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Annotated translation: Du trek à l'expé. Bien préparer son séjour en altitude (DAIGLE, Emmanuel. Du trek à l'expé. Bien préparer son séjour en altitude. Grenoble : Ed. Glénat, 2017.)
Kozáková, Eliška ; Šotolová, Jovanka (advisor) ; Ďoubalová, Jana (referee)
This bachelor's thesis consists of an annotated translation of a french mountaineering handbook Du trek à l'expé. Bien préparer son séjour en altitude. It includes two parts: the translation itself of two chapters, about training and equipement, and the annotation. The aim of the annotation is the analysis of the source text, the designation of the translation method, the analysis of the translation problems and the description of the translation procedures and shifts. The paper is based on the text analysis model by Ch. Nord, on the J. Levý's theory and on the E. Janovcová's typlogy of translation procedures. It also draws information from R. Jakobson's theory of language functions and A. Popovič's theory. Key words translation, translation analysis, translation procedures, translation shifts, language functions, mountaineering, high altitude expedition, physical training, outdoor equipement
Communication skills of pupils at special elementary school
Kozáková, Eliška ; Kopečný, Petr (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
The thesis deals with communication abilities of pupils attending special elementary school. The theoretical part summarizes the general knowledge of communication, the development of speech in the healthy population and impaired communication abilities. It also deals with the description, the etiology and symptoms of mental disability, Down syndrome and combined disabilities, especially cerebral palsy. The final part summarizes knowledge of augmentative and alternative communication used for patients with severely impaired communication skills. The practical part consists of the interpretation of the results of the research, dealing with the analysis of the communication skills of pupils from special elementary school, especially comparisons of evaluations of this communication by family members and professionals who work with the specific person. The result of the research is the fact that the communication skills of students from special elementary schools are very individual and family assessment and key worker may not coincide. It always depends on the type of disability, support of families and professionals as well as the personality traits of the individual. In any event, there has to be a good cooperation between family and professionals that helps to set up communication development to...

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