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Selection of Appropriate Forms of Financing Housing
Kubíček, Michal ; Dvořáková, Radka (referee) ; Meluzín, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on options financing living in the Czech Republic. Firstly, there are described some basic terms and concepts which can be relised in immediate contact with this topic. Next part of the thesis describes some forms of living financing. For certain type of investor there were suggested some choices of financing hoousing, there are in short described. In following part there are mendioned individua advantages and disadvantages, icluding the suggestion.
Machine reliability data collection system - design and implementation
Kurowski, Dušan ; Dvořáková, Radka (referee) ; Fiala, Alois (advisor)
This diploma thesis is engaged in a system design, which is created to be used for warranty claims data collection. The issue of the second part of this document is the implementation of the system and the description of the next analyse for warranty claims costs minimalisation.
Didactic Game "Birds Trapping"
Kučerová, Eliška ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Blažová, Kateřina (referee)
Creation of an authorial didactic game with the topic of birds' research and birds trapping is the aim of this master thesis. The game guides high school students from historical birds trapping to modern research trapping methods for the purpose of bird ringing and further research. For the purposes of this game there are firstly described principles and benefits of didactic games as well as the history of birds trapping mainly in the territory of today's Czech Republic. The didactic game deepens the students' knowledge of the topic, concurrently it touches on the history and geographical knowledge of our country. Students develop their cooperation, verbal communication and the search for solutions and compromises. The game is designed for the smaller class group, students cooperate in small groups (3 - 5 students) which compete. Authorial game was tested in diverse class groups. Based on these experiences was verified the suitability of the game for students and were described the problematic points in the game rules and in the whole concept of the game. Key words: educational game, authorial game, birds trapping, teamwork, communication
The Development of the Original Didactic Game "A Journey to the Cell"
Strachotová, Tereza ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Chlebounová, Irena (referee)
Cell biology is a rapidly developing complex field of science, the basics of which students in the second grade of elementary school often come into contact within the sixth grade. Due to the difficulty, the curriculum is often abbreviated, which can be confusing for students in later years. Since the subject matter is abstract, many students have problems understanding it. The goal of this diploma thesis was to create a didactic board game focused on the construction of an animal cell, which will serve as teaching material primarily in the 6th year of elementary school. The game was gradually modified in such a way as to best help fulfill the set didactic goals of the game: the student assigns functions to cell organelles, the student finds the learning activity fun, the student cooperates with others to solve a certain problem and helps to reach a common goal. Throughout the game, the pupils get to know the construction of a cell on a wider scale than is usually the case in primary schools. They work together in a group, travel through the cell and collect building materials, for which they get cards with organelles. While playing the game, they discover that the cell contains a large number of parts, each of which has a clear role in the life of the cell. Students will learn more about the...
Cell Biology in Czech Lower-secondary Biology Textbooks
Zupko, Jakub ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Kuba, Radim (referee)
Cell biology is a dynamic but also complex and abstract scientific field. Therefore, it is crucial that teachers have sufficient quality teaching material to teach it. This paper aims to assess the quality of the cell biology chapters in five Czech textbooks for 6th-grade science. Specifically, the textbooks of Fraus, Nová Škola, Prodos, SPN and Taktik publishers are the set under study. The content analysis of the textbooks focuses on six aspects: scope of the material, terminology, difficulty of the explanatory text (measured by the Hrabí method), content accuracy, the cognitive difficulty of the accompanying tasks (according to Bloom's taxonomy) and the nature of the non- verbal component of the textbooks. Differences were found in the didactic equipment and the correctness of the content of individual textbooks. In four of the five explanatory texts it is possible to find incorrect information (at least three and at most twelve false statements). Most of the accompanying tasks are aimed at the lowest levels of Bloom's taxonomy. The nonverbal component on average occupies almost one-third of the page space, with the most common type of pictorial component being a sketch. The most suitable textbook, based on the examined criteria, is the textbook published by SPN, followed by the textbook...
Anatomical Changes on the Skeleton in the Evolution of Genus Homo
Hoffmannová, Valérie ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Schierová, Zuzana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to describe the anatomical features on the skeletons of species Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensi, Homo sapiens and Homo naledi. For each type are described those features which characterize it. Emphasis is placed on changes in the anatomy of the skull and pelvis, but they are also mentioned other features typical for the species. Part of this work is to outline the mobility and function of the skeleton. Information about individual species are supplemented by a description of external signs which are due to the anatomy of the skeleton. Keywords: Anatomy, Morphology, skeleton, skull, pelvis, Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensis, Homo sapiens, Homo naledi
Contemporary Scientific Knowledges and its Pedagogical Transformation by Way of Example of Human Evolution's Topic
Dvořáková, Radka ; Vančata, Václav (advisor) ; Zrzavý, Jan (referee) ; Škoda, Jiří (referee)
This thesis is about the pedagogical transformation of modern scientific knowledge from the field of palaeoanthropology and evolution anthropology to the teaching about human at the first and high schools in the Czech Republic. The main objective of this thesis (realised through four constituent research studies) is to analyse and to describe this complex and multilevel process. The first step was the content analyse of 32 textbooks. We also analysed the framework of the whole process. We realise questionnaire survey among 217 teachers and also interview with 10 teachers. The last research study about student's attitude and knowledge was questionnaire survey among 660 students. We found that there are no serious obstacles in the teaching of (human) evolution from the field of believers in the Czech Republic like in some other countries. It takes usually few decades to get new findings and conceptions into the textbooks, despite it some exceptions exist. Teachers seem to be the key participants of the process of pedagogical transformation. It is not only about the information they teach in their lessons but also about the way how they teach and about the attitude the build-up towards the topic among their students.
The Evaluation of the Geological Educational Program and its Comparison with the Teaching in the Classroom
Pelechová, Kateřina ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Poupová, Jana (referee)
The thesis is concerned with appraising the educational program of the Geology Teaching Center Říčany, in particular its influence on the pupils' attitudes towards geology. The benefits of field trips and outdoor education have been observed many times; however, mostly pupils' knowledge or skills were taken into consideration while their attitudes have been investigated fairly recently. Moreover, geology is regarded by pupils as 'the more boring part of nature' and hence I was interested in whether (and how) the non-standard form of education can change the pupils' attitudes towards geology. The objectives of the thesis were 1) to investigate what the pupils' attitudes towards geology are, and 2) to decide whether (and how) the specific geology field trip affects these attitudes and to compare this influence with the one of standard class education. The third, last objective consisted in stating whether the field trip in question will help pupils to understand how sundry topographic features were created. The main research question was stated as follows: How will the field trip affect the pupils' attitudes towards geology in comparison with standard class education covering the same topics? According to results of my investigation, pupils regard geology as the most useless and unpopular branch of...

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