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The learning model is an important thing in learning to support student activities. There are many learning models that can be used in Mathematics lessons, but in practice the teacher must remember that there is no learning model that is most appropriate for all situations and conditions. Therefore, in choosing a model. The aims of this study were to: describe the application of examples non examples models to first grade math subjects. Two-digit numerals material describes student learning outcomes using examples non-example learning models in first grade mathematics learning. After taking action in cycle I, the student learning outcomes were 80.2 but there were 4 students (12.9%) who had not yet reached the KKM, 27 students (87.1%) had reached the KKM. Then the action was taken in cycle II and the average student learning outcomes became 89.4. Of the 31 students, 28 of them had reached the KKM and 3 students had not yet reached the KKM. So that from the results of cycle II, student achievement for the addition of numbers has reached classical completeness, namely 75%.
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