Early Literacy in Early Childhood Suku Anak Dalam Dharmasraya

Dian Arsa(1),

(1) Universitas Negeri Padang
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: 10.31004/obsesi.v3i1.159
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Submitted : 2019-02-01
Published : 2019-02-05

Abstract


Early literacy is a very important part of children the early age development. If in this phase the absorption of children's information is good, the child's brain must receive stimulation from information and knowledge that develops in the next phase of the child. However, if seen in the Suku Anak Dalam, what is the initial literacy in children after early in this group? In addition to the majority of the Suku Anak Dalam enjoying educational services, other children outside the tribe are given. For this reason, this research was conducted, to see how to introduce early literacy for early childhood to one of the groups of Suku Anak Dalam who performed in Dharmasraya. This introduction was carried out by a small community of Learning Friends. This research is classified as qualitative research, with analysis of Miles and Huberman. The results of this study, the initial literacy in early childhood Suku Anak Dalam in accordance with the achievements of Learning Friends. Various things can be explored from these children, how they spend time in the forest as children, how they obtain basic knowledge from the people around them, and their contact with the surrounding environment / nature around them.


Keywords


Early Literacy; children the early age; Suku Anak Dalam

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