Hasan Ali – Advice to Teachers

Hasan Ali
AI: Summary © The importance of educating parents and children on the age of children and avoiding fraud is emphasized in the Summer Academy program, which aims to teach children in a modern world and provide opportunities for students to develop their abilities. The program is designed to teach children in a blended learning model and reward teachers for hard work and learning from students who have the potential to learn more. The program is designed to provide a wide range of learning resources, including books, resources, and resources for learning, and is designed to provide teachers with a fun and engaging way to teach and motivate students. The importance of creating a blended learning model for students and teachers, as well as rewarding teachers for hard work and learning from students who have the potential to learn more is emphasized.
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They want to get the monies for the masjid, that's number one, priority number one, which is the wrong priority number two priority was that they want you to put their own little, you know, little rules in there. You can't do this at class has a maximum size, you can't go beyond the maximum size. If you start fitting in kids, putting them in put him in so many kids in one class, that education is not going to work out. So the educational board Education Committee, the modern approval chairs, here has to run that, okay, that's the next bullet point. What's after that? You're going to have kids coming here. And what's what's on your mind? Your mind is Okay, kids come in here, Mashallah.

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They're gonna come inside here, they're gonna read martial law. This

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is not about numbers, it's about quality. Right? Please understand this. If you have too many people, you're not going to be able to good job properly, you can't put everybody inside you have to do it according to a system. So I'm going to explain to the system as best as I can, in the most limited time so that you get all the things right in the procedure, okay.

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The children that don't come here, and parents are going to send them here. Do not make the intention, which most of the mustards got wrong. And if I'm telling I've done this teacher training for years,

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when must kids have listened to me, they've seen a bit of they've seen progress, I'm going to talk to you right now that kids should not be given the impression when you finish the Quran, you calculate the maximum

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there should be no such thing. You need to educate the parents you send in your kids here. We want to keep them here till at least 16 1516 Maybe 1718 You got another coastal but we do not want to go at the age of 12 to 11 Most McDonald's let the children go at Taco Bell and so on. That's the worst time you could let the kid go why? When a kid is young, and they're four years old 567 years old have you seen them Priscilla with a yank your house you get your masala to keep takes also another masala out you've got your hat on your head. That kid puts a hat on their head yet you're going to set them they're going to save them they look up at you as diversification of just you know what the

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kid is good yes so excited mashallah, my kid is playing survive Shala definitely mashallah the kid is only copying you and he's gonna come to you with anything he sees. Or she sees the kid has got no sense of what this actually means at this moment. I hope he realized that if you sit there and his split have split here, the kids will probably ask you for a split as well. Just to make daddy happy.

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Are you guys away coop? The King will follow you in everything. You're an arsenal supporter from a young girl from from you. Kip was young. So Daddy supported us when he just wants to become an avid supporter. That is to anything that say you're doing.

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Not that not that he should have become, you know, supported us for a minute. But at this point of view, he says that

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when they keep thinking for himself.

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The good is now growing into a man or she's going into a woman at the age of 1112. For girls starts at 11 for boys at 12 Girls homes are starting between 1130 where they are where they are trying to move away from adults. They want to become their own adult their own authority they want to do what they want boys is between 12 and 14 at that age, they need adults the most and they're rebelling against adults. Your children are healthy if they rebelled against anything rebelling at that age in the masjid if you ever find that to be naughty in school as well, you look at schools I've taught preschool for three years full time full time three years in school. You know what we said among the

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staff? Seven years seven when they come in? MashAllah they're angels. They're so cute Mashallah. Yes seven when they come to school yet level we look at them the ones that the

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GCC here we look at them the grown up the big beards coming out. They're out there face yet the marshal the gentleman? Yeah. 11 Angels. Sorry. Yes. seven angels. Yeah. 11. Gentleman. Yeah, eight. Something's wrong wrong. Your knife. They're messed up yet. 10 they're getting a little better that age eight 910. This these your groups or age group is between

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12 and 14 again, they get mess because all the hormones are growing. They're becoming an adult at that moment was supposed to keep them in the mindset. Please don't end the mother's talk. And it only happened because parents are asking you to come among the mothers come and they say Why is my kid on June

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is eight when badges kids are on juice nine, Melissa me and you have got beef I'm not going to give you any more doubt anymore.

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When the world man you got to start getting this right check the induction you do with the parents, your kids are going to do loads of condoms, your loads of atoms will suffer. So let me explain that to you.

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We haven't think that we separate Kira from tilava Alright, there's Kira.

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Kira is recitation you do to the teacher. It's your suburb, it's your place in the Quran up to the teacher tilava Is your continuous recitation of brothers.

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Brothers fighting

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tilava Is your continuous recitation for your life, for your dunya for your power for your AP Euro for the day of judgment for your house, another good deed that's still out. We need to very clearly explain this to teach a few teachers as well as parents, and then students as well. So our children, when they get to the age of let's say 11, or 12, or something, okay, they've done the highest amount of fraud. But guess what? There they've got the SAVAK in the St. Jude's five, when they got the sub, I can choose five, we made we told them that you now recite yourself and have another sub of going on your teen hour at home. So the kid has completed his return by the age of 12. Something for

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example, then every year, we get the kids to make sure they've been at least one part time if they can't in Ramadan, or in the six week holidays, in and throughout the years, we'll be encouraging to carry on to some of our kids before they finish Makhdum they've done 1213 Huttons. And they haven't left. We've never had a hatom ceremony. I'm asking this machine, no Hukam ceremony, because the term ceremony means Daddy comes with Ambala or what traditionally done here with him, especially.

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Kashmir, yet, he can't be that everyone's happy and most happiest is his cave. Because he's thinking that I'm not gonna come tomorrow, you've just done the worst damage for the kid because now the kids going to be on the streets and given their home wasting his time, he needs the education overlay as far as you can take him, okay? Now, let them thing, just abolish it, have whatever else you want to in terms of the end of your graduation interview, whatever it is fine with no Huttons specifically for finishing the Huffman Quran, because we want to eliminate that it's caused a lot of damage. The other thing that most matters is that they just wanted the kids to learn a little bit of Salah a

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little bit, a few few things and let them go no, in with the suffer syllabus, we have made a massive difference to all of that. Okay, and I'm going to go into this in a very short while, there's a couple of other things I need to say before I go into what's behind this, and why we placed in how we face them. So the next thing is this book, the teachers that you're going to employ, please make sure you've done your proper checks on those teachers. When I say proper checks, I mean, the checks of what quality are they bringing to your market? Don't just bring anybody, anyone who's saying Zaldy cap Zanuka then all of your students are going to say Zuleika.

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Anyone who's going to read the Quran with like, let's say,

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I don't know, you know, I'm trying to think of a word.

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Okay, yet that room yet down with a young Darwin? Why do you think we have doubled? Is there's there's a couple of reasons or the same Zuleika? Why are they doing that? It is because of either the teacher that is teaching at your place, which is the worst case scenario? Or is because of a parent at home who's teaching them or is a grandmother or grandfather, someone at home? Who's teaching them that way. You have to tell the parents they can't teach at home at Summer Academy with that tells me we've got all the parts recorded. It's on YouTube, just go to suffer Academy in YouTube. And you're gonna see the whole of Usama recorded the whole of our pie that pronounced

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professionally recorded the whole of our rules of Tajweed professional recording so at home, they can sit there and they can they can just listen to it from YouTube and then they can come back and say probably to you so your teachers have to have some of the best teachers we don't forget that not only that, if you bring teachers in what I do in software Academy is I look for team play.

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A lot of math heads get this wrong, then they complain. Why are my teachers not so motivated? Why the teachers not? You know, there are a lot of complaints when the teachers, I tell her how to do it.

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Interview, can you assess to see whether they are team players, what does that mean? That means that they're not just going to come teach for their own sake, they're going to teach as a team, they're going to be blending together as a team helping each other as a team trying to make the mark of a success together. Okay, there's a certain type by the first sample you will learn about football teams, you sometimes get these

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football players that are very stingy they never pass the ball to anybody else for them

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because some of them right now playing and I've heard them on my journey, right? Boy, if I said it when I head into the Nike, he's gonna run around with that ball and he's gonna go this way down but he wants to score himself and we know the chances are very low that he's gonna score himself. If you're a team player, you pass the ball if you score you score, but that's not what the team is doing. You do have the team so you get the sense on the number one graduates you know there are a lot of mothers are number one graduates mashallah number two, some of them are very good mashallah, don't get me wrong. Some of them just simple themselves, some of them who just come to your doctor

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for a little while and go, I look for long term people. So I want the president My motto is going to be long term. Is she gonna be long term? Are they do they know that the drill probably do they know the standard studies? Probably? Do they know the contents? Probably? And what about the delivery? Give them a lesson, give them some kind of trial, give them a few lessons, see how they do not if they need training, we give them training ourselves. But we will not accept certain teachers that can't perform properly. You can be the legislators in other words, in other words,

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you can be the most fantastic Buhari teacher, but you failed.

