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Analysis of a Thai Speaker's Speech in Czech (case study)
Popperová, Nikola ; Převrátilová, Silvie (advisor) ; Šormová, Kateřina (referee)
This case study will present an analysis of a Thai speaker's speech in Czech. The Thai speaker's level of Czech during data collection was A2. Data from two other respondents with levels B1 and B2 will also be used as a comparison. The main aim is to analyse the Czech speech of a Thai speaker in order to determine the origin of language errors and classify them into different aspects of language: phonetic, lexicological, morphologic, syntactic and grammatical. The practical aim is to create didactic recommendations based on the completed analysis for teaching Czech to speakers with Thai as their mother tongue. The data was collected in written and spoken form. In a theoretical section, it will introduce information about the Thai community in the Czech Republic, as well as distinctive features of the Thai language, including its typological differences from Czech. In the practical section, there will be analysis of Czech speech at A2 level. In the end, there is a summary of the most common problematic phenomena in the speech of a Thai speaker, together with a more positive evaluation, and a summary of the most fundamental problems for the Thai minority living in the Czech Republic.
Communication with pre-school children in Montessori approach (Children with Czech and other first language)
Dvořáková Suchánková, Hana ; Saicová Římalová, Lucie (advisor) ; Šormová, Kateřina (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to describe teachers' communication with toddlers and pre- schoolers from mono- and bilingual families in Montessori schools or schools inspired by the Montessori method. The thesis consists of two parts. The first part is theoretical and contains chapters on children's communication and communication with children, its forms and specific aspects; language and language acquisition, bilingualism, the founder of Montessori education, the Montessori education per se and communication with children according to its principles. The second part is practical and presents an analysis of the pragmatic component of teachers' communication with children through audio recordings or hand-written notes taken during participant observation. It focuses on the characteristics and specific features of teachers' communication with children in Montessori pre- schools. It includes the description of communication environment which complements the teachers' communication with children. It also contains semi-structured interviews with teachers and photographs in the attachment.
Situation of a Pupil with Different First Language at Czech Primary School (Case Study)
Jakubová, Kateřina ; Převrátilová, Silvie (advisor) ; Šormová, Kateřina (referee)
This diploma thesis aims to illustrate the situation of a pupil with a different first language in a Czech primary school through a case study. The first part of the thesis is focused on the general theoretical context. The terminology is defined; then, the theoretical knowledge concerning the integration of pupils with DFL in the school class is described, pedagogical tools and intercultural communication. Subsequently, concepts like Czech as a second language for children and bilingualism are described. The analysis is based on three sources of data - interviews with the pupil's mother and her teacher, pupil's language exercises and the tutor's diary, which was kept as part of tutoring. At the end of the research, all research questions concerning the pupil, her integration into the Czech primary school, her language competence and family background were answered. It was found that the analysed subject is a pupil with DFL who is also a user of the Czech language at the level of a native speaker so that she can be classified as a bilingual child. The linguistic mistakes she makes in her speech stem often from insufficient vocabulary or insufficient knowledge of one of the language phenomena.
Error Analysis of texts written by non-native speakers of Czech
Pfeiferová, Jana ; Šormová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pierścieniak, Piotr Paweł (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the use of language of non-native speakers of the Czech language - specifically students whose first language is Russian. The first part focuses on different approaches to language errors in terms of the theories which deal with the acquisition of the second language. In the second part, written texts of non-native speakers of the Czech language are analyzed by the method of error analysis. Errors are separately analyzed from a grammatical, morphologic, syntactic and lexicological perspective. Then errors are divided into categories and consequently described and interpreted. Interpretation of the errors takes into account the frequency of errors and focuses on intralingual errors and interlingual errors.
The integration of foreign language pupils into Czech lessons
Vrbenská, Veronika ; Šormová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pierścieniak, Piotr Paweł (referee)
The bachelor's thesis analyzes the current situation and possibilities of Czech Primary school systém with the integration of foreign pupils with permanent resistance in the Czech republic into Czech language teaching. It deals with not only the options that are guaranteed by law, but also a possible collaboration between schools and other institutions or family. It provides the basic teaching aids that are available for education of these students. Based on the study of literature and consultation with teachers from two Prague Primary schools presents two case studies that describe a way of integrating foreign pupils in these schools, and measures which are succesful or not when working with them.
Standard Czech Language and Czech Pupils
Drahotská, Zuzana ; Šebesta, Karel (advisor) ; Šormová, Kateřina (referee)
and key words This bachelor's dissertation examines attitudes towards the Czech language among second level pupils at primary school. The first part explores the concepts of standard and common Czech language, the knowledge of which is researched by means of a questionnaire. The second part analyses the questionnaire responses. The research investigates the level of theoretical knowledge within the field of enquiry and the pupils' attitudes towards the standard (or common) Czech language and its usage, and also assesses the ability to use the standard Czech language. standard Czech language, common Czech language, attitudes towards language, questionnaire-based research
Reading Literacy of Roma Pupils
Šormová, Kateřina ; Šebesta, Karel (advisor) ; Saicová Římalová, Lucie (referee) ; Průcha, Jan (referee)
Reading Literacy of Roma Pupils Thesis - Kateřina Šormová Abstract This work is a contribution to Roma pupils' literacy research. The importance of literacy for an individual today is absolutely crucial; applied research suggests that people with advanced literacy skills are more likely to have a higher self-esteem, improved health, more satisfying jobs and higher income compared to those with low literacy skills. Persons who are at greater risk of reduced literacy level are those from different cultural backgrounds, unemployed and unskilled people, those with very low level of education and people living in social exclusion. Roma pupils (very often) belong to such groups of people, therefore it is necessary to set up measures to eliminate these risks. The need to develop language competence of Roma pupils in the Czech language, including reading comprehension ability, is also included in the Roma Integration Strategy by 2020. This thesis examines whether and how the reading literacy test results of Roma and non- Roma pupils differ, and describes factors of home and school environment that influence the Roma pupils' literacy development. Based on these research questions hypotheses were set. Our research of Roma pupils' literacy was conducted in 4th and 5th grades of primary schools in socially excluded...
Nonverbal Communication in Communicative Approach to Teaching Czech as a Foreign Language
Kotková, Kateřina ; Saicová Římalová, Lucie (advisor) ; Šormová, Kateřina (referee)
This thesis deals with the use of non-verbal communication in the communicative approach when teaching Czech as a foreign language. It focuses on a nonverbal communication and main approaches to the communicative approach in teaching Czech as a foreign language. In its last part, this thesis compares results of previous research of nonverbal communication in the teaching process in a primary and secondary level and analyses of recordings of the lessons of Czech for foreigners. Keywords: nonverbal communication, communicative approach in language teaching, teaching Czech as a foreing language
Specifics of communication in kindergarten
Havlová, Markéta ; Filippová, Eva (advisor) ; Šormová, Kateřina (referee)
(in English): The present bachelor thesis examines basic specifics of communication in kindergarten. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to both general and specific communication between a teacher and children. The main focus is on communication functions upon which communication is built. The thesis also offers a basic insight into the Czech preschool education system and briefly presents alternative educational programs with special focus on the program Step by Step practiced in the kindergarten in which data were collected for the practical part of the thesis. The research reported consists of qualitative descriptive analyses of frequently repeated characteristics of the communication between a teacher and children. The conclusion calls for further longitudinal research in this area of communication.

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