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Civics Subject

  • Category: KTSP SUBJECT
  • Published on Wednesday, 01 August 2012 13:12
  • Written by Apriandi
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Introduction

As like what all subjects commonly taught at school, Civics and moral education covers the sense of knowledge, skills, as well as values. Civics and moral education is simply designed to shape and help students to be ideal citizens who are basically defined as to have a good sense

of religious faith, knowledge, skills as well as citizenship values and concepts. By those values mentioned previously, consequently, the students are expected to be contributory in term of realizing a democratic and constitutional society.

Each of criteria of being a good citizen in some countries is different to one another. These differences are influenced by the point of view each country has, which is merely reflected in their constitutions. To Indonesia, a good citizen is defined as the one who is able to apply and contribute the roles he/she has to his/her colleagues, other citizens and countries according to the idea of UUD 1945.

As the issues mentioned above, Civics and moral education is to cover the sense of knowledge, skills, as well as citizenship values as described on the structural table of Civics Knowledge below.

Contents

NO

ASPECT

COMPETENCE

1

State Unity,

  1. Positive attitudes toward the Unitary State Republic of Indonesia,
  2. Transparency and the guarantee on the people justice

2

Norms, laws and regulations

  1. Law system and national courtship
  2. International law and courtship

3

Human rights

  Advancement, respects and protection on human rights

4

Citizens’ Necessity/Concern

  Equality among citizens

5

State’s Constitution

  Relationship between State’s Foundation and Constitution

6

State power and politics

  1. Democracy and political systemk
  2. Political culture
  3. Political culture  as to achieve the idea of pluralistic society
  4. Government system
  5. Pers in a democratic society

7

Pancasila

  Pancasila as an open-state’s ideolgy

8

Globalization

  International partnership and international organization

  Evaluating globalization

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