APPLICATION OF EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION LEARNING MODELS TO IMPROVE STUDENTS 'UNDERSTANDING OF HISTORICAL LESSONS

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SYAIFUL KADIR
RUSDIN KADJIM

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Results of the study showed p exist learning teacher, students in cycle 1 in learning by using learning model for explicit instruction has not done well. Likewise, students 'understanding is , of course , it can be said that students' understanding is still low with an average of 60% or not yet reaching the 80% performance indicator according to the minimum completeness standard. As for the understanding of student learning in explaining there were 16 students or 64% showed a good category, then, for students' understanding in understanding the material there were 17 students or 68% indicated a good category, for students' understanding of learning in concluding that there were 18 students or 72% indicated a good category . This action will then proceed to the
next cycle. In cycle II students' understanding of learning in explaining there are 22 people or 84% of students  understand well, then, for student learning understanding in understanding the material there are 21 people or 84% of students understand well, for understanding student learning in concluding there are 22 students or 88% of students concluded well .

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SYAIFUL KADIR, & RUSDIN KADJIM. (2021). APPLICATION OF EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION LEARNING MODELS TO IMPROVE STUDENTS ’UNDERSTANDING OF HISTORICAL LESSONS. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 8(2), 18–21. Retrieved from https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/1215
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