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How the Messenger of Allah taught his Students
How the Messenger of Allah taught his Students
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Details:  How the Messenger of Allah, , taught his Students,
''The Sunnah in Todays Classroom,''
[A5] Paperback - 95 pages,
by Jahangir Mahmud,
Published by Al-Misbah, Lahore.





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''This is not a book to read, it is a book to practice!''




The Sunnah in Today's ClassroomThe Modern Classroom has come a long way in the manner of appearance. Many tools and delivery systems are now in place, thanks to the technological advancements of our time. Changes too, have occurred because of the cultural and social transformations that have taken place in the last hundred years. The globalisation of the world and its inhabitants, the blending of cultures and the standardisation of social systems has turned it virtually upside down.

 


The phenomenon is most apparent in the classrooms today, where needs and tools are being reassessed and methods are being revised continuously. The education theory itself has gone through many changes and has even flipped its stance on many an issue, yet one particular element remains unchanged. And that is the fact that only two people really count; The Teacher and the Student.

 







Table of Contents :



---Acknowledgements,
---How to Use this Book,
---List of Symbols used and their Explanation,
---Preface,
---Introduction.

---[1]. Sincerity of Intention,
---[2]. Teacher - Student Relationship,
---[3]. Practice What you Teach,
---[4]. Earn a position of Respect,
---[5]. Show the best of Manners Always,
---[6]. Feel your Responsibility,
---[7]. Make the Learners feel welcome,
---[8]. Deal with Students as if ...,
---[9]. Be Pleasant and Cheerful,
---[10]. Be Gentle and Kind,
---[11]. Always Speak Clearly,
---[12]. Do not tire Students,
---[13]. Teach the Easily acceptable,
---[14]. First the Easy then the difficult,
---[15]. Making matters easy for the Students,
---[16]. Break down into Easier Goals,
---[17]. Interactive Teaching,
---[18]. Teaching by Demonstration,
---[19]. Similes and Examples,
---[20]. Story Telling,
---[21]. Use Body Language to Emphasise,
---[22]. Illustrations & Diagrams,
---[23]. Illustrate with Hand Gestures,
---[24]. Exhibit Items,
---[25]. Let people take Notes,
---[26]. Encourage Students to Ask,
---[27]. Answer Calmly,
---[28]. Maintain your composure,
---[29]. Students have a Right to Ask for further Clarification,
---[30]. Encourage the use of their Intellect,
---[31]. Give Equal Attention to All,
---[32]. Repeat to make Sure you have been Understood,
---[33]. Confirm a Students Knowledge & Praise Good Answers,
---[34]. Train your Deputies,
---[35]. Encourage other Students to Answer,
---[36]. Empowering the Students,
---[37]. Turn the Attention of the Questioner to a more Important Issue,
---[38]. Emphasise the Importance of your Answer,
---[39]. Ask for the Question to be Repeated so that a full response is given,
---[40]. Give people More than they ask for sometimes,
---[41]. Doesn't Matter if you are a bit inconvenienced,
---[42]. Evaluate Comprehension after a Lesson,
---[43]. Ensure Learning Outcomes,
---[44]. Appreciate All that is good Yet point out the Superior,
---[45]. Correcting Mistakes,
---[46]. Don't criticise Directly,
---[47]. Rules may be relaxed sometimes,
---[48]. Same Rules may not Apply to everyone,
---[49]. Special Time for Special Needs,
---[50]. Grab Teaching Opportunities,
---[51]. Sometimes : DON'T Teach,
---[52]. Humour,
---[53]. Using subtle preliminary when teaching intimate matters,
---[54]. No Harm in interrupting a speech for an individual,
---[55]. Give people private Time,
---[56]. Show Interest in the Children's hobbies,
---[57]. Postive Thinking,
---[58]. Show Affection,
---[59]. Bring out the Good, Ignore the Bad,
---[60]. Be Open to Suggestions,
---[61]. Be Amiable to New Ideas,
---[62]. Seeking Advice from Students,
---[63]. Do Not Act superior to Students,
---[64]. Do Not take Undue credit,
---[65]. Do Not Expect services and Gifts from Students
---[66]. Restrain your Anger,
---[67]. Anger and Reprimand when the situation demands it,
---[68]. Punishments,
---[69]. Be Fair and Unbiased when giving Punishment,
---[70]. Do Not punish the Ignorant,
---[71]. Don't Punish beyond what has been done,
---[72]. Affection even during Punishment.



---Parting Advice,
---The Last Word / Hilyah,
---Du'a (Supplication),
---List of Reference Books.









''Verily in the Messenger of Allah you have the best example.'' ---Surah al Azhab 33 : 21








 

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