WHY TAKING This COURSE
This course is intended for students who want to learn Quran recitation with Tajweed. It is the second stage of studying the noble Qur’an, in which the student learns the basic rules of Tajweed, such as the rules of the static nun and the Tanween, the rulings of the tides, the exits, the attributes, and other basic rules that enable the learner to read the noble Qur’an correctly as we reported on the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him.
This course will help students develop their recitation by applying the rules they have learned by practicing on selected Surahs and then studying more advanced Tajweed rules (An-Nabr, Al-madd, Tafkheem / Tarqeeq
This course also explains the concept of the accent (An-nabr) in reciting the Glorious Quran and the conditions for its use, it also defines and explains the important chapter on the characteristics of the letters, tafkheem and tarqeeq as well as the concept of hamzah al-wasl are covered in the part.
The aim of this course is to enhance tajweed knowledge of students at the same time improving their recitation style and making their tone sound like a Qari.
What will you learn?
After you learn how to read Quran easily in the previous course, *Quran reading course,” now you are ready to start learning what tajweed rules are. Our tajweed classes are divided into Six parts; after finishing, you will be an expert in tajweed rules.
First, you will learn all of the tajweed rules that enable you to recite the Quran like Qari. First lesson, ” Tashdeed ” or ” Shaddah”.
In this lesson, the students will learn
- What’s the mushdad letter,
- How do they recognize Shaddah sign in Quran,
- The right way of pronouncing Shaddah like native Arabic Quran reciter
- Then you will learn the lesson of noon Mushaddad and meem mushaddad in detail and why we have to make “Ghunna ” for that two letters.
- You will learn how to make Ghunna sound “Nasal sound,” with examples from Quran
Second, you will learn “Qalaqalah”
- Qalqala meaning,
- Rules of Qalqalah,
- How do you make the ico sound of Qalaqalah
- Qalqalah letters ” huroof qalqalah “
- Types of Qalqalah
- Examples of each type of Qalqalah form the Quran.
Third, you will learn,
- Heavy letters in Arabic ” Tafkheem letters”
- Light letters in Arabic ” Tarqeeq letters”
- The difference between heavy and light letters in Arabic
- Temporary heavy and light letters in Arabic
- How do the heavy and light letters affect when we pronounce the letter alif after them?
- Examples from Quran for each type
Fourth, you will learn
- Rules of meem sakinah
- What is meem Sakin, how do we recognize it ?
- What’s meem Saakin letters?
- Ikhfa’ Shafawi
- Izhar Shafawi,
- Idghaam Shafawi .
- Examples from Quran for meem Sakin types
Fifth, you will learn
- Noon saakin and tanween rules, (Izhar, idghaam, iqlab, ikhfaa)
- Noon Saakin meaning, shape’s
- Tanween meaning, types, shape’s
- Izhar meaning
- Izhar rule
- Izhar letters
- Izhar pronunciation ?
- Idgham meaning
- Idgham rules
- Idgham letters
- Types of idgham
- Idghaam with ghunnah
- Examples of Idghaam with Ghunnah in the Quran.
- Idghaam without Ghunnah
- Examples of Idghaam without Ghunnah in the Quran
- Iqlab rule
- Iqlab letters
- Iqlab meaning
- Iqlab examples in Quran
- Ikhfaa rule
- Ikhfaa letters
- Ikhfaa haqiqi
- Ikhfa examples in Quran
- Types of Ghunnah
- Heavy Ghunnah
- Light Ghunnah
- • Ikhfa examples in Quran
Sixth, you will learn
- Meaning of madd
- Madd rules, how we pronounce it in the right way with examples in Quran
- Types of madd and definition
- What’s madd asli
- What’s madd Faree
- Madd Tabee’ee
- Madd Badal
- Madd Iwad
- Madd leen
- Mad Wagib muttasil
- Madd Jaiz munfasil
- Madd laazim
Who is this course for?
- For students who want to learn Tajweed easily in a short time.
- For Students who want to recite the Quran perfectly with good sound because tajweed rules help you recite the Quran in beautiful sound.
- For students who know how to read from the Quran but still have mistakes in their recitation, that course will make you recite without any errors.
FAQs about the course
What are the benefits of learning Quran recitation with tajweed?
We have many important benefits, some of which,
- You will read Quran like our prophet Muhammad (PBUH),
- It helps you pronounce the words properly and avoids any misunderstandings
- Recite Quran with tajweed will lead you to paradise because the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said the one who is proficient in the recitation of the Quran would be with the honorable and obedient scribes (angels)
- Learning tajweed will help you to understand the meaning of the verses.
- It will help you to take an ijaza in Quran recitation
- Learning tajweed is the best and most honorable science because it is related to the most honorable book, which is the book of God Almighty.
Is Learning Tajweed Hard?
No, it’s very easy with our teachers who will teach you step by step. Anyone whose first language isn’t really Arabic may find it challenging to learn Tajweed for Beginners. However, mastering Tajweed is crucial for achieving accurate Quran recitation. Our ability to correctly pronounce the Quran’s words and letters depends on knowing where their entry and departure points are.
How long does it take to finish the tajweed course?
If u take 5 days per week, you can finish it in one month. It can take anything from three to five months to get started with the Tajweed classes. Each kid is unique, though. If a typical child dedicates 2 hours per week to practice at home, he will have a firm grasp on the fundamentals of recitation in about a year.
Is self-study of Tajweed possible?
Like reading the Qur’an, learning the rules of tajweed—how to pronounce words, locate the points of articulation of letters, distinguish between sounds, etc.—requires guidance from an experienced teacher. Please take note that the top Quran Tajweed tutors are available through our online Tajweed lessons for children and adults.
To what end is Tajweed so vital?
The heart of the listener can be reached through the accurate pronunciation of the Quran’s language (tajweed). That’s why it’s so important to read slowly and carefully so you can fully comprehend the verses and put their teachings into practice in your life.
Will I be able to correct my family or friend’s recitation after finishing that course?
Sure, u will be able to correct their mistakes easily