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An Aquarium as an Ecosystem Suitable for Ethological Observations of Fish
Mejstříková, Lucie ; Hanel, Lubomír (advisor) ; Andreska, Jan (referee)
Aquaristics is a very widespread hobby not only among adults, but also among children. However, the aquarium may not only serve as an decorative and relaxing element, but also as a teaching tool. Through project-based learning, the ethology of fish, for example their orientation in space and time in relation to where they feed or their epigamous and social behaviour, can be studied there. The success and failure of fish farming and plant cultivation points to the imbalance of minerals and substances in the water, so it is important to take into account their cycling in the aquarium. This paper describes how to set up and care for an aquarium and it also provides various recommendations. To illustrate the cycling of substances, energy and matter, simple diagrams have been created that can also be used in ecology lessons. In the practical part, the biology of model aquarium fish has been described, accompanied by many photographs. In the didactic part, worksheets were designed - one to serve as a basis for project-based learning, the other for data analysis. The effectiveness of the worksheets was verified in the sixth and eighth grade of a primary school. Since the first worksheet had very low return and was frequentely misunderstood the second worksheet was created. This one was less time consuming...
Beekeeping and Its Use in Elementary School
Voska, Karel ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
This thesis focuses on beekeeping and possibilities of its use in elementary schools. The first part is dedicated to the entire superfamily Apidae with a focus on the honeybee. However, other representatives are also mentioned across various social models, from solitary bees to those living in different levels of community life, up to large bee colonies. The second part of the thesis outlines the development of beekeeping, first at a general level and then within our country. It covers the inception of the relationship between humans and bees, the first pioneers of true beekeeping in the Mediterranean by Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, and the development of beekeeping in our territory from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. The third and final part of the thesis is dedicated to the utilization of beekeeping in elementary schools. In this didactic section, various possibilities of incorporating bees into education across different subjects in elementary schools are described. The text includes proposals for topics and lesson plans, possible utilization of interdisciplinary relationships and tandem teaching, as well as suggestions for worksheets. The second part of the didactic work focuses on the beekeeping club at the elementary school, particularly its rules and types for its proper functioning....
The Use of Artificial Intelligence by High School Students When Writing a Paper
Brabenec, Daniel ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
This master's thesis concerns using artificial intelligence by six-year grammar school students when composing short essays on assigned biological topics. The issue is very current and discussed by the general public as a forthcoming change for education and, consequently, for society altogether. Therefore, the thesis aims to describe how grammar school pupils work with artificial intelligence, how often and for what purposes they use it, what trials and errors may simultaneously arise, and to analogise the constructed papers from various viewpoints. In accordance with the thesis's objective, a total of six research questions are formulated, which are answered in the thesis. Based on the answers to the research questions, two out of three established hypotheses are disproved. Mixed research combining quantitative and qualitative approaches is conducted to answer the research questions and test the suppositions. During lectures, students are assigned to create an essay on one of three biological topics (cell structure, plant reproduction, and amphibians in the Czech Republic) using internet resources and artificial intelligence. These writings are analysed using the open coding method based on grounded theory. The second segment is a questionnaire focusing on students' use of artificial...
