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Multicultural education: information on people with a hearing impediment and on people with a physical or sensorial handicap generally in education documents and chosen school books for elementary school
Anderlová, Jana ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Nebeská, Iva (referee)
This work is based on a concept of multicultural education in a broader sense. Besides the fact that our society consists of people of different colors and cultures, we include into the multicultural education the fact that our society also consists of disabled people. Our focus here is, Why is it necessary to perceive the existence of people with disabilities since early childhood as a natural phenomenon, Furthermore to know their specific needs evolving just from their type of disability. The main task of this work is to describe how this multicultural education in a broader sense is prepared in selected textbooks for primary schools. The analysis is complemented by interviews with three teachers of First Instance of the various elementary schools and talks with their students. In this work we talk about people with various disabilities, but the main focus will be on people with hearing impairments.
The nation-wide Czech language leaving examination for deaf students
Andrejsek, Jan ; Pacovská, Jasňa (advisor) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
This bachelor work focuses on the new conception of Czech leaving examination of prelingually deaf students guaranteed by the state. The author describes the old form of Czech language and literature leaving examination, which were the deaf students obliged to pass till nowadays, and also the creation and development of adaptation of Czech language leaving examination for the deaf. By describing the current situation, the author shows us the creation of new conception of leaving examination in its historical framework. Description of this new conception is related to the needs of students whom were admitted special conditions of taking leaving examination, because the prelingually deaf students also belongs to this category. The profound analysis of actual adaptation of Czech language leaving examination for the deaf is followed by the statements of its probably positive impact for prelingually deaf students education in the future. The possible problems related to this new examination, which cannot be leaved out, are also mentioned.
Public officer's communication for the social and health area with a client with a hearing defect: municipal offices of Prague town district
Kubizňáková, Pavlína ; Hudáková, Andrea (advisor) ; Pacovská, Jasňa (referee)
The thesis deals with communication between public officers working in social and health sphere and a client with hearing impairment. Information from the first part devoted to legislative regulation of communication in public offices with a client with hearing impairment and communication systems of those clients (including communication in written Czech) is well-founded on the research in selected public offices of prague administrative districts and on filling selected form and guided interview with clients with hearing impairment.
Current problems in neurolinguistics
Stehlíková, Olga ; Macurová, Alena (advisor) ; Nebeská, Iva (referee) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
Neuroliguistics is a young and dynamic subject. It has become one of the fastest developing neuroscience subjects during its 40 year history. It is also probably the most dynamic linguistic discipline. It is quite uneasy to keep track of all (though often partial) important studies in this area because there are approximately 2000 new studies published every year. It is also quite difficult to evaluate and align these studies into a broader development context. The aim of this work is to accomplish this formidable task. It provides a basic insight into the history and current development of the subject with regard to related neuroscience interdisciplinary fields of study. It particularly stresses Czech language, local research environment and theoretical continuity (or better local discontinuity) of the inquiry. This work - as a first more complex publication in the Czech language - should serve as a basic commented overview of neurolinguistic issues. Theoretical knowledge is interconnected with clinical aphasiology field experience (including examples of language-disabled speech) and also general linguistic views of language system. Specific issues described by each subject are mentioned in the chapter introductions. Neurolinguistics is a part of cognitive science (humanities) as well as...
The categorization in Czech sign language
Půlpánová, Lucie ; Vaňková, Irena (advisor) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
The dissertation Categorization in Czech sign language is mainly focused on the study of categories and their hierarchy according to different levels of generalization in Czech sign language. The aim of the work is to gain basic knowledge and a kind of overview about the ways of level categorizing in Czech sign language and finally to create classification of level category in Czech sign language. The work surnmarizes up-to-date available results of foreign research on categorization in different sign languages, is based on them and presents basic materials coHected during the research of categorization in Czech sign language. AH the materials for this research, which were also recorded, were elicited via the method of interviewing 11 deaf informants. During establishing each level of category, over 450 examples of signs, here caHed "signs" and "categorization signs to specify each category", were altogether gained. Examples of signs and the use of categorical signs in the text of this thesis can be found in the second part, in the research. These examples are hierarchicaHy divided according to each category level. The thesis also includes a CD-ROM containing all the over 450 examples mentioned above. Moreover it includes even the commentaries of deaf informants focused on linguistic problems in the Czech...
