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Author of Resource: Sis. Jhahida
Institute: Safar Academy
Resource Type: Lesson Related Activity
3rd Party Credits: Google images
Subject: Islamic Studies – Textbook 3, Textbook 4, Textbook 5 – Week 18-19 – Daily salah: Theoretical – Week 17 – Importance of Ṣalāh – Week 25 – Making Salah part of life
When should I use the activity in my Islamic Studies Class? Main Activity in class
Time Resource will take: 20 minutes
What equipment or Preparation do I need for the activity?
Print four or five copies of the cards which should be enough for a class of 15..
Print one copy of the ‘rakaats table’ sheet (if you want some groups to have a copy initially to help them as differentiation then print more than one copy)
Print one copy of the ‘category images’ sheet
Scissors to cut the cards out.
Colour printing (bearing in mind these are reusable)
Describe the Resource:
Set of cards displaying different numbers of rakaats.
The cards are similar to card suits: fard (exclamation mark, we must do), sunnah (mirror, we want to copy/mirror the Prophet (PBUH)), wajib (scales, sinful if missed) and nafl (‘addition’ sign, additional reward)
Students sort the cards into the correct order (number of rakaats and suit). This can be done in pairs/small groups and can be made into a competition -who can complete it first?
Use the ‘category’ and ‘salah table’ sheets to explain the concepts to the students.