Monday, October 26, 2009

Sessi Baru 2009/10

My classes has started since last week. And now they are coming with vengeance. They are introducing new syllabus on tajweed. Following the Qa1dah N00raniyah method. They retested everyone and put us according to our level of reading. Unlike the previous years, where we were tested on our reading of Juzzu Amma. This time round they make you read a page somewhere in the middle of Quran. That would be pretty fair, I believe. Kalau test on Surah Al Masad kalu, mungkin more than half bunyi macam bagus. :D

Now they put more emphasis on one to one 20 minute recitation. Kecut perut - yes. But I think we are all in need of this.

Alhamdulillah my kha is not so much of a problem now. Perhaps a bit of problem when I read it with a kasrah (baris bawah) but most of the time, it was ok based on teacher tak tegur. But on the other hand, my rho is a problem. be it fathah (baris atas), kasrah and dommah (baris depan). Haru betul. Dahlah we are to recite surah AdDzariyat. Where the first four verses ends with a rho.

Not to mention other letters. Particularly the one with sukun (tanda mati) which I tend to make a minor qalqalah with it. It's ok, Insya Allah can be improved.

When the arabic class starts, I think I have forgotten nearly half of the past lessons. And since I am getting the same teacher, she keeps on targeting me to answer. My trick is to answer quickly if I know the answers. So she would look at others for questions that I am quiet on. But today again she always ask me to start first. Stress betul!!

The tafseer class has also started. And so is the general lecture (still using Ideal muslimah book). Also my teacher will add another book on aqidah. General on aqeedah. Not following any book of scholars ke apa. Good for a start eh? So if you are a woman who live in Qtar, I welcome you to join me for this Thursday class. Insya Allah you will enjoy it.

They have increased the hours of classes now. And the only day I am free are Tuesday and occasional Fridays. In case ada orang nak jemput morning coffee. Hahhahah. But usually I would stay at home and hibernate (try to clean the house). I dread even to go groceries.

Alhamdulillah for another busy year.


megigoreng said...

Glad to know that u are enjoying yourself with your classes...send my regards to your teacher ok?? U know who I meant kan hehehhe... bz bee betui my fren ni...hope I could join you one day.

Peri PiA said...

i WISH i COULD K.LOLLIES,InsyAllah kat M'sia pon blh belajar :)

masdiana said...

alhamdulIllah... hope 2 join the Maryam Ctr classes again 1 day insyaAllah. :-)

butterflutter said...

somehow reading your entry reminds me of my mom yg selalu cerita abt her mengaji class. Tu yg tak sampai hati if nak mintak dia dtg jaga my children. She wl miss her classes.
The beauty of being sahm and having grown up children. Hope I wont hv to wait too long to go to classes like yours.

Selamat maju jaya!

BabyBooned said...

alhamdulillah for a busy schedule indeed. you tau tak, i cannot deny i'm a bit jealous of all your classes. since our maid c.a.b.u.t. last month, i havent been able to go for any classes simply because there's noone to babysit gibran. i'm hoping that when he's older and starts going to school, i'll be able to have some form of life for myself again. number one target is to start balik class. right now all i can do is wish. sigh.

and congrats on going for hajj!! so exciting!!! alhamdulillah!

Dr Mom said...

you are fortunate indeed, lollies, to have the time and opportunity to study Islam. rezeki!

the only choice to attend classes for young studying/working moms like me is ONLINE! Alhamdulillah for the Alkauthar students guild in melbourne. I can study Islamic texts with real scholars by listening to visual lectures and taking exams online anytime that is convenient to me MashaAllah.

I hope AlKauthar ( organises a students guild in malaysia when they launch this month in KL and that lots of people join it Amin.

Dr Mom said...

hey, maybe you can promote Alkauthar in your blog since you have lots of readers that wish for this opportunity to seek more knowledge.

the Prophet (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam) has said: "Whoever guides [another] to a good deed will get a reward similar to the one who performs it." [Saheeh Muslim]