International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Using Multimedia Instructional Design to Teach the Holy-Quran: A Critical Review
Omar Ibrahim Massoud Hammza, Daw Abdulsalam Ali Daw, Dr. Qais Faryadi

This critical review develops an effective multimedia instructional design model and a multimedia courseware called Al-Furqan to evaluate and validate the new model and to teach the Holy-Quran to students’ in primary schools. The critical review scope involves the teaching of the Holy-Quran to Libyan students’ who are in the 5th grade at primary schools in Malaysia. The main objective of this review is to illustrate an effective learning method through the new model as well as Al-Furqan courseware which assist students to learn the Holy-Quran effectively and efficiently, to the extent that they are able to read, write and memorize it. This review utilizes the ADDIE model as a concept in teaching the Holy-Quran to Libyan students. This review applies instructional design models to teach the Holly-Quran. The second part of this research will discuss how to develop a viable instructional design to teach the Holy-Quran.

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