objectives, curriculum and cocurricular activities in islamic


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objectives, curriculum and cocurricular activities in islamic

  1. 1. Sidrah AslamMaham Tahir
  2. 2. •Objectives•Curriculum•Co-curricular activitiesIn Islamic system of education
  3. 3. That develops a Muslimintellectually, spiritually andemotionally. One thatbrings him closer to hisCreator and develops himinto a responsible socialbeing.
  4. 4.  To shape the character of an individual To make the people understand, preach and follow To make a useful member of the society To choose the best way as directed To prepare the people to explore the treasures of Allah.
  5. 5.  To make the people understand the powers given to them To enable an individual to capture the universe for the benefit of humanity. Acquisition of even more new knowledge in terms of information, facts, skills, understanding and insights. Improvement towards the making of a useful member of the society and the Islamic community (ummah).
  6. 6.  The textbook is NOT the curriculum!It is the entire body of knowledgeIt is based on what we think should be taught, therefore it is based on our valuesIt provides us the way to achieve our destination
  7. 7.  Limited curriculum approach Integrated curriculum approach
  8. 8. To put all Islamic knowledge/thinkinginto one Islamic Studies class, whilethe remainder of the curriculumremains secular.More traditional and for the timebeing, more practical.
  9. 9. To rewrite the curriculum of every subject so that Islamic knowledge/thinking is integrated into every subject.An ideal approach, which will take years to become practical.
  10. 10.  It prepares individual for every aspect of life It should be continuous and never ending process of education It should meet the spiritual as well as material needs of the individual It develops morality based on Islamic faith It raises spiritual level of the individual It emphasizes the value and sincerity of the individual It creates in mind and souls the foundation of permanent happiness
  11. 11. Should match the age capacity and attitude of the student.Should have the balance between all subjects.Each and every subject should be taught establishing the link with other branches of knowledgeThe base of Islamic education should be divine like Quran and Sunnah
  12. 12.  Co-curricular activities are voluntary, are not part of the regular school curriculum. These are also known as Extracurricular Activities
  13. 13. These activities play a vital role in character building of a personCo curricular activities in Islam may include Naat khawani, Qiraa’t competition, Dramas based on Islamic history, Debates on Islamic issues, essay writing competition on Islamic topics.