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Lesson 19 - B: Quranic Recitation Punctuation

Quranic Recitation Punctuation (The “Stop” Sign, The “Do Not Stop” Sign, The “Continuing is Better” Sign, The “Stopping is Better” Sign,  The “Stop at One but Not Both” Sign, The “Stop Without Taking a Breath” Sign, The “Make Sujood” Sign, The “1/4th Juz’” Sign, The “½ Juz’” Sign).

Lesson 19 - B - Explanation

  • In this lesson it is not important for students to read all of the Ayat in the entire lesson, especially if the student is young. What is important is that the student has to recognize and practice stopping at the end of words.
  • Recognize the stopping signs and Punctuation in the Quran.
  • Recognize the sign that means: the reader must stop.
  • Recognize the sign that means: the reader is prohibited from stopping.
  • Recognize the sign that means: it is better to continue, but stopping is allowed.

Lesson 19 - B - Practice

  • Recognize the sign that means: it is better to stop, but continuing is allowed.
  • Recognize the sign that means: the reader may stop or continue as they like.
  • Recognize the signs that mean: the reader may stop at one of these signs but not both.
  • Recognize the sign that means: the reader should pause briefly.
  • Recognize the sign that means: the reader should make Sajdah now.
  • Recognize the signs that show where the 1/4th point and ½ point of the Juz’ are.
  • Get to know the beauty of stopping in the Quran.