Many muslims around the world, Arabs or non-Arabs, find it difficult nowadays to read directly from the Quran, as the way the Quran is being written is little bit different from the Arabic written text you see in newspapers, school textbooks, etc. Reading the Quranic text needs special training. It is the duty of each and every Muslim to learn how to read the Quran in such manner that is close to the way Prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him, read it. Nooraniyyah Rule has been invented by the late scholar, Noor-ul-Deen Haqqani to help the non-Arabs learn how to read the Quran. It smoothly walks the student through the principles of how Arabic letters join with each other to form words and ultimately sentences. It consists of 16 easy lessons that enable anyone who master them to read the Quran perfectly inshallah. Being a certified teacher of the Nooraniyyah Rule, I will help you learn how to read the Quran correctly. We are not talking about Tajweed here, it is only how to read the Quranic text. However, while going through the lessons, you will realize how much attention is being paid for the correct pronunciation of the letters, words, phrases, and even full sentences towards the end of the book. Many Tajweed rules will be introduced as well throughout the lessons without the student even realize it. Once the student finishes the book, he/she will find it so easy to start reading the Quran and start applying the rules learnt from the Nooraniyyah Rule book. That is usually the first stage. The second stage will be improving the quality of recitation by learning Tajweed rules and applying them to the Quran. The student then will be provided a Quran copy designed to be competent with what was introduced in the Nooraniyyah Rule book to help them read and recite. With more than 10 years in this field, I can assure you the best learning experience Inshallah.
3 months and 24 classes over 3 months period. two classes per week. Each class is for one hour and you can download the classes as well.
- Arabic Letter and correct Pronunciation
- Vowels (Fathah, Kasrah, Dammah)
- Tanween (Double Vowels) - The Implied Noon
- Letters of Madd - Alif, Yaa, Waaw
- Letters of Leen (Soft Madd)
- Rules of Extra Madd
- Sukoon (Resting Sound) & Qalqalah (Bouncing Sound)
- Shaddah (Pressure and Emphasis)
- Madd Laazim (Longest Madd)
- Rules of Noon Saakin & Meem Saakin
By the end of the course, learners will be able to read the Quranic text independently and recite the Quran properly.
Language of instruction: English