DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURAL LITERATION IN LEARNING TO BUILD STUDENTS’ CHARACTER

Heni Dwi Arista

Abstract


This article discusses issues regarding the development of cultural
literacy in learning to build student character. Students are social
beings who in everyday life always interact with the environment,
both social and natural environments. In this interaction, they must
comply with cultural values that need to be upheld and respected
together. Violation of cultural values can cause problems in social
interactions. Therefore, students need to have cultural literacy skills
that can be instilled through learning in schools. Classes as a small,
limited community can be an arena to foster and increase
understanding of the culture of the community where students live.
Through learning, students are guided and directed to gain learning
experiences and ethical attitudes that can make students have good
character. These good characters have significant benefits in
supporting their success in social life.

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