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QUR'ANIC ARABIC: MODULE I

Module I: Qur'anic Arabic 

Tutor: Dr. M. I Surty

Module Description

The course covers the basic linguistic structures of the Arabic of Qur'an. A vocabulary of some five hundred words is acquired, which students should begin to be using actively by the end of the course. The morphological patterns of Arabic will be covered and competence in dictionary use will be taught.

Learning Aims:

The purpose of the course is to give students confidence in dealing with basic Qur'anic Arabic and to provide them with the foundations for development of their own Arabic skills further.

Key Learning Outcomes:

Should be able to work through a vowelled Qur'anic Arabic text to provide a reasonable translation, be able to use Qur'anic translations intelligently and have some active use of the language.

Teaching Methods:

Judicious use of such vocabulary which frequently occurs in the Qur'an and which can effectively explain grammatical themes through graded progression. Graded introduction of the grammatical themes and their example analysis with the assistance of cards, sketches, figures, tables, colour coding, audio and videocassettes, OHP and magnetic board.

The course is taught through extensive exercises, oral and written, with each unit thoroughly drilled before progressing to the next.

Module Contents:

a) Definite and indefinite nouns, gender, different forms of personal pronouns, possessive pronoun, nominative, accusative, and genitive cases, prepositions, idafah, the construct phrase and adjective.

b) Graded introduction of
i) perfect and
ii) imperfect
iii) verbal noun
iv) active participle and
v) passive participle in the first form of the verb. It covers perfect and imperfect indicative in sound and weak roots.

c) Study of a selection of text from the Qur'an, Hadith, Arabic text as well as designed text closely related to the grammatical themes above.
d) Study of Ilm al-Tajwid based on Dr Surty's work The Science of Recitation of the Qur'an with three audio CDs.

Entry Requirements:

Candidates both male and female, aged fourteen years and upward, are required to be able to read Qur'anic Script and understand the English language.

Duration:

20 weeks, 10.00 am to 12.15 pm on Sundays.

Venue:

QAF House Lecture Theatre
552B Coventry Road,
Small Heath,
Birmingham, B10 0UN.

Text book:

M. I. Surty, Qur'anic Arabic: A Manual Teaching Arabic Through the Qur'an, QAF, Birmingham.

THE COURSE IS FREE

QUR'ANIC ARABIC MODULE II

Tutor: Dr M. I. Surty

Module Description

This course is a continuation of Qur'anic Arabic I and is taught through the method mentioned in module I.

Relevant passages from the Qur'an covering the above mentioned grammatical themes shall be studied. Students are expected to translate unseen passages from the Qur'an.

Learning Outcomes

(a) The course provides ample opportunities to make a considerable development towards the comprehension of the Arabic language in general and Qur'anic Arabic in particular.
(b) The graded introduction and skilful use of derived forms of the verbs broaden the horizon of the language and create confidence among the students.
(c) Students' skills are developed towards the comprehension of unvocalised Arabic text and translation of unseen Arabic text.

Module Contents

The course covers derived forms II X, sound and broken plurals, Kana and its sisters. Imperfect, jussive and subjunctive moods. Emphasis with the corroborative Nun. Adverbs of time and place, numbers, imperative and prohibition.

These themes are taught through designed text and selected Qur'anic text.

Duration:

20 weeks 2.00pm to 3.30pm on Sundays.

Venue:

QAF House Lecture Theatre
552B Coventry Road,
Small Heath,
Birmingham, B10 0UN.

Text book

M. I. Surty, Qur'anic Arabic: A Manual Teaching Arabic through the Qur'an, QAF, Birmingham. (Lessons 8-16 shall be taught).

THE COURSE IS FREE

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