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Shahadah; Life Skills for Adolescent Muslimahs

TJ has two new Islamic Studies items available for download:

1. Shahadah learning resources. I’ve got a few learning posters including a word by word breakdown of the shahadah, as well as links to online shahadah reading material. Available at: http://tjislamicstudies.blogspot.com/2011/07/shahadah.html

 

2. One module of TJ’s Journey to Muslim Womanhood life skills for adolescent Muslimahs is available. This unit/module is on Islamic Dress and contains articles, fatawa, and activities pertaining to the hijaab, awrah, bras, shoes, jewelry, etc. Available for download: http://db.tt/jgd8yxv

You can take a peek at the other modules in the works, in sha Allah, here:

http://tjislamicstudies.blogspot.com/2011/06/journey-to-muslim-womanhood-teenage.html

If you are interested in helping to build this resource, I’d love some help. Please email me at talibiddeenjratgmail.com.

 

Tawheed Worksheet/Guided Notes – Islamic Studies Sunday

We studied the three types of  Tawheed about a month or so ago and I made up some guided notes (basically a worksheet, but in a note friendly format for saving for review).

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11026810/is/tawheed/tawheed-student%20notes-elem-jr-high.pdf

In addtion, I made up a skills/knowledge checklist and review bank questions (basically these two items are the same thing, but the review bank is more friendly for asking review questions).

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11026810/is/tawheed/is-divider-n-curriculum-goals-01-01-tawheed.pdf

(There is also a Tawheed divider for binders, which we use to separate main sections of Islamic Studies, but in this copy it appears kind of tweaked. I can’t remember but it may also be available in the Islamic Studies Binder Pack–please see right navigation area under Islamic Studies Binder–umm, just checked, not it’s not, I’ll try to upload a better copy in case anyone is interested, they really liven up our Islamic Studies binders and I put tabs on the end to make finding our notes, etc easier)

 
 

Types of Tawheed: Essay Guide

Here’s a simple essay guide I made up to guide my elementary kids in writing an essay on the three types of tawheed, which we have recently studied. (I have some resources for the three types of tawheed from our latest study that I hope to post soon, insha Allah).

Topic: The Three Types of Tawheed

Introduction – introduce the names of the three types of Tawheed in one sentence.

Type 1

  1. introduce it with a transition word (one sentence)
  2. explain this Tawheed (one sentence)
  3. give one or more examples of this Tawheed (one sentence)

 

Type 2

  1. introduce it with a transition word (one sentence)
  2. explain this Tawheed (one sentence)
  3. give one or more examples of this Tawheed (one sentence)

Type 3

  1. introduce it with a transition word (one sentence)
  2. explain this Tawheed (one sentence)
  3. give one or more examples of this Tawheed (one sentence)

 

Conclusion: Explain to your reader why it is important to know about these types of tawheed. (one – three sentences)

  • Double space your first draft.
  • Go back and proofread your work, making sure that your sentences make sense. Make sure you do not have run on sentences (use only one idea or thought per sentence).
  • Give your essay a title when you are finished (main words and first word should be capitalized. Try to come up with a catchy or interesting title.
 

Islamic Studies: Kashf Ash Shubuhat (Removal of Doubts)

After our last move, I only have literally a few books in my Islamic “library.”

Anyway, the other day I came across one Arabic book we have, Kashf Ash Shubuhat (Removal of the Doubts) (Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab). and looked online for an English translation.  It is an excellent book on tawheed and over at my number one spot to check for Islamic articles and treatises (abdurrahman.org), I found a very detailed explanation of the book in English online. The explanation (Shaykh Uthaymeen and Shaykh Fawzaan)  is broken down into 57 files I think but the explanations are short and sweet, and in a point by point, question/answer format which I thought would be great for homeschooling.
 
So if you are interested, the translation was here: http://abdurrahman.org/tawheed/removalofdoubts1to11.pdf
and the explanation here: http://abdurrahman.org/tawheed/Kashf-aAsh-Shubuhat-QA.html

 
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Posted by on January 23, 2011 in Islamic Studies: Tawheed

 
 
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