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Choral singing in preschool age in perspective Kühn's Children's Choir
Hrubá, Anna ; Valášek, Marek (advisor) ; Kmentová, Milena (referee)
This work discusses the musical development of a child in preschool age and work on it, as well as how choral singing contributes to it. In the theoretical part of the work, you will find the basic developmental components that a child goes through in preschool age and how they should be worked on in order for the development to be balanced. Furthermore, the thesis deals with choir singing in preschool age, who is the choirmaster, what is his role in the choir and who is a member of the choir and how to become one. One of the main parts of the work is a discussion of Kühn's children's choir, which is one of the best choirs in Europe and is very close to me. Here you will find the history of the choir and information about its founder, Jan Kühn, after whom the choir is named. Part of my work is also the present day of the choir and its existing workers and today's activities.
Musical rituals in alternatives kindergartens
Pulkrábková, Markéta ; Kmentová, Milena (advisor) ; Kubátová, Gabriela (referee)
ABCTRACT The diploma thesis focuses on seven alternative educational systems in the Czech kindergartens environment in connection with music and musical rituals. The thesis describes the key features of these alternative kindergartens. The theoretical part of the work focuses primarily on the concept of music and musical rituals that are implemented in the given alternatives. The aim of the theoretical part of the thesis was to find out and describe these rituals from the available literature regarding the given alternatives. Qualitative research was conducted using a questionnaire survey method among teachers working in the respective kindergartens. The practical part of the thesis presents specific rituals that are implemented in alternative kindergartens. The conclusion of the research describes the contents of musical rituals and presents their sources. KEY WORDS Musical ritual, rhythm, alternative kindergartens, holidays, celebrations, traditions, singing, daily routine
Comparision of the musical component of the Good Method in the Czech and Polish versions
Březinová, Paulina Natalia ; Kmentová, Milena (advisor) ; Kodejška, Miloš (referee)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is a comparison of the musical component in the Polish and Czech versions of the Good Start Method. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to the detailed characteristics of the method, history and spread of the Good Start Method in Poland and the Czech Republic. It follows the common features and differences of both versions of the method. It deals with the role of music and musical activities in the Good Start Method and in the educational process. It takes into account the peculiarities of psychomotor and musical development of preschool children. The practical part of the bachelor's thesis is devoted to the comparison of the musical component in the Polish and Czech versions of the method, with special attention to the problem of matching the rhythmic components with the movement of the child's hand when drawing a graphic pattern. The thesis uses for this purpose a detailed analysis of the musical factors of the songs presented in the Polish version of the Good Start Method. In comparison, it uses Milena Kmentová's conclusions from her research on the musical component of the Czech version of the method. It observes and compares the rhythmic structure and tempo of the songs in relation to the graphic patterns presented in both versions of the method. It...
Song as a tool for learning in children with mental retardation
Brdičková, Anna ; Kmentová, Milena (advisor) ; Daněk, Alois (referee)
The thesis on Song as a tool for learning in children with mental retardation presents a view on the use of songs as a way of acquiring knowledge and skills for preschool and younger school-age children. It introduces the reader to the theoretical background of intellectual disability and gives emphasis to the specifics in learning. The work also defines the differences between special music education, music therapy, and music filetic to avoid the common misconception that often considers all work with music and people with disabilities as music therapy. Based on a literature search, this paper presents the educational potential of song, which lies mainly in the development of the child's cognitive, auditory, speech, orientation, social and emotional skills. The use of songs in creating a positive atmosphere that improves the conditions for learning also appears to be important. The experiences of several kindergarten and primary school teachers who routinely incorporate songs into children's learning are elaborated in the research. The analysis of the songs used focuses in particular on whether the songs are suitable for children and what their educational potential is (what they can develop in children). Furthermore, the thesis presents several foreign songs adapted for the Czech school...
Musical program in pre-primary education for children with atypical language development
Waloschková, Anna ; Kmentová, Milena (advisor) ; Daněk, Alois (referee)
The master thesis with the topic: Music Programme For Preschool Children With Atypical Speech Development focuses mainly on speech development of children with different types of socio-cultural disadvantages. The theoretical part focuses on the effect of different mother tongues, bilingualism and other sociocultural disadvantages on speech development of preschool children. It highlights music education and its integrative character, especially in relation to physical education, drama and art education. The connection between music education and different types of learning is also found there, as well as the relationship of music education and the development of different types of intelligence as defined by Gardner. The theoretical part also presents the possibilities of using musical activities as a tool for supporting and nurturing the child's speech development, focusing on compensating for possible deficits expecially in the lexical-semantic and pragmatic levels of language. Last but not least, it characterizes some historical and contemporary Czech and international programmes that use music education as a tool in the personal and social development of children. The practical part consists the designing of a long-term and targeted programme, which is made of common and specific musical...

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