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Didactic use of musicalized poetry in Czech language and Music
Dobiášová, Kateřina ; Tichá, Alena (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
This thesis focuses on verification of specific didactic processes which aim to closer introduce poetry to students of primary and secondary schools in an unconventional way. This goal is to be achieved with the use of music. The subject of research is the topic of musicalized poetry and mainly its didactic use in pedagogic practice. This work combined knowledge across subjects of czech grammar/literature and music and arts. The first chapter describes general principles of musicalising poetry, the process of musicalisation and common traits of musicalised poems. The core of the work consists of a reserach probe for which I have prepared several lecture preparation materials. These materials utilise various methods and processes for work with musicalised poetry - specifically I focused on texts of czech poets from the 20th century. Prepared lectures are applied in pedagogic practice by using the method of expetimental teaching. All the didactic outputs are accompanied by one or more reflections. In the end the results are summarized and learned facts are formulated for practical use.
Comparison of selected problems of music teacher education in the Czech Republ ic and Austria
Kopřivová, Jitka ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Palkovská, Jana (referee)
The objective of the dissertation thesis is to examine selected problems in the education of secondary level music teachers that influence their professional performance, in the context of current social and education policies of the Czech Republic and the Republic of Austria. The specific issues addressed are: career benefit system, professional standards of teachers, ageing of teachers' population, social and economic status of teachers and feminisation in schools. A comparative analysis of the university curricula for undergraduate music teacher training both in the Czech Republic and the Republic of Austria forms part of the dissertation thesis. The practical research part presents the results of the research questionnaire survey of opinions of the music education university students and graduate teachers on their university training, motivation to be a teacher and depicts their problems at the beginning of their teacher's career. In conclusion, the selected problems of music teacher education are viewed by university teachers and administration workers by means of semi- structured interviews.
Development of Children's Musical Creativity in Primary School in Classrooms with the Step by Step Program
Vlasatá, Anežka ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Bělohlávková, Petra (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with a children's musical creativity development at primary school with the Step-by-step program. The thesis introduces an overview of the current topics in alternative education, reveals main ideas of the Step by step program and describes a creativity in general with focus on the area of musical creativity and its development. The main goal of this thesis was to analyze usage of activities stimulating musical creativity development in normal classes at primary school and compare the results with the classes where the Step by step program is in use.
Hans Krása: Brundibár - an Inspirational Resource for Project Education in Musical Dramatic Education in the Primary School
Pajkrtová, Jana ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
TITLE: Hans Krása: Brundibár - an Inspirational Resource for Project Education in Musical Dramatic Education in the Primary School AUTHOR: Jana Pajkrtová DEPARTMENT: Department Music Education SUPERVISOR: PhDr. Petra B lohlávková, Ph.D. ABSTRACT: Diploma Thesis Hans Krása: Brundibár - an inspirational source for project teaching in musical dramatic education at primary school is focused on comparing different concepts and conducting of the opera and creating its own authorial realization in the form of a school project with a focus on drama education. In the short form of the reader, she acquaints her with the background of the opera, the creator of the opera, the content and the vocal and instrumental cast. It brings information about the eight Brundibár productions - whether renowned bodies (Disman Children's Radio Ensemble, Children's Choir Kantiléna, Children's Opera Prague, Pilsen Children's Choir), as well as regular ensembles from Primary or Primary Art Schools (ZUŠ F. X. Richtera in Holešov, ZUŠ F. A. Šporka in Jarom , ZŠ Dukelská in eské Bud jovice, ZŠ Merhautova a ZŠ nám stí 28. íjna in Brno). The main chapter of the work offers a detailed description of the school project, the core of which is the life story of the composer Hans Krása in connection with his children's opera Brundibár. The main...
