Arabic Writing & Words 1 (Naskh)

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  • Instructor: Aneesah Dawan
  • 12-Week Summer Semester Dates:
    May 15 - August 12, 2022
Course overview
This course teaches the foundational Arabic handwriting script of Khat Naskh while building on Qur'aanic vocabulary.  Students will learn how to properly form each Arabic letter and its variants, while utilizing their skills to write out and build on their Qur'aanic vocabulary.  The hand and eye coordination will aid in increasing the students familiarity with Arabic and provide a faster recognition and recall when engaging with the Qur'aan.
Course pre-requisites
Introduction to Qur'aanic Arabic or Course Equivalent (Testing Required)
book requirements
"Gateway to Arabic Handwriting Book" by Dr. Imran Hamza Alawiye
course day & time
Sunday & Tuesday
6:00-7:30PM (CST)
7:00-8:30PM (EST)
4:00-5:30PM (PST)

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Meet the instructor

Aneesah Dawan

Hajjah Aneesah Dawan serves as an Advisory Committee member and Assistant Director of ILI. A life-long student of Qur'aan, Aneesah studied under Imam Qasim Ahmed (ra) for many years.  She has both secular and religious training with a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies, as well as a 2-year Arabic Language Certification from Abu Nour University in Damascus, Syria.
Patrick Jones - Course author