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Vocational Orientation of the Deaf Pupils
Sobolevská, Šárka ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Nováková, Radka (referee)
The main goal of the bachelor thesis is to learn about vocational orientation of deaf pupils in their last years of study at selected elementary schools for the Deaf and to compare the results to results of similar studies done with pupils without hearing impairment. Based on relevant scientific sources, the paper introduces general aspects that shape vocational orientation, also describes vocational development on D. E. Super's Career Development Theory. The thesis continues with characterizing aspects that shape vocational orientation, but are specific for deaf pupils who attend elementary schools for the Deaf, e.g. Deaf identity, Deaf culture, attitudes of the majority towards deaf people, the language and information barrier and the educational system for deaf pupils in the Czech Republic, including a depiction of the concept of vocational training at schools for the Deaf. Based on an analysis of the curricular documents and information provided by teachers, the paper also describes the concept of vocational training at three selected schools for the Deaf. These schools were then visited and their 9th and 10th grade students were presented with a questionnaire mapping their educational and vocational aspirations. The results of the study were afterwards put into context and compared to results...
Closed Captions for the Deaf in Czech Movies on DVDs
Bláhová, Denisa ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Okrouhlíková, Lenka (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on hidden subtitles in the Czech feature films on DVD for deaf audience. According to Act. No. 249/2006 distributors have been obliged to provide DVD media with the Czech feature films with subtitles for deaf audience. The aim of the thesis is to compare this legal regulation with the legislative status in selected European and non-European countries as well as to map out the observance of this Czech legal obligation according to the basis of the DVD production analysis from years 2007-2016 and finally to define the prevailing strategies that are in place for creating subtitles for deaf audience on DVDs in the Czech Republic. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Hearing dogs - Assistive devices for the Deaf?
Záhorská, Kateřina ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Richterová, Klára (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with hearing dogs. The reader is introduced to the categories of dogs employed in the socio-medical field, is described in detail special training of hearing dogs, attention is also focused on financing and related legislation. For comparison, it is briefly mentioned situation abroad (in the USA, in the Great Britain and in Slovakia). Special attention is paid to communicate with a dog, especially for hand signals and an explanation of the difference between them and isolated signs from Czech sign language. The practical part contains chapters focused on passportization of dogs which are employed in the socio-medical field in the Czech Republic, a survey among persons with hearing loss who own a dog without special assistance/hearing training and a case study about one hearing dog used by person with hearing loss. Keywords: Hearing dog, assistance dog, assistive device, deaf, communication
Who has eyes to see, let them see: Deaf pastoral possibilities in Czech Republic
Müller, Karel ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
In my diploma thesis I deal with the problematic of people with hearing impairment. I introduce Deaf culture to Czech theological reflection and then concrete Christian communities in the Czech Republic, where deaf people gather. I analyze specifics of these communities, what is the role of the deaf people and using of sign language. I end up with theological reflection from the perspective of people with disabilities and then I introduce specifics of theology from the perspective of the Deaf. Keywords Hearing Impairment, Deaf culture, Deaf studies, Disability Theology, Deaf Christian Communities, Deaf Theology
The role of boarding schools for the Deaf in the Czech Republic - since 1786 to present days
Ondráčková, Jitka ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Okrouhlíková, Lenka (referee)
(in English): This bachelor thesis presents the history and development of institutional care at the Czech boarding schools for the hearing impaired, as well as at the then institutes for the Deaf and dumb from 1786 to present. It describes the regime at these boarding schools, extracurricular activities of the pupils, pedagogical supervision and the schools facilities. The school regime is dealt with according to centuries. The bachelor work also brings up the issue of the Deaf communities, both home and abroad and explores the impact of the boarding schools on the community. The findings are interpreted in the light of individual development of the child staying in a boarding school, namely its impact on child's personality. The work draws data from the specialized past and present bibliography, legislative norms and other relevant documents. The final part of the bachelor thesis presents the results of the findings concerning the issue of hearing impaired children in residential care. They prove that children staying in boarding schools suffer from deprivation which is, furthermore, enhanced in case of deaf children who lack an opportunity to communicate in their mother tongue, i.e. sign language with the peers. They neither have a contact with their surrounding, nor are exposed to every day...
