PERSEPSI SISWA MAN INSAN CENDEKIA SAMBAS TENTANG PENGARUH KELANCARAN DALAM MEMBACA AL-QUR’AN TERHADAP JUMLAH HAFALAN AL-QUR’AN
Keywords:Perception, Effect of Smoothness in Reading the Qur'an, Qur'an Memorization.
Research has been conducted on the Perception of MAN Insan Scholar Student About the Effect
of Smoothness in Reading the Qur'an Against the Number of Qur'an Memorization. The
purpose of this research is to find out and describe the level of fluency of MAN Insan Scholar
Sambas students in reading the Qur'an, knowing and describing the perceptions of MAN Insan
Scholar Sambas students about the effect of fluency in reading the Qur'an on the number of
memorization of the Qur'an, and to find out how far the knowledge of MAN Insan Scholar
Sambas students about the law of reading the Qur'an. This research method is a descriptive
method using quantitative analysis in the form of a percentage of the number of students who
answer the questions asked in the questionnaire. Respondents in this study were five
representative students from each grade 10 and grade 11 in the 2018/2019 school year with a
total of 40 students. The selection of respondents was based on the latest educational
background of the respondents, resulting in 50% coming from public junior high schools and
50% from Islamic-based schools such as MTs or Islamic boarding schools. The results showed
that the majority of students (92%) thought that fluency in reading the Qur'an affected students'
memorization. Most of them reasoned that it could happen because with fluency in reading the
Qur'an it is easier to memorize the Qur'an so that the number of memorization can increase.
But a small proportion among students (8%) think that fluency in reading the Qur'an does not
affect the number of students memorizing. They reasoned that there were many methods of
memorization that could be used, one of which was to listen to the Murottal Al-Qur'an (the
Sima’i method). This shows that the majority of students are of the view that fluency in
memorizing the Qur'an influences the number of memorization.