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You can be the most fantastic either teacher, but you will fail to teach Buhari has everyone agree with me? Yes or no? Yes. Everyone's got a field. I need a teacher for these books. Maybe I need a teacher for year two students. They're seven years old. I need teacher, a teacher, a seven year old. If a guy comes in and speaks to several like this. Everyone said thank you letters from the book and that I want all pay attention. And if these guys are talking about this for the next hour, next week, next month, next year, I'm sorry, it's gonna be in Finnish. But if the same guy goes into Buhari, and he sits down and says this ID has been quoted by one of them will not be from Sol Sol

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Sol Sol. And it's totally like this, the people who are adults who are here to listen to science, how they are going to listen to him, because he's a senior person, a person who's got the authority among the speaker slowly, but this is the place to speak slowly. These are adults who sometimes you need teachers for the certain years you want them to be so get the right teachers. Another thing that you want to look at is get them all have the same background. Same background, don't drink people from different backgrounds in the masjid. If you're Deobandi, let them all get open, if you from set Arcada. All on from says that it's really important. Everyone needs to be on the same page.

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Okay, what do you do next? Let's say you've got your team ready? Well, we have Louise to go up and down the country. We used to go up and down the country. We went all the way from Scotland, all the way down south of England, delivering teacher training. And when I say teach train the whole day teach training needs to do to to within two days teach training 10 hours delivery a week we've done in many cities across the whole of the UK, then we found that there's too much demand. So what we then did is we sat down a few years back, we made professional recording of our entire teacher training is about 12 hours approximately. It explains everything now what kinds of things are in

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there. The things are in there is how you set up a class for example, we all these things can go through 12 hours, professionally recorded and the best thing I'm going to say to you for all you Bradford Bradford it is MUFA man

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in Omaha this

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free, Magna, free it's all free for you. If you go to suffer publications.org Just put in the put in Google just to suffer teacher training will take you to the site. Just register with your email. You get 12 hours of free content. Things like how do we set up a class how

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To prepare for a lesson, what are the things you need to prepare for a lesson? How do you do management in the lesson? How do you control the class? I can't cover all of this inside inside these this couple of hours about here. Okay? How do you teach the either every step, step by step? How do you teach the alphabet? There's a training on how to check. Because I know the answer is no, there's no there's a difference between a guy who knows how to do it and a guy who teach how to do. So let me give you another example. You can get a sportsman

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let's say a football player again. But the football player, not all football players can be football managers.

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yes, manager, someone who's going to train them is somebody totally different. A person who knows how to read Quran cannot always be a person who knows how to teach the Quran, the two separate things. So now, teachers grew up qualified Alima Alima Alima, you know, the opposite. They all need training, please get your staff to go through our 12 hours of teacher training. Now, those 12 hours is going to be heavy at the beginning, what you need to do, you need to take it easy just to one hour a week approximately or just one little part a week. So take techniques to cover it. But when you do these investment recoveries, this don't only teach has gone to TVs, they won't do it. Our

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experience upon other countries, any matter who tells us to stop, go and do it, go and learn it go and see, watch it, they'll watch it, they will be they'll switch off, okay, you need to say okay, next week, we're going to have a review. This is the Emir of the McTague, the head of the victim PSATs. We're going to review and give you a we're going to have a discussion. And we're going to have a we're going to have a whole session on what we learned. So this is one hour. This tells tells you how to change the pie that I want everyone to see this week, take all your notes. At the end of the week, you're going to have a whole review and discussion on this like that every week to another

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hour every other week, do another 40 minutes do another some sessions are like one and a half hours on assumption sessions a half an hour. So it's up to you every week, give him a task. Every everyone takes the notes and the head of the month of sit with them and make sure that they've gone through it. That's the best way you're gonna get your teachers to do the free movement MUFA of teacher training, okay, because everybody wants loves the word more of that they use it after that anyway. Now, what's the next thing that you do? The next thing is how do you set up your classes? Most victims get this wrong. We go on our website, many timetables you need to go there and learn how to

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set up those things. Now, let me tell you a key thing which most mattresses don't do, which we do and only when you speak about this Ah Is that how you get it done? So what we do is this all our teachers have to be able to teach

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that we either Zama Tajweed Quran all our teachers have to be qualified them all our teachers have to be qualified in all the Islamic Studies books so all these the Senate books they all have to be ready to take whichever book we give them now not acquire the teacher doesn't have to necessarily teach Quran five but the Quran teacher you let him know how to teach the guy that exam and so on. Okay, so the smallest one is Pilar every teacher will not teach either. Some who mean God will know how to teach the guy that does ama some have moved on from there they'll know how to teach the Python to some until we book some will move on today will know the full thing which is tied to that

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read book and the Quran and that's the highest teacher that we have are all of them more or less will be teaching something in one of these books is understood. Our second thing is is timing studies. And his sermon studies we've got at the moment eight books okay, there's eight textbooks. There's eight workbooks to go with that there's a teacher guides to go with that. Each thing comes with a textbook. It's gonna come with a workbook which in which the students are going to do and then you're going to find something like a whole Teacher's Guide is a teacher's guide and the teacher needs to have this to know how to teach you week by week everything has been planned out

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mapped out is all there all you have to do is to be bothered for the dirt to do

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you guys understand the truck you fall foundation is what

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you found this index what tell me

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and the first IATA Red Bull was not Accra, the biggest problem, especially more ways

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Follow us because more or less know too much sometimes. They know so much that can come in a lesson unprepared and started by and

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you got to understand that the subject of the lesson was to do with, let's say, proving the existence of God. monana didn't know butanna was a little prepared. He knows he's going to teach us so he walks in the class, he starts to buy on something, just because he hasn't prepared for it. When Allah walks in a class, what does he do? He's got no Brianne prepared, and he hasn't read how to teach that lesson. So he's just gonna tell us the students for one hour.

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You guys understand?

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You guys, you guys, you guys understand? I don't have we don't have any of that stuff in America. Why? Because

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our, the way I want to brother listen to this carefully because this is a structure you need to get right. You teach us let's say you've got 12 teachers, for argument's sake, you've got 12 teachers.

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You handle the teachers that let's call him the emir, your head of the teachers, he has to be someone who has no teaching duties. His duties are not to teach his duties or to manage the teaching. So every week, all the cloud teachers have to submit to Him. This is what I'm going to do for this lesson. This is what I've prepared in advance they send send it to him, he sees it. Sometimes he might go back to him and say you need to change this, you need to change that. You know, I need to see some differences in your delivery. Everything is in here. The whole lesson can visit here, your 12 hour the teacher training from the I think two hours I will tell you how to

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prepare for less than one and a half hours. Two hours I will tell you on video teacher training software Academy will tell you that you pick up the book you will suggest to you to tell you in your lesson. If you want 10 minutes on this, if you want 20 minutes on this 30 minute activities work on this, it will tell you everything with timing inside here of how to prepare the lesson. All you have to do is do a crock, you read it, you prepare it, you come to the lesson, and you've come in to deliver a smashing lesson. I tell you I'll tell you the benefits of smashing lesson in just a little while now. What is the head of the matter to the head of the doctor will tell them in the interview.

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I will walk between the lessons wherever I want to whenever I want. He will walk between the lessons. What is he looking for? You're looking for delivery. I do this myself. I've been doing this for 25 years.

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But being ahead of them after without duties I've only done this for about 15 years. Because we learned from you know we all learn from our mistakes. We learn that you know what the teachers sometimes some teacher has his phone on looking at his phone, we know what happens. Some teacher is busy busy T some teacher can't do the lesson and he hasn't started let's be saying oh you guys, you guys are learning it now. No, no learning was supposed to be homework, that's foster home who's gonna watch over this, some teachers got a stood in front of him. And the teacher doesn't know how to explain the mistakes. All of this is not teacher training. By the way anyone wants to know about

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how to find how to actually correct there's a whole method of correcting mistakes, and the head of the mucked up will go and the head of the McDo will actually look at how the teachers are teaching the head of the macdon will actually help them to teach that his job okay. Now

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another thing that you got to get ready in this structure is your administration, all your fees collecting all your parents all the registrations, all the names, emails, contacts, telling the parents went to come on the GI end the calendar day setting all of that making sure that you know kids, great codes for the kids, the whole policies in terms of the kids their allergies and all the other things that are admin related. You need another person doing that not any teacher, not any head of Moto. The whole of the budget of all of this teacher salaries head of the of the matter, the admin person buying the books, so if you can make the children pay for the books apparently for them

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was fine. But any other costs, photocopy printing, anything else you need has to come from the fees.

