1. COURSE NAME THE PROPHET’S BIOGRAPHY – SIRAH
2. COURSE CODE QSS 1112
3. LECTURER NAME
4. RATIONALE FOR THIS COURSE PROGRAM This course introduces students to the history, aspects of life, personality, struggle and propaganda of the Prophet Muhammad as a source important to them to be an example to build character and to understand the various sources disilpin other sciences.
5. SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED Semester 2 / Year 1
6. NUMBER OF STUDENT LEARNING (SLT)) Face to Face:

K T P L
28 14 45.5

K = Lecture; T = Tutorial; P = Practical; L = Other (Examination)

Total Teaching and Learning Independent:

28+14+45.5=87.5
7. CREDIT RATING 87.5/40= 2.18 (2 Kredit); 2+1
8. PRE-CONDITIONS No
9. OBJECTIVES 1. To expose students to all aspects of Muhammad’s life from his birth until his death.

2. Describe the role of the Prophet Muhammad who managed to change the world, especially the Arab world during his reign.

3. Bringing students to the Friends of the generation has a major contribution in the fight Islam.

10. LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of this course, students will be able to:

1. State of historical information on the life of Prophet Muhammad (LO1-C2)

2. Noting the important events in his life and associate them with the basics of Islam. (MLO3-P1)

3. Using the information learned to be applied in various disciplines of Islam. (LO5-A1)

11. PRE-CONDITIONS No
12. STRATEGIES TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT Teaching-learning strategies:

  • The course is taught through a combination; lectures, tutorials, individual and group exercises and references to additional sources of authoritative. The ability of students to master the course will be assessed through tests, exams and assignments.

Strategy Rating:

  • Formative
  • summative
13. SYNOPSIS This course aims to expose students to the history and aspects of Muhammad’s life. which includes aspects of life, including birth, the personality, the prophetic history, struggle, preaching and his death. Also disclosed is a struggle for the friends who had been with the Prophet Muhammad in spreading Islam.
14. SUBMISSION FORM Lectures and tutorials (SCL)
15. METHODS AND TYPE RATING
component %
valuation· Tests

· Assignment

· Presentation

20

20

10

Final exam 50
number 100
16. TERMS OF COURSE AND EACH TOPIC SLT
Topic Shade-KA LEARNERS OF SELF EXAMINATION  
Lecture Tutorial Activities / SCL Assignments Revision Supply Valuation Final examinations as TOTAL
SLT
Introduction to the Sirah; definition, importance and key referral sources. 2 1 2.5 5.5
Cultural background, beliefs and Arab geography 2 1 2.5 5.5
Birth, childhood, unavailability of prophethood of the Prophet appointment as a prophet. 4 1 4.5 9.5
Islam and the important events in the Meccan period 4 1 4.5 9.5
Islam and the important events in the Medina 4 1 4.5 9.5
The wars that took place in the period of Medina 6 3 7.5 16.5
Ascension of the Prophet 2 1 2.5 5.5
Syamail 4 1 4.5 9.5
assignments 0
Test / quiz 3 3
Presentation 0.5 1 1.5
Final exam 9 3 12
TOTAL 28.5 10     42 4   3 87.5
REFERENCES
  1. Yahya Mahmud Salman, 2005, al-Sirah al-Nabawiyyah, Dar al-Bayan.
  2. Muhammad bin Ishak al-Matlabi, al-Siyar wa al-Maghazi.
  3. Mahdi Rizq Allah Ahamad, al-Sirah al-Nabawiyyah fi Dhaui al-Mashadir al-Asliyyah.
  4.  Ibrahim al-‘Aliy, Shahih al-Sirah al-Nabawiyyah.
  5. Al-Sayuti, ‘Abd al-Rahman bin Abu Bakr, 1996, Tadrib al-Rawi fi Syarh Taqrib al-Nawawi, Dar al-Kutub al-‘Ilmiyyah.