Character Building (Speech)

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Assalamu’alaikum Wr.Wb.
With all due respect to the honorable judges, and all the audience here ladies and gentlemen. First of all let me introduce my self, my name is Isnaini Nur Widiastuti and I am from SMA N 1 Bantul. Here, I will deliver my speech about how to build student’s character with Indonesian personality.
Character Building, family plays an important role in character building therefore it must start from the family to build the personality of anoble nation. Family plays an important position in instilling the values of Pancasila which emphasizes the value of honesty, mutual cooperation, tolerance and hard work. Because of that family is the power of the state.
Parenting provided are intimately associated with the character of children in growth will carry over into adult. Currently, Indonesian children have intelligence above average and achievements in all fields of science, but there are still committing violations or acts of violence indicates that there are still children who no longer have good ethics and values of Pancasila. An effective way to promote Pancasila values other than through the family of course also in education. Education should be able to lower the Pancasila became a practical social relations. Through education Pancasila can be deconstructed into interesting material to be learned by educators and students. Pancasila can be the basis of the distinctive character of education in Indonesia, with a focus on diversity,tolerance, and social justice. Pancasila values diversity can be the basic of character education. We no longer need to search for even form of character education model because we already have it. The first principle is Ketuhanan Yang Maha Esa. The value of tolerance so far only a discourse and difficult to implement. This resulted in weakness of character of the community. Schools should begin to try to decipher the first principle to be material values in character education. For example,

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