INDONESIAN FOLKLORE ANIMATION AS ENGLISH LEARNING MEDIA AND STUDENTS’ CHARACTER EDUCATION FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL

Mutiarani Mutiarani, Irpan Ali Rahman

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This paper focuses on an exploration of Indonesian folklore animation in English version as a medium for learning English as well as students’ character education. In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, the use of animation media as an alternative solution to the challenges of the times in integrating technological progress with learning process. This study used descriptive qualitative research methods to examine the Indonesian folklore in English version. The findings of the research are 1). Indonesian folklore animation is expected to be able to teach  English skills such as vocabulary, structure, listening skills, and speaking skills; 2) it is expected to be able to become a character education media for children in introducing the values of local wisdom. Indonesian folkore animation not only helps students in transferring folklore content that is of noble values but also they are expected to be able to obtain a more meaningful English learning process.


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