Imoroving Good Retical of Al-Qur'an in Majlis Taklim Aisyiyah for women in Bandung

Akmaliyah, Akmaliyah and Mohammad, Rosyid Ridho and Syafiq, A. Mughni and Amiq, Amiq and Teti, Ratnasih and Muhammad, Ibnu Pamungkas and Yasir, Hudzaifah and Zalifa, Nuri (2020) Imoroving Good Retical of Al-Qur'an in Majlis Taklim Aisyiyah for women in Bandung. PalArch Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology, 17 (10). pp. 2256-2268. ISSN ISSN: 1567-214X

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Since both Islamic holy book and its commentaries are written in Arabic, the mastery of Arabic language for Muslims is required. This paper is about to observe the form of activity run by members of majlis taklim (studying circle) of Aisyiyah in the form of teaching service. The service is carried out en masse in the mosque. The method used in this paper is descriptive analysis; it will firstly do observation, interviews, and then do active participation in pre-test, teaching activities and post-test. It is apparent that a basic command of Arabic language is needed so that upon this program a good reading ability of al-Qur'an may improve. That way, participants who are mostly mothers with their children brought during the sessions, receive sufficient training in basic Arabic language teaching methods, and especially understand alwaqf wa al-ibtida' since meanings may alter due to wrong choices in reading when to stop (waqf) and when to start (ibtida'). As many as 20 members of the majlis taklim Aisyiyah are trained to know basic Arabic language so that they can read al-Qur'an better. The skill acquired is considered useful for everyday practice and may transmit to other Muslim women for the good of ummah as a whole in understanding the messages of al-Qur’an.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Al-Qur'an; Basic Arabic Language; Majlis Taklim Aisyiyah; Teaching
Subjects: Arabic
Depositing User: Akmaliyah Akmaliyah
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2021 06:45
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2021 06:45

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