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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...

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