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The aLIVE programmes are being developed by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore, MUIS, as part of its continuous improvement efforts towards excellence in part-time structured Islamic Education for the young.

It seeks to provide a national baseline Islamic Education curriculum for all young Muslims, 5 to 21 years old to help them face life’s difficult challenges and remain true to their Muslim identity in a multi religious, multi ethnic society and globalised world.

Designed specifically to be appealing, developmentally-appropriate and relevant to kids, tweens, teens and youths, the aLIVE. programmes aim to inspire students to continue Learning Islamic Values Everyday.

Al-Mukminin Mosque offers:

 

In this revised curriculum, some new terms are introduced. They are as indicated below:

  • Aqidah & Fiqh = Faith & Practices
  • Akhlaq = Character & Life Skills
  • Sirah & Tarikh = Social & Civilizational Islam
  • Iqra/Quran Reading = Quranic Literacy

Kids aLIVE Curriculum aims to:

  • Provide an interactive and exciting introduction to Islam in English.
  • Inculcate the understanding and practice of Islamic values and morals of young children.
  • Provide a holistic and integrated programme that promotes Islamic living.

During the 4 year-programme, some of the desired outcomes for the children would be for the children to:

  • Develop the love for Allah and Rasullulah s.a.w.
  • Refer to the Sahabahs and Prophets as examples.
  • Know what is right (Ma’ruf) and what is wrong (Mungkar).
  • Developed the habits to perform salah and good deeds appropriate to their age.
  • Articulate what they have learnt.
  • Love their families, friends, teachers and school.
  • Be able to express and appreciate the beauty of Allah’s creations.
  • Be able to recite and understand the general meaning of basic surahs and du’as.
  • Be able to recognize Arabic letters and read and write basic Arabic.

 Tweens aLIVE Curriculum aims to provide:

  • Develop problem solving skills and articulation of thought processes.
  • Socialise and interact with caring adults and other children of their age.
  • Express, explore and internalise their feelings, emotions and to have them respected and addressed appropriately.
  • Learn and practice Islamic morals and teachings, which are appropriate to their age in an interesting, clear and loving manner.
  • Contribute the society and feel the satisfaction of helping others
  • Discover the relevance of Islamic values and practices in their daily lives and the need for them to make it as their way of life.

During the 4 year-programme, some of the desired outcomes are for the students to:

  • Distinguish right from wrong.
  • Possess moral conducts (akhlāq)
  • Understand, appreciate and practice fard ‘ayn i.e. able to practice the Pillars of Islam appropriate to their age with confidence .
  • Have a deeper understanding of Islamic Creed (aqīdah) – Pillars of Imān.
  • Read the Qur’ān, memorize and appreciate the general meanings of these surahs.
  • Develop self-confidence as Muslims and members of the community and nation
  • Develop the respect towards others and are able to care and love them in humanity
  • Able to share with and show others about what is Islam that is accordingly to their knowledge and age appropriateness.
  • Develop an inquiring mind about Allāh’s creations

Teens aLIVE aims to :

  • Provide a holistic and integrated programme that promotes Islamic lifestyle
  • Address issues and matters close to the hearts and minds of every teenager
  • Guide the teens to find his/her identity, purpose and role
  • Strengthen the understanding and practice of Islamic values and morals relevant to teenagers

During the 4 year-programme, some of the desired outcomes are for the students to:

  •  Acquire a confident Muslim teen identity with strong Islamic moral character.
  • Learn, appreciate and manifest Islamic values and teachings appropriate for Muslim teens.
  • Develop passion for learning and Quran-companionship.
  • Emulate exemplary spirit of Islam from great Muslim personalities and Islamic heritage.
  • Have sound understanding of Islamic tradition appropriate to the age and appreciative of the tradition.
  • Believe in Islamic moral code, Amr Ma‘ruf Nahy Munkar and practise it.
  • Share with others the teachings of Islam, and practise the message of the Hadith “Best amongst you are those who are most beneficial to human beings.”
  • Be eager to cooperate and work with others in teams for everything good and righteous.
  • Have a thirst for knowledge and willingness to expand the educational horizon.

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