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MADRASAH AL-HIKMAH
TEACHING PLAN
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Subject Code
and Name
Semester
and Year
Taught
Program
Level/Catego
ry

ULA 05/ An Nahw Al Waadih (Arabic Literature)


Semester 1-2/2 Year 2/6

Unit

1.4 credits / 1 week

Prerequisite

None

Teaching
Methods

Lecture:

Course
Synopsis

This subject introduces basic concepts of the Arabic syntax such as


tenses, subject and predicate of a sentence, subject and object of a verb,
verbal sentence, nominal sentence, subjunctive/jussive/nominative case
of the present tense and adjectives. It is geared towards the starters of
the Arabic language but not completely from beginning. It is full of
examples with poetry utilized to make one remember the grammar rules
more effectively.

Course
Outcomes

By the
CO1:
CO2:
CO3:
CO4:

0.7 hour x 2 days

end of semester, students should be able to:


Translate Arabic texts into English.
Understand basic theories of Arabic syntax.
Apply correct grammar rules when forming sentences.
Understand the relation of a certain word to the sentence based
on the position or state of the last letter of the Arabic word.

Assessments

Assessment
Methods

Distributio
n
10 %

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Daily Assessments

Mid-Term Exam

Mock Test

10 %

Final Exam

40 %

Total

40 %

100 %

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An Nawh Al Waadih

References

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Week

Lesson Outcomes

Course
Outcome

Intellect

Delivery

Assessment

1,2

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily Assessment/
Assessment Exam

2,3

Understanding
Memorizing

Lecture

Daily
Assessment/Mid
Term Exam

2,3

Understanding
Memorizing
Analyzing

1.0

Al-Jumlah Al-Mufidah (The Complete Sentence)


Parts of the Sentence
Classification of the Verb with regard to its time period
(a) Past Tense
(b) Present Tense
(c) Imperative Tense

2.0
2

The Fail (Subject of a Verb)


The Maful Bihi (Object of a Verb)
Comparison of the Subject and Object of a Verb
The Mubtada and Khabar (Subject and Predicate of a Sentence)

3.0

Verb-Based Sentence
Noun-Based Sentence
Subjunctive Case of the Present Tense
Jussive Case of the Present Tense
Nominative Case of the Present Tense

Lecture

Daily Assessment/
Monthly Test

4.0
4

KANA and Its Sisters


INNA and Its Sisters
Genitive Case of the Noun
Adjectives

3,4

Prepared by:

Name: Aminah Bt Mohamad Hassan


Position : Teacher
Date: 04/03/2015

Aalimiyyah CourseTeaching Plan

Understanding
Memorizing
Analyzing
Evaluating

Checked by:

Name:
Position :
Date:

Lecture

Daily
Assessment/Final
Exam

Checked by:

Name:
Position :
Date:

Approved by:

Name:
Position :
Date:

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