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Title: Amalan Solat Fardhu Murid Tahun Tiga Di Sekolah Rendah
Authors: Abdullah @ Zakaria, Nur Faridah binti
Keywords: prayer
practice,
importance,
Issue Date: Jul-2016
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam malaysia
Abstract: Prayer is a routine that must be implemented by every Muslim individuals. Perfect prayer can keep people from evil acts. This research was conducted to determine the extent of the pupils understanding in year three primary schools to practice and the importance of prayers in their daily lives. This research has three scope of the practice, the key factors that affect the students perform prayers and the importance of implementing prayers. The respondents was year five pupils from SK Putrajaya Presint 14(1), Putrajaya. The total number of the selected sample was 69 pupils, which is one third of the total number of the year three. In this study, researchers used a questionnaire as an instrument. The researchers used descriptive statistics to obtain mean and percent correlation and statistical inference Person using the Statistical Package For The Social Sciences (SPSS) version 20.0 software. The analysis showed that the respondents were aware and understand the importance of prayer with the total high score (4.21). However, the practice of praying in pupils is average and less satisfactory with a total mean score (2.33). This matter should be taken seriously by all parties to make the practice of prayer as a daily routine of pupils. Thus, several proposals were submitted to the parties to take action to raise awareness and improve the practice of prayer among pupils, especially in Sekolah Kebangsaan Putrajaya Presint 14(1), Putrajaya.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/12610
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