• Ruhi Book 3 Grade 1 (Arabic)

Ruhi Book 3 Grade 1 (Arabic)

الكتاب الثالث: تدريس الأطفال/الصف الأول

Teaching Children's Classes
The transformative effect of the spiritual education of children is the major theme explored in Teaching Children's Classes.

  • Grade 1 is comprised of three units: Principles of Bahá'í Education; Lessons for Children's Classes Grade 1; and Conducting Classes for Children.
  • Grade 2 is comprised of two units: Reflecting on Experience; and Lessons for Children's Classes.
  • Grade 3 and Teaching Children's Classes Grade 4 are both comprised of one unit each: Lessons for Children's Classes Grade 3; and Lessons for Children's Classes Grade 4.

In the context of the theme, participants explore such concepts as the value of serving as an educator of children; the inherent nobility and dignity of every human being; the educational process as one that supports realisation of capacity; the importance of supporting children's relationship with and love for God; the importance of coherence between the words and actions of a teacher.

Participants also build capacity to engage with the six elements of a Bahá'í children's class – prayer, memorisation of the Word of God, music, art, stories, and games. Capacity is built in participants to engage with the practical aspects of running a class for children such as, supporting children's capacity to engage with prayer; engaging with discipline and behaviour management; establishing and implementing rules to guide conduct; maintaining records of attendance and progress of each child; and engaging with the family of each child.

Service Outcomes

The primary capacity built is the capacity to teach Bahá'í children's classes.

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Product Details

  • Developer: Ruhi Institute
  • Format: Softcover book; 226 pages
  • Dimensions: 216 x 280 mm;
  • Publisher: Ruhi Foundation
  • Language: Arabic
  • ISBN: 2370000364128
    • Ruhi Book 3 Grade 1 (Arabic)
    $10.00
    Baha’i Services
    $6.95 national postage
    $13.95 express
    Two-day dispatch
    2-7 day delivery

    Ruhi Book 3 Grade 1 (Arabic)

    الكتاب الثالث: تدريس الأطفال/الصف الأول

    Teaching Children's Classes
    The transformative effect of the spiritual education of children is the major theme explored in Teaching Children's Classes.

    • Grade 1 is comprised of three units: Principles of Bahá'í Education; Lessons for Children's Classes Grade 1; and Conducting Classes for Children.
    • Grade 2 is comprised of two units: Reflecting on Experience; and Lessons for Children's Classes.
    • Grade 3 and Teaching Children's Classes Grade 4 are both comprised of one unit each: Lessons for Children's Classes Grade 3; and Lessons for Children's Classes Grade 4.

    In the context of the theme, participants explore such concepts as the value of serving as an educator of children; the inherent nobility and dignity of every human being; the educational process as one that supports realisation of capacity; the importance of supporting children's relationship with and love for God; the importance of coherence between the words and actions of a teacher.

    Participants also build capacity to engage with the six elements of a Bahá'í children's class – prayer, memorisation of the Word of God, music, art, stories, and games. Capacity is built in participants to engage with the practical aspects of running a class for children such as, supporting children's capacity to engage with prayer; engaging with discipline and behaviour management; establishing and implementing rules to guide conduct; maintaining records of attendance and progress of each child; and engaging with the family of each child.

    Service Outcomes

    The primary capacity built is the capacity to teach Bahá'í children's classes.

    Product Details

    • Developer: Ruhi Institute
    • Format: Softcover book; 226 pages
    • Dimensions: 216 x 280 mm;
    • Publisher: Ruhi Foundation
    • Language: Arabic
    • ISBN: 2370000364128
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