Pembelajaran Seni Bahasa dalam Konteks Lintas Kurikulum melalui Drama

https://doi.org/10.22146/art.11650

Rin Surtantini(1*)

(1) Universitas Gadjah Mada
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Everyone is entitled to draw on the arts elements to create and give meanings, to
express themselves, to communicate and share the meanings with other people, and
to understand the world around them. Activities related to arts belong to every human
being, and anything refl ected in arts is about human being. In the context of crosscurriculum,
arts can be creatively woven into other subject areas, or is linked with a wide
variety of subjects in the educational program. As one of the school subject, language
arts is the vehicle of communication by which we live, work, share, and build ideas and
understandings of the present, refl ect on the past, and imagine the future. Language
arts incorporates the integrated teaching and learning of oral, written, and visual texts
through reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing. The paper highlights drama as
an alternative of arts activity integrated in a cross-curricular language arts program.

Keywords


arts; art activities; cross-curriculum; language arts



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