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Knowledge of pupils 9. classes selected primary schools about eating disorders
Navrátilová, Klára ; Váchová, Alena (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is focused mainly on the knowledge of 9th-grade pupils of selected primary schools about eating disorders (shortly ED). Among other things, it aimed to find out whether pupils had ever heard of ED and, if so, where they had heard about it. A partial goal of this bachelor thesis was also to show whether these pupils know about someone who suffers or has suffered from an eating disorder. If they know of such a person, who this person is? Another partial goal was to clarify whether pupils can identify the symptoms of ED and to whom they would confide their concerns, in case of suspicion of ED within their friends. Furthermore, this work focused on whether the pupils involved are aware of the potential threat to themselves in terms of ED. Last but not least partial goal of the work was to find out the relationship between stigmatization and ED. An anonymous questionnaire survey was used to obtain information The results show that pupils have 58 % knowledge of ED. Everyone has heard of ED at some point, with the media being most involved in the responses. 60 % of pupils know of someone with ED, most often a publicly known person. Only 27 % of respondents correctly selected all 3 symptoms of a person suffering from ED and a total of 35 % chose at least two. According to the survey,...
Project to support volunteering at primary school as an outcome of volunteering experience of a student teacher
Michálková, Diana ; Marádová, Eva (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of volunteering, an empirical case study in the region of North India - Little Tibet, in the village of Mulbekh, in the Ladakh region. The thesis is divided into theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical part deals with the phenomenon of volunteering, the possibilities of volunteering activities in the Czech Republic and abroad. The thesis describes the need of the global development education involvement in cross-subject topics and points to new strategies in education. It introduces the possibility of implementation of the topic of volunteering in the educational field Health Education through project work. It also describes the functioning of primary education in India and the operation of the Spring Dales Public School, in which the research was carried out within the framework of the author's volunteer project. The author finds the benefit of this work in respecting the specific objectives of the 2030+ Strategy to acquire competences for active civic life by including the topic of volunteering in education. The empirical part is devoted to the research itself. The data was collected during July 2015 using a qualitative case study design. Methods of data collecting included a participant observation, in-depth interview, investigation in local...
Instructional strategies in CLIL lessons
Hučíková, Jana ; Duschinská, Karolina (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee)
This thesis deals with CLIL (Content Language Integrated Learning) as a teaching strategy which uses a foreign language for teaching the content of a non-language subject. The aim of CLIL and its various teaching methods and strategies is for the students to obtain knowledge and skills in a content subject through a foreign language. The third goal of the CLIL strategy is the development of the students'learning skills. The aim of this thesis is to evaluate through the class observation, teacher and students interview and the analysis of the input material, whether and into what extent CLIL provides the students with the opportunities for developing their learning skills. The theoretical part deals with the description and the development of CLIL and its theoretical concepts. The practical part analyzes the used methods of the qualitative study focusing on situations and processes leading to development of the students' learning skills. KEYWORDS: CLIL (Content Language Integrated Learning), hard CLIL, soft CLIL, teaching content subject, teaching foreign language, scaffolding, learning skills
Health education at primary school level
Baráčková, Ivana ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (advisor) ; Syřiště, Ivo (referee)
The thesis deals with the topic of "Health education at primary school level" and implementation of project teaching with emphasis on inter-subject relations. The main objective of the thesis is an outline of a teaching program focused on health education at primary school level. The first part covers the the phenomenon of health in the society, health terminology and documents related to health education. Further on, the thesis introduces the "Health-supporting school program" formed to support health education in daily school activities, and thus reach the education goals at an affective level. A special emphasis is put on education to self-competence in information search and in use of textbooks and literature. The second part of the thesis addresses the use of projects at the primary school level and the implementation of a 2 nd grade project focused on learning about the human body. At this point, I find the project education a suitable teaching method, effective in developing the learners' required competencies. In the research part I gather the extent of popularity of project education at primary school level on part of the teachers and point at possible complications or difficulties at its implementation. KEYWORDS project education, interdisciplinary relations, education, health, education,...
Inclusive education of children with specific learning disabilities from the perspective of teachers of 1st grade of elementary school
Novotná, Veronika ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (advisor) ; Blažková, Veronika (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of inclusive education for children with specific learning disabilities from the point of view of primary school teachers at selected primary school. The aim of this diploma thesis is to find out the opinions of primary school teachers on inclusion of children with specific learning disabilities and on the basis of the information from the theoretical part to propose recommendations for pedagogical practice. The diploma thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part, I focus on defining inclusive education and its legislative framework, specific learning disabilities and their categorisation, the levels of supporting steps, the role of teacher and teacher's assistant in mainstream education and, last but not least, the games that can be used to correct specific learning disabilities in younger and older children and ways to improve at school. The practical part is based on qualitative research in pedagogy, realized by means of semi- structured interviews with primary school teachers who have pupils with specific learning disabilities in the class. The aim of the practical part is to find out the opinion of primary school teachers on inclusive education for children with specific learning disabilities and to give...

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