The identity of hard of hearing people
Havelková, Pavlína ; Stará, Radka (advisor) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with identity of hard of hearing people. This thesis is based on the relevant scientific literature and is divided into theoretical and practical parts. The contents of the theoretical part are the identity and characteristics and clasification of elements affecting the identity of a person in general. The thesis focuses on identity formation of hard of hearing people. The practical part uses investigation to verify elements affecting hard of hearing people identity listed in the theoretical part. In the conclusion, the author summarizes the findings from both the investigation and the relevant scientific literature and formulates reccomendations, which suggest way to minimize negative elements in the process of identity forming and support healthy identity development of a hard of hearing individual.
Hearing dogs - Assistive devices for the Deaf?
Záhorská, Kateřina ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Richterová, Klára (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with dogs employed in the socio-medical field, especially with assistance and hearing dogs. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part the reader is introduced to the categories of dogs employed in this field, their special training (including interested organizations) is described and last but not least appropriate legislative measures are described. Attention is also paid to the situation abroad (in the USA, Great Britain and Slovakia). Information in the theoretical part served as resource for the practical part, which is divided into two units: passportization of dogs which are employed in the socio-medical field in Czech Republic; questionnaire survey among people with hearing loss, who are owners of dogs without special assistance/hearing training. In the conclusion the author uses the previously collected data to search for an answer to a question, whether a dog (even without a special training) can be an assistive device for people with hearing loss. Keywords: Hearing dog, assistance dog, assistive device, deaf, communication
Communication with Deaf, Hard of hearing and Deafened passengers in air transportation
Petráňová, Lucie ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Nováková, Radka (referee)
7 Abstract The bachelor thesis deals with communication with Deaf, Hard of hearing and Deafened passengers in air transportation, specifically in Czech Airlines and other foreign airlines of SkyTeam alliance. The theoretical part describes communication, communicative situations and communication of people with hearing disabilities. The aim of practical part was - through a questionnaire survey among cabin crew and interviews with Deaf, Hard of hearing and Deafened passengers - to describe the current situation in this area. Keywords: Deaf person, Hard of hearing person, Deafened person, sign language, hearing aids, communication, tourism, aviation safety, cabin crew, airport.
Pre reading and Early Literacy of Children with Hearing Handicaps
Siková, Kristýna ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Richterová, Klára (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on prereading and early literacy in children with hearing impairments. There are two parts, firstly a theortical part and secondly a practical part. The theoretical part provides definitions of literacy and looks at different approaches by various authors. This generally focuses on reading literacy, prereading and early literacy, and issues of children's reading. Next are outlined factors affecting prereading and early literacy, and early reading skills in children with hearing disabilities. The following chapter examines literacy and how it relates to the Curriculum Framework for Preschool Education. The Final section of the theoretical part is devoted to testing prereading and early literacy in both the Czech Republic and the international environment, not only for pupils with hearing disabilities, but also hearing pupils. The practical part is devoted to investigating research into prereading and the early literacy of children with hearing impairment in nursery schools for the deaf in the Czech Republic; focusing on their final year before entering elementary school. Keywords Literacy, Prereading and Early Literacy / Emergent literacy, Prereading and early skills, Child with hearing impairments, Testing of emergent literacy
Czech Textbooks of Reading at the Elementary Stage for the Deaf - from Century 19 to 21
Pavlová, Hana ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Komorná, Marie (referee)
The Bachelor's thesis characterises Czech textbooks of reading at the elementary stage for deaf pupils from the end of 19th century up to the present day. The attention is paid also to the methods of teaching reading, the issue is put into context of methods of educating deaf pupils. The first chapter covers the methods of teaching reading in general and inclusion of these methods in education of deaf pupils. The second chapter is dedicated to the history of teaching the deaf with an emphasis on teaching reading, it outlines the connection between teaching reading, teaching correct articulation and teaching the Czech language in different historical periods. The third part describes textbooks of reading at the elementary stage from a formal and a content point of view as well as the methods used and teaching techniques. The last part of the thesis summarizes general characteristics of textbooks of reading at the elementary stage for the deaf as well as the connection of these books to teaching the Czech language to the deaf pupils.

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