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6A Teachings of the Quran 2

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Students read the lesson and created three questions with answers (in groups) based on the lesson. Classwork grade was given.  

Asslaam Alaikum, 

My name is Maryam Soboohi and I will be the teacher for 6th Grade for the first and second period this year.

Heeba Shaikh and Fariha B. will be helping out. We will be posting HW every week inshallah. Reminders will also be sent out on Class Dojo.

Inshallah we will have a good year. 

Lesson 1: We read lesson 1. What is Akhlaq.

HW: Define Akhlaq, Civilized, interaction, Morals and Manners, Responsibility and Social behavior.



Lesson 2: Sources of Islamic Akhalaq.

HW: Answer the questions:

1. What is Devine Guidance?

2. Why do we have to follow in a society?

3. Define Akhirah.

4. What does The Quran teaches as a Society or the community?

5. As Muslims what are the two things that we have to hold on to?

6. Who did Allah{SWT} send mankind for guidance?



Lesson 4: Personal Responsibility  

HW: Answer the following questions:

  1. Everything we have is a ________ from Allah. 
  2. What happens when we forget to thank Allah for His blessings? 
  3. Where does the knowledge that we are unable to gain through our bodies and senses come from?
  4. Allah sent his ________ to guide us and He sent us His ________ to teach us.
  5. Define the word “merit”.  



Lesson 5: Family Responsibility (DUE 10/20/19)

HW: Answer the following questions. 

  1. How can we save our families from hellfire?
  2. Allah gives us ____________ and __________ as a test
  3.  Define Adab
  4. What is Sadaqah Jariyah?
  5. Give an example of Sadaqah Jariyah.  


Lesson 6: Social Responsibility.

     Go over the lesson.  


Lesson 7: Obligations to Parents.

   Memorize Dua for parents on page 15.


Lesson 8: The Losers and the Winners.

   Go over the answers for the following questions you all made to this lesson.

 1. What does Al Asr mean?

 2. Do we have complete control of our future or our life?

 3. What would be your life like if you knew your future?

 4. A Muslim must invite others to what?

 5. Who should a Muslim turn to if something bad happens in his or her life?

 6. What are we suppose to do when facing difficulties?

 7. What should we do to establish the truth? 

Memorize surah Al Asr with meaning for extra credit.


Lesson 9 (DUE 11/24)

  1. Who is a Muslim?
  2. What is Islamic Akhlaq? 
  3. What does a true Muslim live by?
  4. What does the word Islam mean?
  5. What is an example of sunnah? 
  6. What is Islamic Aadaab?
  7. What is one of the obligations (duties) of a Muslim? 


Lesson 11 (Due after break!)

  1. What is the best way to thank Allah?
  2. Allah is Rabbu-al-Alamin. What does this mean?
  3. Prophet Muhammad is Rahmatun li-al-Alamin? What does this mean?
  4. Why is it our duty to take care of the environment? 
  5. What has Allah appointed us as? Explain.  


Lesson 12: Forgiveness (students were given time in class to complete these)

  1. How do forgiveness and anger relate to each other? Explain. 
  2. What are the 2 things that Rasulullah advises us to do control our anger?
  3. What are the two most important virtues in Islam?
  4. Give an example of when and why you forgave someone.  


Lesson 13: Show Patience 

  1. How can we help a Muslim when he or she is doing wrong? 
  2. Give an  example of when you faced harship from Allah. How did you handle it and what did you learn from it? 
  3.   What are the six rights of a Muslim? 
  4.  What does it mean to be patient? Give an example. 
  5. Name 1 thing you plan to do over winter break inshAllah :) 


Lesson 14 & 15:

  • Lesson 14: Justice 
  • What does prejudice mean? Give an example. 


  • What are two words the Quran uses for justice?


  • What are the two reasons people may give up justice? Give an example for each.

  • Lesson 15: Fulfill Promises 

  •  Promises can be ________ or _________. Give an example for each. 


  • What are some consequences for breaking our promises?


 How can you be a better Muslim this year? (Give at least three ways)  


Lesson 16: Just measures.

Allah(SWT) wants Muslims to be just in their dealings.

Only Halal and Tayyib earnings are allowed in Islam. 


Lesson 17: The Trust.

Describe "al ammanah".

Describe "khiyannah".



January 26th is parent teacher conference inshallah.



January 26th: Lesson 20

We completed the following questions in class (for a classwork grade):

  1. Explain how talking in a loud voice is like the braying of a donkey.
  2. How do modest people behave?
  3. How should we act if we are in an argument?
  4. If you were very wealthy, how could you demonstrate modesty? 


February 2: Lesson 21 (If not finished in class, finish the following for homework) 

  1. What is the difference between zakah and sadaqah?
  2. What is self-sacrifice? Give an example.
  3. How did the Ansar of Madinah demonstrate self-sacrifice?
  4. What should your intention be when you self-sacrifice?  


February 2nd: Lesson 22 (notes)




February 9th: 

  • We did a class discussion on Lesson 23: Senseless Actions. Students were to read the lesson and create three questions based on the lesson. They were given a classwork grade.  


February 16:

  • We did a class discussion on Lesson 24: Feeling of Superiority. Students were to read the lesson and create three questions based on the lesson. They were given a classwork grade based on participation and completion of the questions. 


February 23:

  • We did a class discussion on Lesson 25: Making Mischief. Students read the lesson and created three questions with answers (in groups) based on the lesson. Classwork grade was given.  


March 1:

  • We did a class discussion on Lesson 26.  Students read the lesson and created three questions with answers (in groups) based on the lesson. Classwork grade was given.  


March 8: Lesson 27 - Suspicion and Spying. We answered these questions in class. (Students were to answered them in complete sentences on their own paper). 

  1. What is suspicioun and what causes it?
  2. How does suspicioun lead to spying?
  3. How can we be mindful of our actions on and off the internet to protect our/someone else’s privacy?
  4. how does society view those who spy?  


 March 15: NO School till May 17th because of the Covid 19.

      Kids should read Lesson  28 till 33.

      You can make One question about each lesson and answer it in complete sentence. 

     Thank you and stay safe. 


May 3rd:

As you all know that school year 2019-2020 has been cancelled but we must keep on learning about Islam

Make sure to email your Home Work by the end of this week. My email is Farooq_maryam@yahoo.com.

 Thank you from all your teachers and  keep working hard as always. 




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