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Adaptation of selected literary texts for A2 level students
Červeňáková, Hana ; Převrátilová, Silvie (advisor) ; Bozděchová, Ivana (referee)
The thesis will focus on the adaptation of texts to the A2 level for students learning Czech as a foreign or second language. The adaptation will concern artistic texts drawn from modern Czech literature. In the theoretical part of the thesis, we will focus on the theory of simplifying artistic texts and the use of adapted texts in the teaching of a foreign (second) language as part of language lessons and reading comprehension practice. We will also assess the challenges of using adapted texts, define the concept of reading skills we will define the concept of reading competence and methods for its development. The theoretical section will include a chapter addressing the significance of literature in the foreign languages' lessons. The practical part of the thesis will contain the selection of texts from modern Czech literature, their adaptation to the A2 level (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), and the development of worksheets for students with methodological instructions for teachers. The practical section will also include the testing worksheets in practice with students in an intensive Czech language course. The practical outcome of this thesis will be a set of worksheets. Considering the limited availability of materials of this type, we believe that...
Teaching methods of preparation to CCE exam on B1 level for bilingual students
Červeňáková, Hana ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Starý, Karel (referee)
In this diploma thesis, we present a methodological approach for the preparation of bilingual children attending the Czech School without Borders in London (CSWBL), with a specific focus on preparing them for the B1 level exam organized by the UK's UJOP workplace. The theoretical part of the thesis begins by providing an overview of CSWBL, including a brief history of its operation. Subsequently, we offer a definition of the term bilingualism. A particular emphasis is placed on the unique aspects of teaching Czech to bilingual pupils residing in London. This serves as a crucial foundation for the practical segment of the thesis, aiming to acquaint the reader with CSWBL, elucidate the concept of bilingualism, and delineate the specific challenges associated with teaching bilingual children residing outside the Czech Republic. Given the current absence of textbooks tailored for teaching bilingual students, our objective in the practical part is to create teaching materials for the eighth grade, aligning with the students' needs. These materials are designed to correspond to the time-thematic plan for the 8th grade at CSWBL and simultaneously prepare students for the CCE exam at level B1. This preparation encompasses all four components of the exam: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. The...

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