Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Language, Literature, Culture and Education 2015
ISBN 978-967-13140-7-4

Bagdadi Method and Tahfiz Students’ Intrinsic Motivation toward Reading Qur’an: A Case Study of Sekola Dar-Al Muhibbeen Kuala Lumpur

Ahmad Abdullahi Ibrahim, Rabiu Garba Idris, Muhammad Bello Ibrahim, Mohammed Waziri Bularafa

International Islamic University Malaysia


This study aims to explore the impact of the adoption of Bagdadi method on tahfiz students’ intrinsic motivation and their ability to master Qur’an recitation. To achieve the aim, the researcher purposively selected and interviewed a number of tahfiz teachers and students from Sekola Dar-Al Muhibbeen, Kuala Lumpur to examine how learning by Bagdadi method influence students’ intrinsic motivation. Besides that, non participant observations were conducted to ensure the trustworthiness of the data. The data were collected, transcribed, coded and separated, and then analyzed using inductive analysis model. The findings show that the use of Bagdadi intrinsically motivates tahfiz students to learn reading Qur’an; enable them to read Qur’an within one month especially those with good psychomotor skills and students perceive learning with Bagdadi is easy and funny as it gives them happiness and enjoyment in the classroom. Finally, this research helps tahfiz teachers in boosting up their interest to use Bagdadi in their teaching.


Bagdadi Method, intrinsic motivation, tahfiz students.

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