Teachers Strategy in Solving Students Ability to Read and Write Qur’an at Government Schools

Fitri, Fitri and Kamaruddin, Kamaruddin and Idhan, Idhan (2021) Teachers Strategy in Solving Students Ability to Read and Write Qur’an at Government Schools. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC EDUCATION, 3 (2). pp. 59-76. ISSN 2715-4572

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This study discusses teachers strategy of Islamic Education in overcoming students difficulties of reading Al-Qur'an a State Junior High School. The problems that will be addressed included what strategies were used by the teachers in overcoming students difficulties in reading Al-Qur'an and who the strategies were implemented to solve the problems. In conducting the study, we used a qualitative case study method. The case of this study was a state junior high school in West Sulawesi province. Data were gathered through direct field observation, in-depth interviews which involve teachers and the school principle. We also analyzed written material, such as the school teaching activities, to understand how the teachres solve students difficulties in reading al-Quran. Our study found that the strategies to overcome students difficulties in reading al-Quran included the determination of the qualification of learners. Hold a special coaching for students who experience difficulties in reading Quran. Then the teachers made cooperation with fellow teachers and learners. Finally, the teachers familiarized the students to read Al-Qur'an.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Teachers strategies, reading Quran, Quran recitation, reading difficulties
Subjects: Education > Pendidikan Islam
Divisions: Post Graduate > Doctoral Islamic Education
Depositing User: Abu Bakri
Date Deposited: 03 Feb 2023 08:38
Last Modified: 04 Feb 2023 07:01
URI: http://repository.uindatokarama.ac.id/id/eprint/1792

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