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Let your rizq raise a voice for the ummah

Introduction

How to use Yaqeen Curriculum

How to use Yaqeen Curriculum

Unit overview and learning objectives

Unit overview and learning objectives

Unit at a glance

Unit at a glance

Lesson 1

Sacred surrender

Through introspection and comparative analysis, students will realize that rituals of sacrifice speak to what is deified or deemed sacred in a society. By the end of this lesson, students will recognize that sacrifice in Islam is a vehicle to show love and gratitude to God, leading to benefits in this life and in the hereafter.

Lesson plan

Lesson plan

Slides

Slides

Worksheets

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1.1 Worksheet: Opening activity

Lesson 2

Fasting of the mind, body, and soul

In this lesson, students will focus on the ritual of fasting as an expression of love and devotion toward God. Students will acknowledge that while Islamic rituals such as fasting are done for God, it is ultimately we, as individuals and communities, who benefit.

Lesson plan

Lesson plan

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Slides

Worksheets

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2.1 Worksheet: Fasting Muslim

Lesson 3

Zakat: More than just charity

This lesson gives students the conceptual framework to understand and appreciate the Islamic ritual of zakat. Students will participate in the act of giving zakat to recognize its utility in producing a collective community. The experiential learning in this lesson will conclude the unit with the understanding that the Islamic worldview of sacrifice is a mindset that results in inner purity and a fruitful life.

Lesson plan

Lesson plan

Slides

Slides

Worksheets

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3.1 Worksheet: Personal attitudes towards wealth

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