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You guys because we understand that. Where does that have to come from? Did you guys say Chandak

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come from fees, the fees, there's a big fight now. The biggest fight you got to come over and defeat everybody wants one pound fish come on.

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Buddy, Buddy. Good luck complaining. My friend.

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Even the fish is saying to you don't sell me for a pound

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everything's gonna if I'm Brexit as well, I used to say this few years but now you've got Brexit. We've got interest rates, we've got inflation, we've got a recession coming up, we've got every price going up. Are you still telling me you're gonna run with the fees that are 20 years ago? 30 years? Not. If you are, everything I said is never gonna work. Look, guys, you have to put good fees up, pay your teachers Good. Have all the resources for all of this, and your parents will agree. Why? Because all these parents have either got Netflix or they've got Disney plus, or the playing F they're paying for a new 35 pound game on PS five, or the 50 pound game on PS five or X Box. They're

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paying for this every single month. Without a sky sky plus sky the sky whatever the leaves on the sky, and the can't pay you on the ground.

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You got these guys gotta? Yes, guys, are you with me? So no,

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you need to do this whole thing. Look, your parents need to understand we have to do this. In the beginning of October, you have to take some donations to get out not have to run. It's a complete shambles.

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Because you're trying to get money from outside, you can't run your back properly. You can't buy all the resources you want. You can't have all these facilities you want. And you're still doing the small you know, I'm pleased no cash payments, get all this out. I don't know people live in another world. Everything's automatic. Now we have a system where you can online system, you can get it automatically. The Masjid needs to give them a separate

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bank account where they have the money is coming automatically direct debit. Anyway, that's the whole story. Let me get down to the teachers again. Right now. Teachers are delivering, you've got things that are planned for the whole year. Okay, now, what's the next thing? The next thing is this whole syllabus that we put in front of what's behind this? To understand this, you got to understand the history in the making. And again, I'm going to try and put it very, very briefly to you. So I went to the doctor, when I was in the 80s. Anyone who was in the 80s in the UK, new markets have had jaql for you know, as we saw today had nothing at all. Okay, some mock ups were very fortunate to

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have like, I don't know, there was that Wulan subwords book, Islamic teaching right and some other math in English that is most doctors will either do some other Bangla some other thing imported from another country, we have that okay, we learned a few things, few drivers will probably never going to remember us in our lives. But anyway, you went through the system, you finish Okay, fine. Then came then came the whole personal series that came from South Africa, this country now. Again, the same series had its presence in the UK is done very well in the UK for its time, but unfortunately, it hasn't actually lived up moving along with the times. That's why a lot of most places in the UK

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have abandoned it for other syllabi in the 90s when I was studying in that room for let's say, a first I was induced degree for about four years. Then I went to Nottingham Tamala command someplace for four years. Then I went to Bangladesh to Prakash agilon. From there I put my I got my store I got my final gear done. And that was in 1997. Now, in the four years I was with mana commands on the mother's side a wonderful teacher off other hand, who was from older and very elderly wonderful Buzu wali of Allah student of manga Hussain Ahmed, another name for him Allah, he got fired from Durban in 1949. Okay, he was a wonderful, wonderful person. Anyone wants to listen about him, I got to talk

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on YouTube is called My inspiration. My greatest teacher, just check that out. It's a two hour video you will know about how much of the weekend is given. But he's the one who told me Hey, when I was here as a student, he said hasn't he said, and this is the reality and I want everyone to listen to this carefully. He said 99% of the community will never come and study in a data alone to become an island. only less than 1% less than 1% will come to the to the Madison that's not even 1% less than 1% Is that true? Yes or no?

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Okay, it said when you're in a madrasah, you get so much you get Hadith, you get a Quran you're getting tarbiyah you're getting your whole your development done. You've got your nose, you've got the you've got the books that are telling you about the zero the Proxima

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But the books are telling you about the fifth and do's and don'ts and you got that you got the Hadith that just melt your heart to see and so on so forth. Okay, all that is in front of us. He said, Wouldn't it be wonderful? Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could create a syllabus that takes the best of all the highly media books, takes the free from everything. We put it into books for children, yet we put it into books for children, and we give it to them. Now a lot of discussions I've had with the husband. So how's that and his vision is behind the syllabus. So why he said to me is this, he said hazardous alone, because he's seen the other syllabi that is out there. He said

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what did he say? He said don't separate the FIP from the Aqeedah from the beliefs and separate the the Horschel itself isn't going to suit Allah said Allah Azza wa he taught salah, he taught the Sahaba in one go, how to do the salah drill or how to actually do the salah part with raising their hands and tying their hands. He taught them what to say in Salah. But he also taught them the horseshoe of salaam, the devotion to Salah one go there's no separate thing Have you go over there to learn the horseshoe. I teach you that many years later, just learn the fear of Salah or just learn how to say what's in Salah Am I right or am I wrong? Am I right or wrong coming through. In

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fact the same time he gave me a for de la sala he told them the virtues of Salah so daily he was telling them what they will get for Salah he told him how he showed her how to get the show on the devotion salah. He showed her how to pray he showed how to add to the world all of them in one dog. He said the syllabus we need to make nice to have all of this they're side by side. When you teach fifth of let's say the hara or something when you teach the Fit side by side put the iron the iron

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put the Hadith in small Hadith children need to understand that is from Allah and His Messenger Salah we did this, put the four data put the reward to Ghana get down to motivated so for example Salah we're going to do and then you put that he said that I remember particularly saying saying the Hadith in Sahih Muslim where it says when you read fat to her insula you said hungry dialogue gallery and Allah says Hamadani Abdi My servant has praised me he said put that hadith put that whole Hadith and the contents of the Hadith right next to where they learning how to read Surah Fatiha Are you guys are you guys

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are low guys. I was getting late morning or you wouldn't be alone.

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Okay, now, we're going to do that. But he said, he said, Hassan, he said when you get the syllabus done, okay. It has to he told me specifically it has to be done in the English language. Why that time, you know a lot of who was running in the 90s because he believed it needs to be for the people who we are delivering it to these kids. They're more English than Bangla. The more English than, you know, more Mr. Mongolia, more English than being the speaking who do we know that as a fact and don't try and hide? Right? They need an English medium for the delivery. On top of that, the telopea element. The elements were for example, he said to me, he said Shaohua Lila Lally. His book has

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totally valid. It has got a lot of content, why we do the things we do. sha Allah in his time, Rahim Allah, he saw a lot of people with questioning he stuck because they said, Why did you do this? Why does it do that for what's the benefit in that? What's the benefit in this window, they can get all sorts of questions and show when you learn. find as many ahaadeeth you code that tells you the reason behind why we do the things we do first, a very simple thing. Why do we clean our nose when we didn't go do what is cleaner or like you think about it like I'm not going to clean my nose was supposed to know what to do with the pillow question this. So he found the Hadith where Rasul Allah

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Allah has said, in the nighttime, you see, the shaytan sits at your nostrils

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and you'll sit there over to morning and the reason why you renting you know, because you're taking away the authority and then effects of Shake, shake up away from yourself. Because so many dentists, why are you washing your arms? He bought the Hadith, where as soon as Allah has me, we said, when a person does will do and they wash their arms, every sin, they're committed with their hands, those sins are washed away.

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And now when you go to salon you go

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cinemas for Santa Ana Wow. When you listen to that you think wow, I want to do right. Why are we what are we gonna get asked to do? He bought the Hadith. Once you say I shall do Allah Allah Allah Allah

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Allah Allah I shall never heard that I'm doing a solo and Allah we don't even

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have a hearing I after your will do then all eight to eight those of Jana gonna open for you. Every one of these things I've just said in the books where you're gonna find sort of Fatah ha You can find that hadith about part 240 la Fatiha you're going to find will do you're going to find the whole for data about saying that GPA and all a both of them are going to open up for you. He said these kids when they had this holistic thing, he explained this, he said look, when Rasulullah sallallahu, the dean, everything was together, there was no such thing as fair. And all these things came later on there's a separate field separate Arcada separately separate that I understand that is

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that, but he said when he told the dean, he was put in one whole unit He came as a company can as a whole contract thing. Now, later on the Imants had to never so much to learn, they make a whole chapter for fit, they made a home pay for it that he made the home, we all understand that. But when we changing these kids, we need to teach them in a way that it all blends in now you're going to crush him today you're gonna say well will the children won't know what things they learn or fifth, of course, they're gonna know, you go to any of our books, okay? If you look at the beginning contents, everything has been explained to you right at the beginning, where you can see these and

