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Arabic Level 6: Language of the Quran and Sunnah


This module has been designed to expose students of Arabic language to Qur’anic and Hadith vocabulary and its usage at an elementary level. Students will primarily look at the last ten chapters of the Qur’an and then apply the vocabulary of these chapters in other verses of the Qur’an. With the repetition of the many vocabulary, including pronouns and various prepositions of the Qur’an, students will be exposed to over 50% of the Qur’anic vocabulary through these ten chapters.

 

Likewise for the hadith module students will look at the first 100 hadith of the small hadith compilation called: Provision for the Seekers (Zaad al-Taalibin). The objective of this module is not to engage in the commentary of the prophetic traditions (ahadith) but rather to look at the traditions linguistically.

 

Please note: To allow for a 2 week buffer at the end of the course, as our 10 and 12 weeks courses sometimes have a 1 week break inbetween the term and also additional classes at the end to recover any unexpected missed classes. You will be informed of the dates when you start the courses.

 

IMPORTANT - THERE IS NO CLASS BETWEEN 21ST DEC 2015 TO 3RD JAN 2016.


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Arabic Level 6: Language of the Quran and Sunnah


This module has been designed to expose students of Arabic Language to Qur’anic and Hadith vocabulary and its usage at an elementary level. Students will primarily look at the last ten chapters of the Qur’an and then apply the vocabulary of these chapters in other verses of the Qur’an. With the repetition of the many vocabulary, including pronouns and various prepositions of the Qur’an, students will be exposed to over 50% of the Qur’anic vocabulary through these ten chapters.

 

Likewise for the hadith module students will look at the first 100 hadith of the small hadith compilation called: Provision for the Seekers (Zaad al-Taalibin). The objective of this module is not to engage in the commentary of the prophetic traditions (ahadith) but rather to look at the traditions linguistically.

 

Recommended prior study

 

Students must have general understanding of the accusative, nominative and the genitive cases and a detailed study of the sub-topics covered in nahw modules 1-5.

 

Students must proficiently be able to display the ability to distinguish all sound verbs according to their chapters and be able to provide a breakdown of each paradigm (sarf kabeer) as well as an overview of all the paradigms (sarf sagheer), including the triliteral and the derived forms of the triliteral, the jussive and the subjunctive.

 

Content summary

 

-        Critical linguistic analysis of the selected chapters, verses and traditions

-        Grammatical analysis of the selected chapters, verses and traditions

-        Brief overview of Qur’anic theme and style

-        Basic commentary and background of the selected chapters, verses and traditions

-        Basic Memorisation of 40 ahadith. 

 

 

Learning Outcomes 

 

By the end of the module, students should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

 

-         Understand the meaning of the verses they have studied.

-         Analyse linguistically and grammatically the traditions studied.

-         Provide basic hermeneutics of the verses studied.

-         Confidently engage with Qur’anic texts.

-         Translate basic Qur’anic text effectively, confidently and accurately in English.

-         Understand the meaning of the traditions they have studied.

-         Analyse linguistically and grammatically the traditions studied.

-        Provide basic commentary of the traditions studied.

-        Translate basic hadith texts effectively, confidently and accurately in English.

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