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Article Published In Vol.6 (May-June-2018)

The Playing Learning of Cheerful Pencak Silat

Pages : 553-562, DOI:

Author : Erna Budiarti, Myrnawati Crie Handini and Firmansyah Dlis

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Background and aims: Teach spiritual character through traditional culture Play Pencak Silat on 5-6 year olds with
simple movements. The goal is to be easily understood and practiced in Early Childhood (AUD) including Children with Special Needs (ABK). Methods and procedures: Research This action uses Kemmis and Taggart method which is done with planning, action, observation and reflection. The study continued until the third cycle and successfully completed with the learning model using the theme of learning with simple technology media, active learning based on Motion & Song and Drama variations as well as integrated reflection. Outcomes and results: The results of this assessment indicate that Pencak Silat play can develop all potential and talents of interest of children that have direct impact in motion skills of the approach to play so as to facilitate the improvement of spiritual character. Conclusions and Implications: Playing Pencak Silat can improve the Spiritual Character has been significantly tested by using T test. The act of playing Pencak Silat (a combination of fine and coarse motor coordination supported by the art of breathing, high focus, verbal music, traditional music and national anthem) can be used in the inclusive Kindergarten which is being intensively programmed by the Government. Playing Cheerful Pencak Silat (Carnival, Motion & Song Variation Drama, Fun cooking), Therapy of Children with Special Needs, Love Character of Homeland. The implications of this research are to support 4C which is currently required to be mastered by Early Childhood (AUD) in 2020, namely Creativity, Ability to work collaboratively.

Keywords: Playing Learning of Cheerful, Pencak Silat



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