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if you can see these color coded things in the contents where the green is showing you Cyril, the orange is going to show you the fifth the blue is going to show you the AKI that is all there. If you turn to the back of the book intended the entire series How you doing it, how the structure is going to entire map at the back. I can't do that how I wish I had started probably like a long pitch training but in the short time that I got if I had a projector behind me I will show you on the board Anyway, the thing is they will do all the fit somebody will say that several books don't have enough faith right that is a complete ignorance of the books. So what I do when I when I when I

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compile the structure, what did I do to try and get this done? As engages mashallah, who's telling me Do you like this? Do you like that? Do you like this input is up fine. I sat in this was the good new start. The McCabe was 1998 we wanted to we want to do this thing again and again. But in the end look proper sitting down, I sat with all the ducks in his army books. I went through all the contents, I sat with so many books that are outside that citizen. I went through those books, our books through books of Cyril, books of CRC books up also fake books or fake books of a hadith and books of Hadith books on you know, I'm br stories, I went through some things to contents, contents

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contents, just titles, the titles of the contents that we wanted to put in the syllabus became 55 pages of a4, the status, the title, or not even the content, then we had to put meat to the skeleton. So we have to then write up documents. We then tested them in class. We tested them for several years before they can come to you in a book form like this. Many, many years have taken place in the development from 2002 to 2010. We were working on this and the first black and white copies came in 2010 2011 by 2012. We're working on that color copies by 2013 14. We move on to several other illustrations. So we bought illustrations inside our books. And again, look, one thing

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hazard said to me, he said and I want to I want you to listen to this.

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We have a lot of our students who leave maktab, madrasa. They go to university they go to college, suddenly they become Salafi. Solomon Quran, sunnah, Quran, sunnah and someone tells them that your Hanafi ism is not the right thing. You don't don't do Quran, sunnah you've got the most Greek is the ideal. We've got to hire a new candlestick maker this book.

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That guy comes to you and says, I

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got ahimsa. So what was the answer? Listen, whenever you've put those things in there, put the reference.

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If you look at our books, you will find the references everything has been authenticated. And presented in a Quran sunnah way the whole series is Hanafy the whole thing is going to be shooting

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straight from the Quran is straight from the from the Sunnah of the Prophet of Allah. Why? Because our kids if they can have

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salaries telling them that, you know, Quran, sunnah, and you're not should not follow 100 for them, they need to be proud to say, You know what, whatever books I did, there were references we did it from we did it from the sources is this is our our heritage. Okay, so now

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another part of it, which a lot of syllabi have not done

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wonderful things have said that the modern age needs to be looked at.

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So what have we done? We have studied and we're still studying as I'm speaking with several groups on telegram where we constantly update ourselves with what's going on in the news, what's going on in the government? What's going on in the governments of the world? What's happening with the CTS bill? What's happening with the offset? What's happening with the latest development in the Ofsted? You know, the the qualification that they actually need? What are the changes that happened in that what's happened in the media? What's happening in the media? What's the latest with the LGBT? What's the latest with this movement, that movement? What are they doing with the media, how they're

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shifting the people's thoughts? What's happening with liberal democracy? How are they shaping people's minds to that all of that we're reading, we might the team that, that we've got behind this, every person is an ally. And every person has got a certificate, and a an a degree from University as well. The reason why we did this, I've got my degree in education psychology, I've also got my IDP certificate. The reason why we chose this team is because we wanted people who understand both sides, not just one side, and tell him where he is and why all our books slip in the in the tie, and come from Rasulullah sallallahu, whose time time is the tabulating time of the

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Sahaba time of the IMA all our books are heavily they are influenced in that but at the same time, all our books will give you and will incorporate for the children to live all of these in a modern world. That's been our aim. That's actually our whole aim of Summer Academy was we want them to be blended in all of the traditional teachings. But at the same time, we want them to know the modern world. So for example,

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you won't find syllabi are out there. That is targeting the age by age. I'll give you I'll give you one example right now.

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One thing is our children are have God in their schools because not all our children are going to Muslim schools. Am I correct to say that?

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Not all schools. Most of our children are having our E or RS lessons, religious studies, lessons outside 80% of the UK, religious studies, teachers in schools are atheists 80% They are heavy pushing the agenda of no God. No messenger, No book, no religion, religion is backward. Religion is something made up Jana Johanna Misaki fantasy. The people did this to control people, the priests did this to control the minds of people. That's what they have been pushing in our system out there. We have studied that in our books, as soon as they're reaching that just before that in amplitude, see something that does clearly contradict now. We've got enough good seven, a whole thing 10

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reasons for them 10 whole reason to, for them to believe Islam is the true religion, from the Quran, from the Sunnah, you've got to open up to see invoke eight, because this is the time of secondary school, they're going to get bombarded by all of these things in here, evolution straightaway take your head off and giving the proper perspective not saying it's all wrong. No, we believe there's an evolution we believe that there is a natural, you know, evolvement that is going on on the earth. Yes. But at the same time, we will reject one facet part of you, which is everything came out of nothing. And nothing is is a big difference between science and scientism. And again, you're gonna

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have to read up on this to find out what is science and scientists. Science is a process of trying to verify something. You have apparatus, you have a scientific method, you have something to prove you have a you know hypotheses, you'll end up with a conclusion, but it's just a process. scientism is a whole movement to deny religion.

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in any form or shape, and that's the thing that we need to take head on. Now, in our books, we give them the ability to be strong enough to in the lesson in the matter, they are debating how to prove the existence of God. And men of God, much of this material is here. That's just one aspect of it. Another one, I'll give you, the modern world, the YouTube videos that are moving the mind of the child, you've got the modern world will selfies that are at the forefront of every child games, Internet technology, in various parts of our syllabus, we've, we've got down to that. And we've addressed them with this module, though. You've got many Islamaphobia. Again, another whole massive

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thing happening at the moment, most syllabi as far as I know, they're not even they're not covering it. But don't think we're just covering this. There was a recent study done. I don't know what the recent recent one, but I'm talking about a couple of years back and some great ally. You know, they're gonna be scholar he said.

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I think he, I think moved to Turkey was even in that gathering as well. And they said, We need to have our syllabus, mentioning the poison of cardio aneurysm. And cardio is

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the group that believes that miserable, I'm cardio animals that profit.

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And that group said, Yes, we need to do it, we need to get because none of them have been one person said, there's a syllabus of our characters got it.

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They turned on to the page. And then shortly we have this years back, why, you know, when I sat down and looked at all those books, that came up as well, that came up because I went through the whole thing about signs of the last hour, and the size of the last hour, the whole thing about the job comes up. And one of the thing that John's gonna do, he's gonna claim to be a prophet. And then I thought, You know what, and also in the book from the library, I've got a whole her journalism books was there. I said, Okay, put that inside there. I will put it there. 1520 years back being in there.

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There's many aspects only if you go inside there and you look for it, you want to see you see now most people when they see these books are gonna see Wow, now there's a there's a there's writing here, there's language, you know, this language. It's been edited by teachers who taught in primary schools for at least 10 years. One of our editors, is a woman, Masha, Allah, may Allah bless her, she's induced, to the moment with our contact with the people we've involved in. This is not just the team that wrote the books, we have a wide range that we've consulted. One of them for the language itself is we have got and several agents about not only this woman in this group, she's

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taught in primary school for 10 years, she pointed out yet to won't be able to do these words, yet three won't be able to read these words, year four, year five and six, she went through the entire thing. And hamdullah we've had language editors to see the flow of the language. Not only that, the way the whole thing has been structured.

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It's been structured that a student will have the complete full cycle of the we're talking about Quran, sunnah, Hadith, Sera Aqeedah. Fit. We're talking about the Tobia, the spirituality, we've got a huge selection of spirituality control. This is why one of our friends have told me a whole massive part of our DNA has been the persona of it's a massive part of it. And there's a massive set every single part wherever we can, we've we've put that in there. Now.

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When you teach, for example, you're going to teach that the either or the 10th week or the or the third week lessons. We've restructured the whole thing what did we do we took 10 of the best spiders that are out there 10 of the best ones. I want to I'm talking about your Astronaut Tom I am I'm talking about your Nadia either from Bangladesh, Cambodia, either, I'm talking about Yahoo, Ronnie either, I'm talking about all of them. 10 of the best ones you can find in the market. I'm talking about the year early 2000s. I sat down, a team sat down, we studied all of them. Then we started to work out what are the gaps that all of these guys have every single guy that had gaps. This one

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doesn't have the similar letters, but that one does. So for example, us on kawaii doesn't have a page or two pages with all caps. What that

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similarities sack so one is sack so the other one sock sock monkey listen to my ear

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Pronunciation All right, what you're gonna say to me Well okay, Melissa, okay, okay pronounce it you know what I myself after doing the full Island course, we have employed Atari palisade from Leicester. Some of you might know him. He comes every other week down to suffer Academy. He teaches the teachers he teaches the amuse, he teaches me as well, I haven't done enough. I'm still learning.

