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CURRICULUM IN MORAL EDUCATION

COMPARISON IN MORAL EDUCATION


BETWEEN CHINA AND MALAYSIA

Prepared for
Dr Supiah Saad
Prepared by
Masrijah Masir 1110902
Nur Amira Zainuddin 1129302
Nur Farah Amalina Zulkifly
Nur Syahirah Che Lah 1116770
Wan Hazirah Wan Osman 1112304

Philosophy of education in Malaysia


Education in Malaysia is a continuous

effort towards enhancing potentials of


individuals in a holistic and integrated
manner in order to create individuals
who are well-equipped intellectually,
spiritually and emotionally. This effort
aims to produce knowledgeable,
ethical and responsible Malaysian
citizens who are can contribute
towards the harmony and prosperity
of the community and nation.

AIM
MALAYSIA

CHINA

Moral education is a subject Influence in a positive


that is taught about the
manner, character and well
application of values in
being of the younger
students to be applied in all
generation of China
day life
Targets:
Targets:
All Muslim and non-Muslim
Taught to Non-Muslim
students
students.
-They are taught Moral
education to ensure the
application of the pure value
can also be delivered to them.
Muslim students, they have
the subject of Islamic
Education
-this subject has been taught

CONCEPT
MALAYSIA

CHINA

Involves three areas:

Involves three relationships:

Moral reasoning
Moral feeling
Moral Action

Personal
Social
Environment

GOALS
MALAYSIA
adopt values
The love and loyalty to the
nation
uphold the constitution and
the rule of law
Manners and morals
challenge 2020
know and exercise their
rights under the constitution
identify and carry out their
responsibilities as citizens
malaysia
nurture the habit of courtesy
become moral agents

CHINA
Primary goal
Foster the students into
citizen with ardently love for
the motherland, social ethic,
civilized behavior and
observation of laws
Social needs
Personal benefit

SOURCES
MALAYSIA
Based on the Ministry of
education
The syllabus include all moral
values from all religion but
explain generally.

CHINA
Confucianism
Benevolence
Rightness
Propriety
Wisdom
Trustworthiness
Communism
Psychology
Mental health

Differences and Similarities


Malaysia:
standard 1 until form 5
Exam oriented
Malay language
Use syllabus from MOE

China:
Primary, middle and high school, university levels
Exam oriented
Chinese language
Use syllabus from MOE

Problems and challenges of moral


education teachers
Students who speak a different language

and nation
The back of the class who have a problem
understanding
students of other races difficult to
understand malay language
communication problems
somewhat limited teaching time to carry out
activities
The school uses the term subject to moral
core subject