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Time: Tuesdays 11.00am - 12.30pm


First session: 12th June 2012.

Last session: 17th July 2012


Venue: Dawson House, Ladbrooke Road, Slough, SL1 2SR


Cost: £20 for 6 sessions


Course Outline:


Allah Most High tells us in the Qur'an: "…And recite the Quran as it ought to be recited" (73:4). Throughout the centuries, the science of Tajwid has been the means by which one could fulfil this Qur'anic injunction and recite the Book of Allah in the most proper and beautiful manner. Each of us must learn the basic rules of pronunciation so that our recitation of at least the Fatiha (Opening chapter) is correct.


Beginners Tajwid is an introductory course for students to familiarise themselves with how to read the Qur'an with Tajwid, by studying some of the rules of proper recitation. The emphasis of the course will lie on the theory itself, with some practical application through recitation of verses from the Qur'an demonstrating the rules learnt during the sessions.


By the end of this introductory course, students will know the benefits of learning Tajwid and will appreciate the importance of reciting the Holy Qur'an with its proper rules of recitation. Students will become aware of mistakes which are to be avoided during recitation, the correct letter exits (makharij) and manner of articulation (sifat) and the rules pertaining to nun sakinah.


Course instructor:


Ustadha Emman Zidan is a qualified Qur'an Teacher and is also a teacher by profession. She has been teaching Qur'an and Arabic for several years.




Places are limited. To register for this course please fill in the registration form on the left.


After completing the form, please click on the course payment button below to complete payment. The course fee is £20.


Students are required to bring their own copy of the Qur'an and a notebook to lessons. 


For further information and any queries please email sisters@khidma.org.uk




Introduction to the rules of tajweed for sisters