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If any of you think that the more learning you can sit back the last the day you can start going down.

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I'm still learning. And the thing is, those simulators beforehand work by themselves, we need another one. We found a pie that that says you know, words are not even Arabic. Baba naffaa Fufu daddy, whatever, why Kakuka Kiki, oh my God, I don't even know we said let's make a Kaida that is going to have only words from the Quran.

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I apply that, from beginning this the distance

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and we then studied the Quran, you got those water levels, and we worked on the different levels to get them done. So you have to have taken from state by state. For example, only letters pronounciation. Next, Next, Next part, learn how to recognize the lesson just recognize next thing, learn how to say the letters together without the Holocaust.

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Oh la la, being hard wired to stand up and pick up the speed. Next one, learn the hurricanes one by one. Next one, learn the data in the other customer data to me. So the next one, learn now the stretches. If you take them state by state, if you follow our teacher training on summer publication, not all everything they not only need you to save budget and I'm going to stress this guys. If you as a teacher, your tweet is not good. I can give you the best book in the whole of the world wherever that is or this book any other book. You never going to teach them to read properly because you yourself are reading Alhamdulillah repelled alamin

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Manjula, hey, you yourself are not reading properly so your students can only go as far as you're concerned please correct your own poetry to the best we can marshal Alhamdulillah certain mothers especially Dewsbury mothers are

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these very mothers are many of the mothers some dark selves that we do as well not only these we find the best qualified teachers of Allah when they come to you My plan is one person here Mallanna I'm saying to you that at least one person needs to be top quality that we that person make him teach all your teachers they like it they don't like you yourself as well. Yeah, like myself I'm doing the same thing you go and become this their shadow you become the student let them teach you the island it's not shameful to learn because there are many high levels of technique that you can get to and we all know this Okay, so anyway level by level that stretches and come next after that

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the joints come after that two words at a time after that let's say three words at a time after that for was a time we take them gradually you know how long we teach our either

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just students because most

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target is once

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you make it a massive mistake

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that I

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should be taught at a pace of every sin

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every student develops their their abilities at different paces. Don't try and get 15 kids together everybody

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that came on security speed is 25 miles an hour. Now the 113 or the 114 mother was 17 all in the same lesson one thing his tongue or her tongue at the age of six they can say something super sick

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at the age of six the same for

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another student you get them to say the same let me say that if

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they say the same wow they say this sorry this was supposed to say

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that rah rah rah rah has got what that day is little bouncing the cream. Rah rah rah, the combat center doesn't walk, walk. He says rabbit run rabbit to say one word in one word.

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That kid for them to develop the tongue to the palate to touch it probably to say Mike

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The age of seven might be at the age of eight. Allah has treated us differently. Allah has given us different abilities. Now you need to cater for every child as they go along. Again, a lot of this training is on several publications. Now, what what one massive thing I need to say to you before I forget is

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our Islamic Studies lessons. So these are the books that I told you about the STEM studies. These books.

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They go by the age groups, so when we enter them into the map tab, all in our in our map tab, we only start them from when they're five to six years old. This is year one that have to be school year one, then they're going to be year one and only then become to give them the year one book. Okay, begin the year one. In 10. School Year two, they're going to do this textbook year to vote for the entire year, you must follow the system why? Because they target their abilities to understanding the targets what they do in the school as well. The language level everything is harmonized with the school system that we work in this country. So that one all students are the

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same age. However,

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in our either Lesson three lesson, Quran Lesson Two the Ummah lesson.

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Students go to contra ability. So he is going to defend, you'll get one kid who will be seven years old sitting with a nine year old, because they are more or less the same kind of levels. They're moving at the same pace. When a kid moves fast and the learning Well, we've got kids and small kid, nine years old, he's sitting with maybe 12 year olds and 13 year olds in the top Quran class, it is that kid, mashallah he's got some background, some the Borg is doing at home is whizzing through the thing and is very smart, he goes to sit with them. The same happens with one of the other two things we've got is the dwarves and sural books. These are all the glass, all the souls that they need to

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learn. Again, we have a Halaqa based system for this, all of this is explained on our teacher training, it's going to be a lot for you to digest right now. But how the Hallelujah system works. Again, it's not according to age group, it's according to abilities. So students move from one group to another group, according to the drugs that they've learned and according to have a memorization capacity, that God and that's something that doesn't go with age, it goes with ability and skill. So that's a separate thing that is happening. Okay. I'm going to give you a q&a very shortly. Okay, I just want you to keep your span just a little bit more because I have to finish here by 1250. We've

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got 30 more minutes left. I've been watching you alright. Mashallah. Most of you are awake. Yeah, there's a few that are, you know, feeling a little bit dizzy at the moment. Give me a few more ministers, Spencer, and straight after that, we're going to open for q&a, because I know you're gonna have a lot of questions. Okay. Why don't I just mentioned this ability wise, because your classes and I mentioned to you before that all teachers have to teach all, less than I told you about the timetable, let me get to that beginning.

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Our system works like this. If your map is starting at five o'clock, what time is the map to

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intercept. So your map starting of five is ending at seven and you got five days a week? Yep. There's a timetable already on many time tables that are on the right, if you're gonna have a tangerine lesson, for 75 minutes, five o'clock to 615 Is your guided lesson, you do the hammer lesson and so on, you're gonna have it that long. And what you need to do is you need to have, you're going to have done maintenance throughout the whole of the week. And you're going to have like 45 minutes, one day, 45 minutes you're going to do, let's say the gods and service.

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And you're going to repeat that for another day. So let's say for example, choose days you didn't do as soon as Thursday figure is gone sooner, it's in the 45 minutes from 615 to seven o'clock.

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When it comes to 45 minutes on Mondays, and 45 minutes on Wednesdays, for example, you're going to do the Islamic Studies, right? That's when they're going to do these types of studies on Fridays, the last 45 minutes. You can carry on either with the Samsung is if you want all what you do is you can have an assembly, you can have an assembly and it's a really nice thing to have a general assembly for the kids but you don't have to you can do three days you can do the standard studies and two days you can do doggy students into 45 minutes. The first one hour 15 minutes are going to be for the Quran. Now. I forgot to tell you, how long do our students take to finish the either ours

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wouldn't take two to three years years. Boshoff to finish the pie there is a URL to the article in

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the articles on

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three years, two years to forget, you know why when you get the noise in Bangla Lamba bhakti. The lens and the shorting when you get that right in either when you get every pronunciation when I say I mean I wrote with Lou love link with every transition so when they say when they're reading one of our law is a rough our our law they're not saying that had

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that happen.

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There's no such thing as any student failing on any I'm pronunciation hyperinflation. popularization, there's no letting off, we cannot teach you training, or you learn how it's done. Okay? Now, when they take two years to finish that it you know, what you've done is not just a Tyler, then God Subhana Allah, I will say 75% of the Quran is breeding to be done.

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If you do properly, our students when they come to Tucson, math, you know how they read, we have no spelling of normal life, your spelling going on now. While for Tao, and Observatoire was something I'm allowed to shut down. And last of all, the case law, I always felt there's no need for that. And there's no need for them to make mistakes. And

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I will tell you, you know, we've done this again, and again and again. We've got students that start I will do the AMA, they start from a mindset alone. The first day they read they read like this, I'm

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writing about you and all the you noticed me do this.

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Yeah, we teach our students to do this from the IRA. There's a whole session there how to make get your breath, how to say the whole whole verse in one, one breath, all of this training in there, all you need to do is following step by step, you won't have any problems in this land, you won't have any problems with the land, the God of the island 100 They get to three books. Once I get to the three book, they're gonna learn all the rules, again, the rules we have modified it to the to the way one plus or keeping one other thing that we've done

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with our entire

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I've already said to you is all on YouTube, the recording of this, I'm going to further say to you, we've got a Medina script done. So there's a there's two scripts that you find this one is the Indo Pak script, which most of our Quran you know, the 13 that Quran that you find most generally it's in that script, we've got an entire Medina says what is that you know, the Masjid never read the Quran defined in the Arabic script of all Masjid never wait. And the Quran has been printed that we've got our entire system done in that some children prefer to do that somebody would prefer to do this. The other thing is this Duan Surah, there's an entire app that you can find in the app store for them to

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pronounce all of this. In addition to that,

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we've got a whole resources site on our website is that additional resources that we've got, we've got a teacher toolkit, this teacher toolkit has got resources, from teachers all over the world, right. So anyone in the world across the world who's come across with a wonderful lesson planning, they'll send it to our team, our team will assess it, and if they feel is good, then put it onto our website. This is for you, again, three for you to use. On top of that, I'm going to I'm going to be telling moving by to come to the front is a very, very short while and he's going to tell you just very briefly about the whole system we working on a distance learning platform. This is an online

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system we're working that goes hand in hand with watching God so what I'm going to do it because the time is 11 just I'm going to ask you five minutes to talk about that. Yeah, one last opportunity to talk about that straight after that q&a, and then we're going to end up towards 50 Inshallah, so please stay seated, you know, the q&a.

