1.8 SE hatch?? That's NOT a USA model. Keep in mind that this picture is from a USA 2000 Accord EX 4-door. Hopefully the rear brakes are similar.
Remove the wheel/tire. Disconnect the handbrake cable.
There's a couple flat-head screws (#36) in the rotor - start soaking them with penetrating oil (PB Blaster, Kroil, Liquid Wrench, or whatever similar product you can find).
Remove the small bolts (#30) that hold the caliper. Slide the caliper off, which might be a bit tricky if it's tight. Maybe leave one of those bolts in loose & pivot the caliper like a hinge. Remove the pads.
Remove the larger bolts #32 holding the caliper braket.
Remove those flat-head bolts that have been soaking. The rotor "should" come off. Often it's stuck on with rust, so you might have to pound on it. If you're lucky, there's a couple empty threaded holes something like M6. Find some bolts, grease them up good, & use them as jacking screws to push the rotor off of the hub (#2).
No need to remove the dustcover #3 & the big center bolt.
Often the new brake pads will wedge tightly into the caliper braket. File down a bit (usually just the thickness of the paint) so they fit nicely.
You'll need to retract the caliper pistons to fit the new thicker pads & rotor. DO NOT push it straight in. You have to twist it like you're screwing it into the caliper. Make sure the rubber dust boot doesn't wrinkle & tear.