Mengajar Anak Mengaji Dengan Video Pendidikan

by admin on August 19, 2010 · 10 comments

Mengajar anak mengaji sekarang lebih mudah kerana ada banyak medium yang boleh digunakan, terutama oleh ibu yang bekerja dan sibuk. Salah satunya ialah dengan video pendidikan. Samada melalui DVD/VCD yang boleh didapati di merata pasaraya dan kedai (contoh nya kumpulan Alif Iqra’, Al-Ilham, Iqra’, al-Furqan, dan sebagainya), video pendidikan juga boleh ditonton dari program online di komputer contohnya You Tube.

Mengajar anak kecil mengaji tidaklah payah, sekadar memperkenalkan huruf hijaiyah dan membiasakan mereka, sebagai persediaan untuk belajar mengaji kelak.

Anak-anak saya suka menonton You Tube di televisyen, berbanding rancangan televisyen termasuk kartun. Saya pun suka kerana You Tube tiada iklan (yang boleh jadi merapu) dan hanya akan menyiarkan video mengikut pilihan kita sahaja. Sekadar berkongsi video pendidikan yang saya gunakan sebagai langkah awal mengajar anak mengaji.

Anak-anak saya menyukai kaedah menonton video ini. Malah Fahry dah pandai membunyikan huruf-huruf tersebut. Mungkin sebab gambar animasi berwarna-warni dengan alunan muzik disukai oleh kanak-kanak kecil.

Biasanya nak lekakan mereka ialah dengan cara ni, biarkan mereka menonton video-video ni kalau saya nak buat kerja rumah yang urgent. Kemudian belek buku, poster dan flashcard untuk revision. Tak apa kalau mereka tak dapat mengingat/menyebut huruf dengan betul, jadikan ia sebagai satu permainan yang menyeronokkan, bukan ‘ujian’ kepandaian yang boleh membuatkan kita stress bila anak tak dapat buat dengan baik dan mereka pun stress bila tengok muka kita stress/kita marah dia.

Belajar di rumah biarlah seronok, cukup je la stress kat sekolah aje :)

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sitisifir10 August 19, 2010 at 11:04 pm

Anak2 ai pun suka yuu… cuma satu je yutiub ni kalau tak download seblom guna diorang akan lompat dari satu story ke story yg lain…pernah sekali termasuk dalam cerita katun omputeh pasal Adam dan Hawa seblom tersingkir dari syurga
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Mommy Lyna August 20, 2010 at 2:33 am

hahah tu lah
biasanya kalo kat PC i tengok yang playlist tu, jarang yg merapu
kalo kat TV tu i tapis dulu awal2 dah lulus baru kasik

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transformed housewife August 19, 2010 at 11:45 pm

knur masih ajar sendiri anak2 mengaji. tapi betulla, kdg2 stress bila kita expect anak kita sebut2 betul dan asyik betulkan sebutan dia.
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Mommy Lyna August 20, 2010 at 2:34 am

hahahah cikgu kughe hnyabar :)

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L@n@ August 20, 2010 at 7:40 am

ye mmg betul .. anak2 harus didekatkan hati mereka dengan mengaji .. kalau di tv selalunya 90% rancangan yg tak bagus untuk anak2 .. saya selalu beri mereka tengok rancangan macam kelas fardu ain , riwayat kamil .. itu lebih bagus dari rancangan tom tom bak .. tq for sharing the video .. mmg saya tercari2 video sebegini ..
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mrsnik@meah August 20, 2010 at 9:28 am

nanti nak cari, burn dlm dvd..bg anak tgk kt tv…wat koleksi

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salzahari August 20, 2010 at 10:26 am

hi..i tak reti cari benda best2 dari Youtube utk budak2.Really appreciate if u could list down/ share mana2 file yg boleh didownload!

