THE INTEGRATION OF CHARACTERS EDUCATION INTO TEACHING READING HORTATORY TEXT
This paper describes how to implement the character education in the classroom by
using the reading skill hortatory exposition text. At the beginning of the lesson, the
teacher has to model one of the characters that the students have to adopt then to make
the students think creatively, the teacher shows a picture and asks them to share their
ideas about it. After that, the teacher distributes a hortatory text that related to the
picture and consists of character education on it. The teacher guides the students to
comprehend the text and discuss what the text tells about. The teacher also introduces
some character education on his/her steps of teaching. To make the students more
understand about the text, the teacher asks the students to work in pair to make a
summary writing about the text and repot it in front of the class.by using their own
Key Words: Character Education, Reading, Hortatory Text
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