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IBN Masood Institute Quran program, 1) First the child will learn how to read ( Noorani Qaeeda) 2) After finishing Noorani Qaeeda the child will move on to Nazeera (Reading from Quran by looking) 3) When the child masters reading, and is able to pass the reading test with at least 80% score the child will start HIFZ (Memorization) The students will memorise first Juzu 30, 29,28 and then Albakara and Ali-Imran (total of approx. 8 juzus). Islamic studies: how to prayer and general Islamic tarbiya will be taught indirectly through lectures and mentoring sessions with the children. Arabic Hand writing will be taught during Quran classes after the children have been tested and their homework is given. During each stage the teacher will give constant feedback to the parents and if there are any progress problems they will be dually notified. Homework: Qaeeda and Nazeera 20 minutes daily is the minimum. Hifz: check the hifz program sheet. Dress code: Please no pants or jeans for girls. All girls must wear a scarf (even prep girls). No shorts and pictured shirts for boys. Please tell your children to be on wudu when they come to class as they will touch the Quran and sometimes we do prayers together. -PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, you must try your best that the child attends the classes with minimum absence. Children learn from us how we respect time by attending the school on time. The lesson times are Generally start at 5.30-7.00 for week nights. For Saturdays 9.00-10.30 session one 10.30-12.00 session two Any queries please do not hesitate to contact me Ustaz Abdelhay’s telephone No. is 0402 536 552 Wa salamu alaikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuhu

Ibn Masood Institute is moving to Dallas

دروس القرآن Quran Lessons Quran Cashar/Dugsi Ibn Masood Institute is moving to Dallas Tennis Center 35 Hepburn Street Dallas (Close to Broadmeadows Mosque) After 4 years of Quran teaching and producing many quraa and hufaz the maddrassa needed urgent expansion. The place in Bonwick street, Fawkner was becoming very small. Alhamdullih by the grace of …

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