Homework & Classwork
Do Hifz students have any work besides Hifz
Students of the Advanced Hifz program study a wide range of subjects:
- Qur’an memorization, which includes Sabaq (daily lesson), Sabqi (previous 4-5 lessons), and Manzil (review of previously memorized portions)
- Online schooling
- Islamic Studies including du`a’ and hadith memorization
Each subject above may come with its own classwork, homework, or skill assessments. So yes, Hifz students do have other work besides Qur’an memorization, even though that is the primary focus.
Are there any tests or exams
Throughout the year, students will be taking different quizzes, tests, and exams for the subjects mentioned above. You’ll receive an announcement about upcoming assessments in the Google Classroom, insha’Allah.
Plagiarism is defined by Oxford Languages as “the practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own.” It is considered an illegal act, especially in cases of copyright infringement and intellectual property theft.
Plagiarism is forbidden by law, and consequently, by CJIIS as well. Students must cite sources when using material that is not original. Similarly, if certain content requires express consent from the author, then they must show proof of this consent in their work.
This also includes storing any information or files on the school’s network or its Chromebooks without the consent of the original authors.