Music Perception Projects in Pre-School Education
Vaňátková, Kateřina ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to verify the effectiveness of children's listening activities in the preschool period from five to six years of age, to introduce the utilization of methodology connected with listening to the music by Jaroslav Herden in terms of preschool education, and to demonstrate the importance of motivation and integrative activities for the development of attention together with the overall harmonious development of children. In the theoretical part, I analyse the input of music into the consciousness of children in terms of basic psychological features and functions which are important for perception. I introduce basic musical abilities, particularly musical creativity and imagination. The theoretical part is concluded with the clarification of basic means of expression and shape features, which are important not only for the music perception as such, but also the music perception in an ontogenetic context. Moreover, I also present the philosophy of educational thinking concerning the listening activities proposed by Professor Jaroslav Herden. In the practical part, I introduce a comprehensive authorial project involving the methodology of Jaroslav Herden's music tailored to children who are aged from five to six years. This project was implemented into practice and evaluated...
Alena Tichá and her contribution to the voice education of the primary school children with lower music aptitude
Dunovská, Marie ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Bělohlávková, Petra (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to research the contribution of a prominent music educationalist PaedDr. Alena Tichá, PhD., who specialized in primary school children with lower music aptitude in her music education metodology. The thesis is focused to gathering basic information about biographical, bibliographical, theoretical and psychological-pedagogical characters which will not only lead to clarification of Alena Ticha's contribution and her methodology of vocal education and working with non-singers, but also to formation of a theoretical scope of our own research into this branch. The theoretical scope is focused on Czech musical and pedagogical fellowship and its awarness of Alena Tichá's singing methodology as well as on possible practical experience of respondents with this methodology when working with non-singers. Keywords Music education, didactics of music, Alena Tichá, children with lower music aptitude, non-singers, amusia, vocal education, primary school children.
Pedagogical Heritage of Ivan Poledňák
Čižinská, Klára ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis covers the personality of Ivan Poledňák and his music-teaching heritage. In the first part his life, his activities in musical educational organizations and teaching at universities in the Czech Republic are described. In the second part his musical pedagogical publications are analysed. The aim of this thesis is to punctuate to his big contribution in music education. KEYWORDS Ivan Poledňák, Musically pedagogical inventiveness, Music-school-tomorrow, 40 radio lectures of music education, ABC of music teachers, Music education 8, Listening of music
Development of musical imagination of pre-school children during their musical activities
Příbramská, Štěpánka ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
The theoretical starting point of the thesis focuses on the contemporary concept of the development of personality and musical preschool values. It brings closer the psychological and physiological mechanisms of the connections between musicality, personality structures and dynamics in the ontogenetic development of the child before its entry into elementary school. It aims from the field of musicality into the essence of musical imagination and ideas shaping the association. In the practical part a partial deduction of the theoretical background down to the methodological level is carried out. It deals about eroding the syncretic perception in the context of changes in abstraction from the illustrative factuality, (eg. the characters, colors) to non-illustrative factuality (music notes, graphic signs rhythmic articulation and movement melodies). In this sense it touches the current scientific trends about the constitution trans-methodology as a discipline. Keywords Musical imagination, project, preschool age, abilities and skills
Developing creativity of pupil at the primary school through notation software
Grobár, Martin ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Slavíková, Marie (referee) ; Sedláček, Marek (referee)
In today's fast changing world, global development of information and communication technology significantly affects many fields of human activity including music and education. As a result, questions concerning effective using of modern technology in musical education have become a major topic within the pedagogical community. Presented dissertation thesis examines utilization of notation software as a modern teaching tool. The software was specifically used to further improve musical creativity of pupils at secondary school (grades 6 to 9). The very first part of the thesis focuses on research framework, contemporary musical technologies, and available notation software tools. A special attention was drawn to MuseScore software that was used in the research. Last but not least, this part of the thesis outlines vital facts connected with musical creativity field of knowledge. Second part of the thesis is dedicated to author's research and starts with determination of project scope, goals, and basic working hypothesis. The actual research was carried out in several phases with subsequent real-life verification of acquired results. Main research work included development of experimental musical teaching methodology for children in sixth grade. Here, the notation software was used as a tool for stimulated...

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