The teacher is a figure who is expected to be able to provide enlightenment and
guidance in the behavior of children. Included in the moral development of
students, so that students can distinguish what is good and what is bad according
to reason and norms that exist in the environment where students are. Moral
development must start from the basic level, so that students have a strong
foundation in daily behavior. This study took SMK Negeri 1 Tebing Tinggi as the
object of research. As for the results of the study, there were still many students of
SMK Negeri 1 Tebing Tinggi who were not good at reading the Qur'an. Efforts
are made by Islamic Religious Education Teachers by: (1) Cultivating morals in
students, (2) praying dhuha and dzuhur in congregation and (3) learning to read
the Qur'an and memorize daily prayers. So that the efforts made by Islamic
Religious Education Teachers can be said to be less successful, it can be seen that
30% of students have not been able to read the Qur'an.
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