INTEGRATION OF SYSTEMATIC APPROACHES AND ICT IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF QURANIC LANGUAGE FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS

  • Nurkhamimi Zainuddin Fakulti Pengajian Bahasa Utama Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
  • Noor Saazai Mat Saad Fakulti Pengajian Bahasa Utama Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
  • Haliza Harun Fakulti Pengajian Bahasa Utama Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia

Abstract

The use of ICT in the teaching and learning of Quranic Language reflects the integration of Naqli (revealed) and Aqli (rational) knowledge. This study clarified 8 systematic approaches that will enhance student capability in the teaching and learning of Quranic Language for non-native speakers. The 8 approaches are (i) proper lesson plan, (ii) interesting set induction, (iii) lesson message, (iv)constructive responses, (v) group discussion, (vi) correction and additional input from lecturer, (vii) assessment on teaching outcome, and (viii) conclusion/homework. These eight approaches of Quranic teaching and learning consider 4 pedagogical factors in its implementation; (i) creativity, (ii) reflection, (iii) reciprocity, and (iv) responsibility. Operative and effective teaching requires extensive and substantial commitment to content and subject. Lecturers must have sense of responsibility towards the student understanding level. The results show that the integration of the systematic and proper approaches is very helpful in conducting the teaching and learning process of Quranic Language for non-native speakers. One’s success will be achieved when the person grasps deep responsibility, as portrayed by the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW. The integration of Naqli (revealed) and Aqli (rational) knowledge with honourable qualities are the drive to nurture a noble generation and a knowledgeable society.

 

Key Words: Quranic Language, Systematic Approaches, ICT, Teaching and Leaming, Non-Native Speakers

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Published
2018-06-20
How to Cite
Zainuddin, N., Mat Saad, N. S., & Harun, H. (2018). INTEGRATION OF SYSTEMATIC APPROACHES AND ICT IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF QURANIC LANGUAGE FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS. Asian People Journal (APJ), 1(1), 82-92. Retrieved from https://journal.unisza.edu.my/apj/index.php/apj/article/view/30
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