The Implementation of Learning Hijaiyah Letters for Deaf Children (Case Study in Class V SLB-B Sumbersari)

  • Fahtu Khaerunnisa Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Yayan Nurbayan Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Nunung Nursyamsiah Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  • Maman Abdurrahman Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Keywords: Arabic, Hijaiyah Letters, Deaf Children


As Muslim reading the holy al-Quran is the important thing. Although with the shortcomings and limitations that have not prevented someone to learn the hijaiyah letters. Likewise with the case in SLB-B Sumbersari. With the deafness experienced it does not make the students forget to their obligations as Muslims. This research aims to provide an overview of the learning hijaiyah letters in deaf students at SLB-B Sumbersari. One of the responsibilities of the school is to provide learning about the Muslim’s obligations in the world, such as learning hijaiyah letters without making shortcomings as an excuse. This research uses qualitative approaches with descriptive methods. Data was collected through interviews, observation and documentation studies. Data validity examination technique uses triangulation techniques. From the results of the study, it can be known that the lesson planning has been carried out quite well, even though the teacher does not have a written assessment at the time of learning the hijaiyah letters. The implementation of learning the hijaiyah letters has been going quite well. The learning methods used are methods of writing, reading and kinesthetic or groping. Evaluation of learning hijaiyah letters using process evaluation and evaluation of results. School facilities and infrastructure are actually adequate, but there isn’t media for learning hijaiyah letters which can makes it easier for children to remember hijaiyah letters. The problem is the lack of student’s concentration during learning hijaiyah letters and other difficulty is the teachers who are not of islamic or Arabic education background.