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Children with Low-Functioning Autism (LFA) experience great difficulty in learning due to lack of concentration and other impairments. However, this study has taken a wise step by focusing on the strengths of the children with LFA and maximizes it rather than solely on the deficiencies incurred by them. The objective of this study is to digitize the ABAHATA Al-Jabari method by developing an interactive game to support learning Al-Quran for children with LFA. This study introduces the integration of Listening, Arranging, Constructing, Imitation and Pronunciation (LACIP) skills as the needs for children with LFA in their learning process. Furthermore, this study presents the discussions on the LACIP skill theory from the Al-Quran perspective thus applies it in the design and development of the game prototypes. Therefore, by converting the ABAHATA AL-Jabari method into the digital form, this study is hoped to offer an alternative way for children with LFA to learn Al-Quran. Hence provide them with opportunities to study Al-Quran like other normal Muslim children.
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