4.1.3 Islamic phrases
By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to: a) pronounce correctly the Islamic phrases as a form of worship
b) use appropriately the given Islamic phrases in their day to day activities
c) appreciate the importance of Islamic phrases in daily life
Suggested Learning Experiences
• Learners listen to and repeat what has been said in the audio recording.
• In pairs or small group learners practice the Islamic phrases in their activities: By saying
Bismillah before any activity and Alhamdulillah after every activity.
• Listen and sing simple songs/Anashid and recite poems related to the Islamic phrases.
Key Inquiry Questions
- When do we use the phrases Bismillah and Alhamdulillah?
- What do these phrases mean?
- Why do we say
Bismillah and Alhamdulillah?
Core competence to be developed: Communication and collaboration, Learning to learn
Link to PCIs: Life skills, Skills of knowing and living with others, Effective communication, listening and responding,
Parental empowerment and engagement: Guidance
Suggested non formal activity to support learning: Practice the Islamic phrases at school
Suggested Learning Resources: flash cards, pictures, Audio aids, charts,
Link to values: Love, Respect
Suggested Community service learning Activities:Encouraging their peers and family members to use the phrases when doing any activity
Suggested Assessment: Observation, checklist, oral questions
Suggested Assessment Rubrics
Says confidently and fluently the given Islamic phrases
Always says Bismillah before any activity and Alhamdulillah after every activity and reminds others
Says correctly the given Islamic phrases
Says Bismillah before any activity and Alhamdulillah after every activity
Sometimes uses given Islamic phrases
Sometimes uses the Islamic phrases
Attempts to say the given Islamic phrases
Rarely uses the Islamic phrases