Learning from Home – High School – Lesson 1

Lesson 1:  Ramadan In Practice

Lesson outcomes, Years 7 – 12:

  • Students reflect on the purpose, and benefits of the blessed month of Ramadan and understand the significance of Ramadan for themselves and others.
  • Students review some of the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad SAW around Ramadan and fasting.
  • Students reflect on their Ramadan goals.

Please follow the steps below:

Step 1: Click on the link below to watch lesson recording. Duration of lesson is 15½ mins so you may like to take a quick break half way to reflect on the content before continuing.

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*Hadith referred to in Lesson 1: 
“I am amazed by the believer. Verily, Allah does not decree anything for the believer except what is good for him/her”. (Musnad Ahmad 12495)
“Wonderous is the affair of the believer for there is good for him in every matter and this is not the case with anyone except the believer. If they are happy, then they give thanks Allah and thus there is good for them, and if they are harmed, then they show patience and thus there is good for them.” (Source: Sahih Muslim 2999).

Step 2: Download and print from the link below for the Taraweeh at home chart. A handy reference.

Step 3: Download and print from the link below for the Ramadan daily chart. A handy reference to keep you on track this Ramadan.

Step 4: Download and print from the link below for the Ramadan Qur’an Family Challenge. A daily challenge among your family, to read, memorise or learn something new from the Qur’an during Ramadan. Instructions are on the sheet.

Step 5 Check out the suggested supplementary videos and links below if you would like to learn more about this topic.


The Rewards Of Fasting Are Unknown