Dream Worldwide 2019
Copenhagen - Dallas
THE VISION
Everyone in the world will be able to learn the original Arabic language of the Quran if they want to. It will be made accessible and easy to learn regardless of a person's language of origin. 

That is the grandiose vision at the heart of the Dream Worldwide program. We understand that materializing that dream is a step by step process and we hope to share with you how we can together be part of making this dream a reality. 
STEP 1
We want to empower as many students and teachers around the world as possible with our unprecedented Qur’anic language curriculum. We hope to create a worldwide network of students that learn from each other and their instructors and remain connected indefinitely. 
STEP 2
We want our driven students to start teaching what they’ve learned in their own circles. Whether they put a class together or teach family members in a living room is up to them. We want them to translate this teaching method into their own languages and through teaching experience, refine and craft this curriculum to the needs of students of different languages. 
STEP 3
We want each community from around the world to create a trickle effect whereby one or a few of their members come and attend our programs each year. This way the alumni get to help the new coming students as tutors and everyone refines their knowledge as time progresses. This also creates a group of advanced students and teachers that becomes a permanent resource locally.
STEP 4
Over the next decade we wish to standardize what we have already accomplished for English speaking students in as many languages of the world as possible. After proofing, testing and experience, we wish to open source all of our curricula across the languages around the world. We want to open up resources like teacher training and best practices so that schools, Hifdh programs, universities, private groups, self learners, homeschoolers etc. All have access not only to a curriculum, but to people that know how to teach it in the most effective way as they have learned it from the original authors. In this way we hope to create a synchronization between young and old learners alike, coming together with one objective; understanding and appreciating the Quran without the filter of translation!
STEP 5
We don’t just want students of Arabic. We want lifelong learners and seekers of the Quran. Our dream is that as our students progress in their connection to the book of Allah they will share what they learn with family and friends and thus encourage them to take the same journey as themselves! “If my cousin can do it, I can do it!” In doing so we are not only raising literacy but also a connectedness to Allah’s book in the hearts of people.
10 DAYS LIVE
Ustadh Nouman will spend the first 10 days in person with all the students in Copenhagen going over the hardest part of the curriculum, the foundation. 
5 MONTHS ONLINE
Students will then transition to a 5 months online course to continue their learning of advance nahw (grammar), sarf (morphology) and balagha (rhetoric) with Ustadh Nouman with plenty of opportunities for live engagement and questions.


5 NIGHTS LIVE
Finally, Ustadh Nouman will teach a 5-night intensive so that students are clear on what to do after Dream Worldwide. 
WHERE
Toronto
University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)
CCT Building - Lecture Hall CC1080
Copenhagen
Royal Danish Library
The Black Diamond (Den Sorte Diamant - Dronningesalen)
Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1
1221 København K
Dallas
1701 W Euless Blvd, Euless TX 76040
Venue: ELITE RESORT & SPA 
Hall: Noor Tent 
Address:
Bldg. 101, Area 322,
Shk. Hamad Causeway,
Muharraq, Bahrain
Tel. (+973) 17313333 
Fax (+973) 17313344
BAHRAIN, DATE AND TIME
DALLAS, DATE AND TIME
BAHRAIN 2019
January 4th - 13th

Timing: 
Jan 4th - Jan 13th : 6 pm - 10:30 pm 


THE BAYYINAH DREAM CURRICULUM
1
The fundamentals of Nahw
Nahw is is the study of the way words in the Arabic language work together to form meaningful language. In short you can say it’s Arabic grammar. In this unit students gain the most foundational knowledge of Arabic grammar and morphology that paves the way for all further study of Arabic. This is the most important component of the Dream program. Students will learn the grammatical characteristics of nouns, verbs, prepositions, fragmented phrases and basic complete sentences.
2
The fundamentals of Sarf
Sarf is the study of morphology. That means it is the study of how the spellings of words impact what they mean in Arabic. In this unit students gain foundational knowledge of the system of Arabic morphology as it is broken into verb patterns and families. This knowledge will then help students acquire vocabulary at an exponentially faster rate and also sharpen their ability to decipher meanings of individual words based on their spelling patterns.
3
Advanced Sarf
This unit consists of the study of irregular verb and noun conjugations, the implications of complex conjugations and the meanings behind the patterns of Arabic spellings.
4
Advanced Nahw
This unit includes the study of advanced sentence structure, complex fragments, issues in translation, multiple grammatical ways of looking at the same ayaat and the impact of each on translation and the science of I’rab (grammatical analysis).
5
Balaghah
Balagha means rhetoric. It is the study of the powerful tools in the language that a speaker uses to have deep impact on his or her listeners. This unit utilizes Bayyinah’s unique method of teaching the classical science of Arabic rhetoric in an applied fashion. Examples used are either every day speech or Qur’an. Students gain a literary and linguistic appreciation of the Qur’an’s artistic style.
6
Surah Al-Baqarah Translation
This course is the fruit of all previous labor. It is a walkthrough of all of surat al baqarah analyzing all of the nahw, sarf and balaghah previously studied so students have deep applied knowledge of their Arabic learning through the largest sura of the Qur’an.
The fundamentals of Nahw
Nahw is is the study of the way words in the Arabic language work together to form meaningful language. In short you can say it’s Arabic grammar. In this unit students gain the most foundational knowledge of Arabic grammar and morphology that paves the way for all further study of Arabic. This is the most important component of the Dream program. Students will learn the grammatical characteristics of nouns, verbs, prepositions, fragmented phrases and basic complete sentences.
The fundamentals of Sarf
Sarf is the study of morphology. That means it is the study of how the spellings of words impact what they mean in Arabic. In this unit students gain foundational knowledge of the system of Arabic morphology as it is broken into verb patterns and families. This knowledge will then help students acquire vocabulary at an exponentially faster rate and also sharpen their ability to decipher meanings of individual words based on their spelling patterns.
Advanced Sarf
This unit consists of the study of irregular verb and noun conjugations, the implications of complex conjugations and the meanings behind the patterns of Arabic spellings.
Advanced Nahw
This unit includes the study of advanced sentence structure, complex fragments, issues in translation, multiple grammatical ways of looking at the same ayaat and the impact of each on translation and the science of I’rab (grammatical analysis).
Balaghah
Balagha means rhetoric. It is the study of the powerful tools in the language that a speaker uses to have deep impact on his or her listeners. This unit utilizes Bayyinah’s unique method of teaching the classical science of Arabic rhetoric in an applied fashion. Examples used are either every day speech or Qur’an. Students gain a literary and linguistic appreciation of the Qur’an’s artistic style.
Surah Al-Baqarah Translation
This course is the fruit of all previous labor. It is a walkthrough of all of surat al baqarah analyzing all of the nahw, sarf and balaghah previously studied so students have deep applied knowledge of their Arabic learning through the largest sura of the Qur’an.
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