Internalisation of Spiritual Character Values in Learning of Indonesian Language and Literature Based Curriculum 2013

Muhammad Saleh(1*),

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This article aimed to describe: (1) form of spiritual character values internalisation in the learning of Indonesian language and literature; and (2) strategy of spiritual character values internalisation in Indonesian language and literature learning. Research subjects are teachers and students of senior high school in Indonesian language and literature learning. Data were collected through observation and interviews. The collected data is analyzed descriptively qualitative interactive model through four main activities, namely data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and verification/conclusion. Based on the research objectives, the research results show two main points. First, the form of internalisation of spiritual character values in Indonesian language learning is represented in three main activities of learning, ie opening activities (praying and motivating), core activities (explaining, giving examples, commanding, and giving assignments), and closing activities (delivering moral messages and praying). Second, the strategies used by teachers to integrate spiritual character values in Indonesian language and literature learning are two, namely: (1) values infiltration strategy, and (2) competency spectrum strategy.

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