Islamic Studies

 

 

Islamic studies objectives

 

Grade 1:

Students begin to learn about :

 

*     The basic concepts of Islam, first of which is Oneness of Allah and His qualities

*     The faith of a Muslim and the meaning of all the faiths

*     The names, timings, and Rakahs of five prayers and the importance of cleanliness.

 

 

Grade 2:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     The basic concepts of Islam, first of which is Oneness of Allah and His qualities.

*     The pillars of Islam.

*     The names and Rakahs or prayers.

*     The history of prophets and their duties.

 

 

Grade 3:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     Salah and its pillars and conditions

*     Creation and God’s perfection in the world around us.

*     Some of the manners that every young Muslim should obtain.

*     Concepts about Prophet Muhammad and his early companions.

*     A glance about the story of Prophet Musa.

 

 

 

 

Grade 4:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     More of God’s creation.

*     Details about Salah and its timings

*     The Islamic calendar & the feasts Muslims celebrate

 

*     Some of the Islamic input to the world.

*     More lessons about Prophet Muhammad’s and some lessons about Prophet Ibrahim.

 

 

 

 

Grade 5:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     More of the manners that Muslims should endorse with the world around them especially with their families.

*     The society that Prophet Muhammad had started with his companions.

 

*     More lessons from Prophet Muhammad’s life and a glance about the story of Prophet Yousuf.  

 

 


 

Grade 6:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     The meaning of Tawheed and how they apply in their daily tasks and activities.

*     Subsequently, how to keep themselves away from falling in minor and major Shirk. *Enhance the importance of Sunnah.

*     A glance about the story of Prophet Musa.

 

 

 

Grade 7: 

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     Some of the Prophet’s hadith and the wisdom beyond his rules for different sides in our life.

*     Also, many Islamic rules in different situations such as travelling or fasting

*     Islam’s appreciation to  the greatness of manners.

*     Zakah and the amount that Muslims should pay.

 

 

Grade 8:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     Some voluntary prayers

*     The steps and the rules Muslims should follow concerning two important pillars in Islam like Hajj and Zakah.

*     Many details about food permissibility *

*     The right way to worship Allah

*     The value of good characteristics ,especially tranquility in Salah.

 

 

 

Grade 9:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     Some moral values in Islam related to the Prophet’s Hadith

*     The value of good characteristics, especially dealing with neighbors and restoring the rights

*     How Islam appreciates great women and mentions them with honor.

*     Many details about food permissibility or impermissibility

*     Finally ,the roles of Jewish and disbelievers in fighting Muslims.

 

 

 

Grade 10:

Students begin to learn about:

 

*     Prophet’s manners via his hadith

*     The Islamic laws concerning Salah, purification , Tayammum, and Zakah

*     Application of these laws  in their daily life.

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