Thursday, May 3, 2012

Kelab Al-Baghdadi


About 2 months ago if I'm not mistaken, I found out about this new technique of learning how to read the Al-Quran called the Al-Baghdadi from the Assalamualaikum program on TV AlHijrah. I've always been looking for more effective technique of learning how to read the Al-Quran and I sure am glad I found it. 

I attended the club today at Kompleks Alor Setar (also known as Kompleks Kancut), and I was amazed by the teaching technique and I find it very very interesting indeed. I could understand now why this technique is better than the older technique of learning. The technique is suitable for young children and even for adults too who have zero knowledge on the basics of reading the Al-Quran.

Those who go to learn it will probably get to teach others as well after they finish the course....and that's what so special about it to begin with because the method is very easy to apply on everyone. Parents who go through this course can later teach their own children at home using this method too. 

Who knows maybe one day I will be able to teach others as well using this method, insyaAllah......may Allah  make my dream come true, amin...... :)

You can have a look at the example of how the technique is applied at the video below:





You can also check out their website at the link below:
http://www.albaghdadi.com.my





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4 comments:

Leochi said...

Asalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh

I really enjoy reading your blog, especially the 366 day project, keep going with it, Inshallah I can start doing my one.

What I wanted to ask was, could you please provide for information on the Al-Baghdadi technique, is it used for tempo/beat? Do let me know how it is going. I wish you success in your Quran studies.

Take Care from London, UK

Noor Azlina Abdul Samad K. said...

Waalaikumusallamwarahmatullahiwabarakatuh.....

Thank you so much for following my blog, I really appreciate it so much :).

I've uploaded a video about the technique at this post and a link to their website so that you can check it out :)

Hugs,
Lin

Leochi said...

Thanks for the video and website, unfortunately I can't understand the website, nor can I find a website translator :( (I can't speak Malayalam )

On the upside, I now understand a bit more about it. Thanks for all your help

Noor Azlina Abdul Samad K. said...

Owh..I'm sorry there isn't any website translator...anyways, at least you understand a bit how it works :). You are most welcome :)