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Motivation of Elemntary School Pupils in Physical Education Classes
Bartůňková, Alžběta ; Engelthalerová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Hana (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on motivation of pupils in physical education classes at elementary school. Its aim is to find out how teachers motivate their pupils in PE classes and what response these pupils give to this motivation. In the theoretical part some terms and theories concerning motivation and its use in PE classes are mentioned. In the practical part, I focused on observing motivational elements in PE classes and their subsequent analysis. The research was carried out at two elementary schools - ZŠ Mníšek pod Brdy and ZŠ Stará Huť. It took place amongst pupils from 1st to 5th year.
Specifics of nutrition during preparation for 50km race walker
Schrom, Pavel ; Engelthalerová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Kašpar, Ladislav (referee)
This dissertation will give us insight into racewalking as a discipline, we will learn interesting facts from the history, then it will introduce us to its specifics and differences. Thereafter, the dissertation focuses on the structure of performance and training in racewalking. The main focus of my dissertation is the topic of nutrition, which is the key factor in the overall performance. It describes all the necessary components of a diet, which are very important in a well prepared pre-race training. The next fundamental theme is the replenishment of glycogen, which is needed for a proper work of muscles and to correctly utilize the supercompensation diet. Furthermore, the forms, rules and methods of being on a supercompensation diet will be shown on specific cases. Last, but not least, it will cover the importance of fluid intake for an athlete.
Didactics of physical education at the 1. degree of primary school
Červenková, Pavla ; Engelthalerová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Hana (referee)
This thesis is focused on managing and organizing the activities in a lesson of physical education at the 1. degree of primary school. The aim is to find out what teaching styles and principles teachers of physical education use, whether the teachers follow the recommended structure of a lesson and if they use the time in the lesson unit efficiently. KEY WORDS Physical education, teaching styles, teaching principles, lesson, efficiency, primary education
Fitness training in tennis
Mrázková, Aneta ; Engelthalerová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Přibyl, Ivan (referee)
The graduation thesis deals with fitness training of children tennis players. The fitness training plan to improve fitness and skill levels of an experimental group has been designed by the author of the thesis on the basis of findings of scientific literature. The research part of the thesis was conducted by experiment. The experiment compares the differences in growth of performance between the experimental group and the control group and answers the basic question of the thesis if the designed plan is useful and fully operational for fitness training of children tennis players. In the conclusion the author presents the evaluation of her findings for further work with children.
Teaching Athletics at the First Grade of Primary School
Suchomelová, Anna ; Engelthalerová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Ryba, Jiří (referee)
Diploma Thesis:Teaching Athletics at the First Grade of Primary School Student:Bc. Anna Suchomelová Supervisor:Mgr. et Mgr. Zdeňka Engelthalerová Goal of Diploma Thesis: The purpose of this study is to investigate attitudes and experiences of teachers towards teaching athletics in primary schools. Methodology: Data was collected in the form of questionnaires adresssed to 72 teachers and 123 pupils of primary schools from Central Bohemian Region. The teachers were questioned about their attitudes towards the quality of sports equipment in their primary schools and their attitudes and experiences towards teaching athletics. Pupils were questioned about their enthusiasm for physical education, especially for athletics. Conclusions: The findings conclude that the quality of sports equipment in primary schools is low and teachers (graduate of Pedf UK) are not well educated in teaching athletics. The findings also conclude that the attitude of teachers towards teaching athletics influences quality of teaching athletics. Furthermore, it appears that teachers in teaching athletics using prepare exercises and methodical series. Pupils of primary schools like athletic. Key words: athletics, primary school, athletics equipment, well educated teacher, teacher's attitude towards teaching physical aducation,...

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