Recite Suratut-Tin in Arabic/Transliteration; explain the English translation of the chapter; state the importance and uses of the chapter. Islamic Religious Studies Primary 4 First Term Lesson Notes Week 8

Subject: Islamic Religious Studies

Class: Primary 4

Term: First Term

Week: 8

Topic: Sūratut-Tin (Chapter of Fig)

Duration: 40 minutes

Previous Knowledge: Students have basic knowledge of Islamic prayer and some Arabic words.

Set Induction:

  • Show a picture of a Quran and ask students if they recognize it. Explain that today’s lesson is about a specific chapter from the Quran.

Behavioral Objectives:

  • By the end of the lesson, students should be able to recite Sūratut-Tin in Arabic and its transliteration.
  • Students should understand the English translation of the chapter.
  • Students should comprehend the importance and uses of Sūratut-Tin.

Key Vocabulary Words:

  1. Sūratut-Tin
  2. Recite
  3. Transliteration
  4. Translation
  5. Importance
  6. Uses

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Oral communication
  • Listening comprehension
  • Cultural understanding

Learning Materials:

  • Quran with Sūratut-Tin
  • Flashcards with key terms
  • Arabic transliteration guide
  • Images related to the chapter

Content:

Recitation:

  1. Recite Sūratut-Tin with a calm and focused heart. 📖❤️
  2. Practice pronouncing the words clearly. 🗣️

Translation:

  1. Sūratut-Tin is the Chapter of Fig from the Quran. 🌳
  2. It talks about God’s creation and His guidance. 🌟
  3. It mentions the significance of the fig, olive, Mount Sinai, and the city of Makkah. 🕋

Importance:

  1. This chapter reminds us of God’s blessings and guidance. 🙏🌟
  2. It teaches us to be righteous and do good deeds. 🌷🤲
  3. Sūratut-Tin encourages gratitude for the favors of God. 🙌🌳

Uses of the Chapter:

  1. Recite Sūratut-Tin during prayers to seek God’s blessings and guidance. 🤲📖
  2. Reflect on its message to be a better person in your daily life. 🤔🌟
  3. Use it for meditation and seeking inner peace. 🧘‍♂️🌟

In Sūratut-Tin, we find guidance, gratitude, and reminders of God’s blessings. 🌟📖🙏

Recitation in Arabic:

سورة التين

وَالتِّينِ وَالزَّيْتُونِ وَطُورِ سِينِينَ وَهَذَا الْبَلَدِ الْأَمِينِ

لَقَدْ خَلَقْنَا الْإِنسَانَ فِي أَحْسَنِ تَقْوِيمٍ

ثُمَّ رَدَدْنَاهُ أَسْفَلَ سَافِلِينَ

إِلَّا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ فَلَهُمْ أَجْرٌ غَيْرُ مَمْنُونٍ

فَمَا يُكَذِّبُكَ بَعْدُ بِالدِّينِ

Transliteration:

  1. Wa aţ-Ţīn
  2. Wa az-Zaytūn
  3. Wā Ţūri Sīnīn
  4. Wa hādhā al-balad al-amīn
  5. Laqad khalaqnā al-insāna fī aĥsani taqwīm
  6. Thumma radadnāhu asfala sāfilīn
  7. ‘Illā alladhīna ‘āmanū wa ‘amilū aş-şāliĥāti falahum ‘ajrun ghayru mamnūn
  8. Famā yukadhhibuka ba`du biddīn

English Translation:

  1. By the fig and the olive,
  2. And [by] Mount Sinai,
  3. And [by] this secure city [Makkah],
  4. We have certainly created man in the best of stature;
  5. Then We return him to the lowest of the low,
  6. Except for those who believe and do righteous deeds, for they will have a reward uninterrupted.
  7. So what yet causes you to deny the Recompense?
  8. Is not Allah the most just of judges?

Importance:

  • Sūratut-Tin emphasizes the creation of humans and their potential for goodness.
  • It encourages believers to have faith in God’s justice and rewards for good deeds.
  • This chapter highlights the importance of faith and righteous actions.

Uses of the Chapter:

  • It is often recited during prayers, particularly in the context of seeking God’s guidance and grace.
  • Believers reflect on its message to lead a life of faith, goodness, and humility.
  • Sūratut-Tin serves as a reminder of God’s infinite wisdom and justice in our daily lives.

Presentation:

  1. Step 1 (Introduction):
    • Greet the students and show an image of the Quran.
    • Explain that today, we’ll learn about a special chapter called Sūratut-Tin.
  2. Step 2 (Recitation and Transliteration):
    • Teach students the Arabic pronunciation of Sūratut-Tin.
    • Practice the recitation and transliteration together.
    • Use flashcards with key Arabic terms.
  3. Step 3 (Translation, Importance, and Uses):
    • Explain the English translation of Sūratut-Tin.
    • Discuss the importance of the chapter, emphasizing its messages of faith, goodness, and God’s justice.
    • Talk about how Muslims often recite Sūratut-Tin during their prayers as a source of guidance and reflection.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Present the topic clearly and provide guidance on pronunciation.
  • Encourage students to participate in the recitation and discussions.
  • Share the importance and practical uses of Sūratut-Tin.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Practice the recitation with guidance from the teacher.
  • Listen to the English translation and explanations.
  • Ask questions and participate in class discussions.

Assessment:

  • Assess students by asking them to recite Sūratut-Tin in Arabic.
  • Encourage students to discuss the importance and uses of the chapter.

Evaluation:

  1. Sūratut-Tin is a chapter from the __________. A) Quran B) Bible C) Torah D) Gita
  2. Sūratut-Tin talks about the significance of __________, olive, Mount Sinai, and Makkah. A) apples B) fig C) pears D) bananas
  3. The chapter mentions that God created humans in the best of __________. A) clothes B) manners C) stature D) colors
  4. Sūratut-Tin reminds us to have __________ in God’s justice. A) faith B) fear C) anger D) laughter
  5. What is the primary message of Sūratut-Tin? A) The importance of eating figs B) The significance of mountains C) Faith, good deeds, and God’s justice D) Reciting prayers every day
  6. Sūratut-Tin encourages believers to have __________ in God’s rewards. A) patience B) faith C) doubt D) anger
  7. Muslims often recite Sūratut-Tin during their __________. A) meals B) school C) prayers D) holidays
  8. The chapter is a reminder of God’s infinite __________. A) wisdom B) food C) toys D) sports
  9. Sūratut-Tin teaches us to lead a life of __________ and goodness. A) patience B) faith C) doubt D) righteousness
  10. Believers reflect on the message of Sūratut-Tin to seek God’s __________ in their lives. A) guidance B) anger C) sadness D) laughter
  11. What does Sūratut-Tin talk about the significance of? A) Vegetables B) Fruits C) Mountains D) Flowers
  12. Sūratut-Tin is a chapter from the __________. A) Quran B) Bible C) Dictionary D) Novel
  13. What is the primary message of Sūratut-Tin? A) The importance of eating figs B) The significance of mountains C) Faith, good deeds, and God’s justice D) Watching TV
  14. What do Muslims often do when reciting Sūratut-Tin? A) Recite it in a whisper B) Use it as a lullaby C) Recite it during their prayers D) Recite it at parties
  15. Sūratut-Tin reminds believers to have __________ in God’s justice. A) anger B) faith C) doubt D) happiness

Conclusion:

  • Summarize the key points of the lesson, reminding students of the significance of Sūratut-Tin.

Assignment:

  • Assign students to practice reciting Sūratut-Tin and explain its importance to a family member or friend. They should share their experiences in the next lesson.