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Benefit of language skills training according to Elkonin for children's language skills
Šišková, Dorota ; Nováková Schöffelová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Málková, Gabriela (referee)
Phonemic awareness which will be discussed in the diploma thesis is considered to be one of the important predictors of future success in reading and writing. In the theoretical part, we define basic concepts, focus on predictors of reading and writing and the phonological deficit in child development. The research part is conceived as a quasi-experiment in which we monitor the impact of Trénink jazykových schopností dle D. B. Elkonin on the language skills of preschool children. Our goal of the thesis is to evaluate the effect of the Czech adaptation of the intervention program for children and to capture the changes as a result of the implementation of this intervention program. The research sample consists of an experimental group and a control group. Before and after completing the intervention, the children were tested and measured for their level of phonemic awareness (specifically, a test of isolation of the first and last sounds, synthesis of sounds). Children from the experimental group were also measured with a sentence repetition test. The results of the research investigation showed a positive effect of the subject intervention in the area of children's language development. Children who were weak in the area of their language development before the training showed significantly better...
Child with Special Educational Needs in Preschool
Šišková, Dorota ; Sotáková, Hana (advisor) ; Kucharská, Anna (referee)
This bachelor theses focuses on inclusion of children with special educational needs (SEN) in pre-primary educational facilities. In theoretical section, the concept of inclusion in pre-primary education is introduced followed by the international human rights documents, the legislative framework of the Czech Republic in education. Based on the literature review, facilitators and barriers to inclusive preschool education, characteristics of inclusive kindergarten, and development of a preschool child is presented together with significance of inclusion of a child with special education needs. The overarching aim of the research part is to identify facilitators and barriers in promoting inclusive education in kindergarten as perceived by the teachers. The qualitative research design was applied, namely the semi-structure interviews. Results of the study indicate that teachers consider as facilitators positive attitudes towards heterogeneity, functional cooperation and communication between all stakeholders, the presence of a teaching assistant in the classroom, adequate qualifications and a suitably adapted teaching environment to meet the needs of a child with SEN. On the contrary, shortage of staff, higher number of children in classroom were considered as barriers that make the process of...

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