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Thank you, guys.

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Does it mean for me to share a stage with Blender scholars here on the show has asked me just to share a few words about the online distance learning platform that surfer had been developing for the best part of over three years. For hamdulillah the things the chef has mentioned about the textbook, the workbook, the teachers guides, the resources. It's all there to make

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cuz it's so much more easier for those stats for the AP class for the islands of the monuments to teach in Muslims to make it easier for them because they all have very busy lives. And it's sometimes really hard to plan. So we put everything together, chefs mentioned Alhamdulillah, that sort of kicked me off from suffer and the team has been around for many, many years of Hungary law. Now, what's happened is we're seeing so many more of our children who are accessing Islamic learning via online portals via YouTube or via other mediums. And we have to get with the times and try and provide resources so that our children, not only are they getting quality education in the midterms,

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which inshallah economic strain and many others are doing well, also at home, the children and the parents can access quality education. So Hamdulillah, we've been working on something as I mentioned, three years, it's a new online learning platform called Journey to jannah inshallah will be released very soon, there's so much more work happening behind the scenes for every lesson that is in our primary syllabus. from year one to year six, textbook, one to six has been animated with activities, exercises, there's going to be gamification, for those of you who do a lot of gamification, there's going to be encouragement for them to practice the Quran and look it, they're

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gonna get avatars. It's like why would children who will receive when they're in school or inshallah even better than that? So ultimately, what I'd like to say is, it's trying to keep up I should have mentioned, we need to provide Islamic education for the current students that we have, but also for the future students that are going to be growing from our families within our communities. So it's a full online learning platform. So now it may be Nico Masha Masha Allah, they may have a 50 minute or many of the mistakes or madrasahs, they may have a 50 minute Islamic studies lesson, for instance. So for a teacher to deliver 50 minutes, if they've prepared a Hamdulillah, a really good teacher may

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not even need resources, because there's so good they've prepared. But what we've also realized is we want to provide resources to help teachers deliver. So maybe in a lesson of say Adam Alayhis Salam or a specific fake lesson, the teacher will explain 510 minutes what the lesson is about what they call like the lesson starter, the objective of the lesson. And in that, Melissa, if they have a smartboard, or a projector, we've created lessons, activities, quizzes in such a fun engaging way that the teacher can say, teacher can stand back, the best teachers, the best schools and outstanding lesson is where the students sort of take over, the teacher can take a step back, and

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the students will go on to the screen, they learn about the spirit lesson, and they're doing all these activities and games as a group, so that they can master that topic, then what's even better is they can take that home and work with their siblings and with their parents inshallah. So in this show, I wish I could have shared this with you, when we spoke to Mr. Jarvis is that this is a new institute. Inshallah, once it's fully ready, we can have a much more detailed session on this where we can showcase the platform is still working behind the scenes, we asked you to make dua for the project, there's a massive team behind it. I'm not sure if she would want me to mention it. Well, in

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terms of how much time effort financial outlay has been taken on it. It's, it's massive. And the reason being is we need to provide resources for our students in the best quality way that they will look at it and think, mashallah, this is wonderful. So if you have a look at our textbook, seven and our textbook eight, that was on the table, I think the sisters have it in the back as well, just by opening up that book, you will see, every single illustration is custom made, we could have chosen to just put stock image exception, but it's custom made so that our children when they open up their books in schools, they have the best resources, why should they not be that when they come to the

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madrasahs they also feel really proud of a really wonderfully designed, developed research articular resource, and now we've Inshallah, with your donors with the support of the team hamdulillah we've been working on this and we can show you our online platform in probably about a month or so's time inshallah. So it's probably like the first time I think we've sort of announced this and here so mashallah Bradford, you know, you because of the water can we can announce that, but make dua for us, but ultimately, we are not looking to replace the teacher suffered Academy and sheperson mentioned this many times. Teaching doesn't happen just from key tabs or by online. It has to be

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from the teacher to the student, that software has to be there. But what we all

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All you have to know is unless we have the best resources, the quality resources, our children won't be engaged. So we need a blended learning model of teacher to student who also resources that can really captivate the students minds inshallah. So make dua for us

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it's gonna be called Journey to Jana sort of independent to suffer boys, the whole suffer team who have worked towards it, whether you're using the separate syllabus or not, it doesn't make a difference. You as a parent, you can use it even an adult can learn from it as well. Inshallah, we hope when you do see it, it will be something that you will, you know, make law for us supporters inshallah. So, yeah, with that said, I'll hand over to Chef Inshallah, and then we'll take q&a, I believe we've got some questions on this, this and then.

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Okay, so we'll take

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one at a time from the system.

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what does the teacher do when they are feeling spiritually alone disconnected, we actually have a whole system with our list you don't have to do. But we actually have a system where teachers have to come in 15 minutes early, to actually get paid for it as well. It will pay for itself, but it's a therapy session for the teachers in that we do the spirituality for the, for the teachers in that if there's any announcements to be made for the for the teaching classes someone has spent in there, but they would actually go through the you know, with our teachers, we actually made them learn all the paths in the blog books. We made our teachers go through all of this, you will be surprised.

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Some of the teachers don't know it. Not only that we made them learn the formula, the whole virtue of what you're going to get if you say, We made them learn that as well, that motivates the teachers will learn when they learned themselves, then it's going to be something different than then the teacher is going to be both prepared. Look, guys, if we're if I'm not going to do my god, sunnah waka, and I'm teaching my students to do darsena Very unlikely my teachers are going to my students I'm teaching so what I'm telling my students to do it very unlikely my students are going to follow me.

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Because I'm not I haven't, I haven't got my own practice of it. So we as teachers need to do that. As teachers, we need to always have more of these, we need to have people above us, we need to also be be under the supervision vision of others. And we need to be under the guidance so that we can always improve. So that's something upon you, any male member member here has got a question you can raise your hand and you can ask him

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kind of series this is a challenging topic to teach. How do you keep the teachers motivated to start from yours?

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The teacher mode will also use the teacher in the teacher itself.

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It is also the highlight of the person for the first sentence of the guide is very difficult to teach. As from a teacher's perspective, how do you keep the teacher to be motivated to teach them you know, if you told me which one would I prefer, I teach I prefer Python. I always prefer teaching the Python over the Quran.

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Why? Because I hate it. When a student comes to me they read the Quran and this damage

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does and necessary damage and long term damage. One thing I said in the beginning is when a building already done now you to dig up and get the pipes out. It's a massive work if you get the pipes done first time, right? Everything's really cool and up. Same thing with that week. If you give me students with a pie that I'm very happy with students, if a teacher tells you that I'm not really happy to teach the either I mean, they don't understand what they're doing. I can do nothing.

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Because motivation for Haida is the fact that

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when we were in our Buhari lesson in Bangladesh, we graduated the day he graduated, one of the teachers said one of the teachers was there. No teachers gave a little speech. One of the teachers said in his five minutes, he said your main teacher is not here today.

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main feature is the ability to write is here multiple it so there will seem to what is the main teacher he said. Your main teacher is the one who taught to Alice batha.

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And we're wondering why he said the reason is because if he never taught to Alibaba, you'd never come to Buhari.

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You never become an ally. You never been a heartless you never be anything else. Most reward anyone takes is the kind of teacher Ya Allah.

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If you don't want to lecture the Quran is how much you're consuming. Come on, guys, tell me, tell me right tell you. The Arabic alphabet has got 2829 letters, depending how you look at it, right?

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2800, you will just tell now, every time that that kid is going to say, for example, he's going to say he has three letters there that you want to get stuck there. Find the teacher. Now, let me move to four. When the student goes to do the AMA, and the students read the Quran, do you think Allah is going to deprive the Chi the teacher from the reward of teaching him the depth, and teaching in the lens of the letters, the PI, the teacher gets everything, the Quran teacher, he gets the reward of perfecting the poetry, he gets a reward of the Hoonah you can, he gets a reward for that he gets the reward for those long months. And I don't think that that either teacher never taught, but I'm

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telling you the time that teacher Subhanallah get not only when they read the Quran, every time they read Salah because the teacher gets a reward for that. Give me the Kaiser 100 times I want to take you by don't understand the virtue of of the guy that because you're getting the reward for that kid until he dies. And only that, you know, the best thing about that is anyone who this student of yours is going to teach. You're going to get into that as well. And your pronunciation for you to say cough or okay you save the student from saying cat cookie if he says all if he says only LA. The Quran says bone marrow Busaba to

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ask the question, Who is the Lord who is the sustainer of the heavens of the earth? And Allah Himself replies, fully, let's say it is Allah. If at that moment, you say cough

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kumara Busan eat the one who is the Lord of the heavens of the earth. Could Allah eat Allah Now when

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you save the student from making such mistakes? Allah is happy with even if you start in Allah's word, you can mostly be what I mean, honestly, if you give that for the law, and after that they want to teach something else that you know what you want to say to them, go back to basics and whoever you want, right, because you got most people for the argument that Buhari teaches words, and he was absolutely right. The most important teacher is yokai, the teacher, because he's the one that's given the base of everything else you're going to have. Anyway, another question we'll take from the sisters.

