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Volume 7, Number 4 / August issue 2021
Venita Angraeny, Yetrie Ludang, Andi Bustan, Joni Bungai, Firlianty, Herianto
History learning in junior high schools with utilization of the surrounding environment
Abstract

In the scope of history learning, an approach is needed that strengthens students' understanding of historical values. There are so many values and benefits that can be gained from the environment as a source of learning in education, even almost all the themes of activities can be learned from the environment. However, it is necessary to have creativity and an innovative spirit from teachers to be able to take advantage of the environment as a learning resource. The environment is a rich and attractive learning resource for students. Any environment can be a fun place for students. If during class the students are introduced by the teacher about fossils, by utilizing the environment students will be able to gain more experience. In utilizing this environment, the teacher can bring activities that are usually carried out in the classroom into the open, in this case the environment. However, if the teacher tells the story in the classroom, the nuances that occur in the classroom will not be as natural as if the teacher invited students to take advantage of the environment.
Keywords: history learning, environment, teacher, student, junior high school

Cite this article:
Venita Angraeny, Yetrie Ludang, Andi Bustan, Joni Bungai, Firlianty, Herianto. History learning in junior high schools with utilization of the surrounding environment. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(4)2021, 14-25.


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