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Speech therapy for dyslalia in first graders
Beránková, Adéla ; Komorná, Marie (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
The bachelor's thesis entitled "Speech therapy for dyslalia in first-graders" is from the field of special pedagogy. This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of communication skills in children of younger school age. It focuses on the speech therapy issues of dyslalia and the associated postponement of school attendance. The theoretical part of the work includes the definition of basic terms associated with the field of speech therapy, impaired communication skills, dyslalia described in more detail and finally summarized the basic aspects for the child's entry into school. The practical part includes qualitative research. The aim of the practical part of the work is the analysis of the issue of dyslalia in first graders after a year's postponement of school attendance. The form of case studies for the monitored group of children was used for the elaboration of the research survey. KEYWORDS Speech therapy, speech therapy, dyslalia, postponement of school attendance, impaired communication ability
Subjective attitudes of people with hearing impairment to the defect caused prelingually and postlingually
Belšánová, Tereza ; Hradilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the subjective attitudes of persons with hearing impairment towards defects originating prelingually and postlingually. The theoretical part describes hearing defects, their types, and degrees. Furthermore describes special pedagogical care, which, among others, also includes speech therapy intervention or the possibility of using compensatory aids. The following is a description of the psychological aspects of prelingual and postlingual hearing impairment. This work aims to identify and describe personal experience and impressions of people with hearing impairment, as well as personal impressions and feelings in the context of communication and the majority society's approach towards this group of people, and to find out what problem areas people with hearing impairment perceive in the relationship with the majority population in the Czech Republic. As part of quality research, a semi-structured interview was chosen in the practical part, and four informants with prelingual and postlingual hearing loss aged 20 to 40 years were selected as a research sample. The research investigation revealed the issue of communication with face masks due to the situation associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. Moreover, persons with hearing impairments perceive that society is...
Adaptation of a child with autism spectrum disorder to kindergarten and the possibilities of its support
Völklová, Andrea ; Felcmanová, Lenka (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
The diploma thesis is dedicated to the adaptation processes of a preschool child with an autistic spectrum disorder on the preschool environment. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part and an empirical part. The main aim of the paper is to analyse the adaptation process on the preschool attendance established by § 16 paragraph 9 of the Education Act of the children affected by ASD with focus on the factors that support the adaptation on the organized form of the preschool education. Part of the aim is to suggest the key elements that should be included in the adaptation plan so it meets the needs of children affected by ASD in the preschool facility. The research was conducted on six children whose legal representatives gave their agreement through an informed consent about processing of their personal data and the use of gathered information for the creation of the diploma thesis. In order to gather the required information, the method of direct observation by the researcher was used. In addition, the interviews with the legal representatives as well as the class teachers were conducted. Furthermore, the documents and data provided by the preschool were analyzed. By the use of coding method the key information were deciphered. The essential information were gathered from the legal...
The Sorting of Pupils with Special Educational Needs to Classes Based on Ability Grouping and Skill Profiling
Klimecká, Ester ; Němec, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Kotvová, Miroslava (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to examine the impact of the inner structure of specially profiled elementary schools (for example language oriented elementary schools, natural science oriented elementary schools) on the distribution of pupils with special educational needs in the school. In particular, we focus on the composition of the classes or specialized groups in terms of balanced profiling of the pupils with special educational needs. This thesis poses the question, whether there is any discrepancy between the idea of specially oriented schools (which differentiates pupils based on their talents, hobbies or any other aspects) and the goal of inclusion which is the current goal of Czech education system. And if there is a discrepancy, is it being reflected from the position of the school management? What is their stated motivation for these practices? And what are the outcomes of employing them? The methodology of this thesis is a qualitative research. In particular, we have conducted semi-structured interviews with principals or other educational specialists in the management position of a specific school. These interviews are then included in four case studies, which are discussed, compared and analysed using relevant literature. KEYWORDS ability grouping, skill profiling, inclusion,...

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