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The Financial Literacy at the First Grade of Elementary Schools
Plichtová, Radka ; Kloboučková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Kuřík Sukniak, Anna (referee)
This diploma thesis describes current situation of teaching of financial literacy in elementary schools and suggests certain changes. It also presents educational approach within this issue. In the theoretical part it describes conclusions in the field of financial literacy in RVP ZV and in ŠVP of two chosen schools. It proposes particular outcomes of financial literacy in each grade of elementary schools, which could be included in the RVP ZV with its revision, also possibly could used by the teachers for creating thematic schedules or for scheduling the lessons. For each outcome there is an option added how to implement it with the pupils in a form of working with textbooks or other related publications, or through a model situation with presumed development and teacher's commentary. In the practical part it offers verification of some of the suggested activities and description of interesting phenomena, which occured during the testings. KEYWORDS financial literacy, shopping and paying, household economy, loans and savings, didactic situations from real environment, pupil of a younger school age
The education of the financial responsibilities on the second grade of primary schools
Masařová, Anna ; Tichá, Milena (advisor) ; Zicha, Zbyněk (referee)
Bachelor thesis deals with financial literacy at the second stage of elementary school. Attention is focused on the evaluation of textbooks and workbooks available to teachers. The first part of the thesis is focused on the definition of financial literacy and key documents. Next part of the thesis is devoted to the inclusion of financial literacy in the framework of the curriculum and then to the specific School educational program. The last part is devoted to the evaluation of textbooks and workbooks, which are evaluated according to predetermined criteria from the relevant literature. Finally, the recommendations of specific textbooks and workbooks on the teaching of financial literacy are made. The thesis could serve as a basic orientation in key documents dealing with financial literacy. The thesis could help teachers involved in the teaching of financial literacy with the selection of textbooks and workbooks. KEYWORDS financial literacy, textbook, workbook
Collection of exercises of financial mathematics for high schools
ŠACHLOVÁ, Kamila
This bachelor thesis is focused on solved tasks from financial mathematics. Chosen tasks were complemented with possible use of modern technology (internet calculators, spreadsheet Microsoft Excel and a computational knowledge engine Wolfram Alpha). A collection of tasks is intended for high schools and contains these topics: inflation, exchange rate, interest (simple and compound, decursive and anticipative), loans, APR, mortgage, savings (short-term, long-term and combined) and financial products with state support. The basis for creating tasks is Framework Education Programme for Secondary General Education. The tasks were created with emphasis on the development of key competences in accordance with FEP SGE.
Financial literacy of clients in material need
MIKLOVÁ, Kristýna
The bachelor thesis is focused on financial literacy of clients in material need. The thesis is based on the theoretical background that explains the concept of money, financial literacy and its structure, and also points to the importance of financial education, the level of which is set by the Standards of financial literacy for primary and secondary schools. The second chapter of this thesis deals with loans (especially from non-banking institutions), debts and the most extreme solution for non-fulfillment of obligations - the seizure of property. The following part deals with the inclusion of material need in the Social security system in CR, the characteristics of the target group, the description of individual benefits in material need and the list of situations in which the person can be declared in material need. At the end of the thesis, research data is interpreted to find out how respondents perceive financial literacy, how they relate to and how they deal with money. The research group is the clients of the Labor Office of the department of material need in Žďár nad Sázavou.
Analýza písemně zpracovaných příprav na hodinu CLIL
Procházková, Lenka ; Novotná, Jarmila (advisor) ; Walterová, Eliška (referee) ; Klečková, Gabriela (referee)
Content and language integrated learning (CLIL) is a dual focused educational approach in which an additional language is used for the learning and teaching of both language and a non- linguistic subject or its part. While there are numerous forms of CLIL implementation, it is possible to define universal pedagogical principles for CLIL teaching and planning. This research presents a content analysis of 56 lesson plans for a CLIL lesson of financial mathematics/literacy. The aim of this research was to establish whether these lesson plans reflected the CLIL pedagogical principles, to establish what features the respondents saw as key features to a CLIL lesson plan, and whether/how the lesson plans corresponded to the respondents' theoretical proclamations. Our research investigated also the differences in lesson plans by these two sub-groups. An original lesson plan analysis tool (LPAT) was created for this research. It was used as a basis for a quantitative survey and as a framework in content analysis of the lesson plans. The tool identified eight key features of a CLIL lesson plan. The respondent combined approximately five of the key features with other features of the LPAT both in the survey and in the lesson plans. Both the survey and the analysis show that the respondents did not identify...
Teaching financial mathematics at high schools from a practice point of view
Vohradská, Martina ; Tůmová, Veronika (advisor) ; Pilous, Derek (referee)
The thesis is dealing with the current state of teaching financial literacy and financial mathematics at high schools. It aims to summarize information about the publications on which it is based to teach financial literacy, and then identify possible suggestions to improve learning based on interviews with practitioners. The theoretical part deals with the analysis of teaching materials and the identification of typological examples. The practical part is devoted to interviews with practitioners. They assess today's knowledge of financial literacy of clients as well as teaching materials at high schools.
Distraint in the Czech Republic
Košťál, Daniel ; Cahlík, Tomáš (advisor) ; Malovaná, Simona (referee)
Property distraint is an issue that anyone can face at any point of their life. Despite minor efforts to amend the situation, the Czech Republic continuously sees yearly increases in distraint orders against individuals who default on their debt. This thesis investigates possible meso-level factors that could influence the number of these issued orders. Using data on the 76 state districts plus the capital city of Prague, the overall influence of criminal activity, unemployment and financial literacy is estimated. This is achieved by using the ordinary least squares regression, as well as two other unobserved effects models. The empirical evidence then hints at favorable properties of the random effects model. The results confirm the main hypotheses that crime and unemployment are risk factors for distraint, and that financial literacy helps reduce these risks. Auxiliary data also hints at a certain level of correlation between debt default and immigration, which is up for a further deeper analysis. Keywords Property distraint, crime, unemployment, over-indebtedness, financial literacy Author's email: dkostal@gmail.com Supervisor's email: cahlik@fsv.cuni.cz
Current trends in teaching financial literacy for elementary school 2nd stage
HELLER, Šimon
The output of this diploma thesis is a teaching material for financial literacy classes at lower secondary schools. The content of the material is consistent with financial literacy standards defined in "Current trends in teaching financial literacy for elementary school 2nd stage". These standards are also implemented in the Framework Educational Program. The material consists of a theoretical background, set of problems and a suggestion of teaching methods.
Use of selected geometry problems from the world of finance in upper secondary mathematics education
Kocourková, Zuzana ; Novotná, Jarmila (advisor) ; Tůmová, Veronika (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the use of selected tasks, which I created in my bachelor thesis, in the mathematics teaching at grammar schools. These are problematic word problems from geometry curriculum with financial themes. The aim of the thesis is to find out the role of the word problems in pupils' motivation in teaching. The theoretical part describes the issue of motivation and pupil motivation for learning. I also deal with problem of word problems, their definition and typology. The practical part is focused on experiment with aim to find out the use of selected tasks in the mathe- matics teaching at grammar school. In the experiment, I primarily examined whether the tasks motivated pupils , how successful they were in solving and the influence of financial themes in selected tasks on the pupil's emotional state or his success in solving the task. I processed statistical data quantitatively and qualitatively. To collect statistical data, I used a questionnaire and observation. The evaluation of the experiment includes statistics on pupils' motivation to solve the tasks and pupils' success in solving the task. According to research results, pupils were motivated by the tasks. The difficulty of the tasks is proportional to the level of mathe- matical abilities of pupils at grammar school. The...

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