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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Teaching Materials for Reading Folklore Using Character Education to Build Critical Literary Culture

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AUTHOR(S)

Evi Chamalah, Agus Nuryatin, Suminto A. Sayuti, Ida Zulaeha

 

KEYWORDS

Teaching materials, reading folklore, character education, critical literacy.

 

ABSTRACT

This research is a qualitative research on the need for teaching materials to read folklore with character education to build a critical literacy culture for students. Based on the needs analysis of the need for teaching materials to read folklore with character education to build a critical literacy culture for students, students expect the teaching materials to be in accordance with the feasibility standards of teaching materials which include (1) learning aspects of reading folklore, (2) aspects of material needs teach reading folklore, (3) aspects of the need for content of teaching material, (4) aspects of presentation of teaching material, (5) aspects of the needs of character education values in teaching material reading folklore, (6) aspects of the need to present teaching material reading folklore, (7) aspects of linguistic needs and supporting illustrations of teaching material reading folklore, (8) aspects of physical needs / graphic comprehension of teaching material reading folklore.

 

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