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Auditory perception training as part of speech therapy prevention in common preschool
Pouchová, Vendula ; Horynová, Jana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
The main objective of the bachelor's thesis is to identify and describe the development of auditory perception in a selected ordinary kindergarten. The specific goals of the thesis were to determine and describe the advantages and disadvantages of auditory perception development in the given kindergarten and to present the most common aids and activities used to foster auditory perception. The theoretical part of the thesis consists of three chapters, providing a foundation for the practical part of the work. The first chapter focuses on the development of speech and language abilities in typically developing children and introduces basic concepts of speech, language, and communication. The second chapter delves into the issues of auditory perception and its individual components. The third chapter introduces the education of preschool-aged children, the framework educational program, and its domains. The practical part of the thesis presents original research conducted in a specific ordinary kindergarten. It is a qualitative research investigation utilizing methods such as participant observation, analysis of worksheets and tools used, and supplementary interviews with teachers from the kindergarten. The development of auditory perception was observed both within a class of the kindergarten and in...
Support in the education of pupils with developmental language disorder in mainstream primary school
Šuterová, Anna ; Korandová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of developmental language disorder and the support of pupils with this disorder in the educational environment of a mainstream primary school. The thesis focuses on the characteristics of developmental language disorder, its etiology, symptomatology, diagnosis and therapy. It also addresses the specific speech, language and communication needs of school-age pupils and their development in the school environment. In the context of inclusive education, the principles of inclusive pedagogy and the possibilities of primary education for pupils with developmental language disorders are described, including support from school counselling centres and individual education plans. The main aim of the research work was to analyse the possibilities of supporting pupils with developmental language disorder in mainstream primary school. The research investigation was carried out using a quantitative questionnaire survey. The questionnaire was sent to 224 primary schools in the Zlín region. A total of 104 respondents completed it. Three predetermined hypotheses were tested concerning the level of teachers' knowledge about developmental language disorder, support measures for pupils with developmental language disorder and also teaching assistants or their importance in...
Speech therapy in adults with acquired apraxia of speech
Částková, Martina ; Horynová, Jana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The diploma thesis deals with the issue of speech therapy intervention for adults with acquired verbal dyspraxia. The main goal of this special pedagogical research is to find out what procedures clinical speech therapists in the Czech Republic use as part of speech therapy intervention for patients with verbal dyspraxia. In accordance with the primary goal of the work, sub-goals are set, which determine what diagnostic materials clinical speech therapists use to diagnose acquired verbal dyspraxia in adult patients who have developed a neurogenic communication disorder due to a stroke, trauma or neurogenic disease and what therapeutic methods clinical speech therapists use in the therapy of persons with this diagnosis. Another sub-goal compares how clinical speech therapists are aware of the symptoms of verbal dyspraxia and whether they can easily recognise it based on this knowledge. The work presents data on neurogenic communication disorders, of which dysarthria, aphasia and oral apraxia were described in more detail. The next chapter deals with verbal dyspraxia separately, as it is the main topic of this thesis. The thesis ends with quantitative research, which was mediated by an electronic questionnaire survey, the respondents of which were clinical speech therapists and speech therapists in...
Phoniatric and speech therapy intervention for people with voice disorders
Králová, Helena ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Horynová, Jana (referee)
The thesis was written in the Speech therapy field of study. Thesis deals with the topic of voice disorders and the mutual cooperation between speech therapists and phoniatrists in this area. The starting point of the theoretical part of the thesis is the definition of the fields of speech therapy and phoniatry. Then the theoretical part deals with voice disorders and the definition of voice. The last chapter of the theoretical part is devoted to the area of diagnosis, therapy and prevention of voice disorders. The goal of the practical part of the thesis was to find out, with the use of the information and knowledge from the theoretical part, how the cooperation between speech therapists and phoniatrists works, to analyse the procedures used for diagnosis and treatment of people with voice disorders and to reveal what other possibilities of cooperation between speech therapists and phoniatrists could be exploited. To achieve the goals of the research investigation, qualitative research was conducted with six respondents in the form of a semi-structured interview. The results of the research investigation enabled the fulfilment of the set objectives. It has been revealed that many factors influence mutual cooperation, one of the most important factors being the types of premises in which the...
Alternative and Augmentative Communication as a Means of Communication for People with Multiple Disabilities
Kopalová, Pavla ; Hádková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Chleboradová, Barbora (referee) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
The present dissertation entitled Alternative and Augmentative Communication as a Means of Communication for Persons with Multiple Disabilities aims to describe current foreign trends and the results of selected research of foreign experts on the topic. The thesis presents the classifications of communication abilities of persons with multiple disabilities (CFCS - Cerebral Palsy Communication Classification System, VSS - Viking Speech Scale), which are commonly used abroad. It also presents basic information on this issue. It addresses the issue of the appropriateness and correct timing for the introduction of augmentative and alternative communication systems. It debunks the myths associated with the field of AAC that are unfortunately still present in society today. The paper briefly discusses the forms of AAC - unaided and aided systems, the differences between core and fringe vocabulary, and what a proper AAC assessment and intervention should look like. Finally, the importance of collaboration between the family and the whole AAC team, which includes professionals but also all communication partners of the individual, is emphasized. Within the framework of this dissertation, two research projects have been developed that address the communication skills of individuals with multiple...
Development of individual language levels in preschool children
Křepelová, Šárka ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Korandová, Zuzana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the development of language levels in children aged 5 to 6 years. These are children before starting primary school. At this age, the stage of preschool education and the development associated with it ends. The end of this period is specific in that children are preparing for the start of compulsory schooling. By the end of the preschool period, the child should achieve certain results in the development of language levels. The goal of the practically oriented part of the diploma thesis is to analyze the development of language levels in preschool children. The work is logically divided into two parts. The first of them introduces speech development, defines the pre-school period and delimits language levels on the basis of documents from the specialist literature. These are theoretical knowledge necessary to create a comprehensive picture of the investigated issue. Furthermore, the thesis describes the most frequently occurring types of impaired communication skills typical of this period. Last but not least, preschool education and related areas of speech therapy prevention are presented. The second part of the work is devoted to the research itself. The current state of language knowledge and skills of children in the period defined above is examined. Based on the...

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