Learn Quran

£60.00

Try our professional and friendly online classes to learn how to recite the magnificent Holy Quran

Description

Allah (SWT) says in Surah al-Muzzammil (73:4):

وَرَتِّلِ الْقُرْءانَ تَرْتِيلاً

And recite the Qur’an clearly (with correct pronunciation of letters and applying the rules of stopping including distinct and organised melodies).

Try our professional and friendly online classes to learn how to recite the magnificent Holy Quran.

Our Learn Qur’an course is designed to teach the correct recitation of the Holy Qur’an and is open to both adults and children above 9 years of age.

We offer foundational, beginner, and intermediate classes that are gender segregated and all our teachers are very experienced in this field. Upon enrolment, we will assess your current level and provide you a suitable class based on your age and your level of recitation.

Everybody could use a helping hand and insha’Allah with these classes we will be able to assist you with your self-development.

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Foundation course for learning tajweed of The Holy Qur’an

This course is for those who have no previous experience of knowing the Arabic alphabet, its correct pronunciation and the basics of recitation.

Students will learn to recognise and read the different letters of the alphabet with the correct pronunciation of Arabic letters and vowel sounds. This will be followed by recognition and recitation of the formation of words and groups of words. This course will help towards meeting the entry requirements for our Learn Qur’an and Learn Arabic classes.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Foundation syllabus outline
    • The Arabic Alphabet
    • Different forms of the Arabic alphabet
    • Different vowels in Arabic
    • Sukoon
    • Tanween
    • Silent Letters
    • The connected hamza
    • Joining two letters accompanied by sukoon
    • Short vowels pronounced as long vowels
    • Stopping on words
    • Stopping signs
    • The opening letters

Course Resources

Students may need the following book which you can purchase at House of Taha by clicking on the title:
Recitation of the Holy Qur’an, Beginners (by Sister Madihah Makki).

Other learning material may be provided throughout the course

Beginner course for learning tajweed of The Holy Qur’an

This course is for those who have experience in knowing the Arabic alphabet, its correct pronunciation and basics of recitation.

All classes on this level have the same syllabus but will be taught at different paces in accordance to levels of ability.

Students will learn rules of recitation from the Tajweed 1 book, which will include both theory and practice in order to work towards the implementation of such rules when reading the Qur’an.

It is a requirement that you can already read Arabic to be able to enrol in this course. It is also preferred, though not essential, that the student has completed the foundational syllabus to make a start on the Tajweed 1 Book by Sister Madiha Makki (see course resources below).

Beginner syllabus outline
    • The importance and values of recitation
    • Recitation manners
    • Short vowels and long vowels with consonants
    • Points of articulation of letters
    • Qualities of letters
    • Rules of letters
    • Rules for laam
    • Rules for raa
    • Idghaam
    • Rules for noon sakin and tanween
    • Rules for meem sakin
    • Rules for the pronoun haa
    • Rules for madd
    • The connected hamza
    • Stopping on words
    • Silent letters
    • Joining two sakin letters
    • Stops and pauses
    • Compulsory prostrations in the Qur’an
    • Division in the Qur’an</li>

Course Resources

Students may need the following books which you can purchase at House of Taha by clicking on the titles:

Recitation of the Holy Qur’an, Beginners (by Sister Madihah Makki),

Recitation of the Holy Qur’an, Tajweed 1 (by Sister Madihah Makki).

Other learning material may be provided throughout the course

Intermediate course for learning tajweed of The Holy Qur’an

This course is for those who have successfully acquired knowledge of the previous levels and would like to master the rules of recitation in more detail and at an advanced level, such as the level needed to teach or take part in recitation competitions.

It is designed to attain perfection in application and further develop the reading skills by delving deeper into the rules from Tajweed 1. It will also include learning new rules of tajweed which will improve the students reading ability so that they are able to implement the rules in their recitation of the Qur’an.

To enrol in this course, it is required that you able to read Arabic fluently and have completed, or have an equivalent understanding of, the beginner syllabus that goes through Tajweed 1 Book by Sister Madiha Makki (see course resources below)

Intermediate syllabus outline
    • Different Qur’anic recitations
    • Three ways of recitation
    • Ten main qualities (opposites)
    • The secondary qualities (Non-opposites)
    • Knowing the qualities at a glance
    • Leaning of the long vowel alif
    • Importance of tafkheem and tarqeeq
    • Relationship between letters
    • Three types of idghaam
    • The big and small idghaam
    • The full and half idghaam
    • Rules for noon sakin and tanween
    • Rules for meem sakin
    • Rules for madd
    • Different types of compulsory madd
    • The small and big connecting madd
    • Stopping on words and types of stopping
    • Stopping symbols
    • Ist’aathah and basmalah
    • Four ways of beginning recitation
    • Different ways of joining two surahs in recitation
    • Takbeer and ways of reciting two surahs with takbeer

Course Resources

Students may need the following books which you can purchase at House of Taha by clicking on the titles:

Recitation of the Holy Qur’an, Tajweed 1 (by Sister Madihah Makki)

Recitation of the Holy Qur’an-Tajweed 2 (by Sister Madihah Makki).

Other learning material may be provided throughout the course

So how does it work?

Our terms start in autumn, winter, and spring; each enrolment will place you in the subsequent start of a new term.

Existing students will either continue studying their current course for the following term, or advance to the next course of the chosen subject, depending on their progression per recommendation of the teacher.

We aim to cater for each students’ abilities, so it may be also likely that they transition onward to the next course upon completion of the 3 terms in the year, from the foundation course to beginner and from the beginner course to intermediate.

Lessons take place online and are held hourly in groups once a week for a duration of 12 weeks per term. Whilst these courses are being run online, students are expected to turn on their camera when interacting with the teacher.

Subject to changes and adjustments, our current teaching hours for the term starting 26th September 2022 are:

Brothers
Foundation   –   Wednesday 7PM
Beginners      –  Wednesday 6PM
Intermediate –  Monday 8PM

Sisters
Foundation   –   Wednesday 7PM
Beginners      –  Friday 7PM
Intermediate –  Monday 7PM

Under 12s      –  Monday 6.30PM

Get in touch for further enquiries!
Email:                    [email protected]
Telephone:         +44 758888 8692