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<br/><u>'''Couple of ideas:'''</u>
 
<br/><u>'''Couple of ideas:'''</u>
  
#1) What? '''simple web page Excercises to aid in building-up Quranic vocabulary.''' Later on it will be used to build excercises related to other ulooms of quran: ex: Grammar, Tajweed, Translation etc.
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#What? '''simple web page Excercises to aid in building-up Quranic vocabulary.''' Later on it will be used to build excercises related to other ulooms of quran: ex: Grammar, Tajweed, Translation etc.
  
 
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; How?&nbsp;[https://github.com/Khan/khan-exercises https://github.com/Khan/khan-exercises]&nbsp;JQuery author worked on this javascript framework to create automated, simple to author excercises framework.&nbsp;
 
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; How?&nbsp;[https://github.com/Khan/khan-exercises https://github.com/Khan/khan-exercises]&nbsp;JQuery author worked on this javascript framework to create automated, simple to author excercises framework.&nbsp;
  
 
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; resources: For the words, one source to look at: 'Access to Quranic Arabic' wordlists 1 thru 3. (Author AbdulWahid Hamid). These are words used > 100 times. Also there are existing implementations of this we can look at. Ex:&nbsp;[http://www.madinaharabic.com/Vocabulary/General/html/ http://www.madinaharabic.com/Vocabulary/General/html/]&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;[http://www.deen-ul-islam.org/learn-arabic/ http://www.deen-ul-islam.org/learn-arabic/]&nbsp;&nbsp;[http://quranmadeeasy.com/ http://quranmadeeasy.com/]
 
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; resources: For the words, one source to look at: 'Access to Quranic Arabic' wordlists 1 thru 3. (Author AbdulWahid Hamid). These are words used > 100 times. Also there are existing implementations of this we can look at. Ex:&nbsp;[http://www.madinaharabic.com/Vocabulary/General/html/ http://www.madinaharabic.com/Vocabulary/General/html/]&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;[http://www.deen-ul-islam.org/learn-arabic/ http://www.deen-ul-islam.org/learn-arabic/]&nbsp;&nbsp;[http://quranmadeeasy.com/ http://quranmadeeasy.com/]
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#What? '''speech recognition of surah/ayah recitation. It will listen & highlite those parts which were recited correctly & those recited poorly.'''
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&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;How? no idea. its somewhat similar to Rosetta Stone Arabic, in that it speech-recognizes the learner's voice and is able to highlight & mark both the words enunciated poorly and perfectly. Doing smthg like this to check our hafiza wud be perfect!
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Wasalaam

Revision as of 07:09, 21 January 2012

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Assalamu ala man ittaba’a al-huda


Couple of ideas:

  1. What? simple web page Excercises to aid in building-up Quranic vocabulary. Later on it will be used to build excercises related to other ulooms of quran: ex: Grammar, Tajweed, Translation etc.

        How? https://github.com/Khan/khan-exercises JQuery author worked on this javascript framework to create automated, simple to author excercises framework. 

        resources: For the words, one source to look at: 'Access to Quranic Arabic' wordlists 1 thru 3. (Author AbdulWahid Hamid). These are words used > 100 times. Also there are existing implementations of this we can look at. Ex: [http://www.madinaharabic.com/Vocabulary/General/html/ http://www.madinaharabic.com/Vocabulary/General/html/]     [http://www.deen-ul-islam.org/learn-arabic/ http://www.deen-ul-islam.org/learn-arabic/]  [http://quranmadeeasy.com/ http://quranmadeeasy.com/]



  1. What? speech recognition of surah/ayah recitation. It will listen & highlite those parts which were recited correctly & those recited poorly.

             How? no idea. its somewhat similar to Rosetta Stone Arabic, in that it speech-recognizes the learner's voice and is able to highlight & mark both the words enunciated poorly and perfectly. Doing smthg like this to check our hafiza wud be perfect!


Wasalaam

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