Task and Forced Instructional Strategy: Instructional Strategy Based on Character and Culture of Indonesia Nation

Leonard Leonard(1*)

(1) University of Indraprasta PGRI
(*) Corresponding Author


The application of instructional strategy must be considered to the characteristics and students' culture to get an optimal learning result. The Indonesian character's to be based on this strategy isn't finish the task well if there is no compulsion or punishment. This character to be a background of purpose task and forced instructional strategy. This strategy emphasized a routine task and well plan for the students, notice the deadline for finishing the task and the punishment if the task doesn't finish well. This strategy can be the alternative strategy to increase learning quality, especially to develop the student's awareness about how the study is the important things for themselves.


instructional strategy, task and forced, Indonesian character

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