Complete Qaidah,Safar Learn to Read Series
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Complete Qaidah,Safar Learn to Read Series,9781912437207
At Safar Academy we use our own, unique Qāʿidah compiled by our Development Team which is now taught in many Madrassah’s across the UK. This Qāʿidah draws from numerous other Qāʿidahs from around the world and contains many new, innovative features based on years of collective experience gained by teaching students at Safar Academy.
We found that most other Qāʿidahs do not have any chaptering or breakdown of learning objectives. The students, and sometimes teachers, progress from one exercise to another without realising what the goals behind them were. This lack of breakdown of objective is also unhealthy for the student’s morale as they have no short-term targets to work towards and can lose motivation. Therefore, the Safar Qāʿidah has been divided into several sections with each being called a level. In each level, a new skill or topic will be introduced and covered. The level system has proved to be very effective in motivating students.
To help parents, teachers and students keep track of progress, there is a checklist at the end of each level, listing what skills have been covered so far. This helps to maintain an informed approach to the study of the Qāʿidah and helps avoid students merely making their way through with no consciousness of the aims and objectives behind what they are doing. This also serves as an aid to teacher, parents and examiner who may listen to the student read.
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What is the difference between the Complete Qāʿidah and the Abridged Qāʿidah?
Although the Abridged Qāʿidah is a shorter version of the Complete Qāʿidah, it still has the same number of levels as the Complete Qāʿidah. No corners have been cut in the number of concepts covered. There are two key differences which make the two Qāʿidah different to each other.
First of all, the Complete Qāʿidah has larger pages with empty space around the edges of the page for writing notes, as well as a dedicated diary section at the bottom of every page. There is also a page listing targets at the beginning of each level and English explanations for certain concepts where deemed beneficial. There are none of the above in the Abridged Qāʿidah which has smaller pages entirely covered in Arabic examples and there are no extra pages with target checklists or explanations.
The second key difference is that the Abridged Qāʿidah has slightly a less number of examples in some chapters. For example, in Level 5: Ḥarakahs, the complete Qāʿidah has 36 examples after each new Ḥarakah is introduced, whereas the Abridged Qāʿidah has 30 examples. That is approximately a 15% reduction in examples. This does not make the Abridged Qāʿidah incomplete, as a student can still grasp and master the targets with the number of examples included in it. The Complete Qāʿidah gives more time to practice and further reinforce the concept for those who wish to take more time and be more thorough.
The Abridged Qaidah is more similar to the style of traditional Qāʿidahs like the Noorani Qāʿidah and Ahsanul Qawaid, but with the added advantages of a the Safar Qāʿidah such as the comprehensive and logical level structure and the fact that all the examples are extracted only from the Qurān. The Complete Qāʿidah, on the other hand, is a more drastic evolution which includes all the elements that are suitable for the modern learning environment.
– Sharper text
– Revised diary/pass sections to make it easier track show a child’s progress
– New B5 Clear Plastic Cover