Local Account Analysis that can be Integrated into the Basic IPS Competence in Class VI Basic School
AbstractEducation is a forum for building human character, noble character and interacting with the environment. Interaction with the environment is made into a good habit to be preserved and then passed on to the younger generations hoping that, the younger generation will have the character expected by the environment. The character expected by the environment can be read in students if they can recognize local wisdom because local wisdom has the right, noble values and contains rules used in running life. So that life becomes more meaningful. This research uses a qualitative approach. A qualitative approach is to collect information from various sources with a natural object. In this study, sources of data were two traditional leaders, two community leaders, two teachers, and three education and cultural offices. Data collection techniques are interviews, observation, and documentation study. The data analysis technique uses Miles and Huberman's opinion, namely, data reduction, data display, and decision making. Meanwhile, the validity of the data used specialized triangulation techniques. After conducting interviews with traditional leaders, community leaders, and teachers, then analyzing the 2013 curriculum, local wisdom, the object of research, namely local wisdom of the nek pung dance and ngubat padi, can be integrated into all essential competencies of Class 6 social studies.
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