Your search for an Islamic studies high school curriculum ends here.
Teaching material by educators, for educators.
As teachers, we know what it’s like to feel defeated by outdated textbooks (or no books at all), disengaged students, tough faith questions, and little to no support. So we created Yaqeen Curriculum™ to change that. It’s packed with everything you need, designed by educators and backed by scholars.
What’s special about it?
Principles of faith
Faith in action
The everyday ethics of life
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the curriculum designed for?
Our curriculum is designed for a high school audience to be used by educators in full-time Islamic schools, weekend schools, and homeschools. It is also suitable for community leaders to use with their youth groups.
Can the curriculum be used for homeschooling?
Yes, our curriculum can be used for homeschooling, in addition to weekend schools, full-time Islamic schools and with youth groups.
Do I need to have an educational background to teach the curriculum?
Although it is ideal for our users to have experience in teaching Islamic Studies, our curriculum provides step-by-step directions and explanations so even those with less experience can learn how to effectively teach our units. For those who have a history in teaching, we encourage you to modify the lesson plans where needed, and share with us your results!
How do I use the curriculum?
Our curriculum is designed as a supplement to existing Islamic Studies’ curricula to enhance the classroom experience with relevant and contemporary topics. You can incorporate our lesson plans into your classroom schedules on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. You can also select individual lesson plans to teach from each curriculum unit that best fit your needs.
How long is each curriculum unit?
Each curriculum unit consists of 3-5 lesson plans, with each lesson designed for approximately 50-minute sessions each. Lesson plans can be taught within the allotted time period, or shortened or extended to meet student needs.
How is each unit broken down?
All units include learning objectives, ready-made presentations, worksheets, and assessments.