Specific learning outcomes
By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to:
- recite correctly the shahada
(Testify that Allah is one and Muhammad is His
messenger) as a pillar of
- demonstrate love for Allah (S.W.T) by exalting His name with the phrase ‘Subhanahu wa taala’ when mentioned
- demonstrate love for prophet Muhammad by praising him with Swalallahu Aleyhi
Wassalaam when his name
Suggested learning experiences
- Learners listen to audio-visual recordings on shahadah and repeat what they have heard using digital devices e.g..
smart phone, computer etc.
- Learners recite the shahadha.
- Learners sing Anashid. /qasida and recite poems on shahadah/oneness of Allah.
- Learners are engaged in discussion in pairs or small groups on oneness of Allah (Shahadah).
- Learners are given hands-on activities to reinforce on the shahadate e.g. stencil printing, picture frame, painting.
Key inquiry questions
- Who can recite the shahadah?
- Who says the shahadah?
Core competence to be developed: Communication and Collaboration
Link to PCIs:Life skills – Skills of Knowing and living with oneself: self awareness, Citizenship, understanding integrity, – Religious virtues, parental empowerment and engagement: Guidance
Link to other activities: Language Activities
Suggested non formal Activity to support learning: Learners participate in shahadah recitation competition
Suggested Learning Resources: stencil, paint, pictures, audio visual materials
Link to Values: Love, Respect, Integrity
Suggested Community Service Learning Activities:
Learners to be encouraged to recite the shahadah at home
Suggested Assessment: Checklist, oral questions
Suggested Assessment Rubrics
Confidently and correctly recites the shahadah with meaning
Always says Subhanahu Wa Taala whenever Allah’s name is mentioned and reminds others
Recites correctly the shahadah with confidence
Always says Subhanahu Wa Taala when Allah’s name is mentioned
Recites the shahadah
Sometimes says Subhanahu Wa Taala when Allah’s name is mentioned
Attempts to recite the shahadah
Rarely says Subhanahu Wa Taala when Allah’s name is mentioned