Tajwīd (Arabic: تجويد taǧwīd) is an Arabic word for elocution, (meaning to improve, to make better, to embellish) meaning proper pronunciation during recitation, as well as Qur’an recitation at a moderate speed. It is a set of tajweed rules which govern how the Qur’an should be read. It is derived from the triliteral root ǧ-w-d, meaning to make well, make better, or improve.
Our 12 week Tajweed made EASY! course is design for students who are able to read Arabic whilst learning the correct Makhraj in detail. Students will start to add beauty to their recitation by learning certain fundamental rules of Tajweed; especially the nasal sounds. Many rules and techniques will be taught on this course, including:
- Noon as Saakinah/Tanween
- Meem as Saakinah
- Laam as Saakinah and Qalqalah
- Al Mudood
- Hamzatul Wasl
- Rules of Raa’
- Rules pertaining to stopping
- Exceptional rules
Our aim in this course is to help students improve their recitation of the Qur’an and recite fluently with the rules learnt in class. Students will be expected to memorise selected chapters of the Qur’an with the correct rulings as they near the end of the course.
Pre-requisite: Students must be able to read the arabic script and will be assessed prior to the course.
REGISTRATION: please call 020 8760 0552 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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