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The Dialog and Questions in Teaching on Second Level of Basic school
Sumcov, Jan ; Zicha, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
This thesis describes the integral role of using dialogue and asking questions on second level of basic school. The theoretical part of the thesis aims to point out that guiding students to dialogue and asking questions is essential for the personal development of the individual and also for a deeper understanding of the curriculum. At the same time, based on available literature and research, it summarizes the basic principles and assumptions of the dialogical teaching method. In the second part of the thesis, the author attempts to reflect the findings and examples from his practice in the form of action research and to suggest some methods and procedures that can be used to support dialogical teaching. The author focuses mainly on the questions asked by students and compares his outputs with the theoretical background on which he is based. It examines the contexts and types of questions asked by students in full-time and distance learning and also suggests procedures for encouraging them to take active questions. The results show that students are able to ask questions in the classroom, however, in normal frontally arranged lessons, only a fraction of the, usually participate in speeches in this way. In this case, the possibility of asking questions in writing or encouraging students to...
The Role of Constitutional Organs in Ensuring the State Security
Dienstbier, Jakub ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
1 The Role of Constitutional Organs in Ensuring the State Security Abstract This diploma thesis deals with question, what role are constitutional organs, such as President of the Republic, Government, Parliament and Security Council of the State, playing in the security system of the Czech Republic. For this purpose, the thesis shows the constitutional system of the Czech Republic on the example of position of President of the Republic. Main part of the thesis is based on analysis of President's status as Commander in Chief of armed forces because of the lack of complex attention of Czech constitutional doctrine. According to that, the thesis describes Czechoslovak constitutional development in the first place and compares it with present legal framework. The thesis uses all methods of legal interpretation from the constitutional point of view as well as knowledges of other academic disciplines and interprets the constitutional terms "armed forces" and "Commander in Chief". This interpretation is followed by the criticism of statutory regulation and assess the content of Commander in Chief`s authority. The thesis express other presidential activities with security dimension, too. The thesis especially justifies presidential rights and competencies in connection with intelligence agencies. In other part, the...
President of the Russian Federation: legal status and factual role
Hradský, Kamil ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
President of the Russian Federation: legal status and factual role Abstract The dissertation primarily deals in five sections with a question why the President of the Russian Federation is such a powerful government body and how the Russian legal regulation participates in the factual powerful role of Russian president. The first section deals with the perspective of The Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation, in other words it shows which fundamental issues about the president were decided by the court, what the solutions were and what the argumentation was. Individual constitutional court decisions are carefully chosen to point out the general tendency and the quality of the court argumentation. The second section is focused on the issues of the legal institute of the Plenipotentiary Representatives of the President of the Russian Federation . Its current legal and factual form is determined by the effort of the President to centralize the federation and reinforce the vertical principle of exercising the state power. A critical analysis of Plenipotentiary Representatives and their supportive apparatus, which should give a clue about the way of how the presidential power is put into effect in the subjects of the Russian Federation. The explanation does not avoid issues of the federal districts,...
President of the Russian Federation: legal status and factual role
Hradský, Kamil ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
President of the Russian Federation: legal status and factual role Abstract The dissertation primarily deals in five sections with a question why the President of the Russian Federation is such a powerful government body and how the Russian legal regulation participates in the factual powerful role of Russian president. The first section deals with the perspective of The Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation, in other words it shows which fundamental issues about the president were decided by the court, what the solutions were and what the argumentation was. Individual constitutional court decisions are carefully chosen to point out the general tendency and the quality of the court argumentation. The second section is focused on the issues of the legal institute of the Plenipotentiary Representatives of the President of the Russian Federation . Its current legal and factual form is determined by the effort of the President to centralize the federation and reinforce the vertical principle of exercising the state power. A critical analysis of Plenipotentiary Representatives and their supportive apparatus, which should give a clue about the way of how the presidential power is put into effect in the subjects of the Russian Federation. The explanation does not avoid issues of the federal districts,...
Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland
Novotná, Markéta ; Mlsna, Petr (advisor) ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
1 Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland Abstract The aim of this thesis is to outline the position of the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland in the Swiss legal system and to discuss whether an extension of the judicial review on federal statutes should de lege ferenda take place. The first chapter serves as a brief description of the formation of Switzerland as well as of the Federal Supreme Court itself. The second chapter deals with the position of the Federal Supreme Court in the Swiss legal system along with its internal organisation. The third chapter is dedicated to the various types of constitutional jurisdiction from a theoretical point of view. The fourth chapter's purpose is to offer an overview of the current legal framework of constitutional jurisdiction in Switzerland. The fifth chapter acts as an evaluation of the various arguments for and against the implementation of judicial review of federal statutes. The Swiss legal system is generally very well known for its uniqueness and emphasis on the principle of sovereignty of the people. Although it is often used as an example of a well functioning democracy, there are parts of it that can be subject to critical dispute. Key words: Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland, swiss legal system, judicial review
The Role of Constitutional Organs in Ensuring the State Security
Dienstbier, Jakub ; Jirásková, Věra (referee)
1 The Role of Constitutional Organs in Ensuring the State Security Abstract This diploma thesis deals with question, what role are constitutional organs, such as President of the Republic, Government, Parliament and Security Council of the State, playing in the security system of the Czech Republic. For this purpose, the thesis shows the constitutional system of the Czech Republic on the example of position of President of the Republic. Main part of the thesis is based on analysis of President's status as Commander in Chief of armed forces because of the lack of complex attention of Czech constitutional doctrine. According to that, the thesis describes Czechoslovak constitutional development in the first place and compares it with present legal framework. The thesis uses all methods of legal interpretation from the constitutional point of view as well as knowledges of other academic disciplines and interprets the constitutional terms "armed forces" and "Commander in Chief". This interpretation is followed by the criticism of statutory regulation and assess the content of Commander in Chief`s authority. The thesis express other presidential activities with security dimension, too. The thesis especially justifies presidential rights and competencies in connection with intelligence agencies. In other part, the...

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