The Czech language course at Nová škola organization
Moravcová, Kateřina ; Šebesta, Karel (advisor) ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee)
The thesis Czech language at Nová školal69 organization introduces it's readers the language disadvantages offoreigners and Roma, who regullary attend the project Rozletyl70 ofNová škola. Tbe first cbapter introduces the non-government organization Nová škola and it's three main projects - Rozlety, Komunitní vzdělávání 171 and Romano suno. l72 There is a brief profile of project Rozlety clients. These are the language disadvantaged pupils as foreigners (Russians, Ukrainians, Vietnamese, Chinese) and Roma pupils. Tbe second cbapter is dedicated the language disadvanteges of Rozlety pupils and extra it' s culture and social aspect. It deals with influence of culture and language on human thinking, mentions the Sapir' s and Whorf s theory and interculture aspect of communication. Part of this chapter deals with the Bemstein's theory of language deficit and further theories. The conclusion concentrates on further aspects of the possibility of their school failure. Tbe tbird part focus on foreign language teaching problems and work with multi-culture and multi-Ianguage class. Tbe fourtb part presents the project Rozlety and it's activities: instruction, freetime club and volunteers programme. This part focus on the Czech language instruction, it' s goals, didactic pIan, language skills of pupils and teaching...
Negative transfer from the Czech Sign Language into the written Czech of the Czech deaf people
Ziebikerová, Wanda ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee) ; Macurová, Alena (advisor)
This diploma thesis is dealing with interferences of the Czech Sign Language into the written Czech of the Czech deaf people, especially with the features of the creole languages, which, according to some theories, sign languages bear. The major part of this thesis is dealing with one feature of the creole languages, confusion of the verbs "to be" and "to have". All the features of creole languages were searched in written texts produced by Czech students from the 5th year of public schools for hearing-impaired. The aim of this diploma thesis was to find out, if we can find these features and especially the confusion of the verbs "to be" and "to have" in the written czech in the Czech deaf people, and if so, to describe them. Therefore the thesis is structured in this order: First part of the diploma thesis introduces creole languages and their features in general, following part contains an analysis of written texts, in which were these features looked up (except for the confusion of "to be" and "to have"). To the verbs "to be" and "to have" are dedicated following three parts of this thesis. Since there are very few articles and monographs concerned with these verbs and any articles concerned with the theme of confusion of these verbs, the first part contains necessary analysis of the Czech...
Simultaneity in the Czech sign language
Motejzíková, Jitka ; Hudáková, Andrea (referee) ; Macurová, Alena (advisor)
V naší práci budeme zkoumat jeden ze základních povahových rysů znakových jazyků: simultánnost. Tato vlastnost je jednou ze základních vlastností, kterou se znakové jazyky liší od jazyků, které mají mluvenou formu!. Při výzkumu budeme vycházet z dostupných zahraničních i domácích studií, které se danou problematikou ve znakových jazycích zabývají. Na základě poznatků získaných v těchto studiích vytvoříme přehledný soupis prostředků, které mají potenciál vyjadřovat významy simultánně, a doložíme je analogickými příklady českého znakového jazyka. Na jeden z těchto prostředků, klasifikátory, se v naší práci zaměříme více. Vzhledem k tomu, že jsme si zvolili velmi obsáhlé a zároveň dosti obecné téma, není možné se jednotlivým prostředkům simultánnosti věnovat hlouběji - pokud máme toto téma postihnout v jeho šíři. Omezujeme se tedy jen na prostý výčet těchto prostředků, které dokládáme vždy jen jedním nebo dvěma příklady. Jsme si vědomi toho, že každý z těchto prostředků by si zasluhoval samostatný výzkum a že naše práce poskytuje jen úvodní vhled do dané problematiky. Proto doufáme, že tato práce poskytne všem případným zájemcům dostatečnou inspiraci a informační zázemí pro další výzkum českého znakového jazyka a dané problematiky.
Czech language in deaf children's education
Hudáková, Andrea ; Macurová, Alena (advisor) ; Nebeská, Iva (referee) ; Tarcsiová, Darina (referee)
The text is mapping the role of Czech language and other communication codes in Deaf children's education, prelingually Deaf above all. Essential Deaf people's communication ways, speaking language and sign language acquisition developments and two main education conceptions: monolingual and monocultural vs. bilingual and bicultural (total communication - as a metod as a philosophy - is remembered too) are presented in the first part. The second part is focused on historical and also contemporary education theories and communication methods applied in our schools for the Deaf. They are confronted with literacy tests score and implementation process of the state guaranteed school-leaving exam in the end.

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