THE METHOD OF MUHAMMAD THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH's (PEACE BE UPON HIM) FOR INSTRUCTION AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ARABIC LITERATURE.Transliteration TAREEQATAH TALEEM MUHAMMAD RASOOL ALLAH (SALUL-LAH-O-ELAHI WASALLAM) WA ASAR TALEEMAH ALI-AL ADAB AL-ARBI
Author(s)Ali, Dr. Muhammad Syed
KeywordsLanguages and Literature (b5)
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AbstractI selected the field of Arabic language because it served the purpose of Islam along with education and training. There are some topics in Arabic language untouched so far as in the case with topic under discussion. I selected this topic because an orientalist by the name of Robert Cheric said in his book Muhammad, the Educator an Arabic Scholar told me that Muhammad had no method. The reasons for importance of the topic are as under: 1Educational system prevalent in India before British Colonial role was replaced in 1835 A.D by a secular one even often the passage of more than fifty years over the establishment of Pakistan, same system is working. It is inevitable for the to study the prophetic way of education to do away with that system. 2.The scholars have discussed various aspects of education since Pakistan came into being but not the aspect selected by me. 3The motive is to devise a proper and comprehensive way for study of Arabic Literature to awaken creative and critical talent. 4The motive is also to Co-relate the western system with Islamic one. 5Finally there are some recommendations on the basis of which a research scholar can improve method of education. 6We depend a basic sources like Quran and Hadith which are closely related with proper methods of education. The Contents are as Under: The first Chapter deals with the life of the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) and particular events related to education. It him three sections: The First section: is about birth and growth of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) Second: is about his life after his Mission. Third is about particular events relating to education. The Second Chapter deals in three sections with method of education during Prophets period. The First Section: Aims of education and prescribed curriculum for study. Second Stages and kinds of education Third Administrative and Organizational disciplinary matters. The Third Chapter: is about fundamentals of education and training and traits of teachers in two sections. The first section: Fundamentals of education and training Second: Traits of teachers. The fourth Chapter: Mode of teaching in three sections. The first section: Mode of teaching on derived from the teachings of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) Second Life of Muslim Educational Exports like Al Ghazali Ibn Khaloun Third: Life of Western Educational Exports and their way of teaching. The Fifty Chapter: The effect of prophetic teaching on Arabic Literature in two sections The first section: The effect of his teachings in Arabic Literature from angle of enrichment of and addition to the sciences. Second: The Prophet (Peace be upon him) poetry. The sixth Chapter: Summary of dissertation, results and recommendations. Bibliography Technical Index
Ali, Dr. Muhammad Syed (1997) THE METHOD OF MUHAMMAD THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH's (PEACE BE UPON HIM) FOR INSTRUCTION AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ARABIC LITERATURE.Transliteration TAREEQATAH TALEEM MUHAMMAD RASOOL ALLAH (SALUL-LAH-O-ELAHI WASALLAM) WA ASAR TALEEMAH ALI-AL ADAB AL-ARBI. PhD thesis, University of Peshawar, Peshawar.