Framework of Incorporating Character Education into Indonesian EFL Listening Materials: a Proposal
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This paper offers a solution to Indonesian’s mission of incorporating character education for higher institution. Characters is seen as a dimension of content competence namely attitude in EFL listening classes. Developed using Content-Based Instruction approach, the alternative view is reflected through materials design to target the strengthening moral values, principles, and attitudes. The framework also responds to the perspective of English as a Lingua Franca. It thus leads to learning targets to allow students to become concerned, informed, and involved in developing self as a citizen, and to respond to 21st century language competences, especially on the ability to embrace cross-cultural understanding and use of digital technology in classroom language learning. The proposed framework is offered through the decisions made on the materials’ resources, methods of development, activities and assessment.
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