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Values in adolescents with behavioral disorders
Vrána, Jaroslav ; Hradilová, Tereza (referee)
This rigorous thesis' topic is the hierarchy of values in adolescents with behavioral disorders. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part, containing four chapters, and a research part comprising two chapters. The first chapter of the theoretical part explains the origins of special education, its development and benefits, its historical stages, as well as behavioral disorders in general. The second chapter focuses on behavioral disorders in childhood and adolescence, their classification, causes, diagnostic criteria, prevention and remedies. The third chapter discusses values and value orientation, their classification, organisation and division. It also includes attitudes, persuasion and preferences of values in adolescents. The last chapter of the theoretical part is dedicated to personality and its components, the developmental periods of pubescence and adolescence, and the importance of family for growing children. The empirical, or research, part's purpose is to uncover which values are held by adolescents with behavioral disorders. Based on that, partial goals were set to discover possible differences in value hierarchy in adolescents with and without behavioral disorders, further based on their age and gender. Quantitative research strategy method was used in this part of the thesis,...
Parents of Deaf Students in Mainstream Schools
Sůsová, Kristýna ; Kotvová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Hradilová, Tereza (referee)
My diploma thesis is focused on inclusive education of pupil with hearing impairment in the Czech Republic from the parents' point of view. The theoretical part specializes in the individual chapters on hearing impairment generally, on the possibilities of rehabilitation and use of compensating aids or on logopedic (speech therapy) intervention. Further, the thesis describes education of pupils with hearing impairment in the Czech Republic at schools for pupils with hearing impairment but also at schools with the main education stream. It introduces the possibilities of education and support from the child's birth to the university study. It also introduces foreign models of education of pupils with hearing impairment in 4 chosen countries. The goal of empiric part was to chart the current situation in inclusive education of pupils with hearing impairment from the parents' point of view; to describe pros and cons of inclusion, cooperation with teachers, adaptation and education with intact classmates and also to find out how the inclusion is perceived by teachers and if their opinions are in accordance with parents' opinions. The method of semi-structured interviews with parents of pupils with hearing impairment and with teachers who already have experience with education of these pupils was used...
Communication abilities of pupils with autism in the Czech Republic and Great Britain
Lauková, Štěpánka ; Hradilová, Tereza (referee)
The special educational needs teaching practice varies in many European countries. From the Czech Republic with its strictly differentiated Special Educational Needs framework which belongs under the Special Education, to Great Britain that has great inclusive policies and differentiates the National Curriculum according to each pupil learning needs. During my work experience within special education needs teaching practice in Great Britain and the Czech Republic I have observed the benefits of each system. I would like to share the experience so I have narrowed my interested to the pupils with autistic spectrum disorder and their communication skills. To find the right communication approach is the crucial point in education of pupils with autistic spectrum disorder. In course of five years I have been observing six different pupils with autistic spectrum disorder based in various special schools in the Czech Republic and Great Britain. I have noted which communication approaches were chosen at the beginning of their school entrance and how it influenced their success in the learning subject of Jazyk a jazyková komunikace and English. The rigorous thesis is divided in to two parts. The theoretical part describes the autistic spectrum disorder as such. The first historical description of autistic...
Home for the elderly
Hradilová, Tereza ; Struhala, Karel (referee) ; Jelínek, Petr (advisor)
Subject of the master thesis is detail design documentation of a home for the eldery. My building is located in the center of the village Chomýž. The thesis includes architectural and structural designs, concept of technical systems and assessment of the building’s energy performance. Home for eldery contains 8 apartments. My building is fully wheelchair accessible. The building has two floors. On the first floor there are four apartments, canteen, sanitary facilities and technical equipment. On the second floor there are four apartments, community centre, doctor and hairdresser. The foundations are made of concrete foundation strips. Load-bearing walls and non-load-bearing walls in all floors are made of ceramic blocks. The ceiling structure on all floors consists of precast floor slabs. The staircase is also designed as precasted. The building is covered with a flat extensive green roof. Thermal insulation of the facade will be made of polystyrene. The drawings were elaborated in AutoCAD software.
Attitudes of students with hearing disability educated by the oral method to communication in Sign language.
Vopavová, Natálie ; Hradilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
The Bachelor thesis is attempting to give an idea of what is the stand of students with hearing disability educated by the oral method, on communication in sign language. The theoretical part is based on findings from deaf education. It is looking into the topic of hearing disability (classification of hearing disability, the psychosocial aspects of people with hearing disabilities, etc.) Furthermore, the thesis describes not only the contemporary education and care for persons with hearing disability but also looks at the historical stance of this topic. The text then discusses the approach in the communication of people with hearing disability - mainly sign language, fingerspelling and lip-reading. The practical part is done in a form of half structured discussion focused on what communication system the students prefer, how the respondents view the oral method, in what manner they communicate outside of school, etc. KEYWORDS Deaf education, oral method, Sign language, communication

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