Effectiveness of Story Based Learning Strategy in Learning Islamic Cultural History


  • Dewi Silfiana UIN K.H. Abdurrahman Wahid Pekalongan


effectiveness, story based learning, history of Islamic culture


Story-based learning is a way of presenting material using stories and case studies. The storytelling process is very important because it is in this process that the message of the story can reach students. Storytelling is the most effective way to develop children's knowledge, feelings, social aspects, and appreciation aspects. This study uses qualitative research with field research methods that examine data related to research data. This research is located at Fatkhul Qowim Islamic Junior High School Wonokerto which is located at Pattimura street, Api-Api Village in Wonokerto District, Pekalongan Regency, Central Java Province. The subjects of this research are teachers who teach Islamic Culture History subjects at Fatkhul Qowim Islamic Junior High School named Mr. Sodri, S.Ag. and seventh grade students at Fatkhul Qowim Wonokerto Islamic Junior High School. Based on the results of observations and interviews, story-based learning strategies used for learning Islamic cultural history at Fatkhul Qowim Wonokerto Islamic Junior High School are very ineffective because in the middle of learning students feel bored, some talk to themselves, some are sleepy, some chat with their classmates. and no one realizes it.