Curriculum Template

Teacher's Name

Contact: Phone, email


Required Materials for Class:

Example (Teachers please update as you wish)
Every student should have at least a notebook and a folder.
You must bring with a pencil and a pen for every class!

Books:


Book 1: Title, Name of Author, Year, Edition, ISBN, 
Chapters to be covered:

Book 2: Title, Name of Author, Year, Edition, ISBN, 
Chapters to be covered:

Example (Teachers please update as you wish)
Semester 1 
Book 1: love Islam Level 1, by Aimen Ansari , Majida Yousef and Nabil Sadoun, Publisher: Islamic Services Foundation (ISF) (July 1, 2005), ISBN-10: 1933301007
Chapters to be covered: 1-9
Book 2: I love Islam workbook: Level 1, by Aimen Ansari , Majida Yousef and Nabil Sadoun,   Publisher: Islamic Services Foundation (ISF) (July 1, 2005), ISBN-10: 1-933301-25-9
Chapters to be covered: 2-13

Schedule

Example (Teachers please update as you wish)
10:00am-11:00pm Islamic Studies
11:00pm-12:00pm Recess and Snack
12:00pm-12:30pm Quran 
12:30pm-1:20pm Arabic 

Homework and Discipline Policy:

Example (Teachers please update as you wish)

Every student is expected to come to class prepared to participate. This entails reading the assigned homework and answering the questions ahead of class time. Students are also expected to memorize the Quran lesson including Arabic vocabulary each week. In the case that you miss a class, any changes to the homework schedule (from the syllabus) will be posted on the class website.
In the case that students do not complete their homework repeatedly, parents will be contacted and required to come in for a meeting with the teacher.

Syllabus

Example (Teachers please update as you wish)
Islamic Studies
The Five Pillars of Islam: Declaration of Faith (Shahadah), Prayer (Salat), Almsgiving (Zakat), Fasting (Sawm), Pilgrimage (Hajj); their function in bringing the individual closer to God and in binding the community together; their meaning in Islamic beliefs 
Festivals and religious observances: ‘Id al-Fitr, ‘Id al-Adha, marriages, funerals 
The Articles of Faith: God, his being and relationship with the created world, Angels, Books, Prophets, and particularly the significance of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as model of behaviour, Resurrection and the Day of Judgement; jihad, the nature and destiny of humanity, the command to enjoin good and prohibit wrong, God’s predestination of all events

Quran
A detailed study of the following surahs: - al-Fatihah 1
al-Duha 93 
al-Qadr 97 
al-Takathur 102 
al-Kafirun 109 
al-Ikhlas 112 

Arabic
Reading and writing of Arabic alphabets and short vowels (damma, fattha, kesra) along with construction of words