Literasi Digital Dalam Pembelajaran Fikih Kelas IX Madrasah Tsanawiyah Negeri 2 Kotamobagu

  • Asrun Hasbi Mokodongan Madrasah Tsanawiyah Negeri 2 Kotamobagu Sulawesi Utara, Indonesia
Keywords: Digital Literacy, Fiqh Learning


Researchers examine digital-based fiqh learning literacy at the analysis, creation, and reflection stages of madrasa teachers in learning. At the analysis stage, how does the teacher direct students to use critical thinking skills to dissect the purpose of a message, target audience, impact, as well as the credibility of a learning media content on fiqh subjects about procedures for slaughtering animals. Then, does the ability at the analysis stage produce proper techniques and compositions in fiqh learning and how to evaluate the results of content creation based on social responsibility, and ethics on the internet in a review of Islamic education? The qualitative research method used in this study describes a phenomenon as it is, and describes symbols or signs that will be implemented according to the reality and the context, especially in fiqh learning about procedures for slaughtering animals based on digital literacy. The result of the research is students access information about the procedures for slaughtering animals through the internet in the form of slaughtering tutorial videos and animations. Students determine and display the slaughter video and then analyze the slaughter process in accordance with the terms and pillars of slaughter in Islam. the shortcomings of each of the videos found were completed by students made in content creations that are in accordance with Islam. In addition, the need for etiquette in slaughtering, preparing before carrying out the slaughter process, and etiquette in treating animals to be slaughtered are the main things that must be considered.


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Hasbi Mokodongan, A. (2022). Literasi Digital Dalam Pembelajaran Fikih Kelas IX Madrasah Tsanawiyah Negeri 2 Kotamobagu . Madinah: Jurnal Studi Islam, 9(1), 45-55. Retrieved from