AL-QURAN I)

2. TQ 2000 (TILAWAH AL-QURAN II)

3. TQ 3010 (ADVANCED TILAWAH I)

4. TQ 3020 (ADVANCED TILAWAH II)

5. TQ 3030 (TAHFIZ AL-QURAN)

Courses Outcomes

1. TILAWAH AL-QURAN I (TQB 1000M, TQB 1000E, TQS 1000M & TQS 1000E)
At the end of the course students are able to: -
Pronounce Quranic letters correctly
Apply the simple rules of tajwid in their recitation such as: Ghunnah and izhar, madd with 2, 4 and 6 harakat
Recite and memorise 13 simple surahs from the end of juz ‘amma fluently

2. TILAWAH AL-QURAN II (TQB 2000M, TQB 2000E, TQS 2000M & TQS 2000E)
At the end of the course students are able to: -
memorise 22 simple surahs from the end of juz amma correctly as a preparation to be an Imam in solat.
Learn the rules of tajwid as the foundation of correct and accurate reading of the Holy Quran (Nun Sakinah, Mim Sakinah and Madd)
Recite the Holy Quran accurately and fluently (consist of Fasohah, Ghunnah, Madd and Tarqiq and Tafkhim)

3. TQ 3010 (ADVANCED TILAWAH I)
At the end of the course students are able to: -
define the principal of Tajwid rules as narrated by Hafs `An `Asim with the evidence from al-Quran and Sunnah.
explain the tajwid rules theories which consist of categories of Ghunnat rules, divisions of Madd Asli and Madd Far’ie with the Hamzah and Sukun reasons, The divisions of Alif Lam in Quranic letters andThe Ways (Turuq) of recitation in Hafs and ‘Asim.
practice the rules and theories practically in quranic recitation.
memorize half portion of Juz 30.

4. TQ 3020 (ADVANCED TILAWAH II)
At the end of the course students are able to: -
recite the Holy Quran in the correct way based on the tajwid discipline as transmitted by Hafs `An `Asim.
explain the tajwid rules theories which consist of Makhraj and Sifat, The Tarqiq / Tafkhim of Quranic letters, Waqf and Ibtida’, The Idgham categories and Hamzah Wasl and Qat’.
practice the rules and theories practically in quranic recitation.
memorize selected surahs : Al-Sajdah, Yasin, Al-Insan.
5. TQ 3030 (TAHFIZ AL-QURAN)

At the end of the course students are able to: -
recite from memory verse 1 to 141 of Surat Al-Baqarah.
write from memory verse 1 to 141 of Surat Al-Baqarah.

Division Activities

Recitation of Holy Quran Competitions.
Memorization of Holy Quran Competitions.
Tahfiz Camp for Students.
Quranic Cultural Night.
Workshops for New Tilawah Staffs.
Workshops on Teaching & Learning of Tilawah Al-Quran.
Seminars on Tilawah Al-Quran Issues.

http://www.iiu.edu.my/celpad/tqd/?Courses_Offered

http://kelasquran.blogspot.com/2009/02/kursus-tilawah-al-quran-untuk-orang.html

2 comments:

Qashash said...

salam, im just read about this, and in interested to join.

Pen Quran said...

Salam blog yang hebat

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