Pandangan pelajar tentang penggunaan ayat Al-Quran kepada pelajar bukan Islam semasa pengajaran

Translated title of the contribution: Students' views on the teaching of Quranic lines towards non-Muslim students

Zanaton H Iksan, Nor Sakinah Mohamad, Noor Hazwani Othman

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Introduction to Integrated Education course (GGGC1023) is offered as an elective course to students from outside Faculty of Education which is comprised of various ethnic groups and fields of study. This course provided students the opportunity to apply the Philosophy of Education through the concept of Integrated Education. Integrated education is based on the Quran and as-Sunnah as well as the integration of other disciplines to built community based on faith as its axis. Thus, this study aims to highlight the students' perceptions about their views on the use of verses from the Quran and as-Sunnah among non-Muslim students. Researchers have analyzed the views of students through from the structured questions after attending lectures for 14 weeks. A total of 119 students' responded which 74 Muslim students (PI) and 45 non-Muslim students (PBI) were selected to be analysed. Responses were selected based on thoughtful answers, personal experiences, showing a strong commitment to this course and discussion courses done either formally or informally. The findings showed that 75.68% PI and 97.78% PBI agree with the use of verses in the Quran and Sunnah among non-Muslim students during lectures, while 24.32% PI and 2.22% PBI do not agree on this matter. Themes that arise in view of students who agree on this matter which was factor, faith in God, respect, values, life guide, additional knowledge, information, and universal solidarity. For students who do not agree, the theme highlighted was the missionary, respect, confused, uncomfortable, and the Quran for Muslims only. Overall, the findings showed that most students agree on the use of verses from the Quran during the process of teaching and learning by providing a similar theme, but there were some students who did not agree because the factor of confusion about the use of Al-Quran.

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Pages (from-to)65-76
Number of pages12
JournalGlobal Journal Al-Thaqafah
Volume2
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Pandangan pelajar tentang penggunaan ayat Al-Quran kepada pelajar bukan Islam semasa pengajaran. / H Iksan, Zanaton; Mohamad, Nor Sakinah; Othman, Noor Hazwani.

In: Global Journal Al-Thaqafah, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2012, p. 65-76.

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