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So I have students have different levels of crime ranging from ages eight to 13. How do I cater for each level? How do I structure is in the timeframe? So look, as I said to you, your students, okay, your students are going to do the kinda surgery, do the AMA Khurana one time, everybody. So at five o'clock, when you teach you start to map them all the way to 615. All the whole muck that is going to be doing Quran, or do the AMA, or the tweet of either has ever understood that? Yep. Now in that what you do is you can now shift kids around, you can say, Okay, this kid is leveled obtusa. Let's put him into the juicer hammer lessons. That kid is good for the tweet. He's done. All of that.

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Let's move on doesn't matter about the age, you shoot them there. Because they're golden according to abilities right now, it makes it very easy for you to organize your lessons. You don't have to say, well, I've got an eight year old and I've got a 13 year old, there's no there's no problem. Because they're eight year old if you feel that he's not that advanced. He's either put him in the fight the lesson to 13 year old is in Quran, take him out, put him in the Quran. Listen, you've got 100 kids here, you can shift them around. Okay, so that's the beauty of teaching everything together.

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Okay, one of the main please, questions.

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We know,

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what's the best arrangement of seating, the audience style or

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so again, on a teacher training, it's all there. But I'll give you a very brief answer for that. We normally say put your students in a place where you can see all of them 100% From beginning of the lesson to the end of the lesson.

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That's the method. So now, I can have a whole sort of square like an almost like a free kind of almost like square and being the person in the middle here. But I need to see this person that doesn't have all of their mouths that faces at times. I can have around. I can have them sitting just like you are right now. But if they sit like that I need to be able to see everyone's face all the time even when the person has come to sit and read to me and to be

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To see everyone's face again, look at our teacher training we tell you not to make students, all of them come in front of you. And they're all lining up and half of the faces you can't see, you need to be here to find out how to manage his classmates or on the online so please go through that.

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Okay, so, sis is asking what reward system do you suggest we have many reward systems. So

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we try many things out. If you look at our one of the best things to do is make charts.

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For example,

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you want to do the charts. For all the drawers and sewers, make a big chart, put it on the wall, put students thing on the side, each time they get a drive for all the blocks from the top. Give them a sticker, they put it on there. Now you can see how many students are going forward. And how many guys that that is a beautiful motivation. Another one.

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We have a point based system.

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No real coins. This is plastic coins, right? These are plastic sort of almost like chips. So you got like we have houses.

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So we have like a

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Imam, Abu Hanifa house and Malik house. And I'm Shakira house to Mohammed Abdullah house for houses. And we divide the kids up in houses, all different classes. So let's say for example, one class, you've got 16 students, four of them are going to be belonging to the Khalifa house, for the family for their shadow, so for them

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now, every time they pass

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that into something good, every time they were motivated, every time they're doing the lesson properly. So every time they're listening, every time they do anything, that teacher will give them funds.

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There's a central place where they drop all the coins in

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you have to drop your coin your color coin into your house. So the yellow one called the yellow, blue, one color blue, green and green vegetables are great. Throughout all the classes, everyone's doing the same thing. end of the week, the administration Council appoints an artist who's the winner that gives them the trophy for the week. Right and it's a massive you know, competition everyone wants to do something good. Help the team help the House Committee.

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you're gonna have so many different rewards

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once I remember we need to reward cards.

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And it's still going on you get 20 rewards. You got a bronze certificate 40 reward 14 When you get 40 stars on your on your there's a small card you make 60 space on that you can make this card yourself

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40 rewards you get a silver certificate and 60 reward you get a gold certificate, we will normally announce the call we'll make the whole month of steak why we're bringing them together. We make them stand up you give them the certificate we say mashallah they go and hang the certificates at home. And by the way anyone can get the 61 we give them some vouchers. So another one the system that we have been running for years from the fees money, we collect we make we get his vouchers, and they normally called the love to shop vouchers. We buy hundreds of 1000s of pounds sometimes goes in 1000 pounds of vouchers all comes from the fees money or we give them as a reward. At the end of the

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year. Students will look forward to try and get better so many different motivations can do. Look guys have a sports day for a maximum, right? Have a sports day, have a day where in this posting to give your kids they love chicken and chips, right and I know it's not the healthiest thing but if you don't want to want to do something else find somebody else, but that you know what they love. If somebody you know our teachers do, the teacher will take all of his kids up for a meal. He just does it himself. Right is such a wonderful way of getting everyone motivated normally that we are staff by method first of every branch I give them a budget in their budget they can spend you all on the

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staff. So our teachers have dinners. They go for dinners they is paid from the budget we give them they go we have one end of year barbecue or end of year we have a meal or dollar put every recording we have end of year because we bring all our staff together. We have that we've we've helped out staff with so many things. Sometimes you know staff are struggling in university with fees and sort of help them out wherever you can help to help you start out with it's good that you keep your staff motivated. You can also keep your students motivated as well. You got to bring those things in to motivate them anyway. One of the brothers here's the question

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just how often do you

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okay, that's good. So parents giving updates we normally have twice a year, we have actual parent days. So the mocked up husband knows no studying done. So you can have one, let's say for example, January, February time, and you're going to have another one all the way they May June time for something, you started it. So that the one thing we've done with the house is all our parents are involved. I just want to let me quickly wrap up because another good question you've asked Is it covers a lot of stuff, our parents, we try and get them on board from day number one, we tried to we have an induction in that document camera look, please help the students in this way. That way, if

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you look at all our books, at the beginning, you're gonna find a whole Turbie a section that the parents have to build a home every year there's a builder, so every year in the syllabus what they're learning so let me just take out book five here and I'm going to take them out

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of this

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so in the beginning to go straight to the beginning

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so notes to parents page 12. Okay, notes to parents club baseball. Now you're going to have your induction on go through this with your parents, right at the beginning of the year five parents induction separate, your full parents induction separate your three all have to separate and you go through this so it says here for example workbook, how to check the workbook what your student has done, check the checklist as well. Previously all these surveys have been done on from from year five. So it says here previously respecting people you should have done that and we are hoping will be taught that previously. The manners of each ingredient previously Natasa how to clean themselves

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previously, they are more in love with the process and so on lessons current now start a huge list of the current lessons and the third year they're going to do for this particular year. Your parents need to know this this step target home, they're going to help you get the telomere done. A second thing is in our pie that Susanna all these books that we books in our Dr. Seuss books, there's a whole section on the site to mark where the student is how much homework they're doing. There's a marking scheme as well. Six letters we make teachers gonna put a letter next to a mistake they make if they put a p it means your skills your child made a pronunciation mistake. If they put an F it

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means they have got a fluency mistake that they're not fluent enough when my kids my kids are born to suffer they bring the birthday bring the book home straightaway out to the book look inside and see if that passed. I see if they haven't passed so marked inside the if you know the system teaching make is so easy for parents. No, I just look at it straight away. Okay, my kids on this Makita has failed to sum up today is fairly tough. Why straightaway there's a P that is an F is the s that s mean stretch. I know exactly what my my child was making mistake him. I don't need much much after that. Now, in that there's also a common section parents can write. And I'm teachers

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could write if they want to, especially teachers will use the comment section. But if there's anything especially in the workbook, this workbook is got their work over at the end. Look, there's a whole section there comments by teachers to parents comments or parents to teach it, you can fill it in go ahead mashallah all of these have been done to incorporate capture the parent, but if you don't come to the parents, kids can do anything. Now those two days, we have to pull them in, talk about the progress, they get an update of that, and you have to be very nice for getting this mana. monologic very nice. We do this once a year, twice a maximum three times a year, have a session

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separate from the kids for data be how do they determine their home things that they will learn extra things just for the parents, even if it's once a year, they will very much appreciate this, give them some coffee, some tea, bring them in during the month of time. Few parents and then just tell them you know give them something we've done this sample academies worked wonderful, you know parents who have a connection with you as well. hamdulillah so that way you want to keep them involved. It's not just about fees. You don't want to be the only thing you talk about your parents whose fees, FAFSA, FAFSA FAFSA, you don't give them something back, let them feel that you're doing

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a great job and let them communicate with you guys. If you got criticism comes your way. Criticism is the best way to improve Okay, so we whenever we have some form of criticism Alhamdulillah with parents be nice to them. Understand one other thing please

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skies, your a masjid. Yes, there are mothers that are going to come single mothers, I need to say this because this actually happens. There are many single mothers out there. Some of them mothers, even if their husbands, they don't wear full hijab, or they wear half a hijab, or the hijab is coming off their head. So I know it's not the most appropriate thing for the woman to do, but do not give her the titles. Now that that.