Study of relation of public to protection of nature in Jeseníky mountains
Beranová, Markéta ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
The thesis examines a relation of visitors of the protected landscape area to the nature protection, tourism and other sport activities. It summarizes theoretical findings about the Protected Landscape Area Jeseníky and about the National nature reserve Praděd - characterizes their territory, subject of protection and is concerned also with their exploitation from the point of view of tourism and sport activities from past to present. The part of this thesis is also analysis of territorial documentation - territorial plans and a plan of the care. It is traced, how is resolved the problem of tourism and sport activities in it, in connection with protected territory. The thesis also contents the results of a field questionnaire, which came through on the territory of Praděd. The goal of the research was an investigation of opinions of visitors about the area as such, but first of all about the relation to nature protection, about the work of the administration of the landscape protected area and about the relation to downhill skiing and biking tourism. Powered by TCPDF (
Application of the Reading Comprehension Method in the Teaching of Selected Species of Amphibians at Lower Secondary Education
Korečková, Valentýna ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
In my diploma thesis I apply the reading comprehension method in the biology and I focus on selected species of amphibians. Understanding the text is a prerequisite for learning from the text, and it is an important part of understanding the world. This is the reason why I use a multidisciplinary approach and I included reading comprehension methods in the teaching of amphibians in elementary school. In my diploma thesis, I made a research which I examine whether students with learning disabilities will be able to understand the text, or whether they will be more successful in a simpler text supplemented with pictures and graphs. Furthermore, I deal with whether teaching with the application of the reading comprehension method will increase students' interest in the discussed topic and whether these students will be more successful in verifying their knowledge than students who were taught using the frontal method. I have chosen methods to achieve the goals which are: a frontal teaching method, teaching with the application of developing reading comprehension, a test in the form of a questionnaire and a semi-structured interview with pupils. It is a mixed research, where I combine qualitative and quantitative research procedures. This research is implemented at a selected elementary school. The...
Teaching of Hydrobiological Themes in the Natural Science at 2nd Grade of Elementary Schools in Central Bohemia
Mázlová, Kristýna ; Hanel, Lubomír (advisor) ; Andreska, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis is focusing on explaining the teaching of hydrobiological topics in natural science classes at the secondary level of primary schools, specifically in the Central Bohemian Region. The aim of the thesis is to: - introduce the issues of hydrobiological topics in natural science classes to the reader - to implement these topics into teaching at the secondary level of primary schools - to find out how these teachings are applied into practice on the secondary level of primary schools in the Central Bohemian Region - (and) to find out how much the students are interested in learning about hydrobiological topics The diploma thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part talks about hydrobiological theory, aquatic environment, and individual representatives of fauna and flora that occur in the studied area. It also explores the idea of anthropogenic activity (which has an impact on the aquatic environment), and the protection of waters and their habitats in the Czech Republic. In the second part, the thesis explores the characteristics of the Central Bohemian Region from the perspective of hydrobiology and selected places that are interesting and suitable for excursions. In the practical part of the thesis, selected natural science textbooks were...
Students' Perception of Selected Teaching Methods within the Educational Program on the Topic of Owls
Hašpl, Filip ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
This study focuses on the perception of differences between frontal and inquiry-based learning (IBL) from the perspective of elementary school students. The theoretical part of the thesis provides information about owls and the theoretical foundation of teaching. It describes the Czech curriculum and its objectives of biology education. Furthermore, the thesis delves into a detailed description of the transmissive and constructivist approaches to teaching, along with their associated didactic tools. Special attention is given to teaching methods which are the subject of research in the practical part of the study, specifically IBL and frontal teaching. This section presents their basic rules, and implementation procedures. The practical part of the study compares IBL with frontal teaching, as perceived by seventh-grade students during biology classes at lower secondary school. A self-evaluative reflective questionnaire was used for the research. This part not only presents the research results but also addresses lessons preparation and implementation. The results demonstrate how students perceive the differences between IBL and frontal teaching. More precisely, which type of teaching they find more interesting useful, and during which type they believe they better develop their communication and...
The Importance of Bees and their Use in Apitherapy
Handlová, Kateřina ; Hanel, Lubomír (advisor) ; Říhová, Dagmar (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the importance of bees and the use of bee products in apitherapy. In the introduction of the general part, the honey bee (Apis mellifera) is introduced, including its morphology, biology and diseases. The composition of the bee colony and the husbandry tools needed to keep bees are also mentioned. The concept of apitherapy, views on its use and methods of application are also explained. Bee products (honey, royal jelly, propolis, beeswax, bee pollen and bee venom) are introduced. The positives and negatives of apitherapy are discussed and whether apitherapy can be considered an official treatment method. In the practical part, a questionnaire was used to determine people's awareness of apitherapy, the use of apitherapy products and then to find out the differences in responses between respondents living in urban and rural areas. The method of quantitative analysis was used to evaluate the results.When comparing the responses of urban and rural respondents, considerable agreement and similarity was found. KEYWORDS Honey bee (Apis mellifera), apitherapy, bee products

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