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Aliaa August 20, 2010 at 12:50 pm

1. :) Alhamdulillah fateh & kawan2 dia suka lagu2 Ana Muslim.. Fateh baynak belajar sebutan thru video.. mcm DVD Anakku Sayang. Act dia ajar pasal baca, tapi 10x ulang, dia pun boleh sebut.

2. Saya rasa saya dulu banyak belajar dgn Sesame street.. makcik bgtau, saya n adik masa kecik2 dulu akan terjerit2 masa tengok Sesame Street tu.

Alhamdulillah, nowadays byk CD2, video, animasi yg berbentuk islamik.
kalau xislamik pun, at least dah ciri kemelayuan/ketimuran, macam Upin & Ipin.
bagus sgt.. dia ajar pasal puasa.. :)

3. Nak tau tak sal apa budak2 lebih senang belajar thru video?
Yg saya perasan, kalau tengok budak2 umor preschool / playschool punya TV program/ learning prog, mcm Teletubbies, Dora, Blues Clues, Wonderpets atau apa2 rancangan kat Playhouse Disney.. ciri-ciri dia:

- sama saja concept setiap episode
- kalau jumpak solution..ayat sama, lagu sama yang disebut
- simple , tak terlalu komplex subjek dia (sesuai la utk umo budak tu)
- ceria

so, yg saya nampak, REPETITION tu yg penting..

sbb tu lah iklan petronas “burung apa ayah? “, mengajar bahawa kanak2 usia mcm tu mmg dia belajar melalui kaedah repitition/megulang2.. dia akan dengar dulu..send ke otak, dan cuba ckp.

itulah perkembangan kemahiran bertutur & bahasa.. :)

http://www.scribd.com/doc/26242082/Kemahiran-Mendengar-Dan-Bertutur

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qay August 25, 2010 at 12:23 pm

tgok youtube kat tv ??camana tuh??i mmg bute it skit..hahahah

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Yogi May 5, 2014 at 5:13 pm

Your response is colpletemy besides the point: Nowhere in the article it is stated that a Muslim man is not allowed to marry a non-Muslim woman. Furthermore, Robert Spencer is right, but even though it is allowed, there still are “conditions” in the details that are besides the point in the article you link to, but might be interesting for you to know:It is allowed for a Muslim man to marry a Christian or Jewish woman (“People of the Books” are recognized Dhimmi’s as long as they pay the jizyah etc.) in the Dar al Islam. In the Dar al kufr though, such a marriage is mukrooh tanzihi, short from haram. A marriage with an atheefst or non-religious woman (and others than those “of the Books”) is not allowed at all: such marriages are simply invalid according to the Shari’ah.The children of marriages with non-Muslim woman are the key to this issue: it is all about the expansion of the world wide Muslim community. There are many ways in, but no way out. These children are considered Muslim and must be raised a Muslim. When any of these children will ever be raised as a non-Muslim, by the non-Muslim mother during the marriage or after a divorce for instance, the Muslim father will be “murtid”, which is an equivalent of “apostacy”.This is why in general a Muslim man will not just marry a non-Muslim woman (exceptions mentioned). He will try to convert her first to prevent “trouble” later and to find approvement with his Muslim family and -community. This is why, when such marriage risks ending up in a divorce, the Muslim husband sometimes “brings” the children to his home country in the Dar al Islam. To prevent becoming “murtid”. (If Hussein Sr. was the real father of Hussein Jr., he might have considered doing that.)As Vinegar Joe explains here, the religions are different from the practice in most of the Dar al kufr strictly separated in the Dar al Islam and a marriage between a Muslim man and a non-Muslim woman can only be registered when the woman has (been) converted. That is not “stricter” nor “stiffer,” but just the way it is in the Dar al Islam. But in the article if you had read it well you would have noticed it it is not about whether it is allowed, but about willing to do so. Then there is custom, tradition and honor involved as well as the Shari’ah and Dar al Islam or Dar al kufr. Your “remark” therefore is not only colpletemy besides the point, but with all respect somewhat ignorant in this case.

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