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They said, she's a wonderful mother, she needs your good Islam for her to become better. If you treat her rudely. If you look at her when I started placing her, if you talk to her in a horrible way, she will pull her child out of your mouth, she's already half away from the Dean, you're gonna push her foot away from these mothers, what they then do is they stop coming to the masjid. They have private tuition at homes and telling everyone private tuition is when you've got nothing else. private tuition should not be your first thing. private tuition can be very damaging why? Because the soccer bar, the connection with the with the kids is a very fundamental part of the map. Let me

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tell you one other thing, guys, I know. We're slightly over time, but it's really important. Yeah. You know, could you do a survey of our children we've been running now for for almost

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about 25 years now. 25 years now. This this coming years can be 25 years. Now I've seen the kids I taught they bring in their children now as a handler. Now, that makes you sound quite old. But hamdulillah The Queen has died. You don't have to die. I don't know how Alhamdulillah.

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We've seen we've done a survey. We asked our graduates who graduated for a few years. What is it that you found? most appreciative of the years that you spent at McDonald's? You know what they said? They didn't say the books.

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They some said a few teachers? Yes. Some said that.

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A lot of them said the friends we made at the Microsoft the mock them. You don't understand how big of a thing this is.

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The teachers that have delivered and built a relationship with the students, those students will know that the teachers that didn't do a good enough job, how are you gonna save students will really want to keep connection with them. The students don't remember the syllabus, but the volume number every detail, yes, they're Muslim, they're praying. They read the Quran. They know the deeper the contract with the details. What do they have they appreciate most in all those kids are the same age. Do you realize that anytime they get to a problem in life, they're going to turn to the friends first. cavities? Did you not do exactly the same thing? You know what you were 1820 2224? Who did

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you go to first when you had a problem, you go to your friends, you go to your brother's your own siblings, people you can open up to if you were okay, daring enough, I got one style, who I can open up to then you go to the Apple store and you say we'll start I've got a problem. But what your first goal is your friends.

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Those friends create an identity please walk away with this. Your marketer is giving a syllabus teachers Islam, the students are walking out with an entire identity. They know there's 200 kids going into this Masjid who are all like them? 200 kids they were for 10 years 200 kids that were in like them wearing the hat like them of our teachers. We've got a system we've got a background we've got a history because so many people on the same thing. You don't get that in private tuition. Are you in the yes or no? You don't get that in fact in private Oh yeah, maybe someday I may subsea for I may suggest

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some things to come for these to cut Molly to deliver him on stage and Molly's to drink his tea as well. I remember when the moment you just finished a few, you know the Quran and a few things and they finished but they don't get the general you know, the feeling of a whole society of Muslims that you get into McTell and subheadline, to do one thing that that is very, very valuable for the children. What I'm going to say to you please find that one question on like, here's an important one. If somebody joins the mucked up at say, age 10 Do you get them to start from textbook one? How do you embed them into the market system? That's good. Okay, so with this question, what do you do

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with the kids when they come on late to age so what we say is the perfect system is always bring in students at the bottom end

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And so always been students Yeah, one, five to six year old year to 67 year old. Yes, three, seven year eight year old always been, that's what we normally do we bring him in from that and why it's easier for you to give them straightaway a year one book straightaway year to book straightaway yet the book and they just go through the system. And also the to do the telomere is really easy to mold it is very easy. Now you sometimes get a student

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or some students are coming in and they're already 10 years old, what do you do with them, or say if you're going to do that bring an entire class in of the age group. So the whole age group of 15 kids, for example, they're all 10 year olds, then take the fifth elements is so much in our books from year one, year two, year three. And these are these kids are going to be thinking about year four, and year four, year five, what you do is you take the fifth a key that is really important for them to do get summaries of those lessons and get them to cover all of that over maybe a year. Some of the stories that are there, summarize them, get them to come back from Book One, Book Two, Book

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Three, book four, all of that given to them in over one year, cover the fifth part, like for example how to do to record how to not learn

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how to break them, you know, the breakdown was a lot farther north into how to do Sinjar how because stolen all these things, important things they will cover in that in that one year, the next year, just give them a book five, the whole class is in the fight one year to go to the type of five the next year they're going to say that they then go in the normal years. Okay, a one year you give them the best of everything. But what you do, you will only see only the most important thing is the fifth key the lessons and what are the stories you can add on in that year just add on undiscovered all of that for one year, and then they can go with book by book inshallah. Okay, and the final

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question is from the male's

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How often would you assess the progression of the kids? Who saw it?

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Okay, that's very good. So again, look, please go to our teacher training, all of this is covered. So in terms of the progression of the students, this, the the workbooks have got a very clear, you know, like outline of all the contents of the full year mark that every time they do a workbook part, they're gonna mark in the beginning, you can see the progression here, okay, the Predict progression of the dream book, The DUA source, it's all written in there. Everything is is Mark is written by teachers, you can see the for whom testing is a very good question. So that remember, I told you, the head of the man, he has to be the key person who's gone through all of this, we made a

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system, you know, in the levels of our Tida, every third or fourth level, no students, never before they go to the head of the multiple the head of surgery, they have to attend up to three. And then if he says it's okay, they go forward, because some teachers sitting there, they teach the wrong thing, they didn't realize, teacher training takes a long time to go through. And then the damage is creeping in. If you don't come in early enough, the damage later to hide the for example, and they told them to do like

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as wrong as two or three ALESTORM. Or like all our guests say they say

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they say fee he is wrong.

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or mana as wrong. Why? Because the moon is supposed to be short, the heart the interface was frozen from the feed. And the noon is from the show. Now you told the guy that like that they make every end of the words long. By the time the finish that either is done is done is takes ages to fix these children, every couple of levels. And the three levels, head of the drill needs to give them a test or the head of the bottom. He needs to be very good in history. And he will then test them to see how good they're doing. We have a separate head of the tree that will do all the tests. So that you know he is he's good enough. You know, in fact, we're now back to get to a level of 150 to 200 kids,

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we have two heads that are not teaching that one me we have one gender Jamie, both of them are going and do these tests these checks that you just said they're checking the students. Whenever you have look at a halacha system of the dwad students every day, the one person to check in how they're actually pronouncing it, they can't pass to the next guy without that person passing them. And that person is very good on listening to mistakes and taking the mistakes after telling them where they've gone wrong. Okay, so this entire system please go through teacher training online disaster. Hi guys. It's almost 1230 I read

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We appreciate you guys having us here I really like to thank you that this was the break guys. I skipped the whole break I was watching you yeah and mashallah 100% of you are awake I just took you all the way through I got the extra 15 minutes out of 100 Please forgive me for that but your T's are there your snacks are there whatever else leftover you can have that in Sharla I'm gonna pass it on to mana Jaffe the game

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show grind Joanna please honestly anything I've said especially you know things I said at the beginning get things done for the budget for the month sign the bullet points I said please don't overlook those things because once you get those to run it's very hard to get the writing and once you get them right it's very easy for you to work for your muscles but I'm sure grandchildren that will disappear from them

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so yeah,

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we aren't particularly this

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one we are for you be a loved

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one is that enough

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to not feel like when you let

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go center

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in London or house,

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Allah we ask you to forgive us we ask you to give us your Baraka you receive. So allowances messages, this is understand, Oh Allah paid off and make make a system for them to pay off their debts and for them to flourish and for them to deliver the best of what they can for them in Allah we ask you to make them have the best of teachers, those who are those that have solid, those that are pious, those that are going to make and create further whatever further.

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While you're out here. Oh Allah, we ask you to take all the people who have who have started the establishment of this lesson. We're not in business, or working with

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We're teaching we're learning and all those people who come to pray hear of Allah who asked us to come together with all of us who have come from outside wherever we go Allah does every single one of us forgive our sins raise our status of Allah curious if you are asking for Shiva and I would love to give our parents and forgive those who are our loved ones who have passed away before us. And Allah will ask you to fulfill the desire that we have is our house or Panella to

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to hang Mina

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what we feel in our home that at the moment and also now

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so when

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he was talking to him

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