E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 5, 2023

Historical Values Integration in Social Studies for Grade VIII Junior High School Students

Author(s): Jeanne Francoise, Suswandari, Lely Qodariah


This research aims to describe social studies learning ideas and activities connected with historical values, focusing on eighth-grade students. The qualitative research method was applied, along with content analysis. Literature reviews from various relevant sources, such as books, articles in books, scientific papers in journals, and official websites relating to integrating historical values in social studies learning, were used as data sources. The selection of grade VIII junior high school students is relevant to the research subject, namely early teenagers with character development who still require adequate guidance to appreciate historical values in their social studies. According to the findings, integration is an alignment process or a process of enriching social studies learning through a historical approach to producing coherent social studies learning based on precise historical chronology, thereby making educators and students more anticipatory and prospective. The following methods can accomplish model integration: 1) Topics, 2) Main Potentials/Opportunities, and 3) Problems. The alignment process makes the social studies subjects more thorough and understandable.

Keywords: Historical Value, Junior High School Students, Integration, Teaching, Social Studies

Pages: 1021-1024

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