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Wed, 20 Mar

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IISO - Nakano Bldg.

4th Quran Research Conference - Primary Grades (5 and 6) & Junior High/High School Graders

Quran Research Conference aims to cultivate a deep understanding of the Quran's meaning. And to enhance students' presentation skills, computer proficiency, and self-confidence, particularly in addressing questions posed by the judges.

4th Quran Research Conference - Primary Grades (5 and 6) & Junior High/High School Graders
4th Quran Research Conference - Primary Grades (5 and 6) & Junior High/High School Graders

Time & Location

20 Mar 2024, 15:00 – 17:30

IISO - Nakano Bldg., Japan, 〒170-0005 Tokyo, Toshima City, Minamiōtsuka, 3-chōme−29−9 中野ビル

About the Event

4th Quran Research Conference - Primary Grades (5 and 6) & Junior High/High School Graders

Quran Research Conference aims to cultivate a deep understanding of the Quran's meaning. And to enhance students' presentation skills, computer proficiency, and self-confidence, particularly in addressing questions posed by the judges.

We welcome participation from both individual learners and collaborative school-based teams, providing diverse opportunities for students to engage in meaningful Quranic research.

1- Conference Themes for Primary Grades:

- Success and Loss in Quran (الفوز والفلاح) (الخسران)

- Allah loves and Allah doesn't love (الله يحب)(الله لايحب)

- No fear concerning them nor will they grieve (لا خوف عليهم ولا هم يحزنون)

- Student's Own Theme

2- Conference Theme for Junior High and High School Graders:

- Call from Allah SWT to Mankind (O’ mankind) or O’ people who have believed.

- Student's Own Theme.

3- Guidelines for Research:

- Students are tasked with finding and analyzing all verses in the Qur'an that support the selected theme.

- Emphasize the importance of understanding the context and linguistic nuances of the verses.

- The research should include a detailed summary, a comparison of relevant verses, and a thoughtful conclusion based on their understanding.

- Encourage students to consider how the chosen theme applies to daily life and personal development.

4- Research Presentation:

- Each participant must design an A0 poster or a PowerPoint presentation to present their research visually.

- Originality and creativity in the presentation are crucial for effective communication.

- Students may present their research in Arabic, English, or Japanese, or a combination of these languages.

5- Submission Requirements & Important deadlines:

- A written summary of the research findings, including a comparison of verses, thoughtful conclusions, and reflections on practical implementation in daily life should be submitted by March 10th, 2024.

- A digital copy or photograph of the A0 poster or PowerPoint presentation should be submitted by March 15th, 2024.

- Students must present their research on March 20th at the IISO building or online through Zoom; further details will be communicated later. For participants on the IISO premises, Iftar will be provided.

6- Evaluation Criteria:

- Accuracy and thoroughness in identifying relevant verses.

- Understanding of the verses and their context.

- Thoughtfulness in summarizing, comparing, and concluding their findings.

- Creativity and originality in the presentation.

- Reflection on practical implementation in daily life.

- Bonus points for multilingual presentations, showcasing a nuanced understanding of the chosen languages.

7- Prizes and Recognition:

Certificates, trophies, or other recognition for outstanding research, creativity, and effective presentation.

8- Grand Finale: 

Iftar Party to celebrate with our young Qur'an Conference Stars.

Tickets

  • Individual Ticket

    ¥
    +Service fee
  • Team Ticket (For school-based)

    ¥
    +Service fee
  • Donate

    ¥
    +Service fee

Total

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