In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful. PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 4539e7-YjNiN



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.

Description:

Kids memorize very quickly ... Grammar is knowing about the language not learning the language. 16 Should we have ... 22 When teaching alphabet, teach letters in ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:122
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 29
Provided by: AlHa9
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful.


1
(No Transcript)
2
Tips
For Parents
By Dr. Mamdouh N. Mohamed Educational
Consultant At American Open University
3
1
  • Begin when your kid is newly born. Do not wait.

Instead of using songs, recite the last 3 suras.
  • Kids love to hear something before sleeping.
  • This would tune their ears to Arabic.

4
2
  • At the age of 2-3, begin with stories with 1-2
    words a page.

Pictorial stories with one word or 2 words per
page.
  • Read the story for them.
  • Make it funny.
  • One story per night.
  • Repeat it 2-3 times per week.

2-3 stories per week.
Kids do not read, they rehearse.
5
3
  • More readings.

Select suras with tangible meanings.
The elephant, the Flame, The Mercifull
6
4
  • Focus on memorization.

Kids memorize very quickly even if they do not
understand.
This improves their pronunciation and enhances
their memories.
7
5
Use kids rooms to put some vocabulary on the
walls.
  • Use pictures beside words.
  • Take pictures out.
  • Change words from time to time.
  • Write names of items in Arabic.
  • Keep them for long times.

8
6
  • Use games and fun.

Point to things. Count items. Pantomime Exercises
and sports
9
7
  • Let kids tell you some riddles, jokes, anecdotes,
    or stories in Arabic.

Start with the ones they knew.
10
8
  • Expose them to kids programs in Arabic.
  • Let them spend some times with Arabian families.

11
9
  • Insist on speaking Arabic at home, on phones,
    with visitors.

12
10
  • Ask your old kid to make Azan at home.
  • Train the older one to lead the prayer.

13
11
  • Short activity after morning prayer.

All family members sit in a circle to read 2-3
lines from Quran every member.
  • Increase the number of lines as your kids
    improve.
  • Never quite this tradition.

14
12
  • Keep your kid reading one story per night. Do not
    miss a single night. Only weekends.

You need to tune your ears, so listen first.
  • Select stories that match their mental age.

15
13
  • Let them write one page per night.

Reading is a different skill from writing.
  • Make their writing a quality work not a quantity
    work.

16
14
  • Send your kids back home for a long time at the
    age of 5-6.
  • Then after that once a year .

17
15
  • Memorizing the Quran should never stop at any
    time or for any reason.

Grammar is knowing about the language not
learning the language.
18
16
  • Should we have 2 separate Arabic classes at
    Islamic schools?

This only apply to Arabic classes not the whole
curricula.
19
17
  • Assign specific times for studying Arabic.

i.
20
18
  • Never teach grammar before 8 years.

i.
21
19
  • Encourage kids to listen to news

i.
22
20
  • Insist on speaking STANDARD Arabic at home not
    your dialect, please, please, please.

i.
23
21
  • When you teach words pay attention on long
    vowels.

i.
24
22
  • When teaching alphabet, teach letters in similar
    groups not necessarily in order.

i.
25
23
  • When teaching alphabet, teach letters in words
    that are already known.

i.
26
24
  • Teach words (nouns) with their plurals.

i.
27
25
  • After teaching the alphabet, start teaching
    guided composition gradually
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Matching
  • Sentence completion
  • Adding words to the sentence
  • Writing similar sentences
  • Writing paragraphs

i.
28
26
  • Teach longer chapters in the Quran reading and
    meaning

i.
About PowerShow.com