Mohammed Bin Obaid Quran Centre’s structure, 7-level curricula approved
Graduates are highly qualified for teaching Quran
Dubai, UAE – The Mohammed Bin Obaid Quran Centre, adopting a new trend in teaching the Quran in the emirate of Dubai, has approved its innovative structure, work plan, and seven-level curricula to help their learners tightly memorise and perfectly recite the holy book.
The curricula, the first of its kind in the UAE, is the first step of the centre to help aspirant learners tightly memorise and perfectly recite the Quran in a way that boost and promote memorisation of the Quran nationwide.
Nada Mohammed Bin Obaid Al Falasi, Director General of the Mohammed Bin Obaid Quran Centre, said they are specialised in teaching the perfect memorisation and recitation of the Quran and its sciences.
“This in line with the relentless effort of the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Obaid Al Maktoum Foundation and its team work to serve the holy Quran and take care of its memorisers and learners.”
The centre, recently inaugurated, has adopted a clear vision to teach and train its male and female students as per the best standards in science, conduct, education and ethics to be good citizens, and helpful to their community and nation, she said.
“The Centre’s work plan and structure of classes span excellent, comprehensive and powerful curricula to help produce highly qualified Quran teachers, while the curricula includes seven levels.”
Learners of the first level need to memorise the last two Juza or parts of Quran - ‘Amma’ and ‘Tabarak’, in a closed circle, she explained.
“They also have to learn the curriculum of Quranic letters pronunciation, and study the Tajweed or art of perfect recitation curriculum by fully memorising the textbook of the ‘Children Masterpiece’.”
The second level students need to memorise three parts of the Quran, and study the Tajweed curriculum of the ‘Masterpiece Textbook Explanation’, while the third level students have to learn five parts of the Quran, and study the ‘Al Jazriya’ Tajweed textbook, she elaborated.
“The fourth level students are to memorise five parts of the Quran, and study the ‘Al Jazriya Explanation’, whereas the fifth level students have to memorise five parts of the Quran, and study the correct way to pause and start recitation.”
The sixth level students need to memorise five parts of the Quran, and study the ‘Mus’haf letter drawing’, whereas the seventh level students are to memorise five parts of the Quran, and study the apparently similar verses of the Quran.”
Al Falasi said each and every student in any of the seven levels cannot move to a higher level unless he or she has perfectly studied and learnt by heart the one below.
“This helps tighten their memorisation, and qualify them to be competent Quran teachers,” she underlined.
“This also help them master the art of Tajweed or perfect recitation with no need to go through separate courses or further qualifying programs in ‘Al Jazriya’, ‘Pause and Start’, and ‘Masterpiece’.”
“This is because all these important books are already included in the curricula of the Centre that represents a new era of Quran study centres in the emirate of Dubai.”
MOQC Media Office