Letting learners rehearse play for assembly

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If a Muslim cover teacher who covers other teacher’s classes (not Islamic school) for a short period of time, when they are out doing planning and meetings etc (U.K.), is asked to teach the class and make the class rehearse their assembly based on the story ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.

The words/lines and script was already written by the class teacher who is a Christian, so the Muslim cover teacher had to make the class practice their assembly and rehearse it by reading their words and lines and script and act it out etc.

Some of the childrens slrehearsal words/lines for the assembly were prayers at the end of assembly/script( Christian prayers) such as:
“Dear God, help us to look after each other and always be kind . Amen”, “Dear God , thank you for letting us listen to stories. Help us to always listen carefully and be polite.Amen.”

The Muslim teacher made the class verbally rehearse and practice the above words/lines/assembly and act out the assembly and he Also instructed the children when to say the lines and instructed and modelled how words/lines should be said e.g. loud voice, clear and correctly etc

Does the teacher lose his imaan if he made the class verbally rehearse and practice the above words/lines/script and assembly or any of the above?

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Asked on June 16, 2017 2:00 pm
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Answered on June 17, 2017 6:17 pm