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Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)
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Ta’Aruf & Short Group Discussion(3)

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  • 1. A MODERN PARABLE “ THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE” By : Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail. AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 2. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Information gathered are like pieces of jig-saw puzzle.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 3. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Information gathered are like pieces of jig-saw puzzle.
    • It may seem quite easy to get them, especially when they seemed to be scattered about almost everywhere.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 4. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Some people are keen to only gather them, to pick them up, to steal these pieces, and are obsessed with merely having as much of them as possible – not realizing its true meaning, its true significance, its true place and purpose.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 5. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Thus, some people may feel that they have ‘knowledge’, whereas what they possess may just be merely ‘information’.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 6. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Actually by “knowledge”, we are referring to the relevant “meaning of that subject that we seek to acquire, arriving in our soul ...”
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 7. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • The “Soul” (or sometimes referred to as the ‘heart’, ‘mind’ or ‘intellect’) is the spiritual Self of who we are - our cognitive essence, capable of knowing and of learning.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 8. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • When we speak of “knowledge” as referring to “meaning” , it is:
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 9. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • When we speak of “knowledge” as referring to “meaning” , it is:
    • “ ... the arrival of meaning of not just the subject per se, but how it relates to whatever knowledge which we already possess within our soul.”
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 10. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Thus education is said to be “organic” liken to a living organism – which pertains to the growth of our soul.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 11. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Thus education is said to be “organic” liken to a living organism – which pertains to the growth of our soul.
    • Education is not a mechanical construct, but it entails nurturing of something with Life – educators to be likened as the gardeners not engineers.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 12. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Actually, (in Islamic education), when acquiring any pieces of it (information), you (as students) should also be learning what its meaning and significance is, and how it is to be applied (fixed) unto what you already possess thus far – increasing your growth.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 13. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • This can only be possible when such pieces are given to you by one who has true ownership of these, and who consents to give them to you and helps you with how you should understand them, and to form (or attach) them unto your own overall worldview.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 14. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Thus, you must also be learning from the right person, i.e. those who has ‘seen’ the full - the completed picture. Only they are the ones who can rightfully teach you how you are to make each pieces to become meaningful to what you already posses.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 15. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • And the manner or approach towards making it meaningful (enlightening), may be seen from various perspectives (angles) amongst fellow students in the same class, because each student may have a limited vision of what the teacher was teaching.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 16. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Thus traditional teachers often encourage revision – (if individually, the Malay term used, that I remember was “ menderas ”), or if in group as “ halaqah ” (study circle).
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 17. PARABLE OF THE JIG-SAW PUZZLE
    • Thus traditional teachers often encourage revision – (if individually, the Malay term used, that I remember was “ menderas ”), or if in group as “ halaqah ” (study circle).
    • Group sharing exercise, enhances your learning.
    By: Ustaz Zhulkeflee Hj Ismail All Rights Reserved©Zhulkeflee2009
  • 18. TA’ARUF & SHORT GROUP DISCUSSION
    • Get into a different groupings and do a brief self-introduction to each other in this new group.
    • Discuss briefly – from your notes - what was covered in previous lesson (a synopsis) .
    • Briefly – share - what ‘take-ways*’ you had noted from that lesson?
    • You are given only 15 minutes to complete this assignment
    TAMRIN (EXERCISE) AllRightsReserved©Zhulkeflee2009 “ Can I get to know you ? What have we learnt?” *Take-ways : “something you found interesting and significant”

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