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Embedding Formative Assessment in English Language Teaching in Primary School
Buriánková, Zuzana ; Vallin, Petra (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on embedding the formative assessment in English language teaching in primary school. It focuses on formative assessment strategies and their implementation in foreign language teaching. It specifies the learning aims, criteria, communication in the classroom including the efficient questioning, feedback, peer- assessment and self-assessment. The theoretical part of the diploma thesis deals with the school assessment, it describes the typology, the forms and the functions of assessment. It also deals with the theme of ability to learn foreign language with regard to cognitive, social and emotional, and physical growth of children. The third chapter of the theoretical part describes the key strategies of formative assessment. The empirical part explores the process of embedding the formative assessment strategies into the primary education. The collection of particular techniques is embodied in this part of the thesis. These techniques were used in the process of embedding the formative assessment in English language teaching in our school. There was the question at the beginning of the research: Do English primary teachers use formative assessment? My primary aim was to make gradual change in teaching using the techniques of formative assessment and to respond more to...
Teachers support of the unsuccessful pupils in primary school
Bartoňová, Veronika ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
This Master Thesis deals with the teachers support of educationally unsuccessful pupils in the 1st grade of primary school. The aim is to record strategies and pedagogical (didactic) practices to support these pupils and to see how these practices are applied in practice. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and empirical. In the theoretical part, the concept of an educationally unsuccessful pupil is defined and the causes and consequences of school failure are briefly defined. Legislative (congressional) support for these pupils is also defined, with a focus on 1st degree support measures. Attention is drawn to the factors and areas affecting school success, which the teacher must pay attention to when supporting students, especially those who are unsuccessful in school. The categories that are broken down in more detail are the overall climate in the classroom, the relationship between the teacher and the student, assessment, motivation and forms and methods of teaching. Special attention is then paid to communication, which permeates (touches/penetrates/fuses in) all the mentioned areas. For the empirical part, a qualitative research was conducted using the method of observation in two 3rd grade classes and subsequent interviews with class teachers. The Thesis comes to a conclusion...
Educating children from a Children's Home
Krátká, Jana
Dissertation is focused on the issue of institutional care in the Czech Republic. The main focus of this work are children's homes, education and socialization of children placed in this type of residential care. The aim of the theoretical part is to describe the characteristics of subjects of institutional care in the Czech Republic. Furthermore, to compare institutional care with selected countries and describe the child's socialization in the family and at school. A historical overview of institutional care in the Czech Republic is also described, and in conclusion the author deals with a specific description of the social inclusion of pupils with special educational needs in the teaching process at primary school. The empirical part reports on the research and its results obtained by qualitative methodology using case study design. The main goal of the research was to find out how children from a children's home are integrated into the teaching process at primary school. Furthermore, the author set several partial goals. The first partial goal was to find out how children from a children's home are integrated by children growing up in biological families into the class group at primary school. The second partial goal was to find out how children from a children's home are involved in the...
Teacherś support of the unsuccessful primary school pupils
Pánková, Simona ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the role of the teacher in the education of unsuccessful schoolchildren at the 1st stage of primary school. The theoretical part deals with various concepts of school failure. The first chapter defines the concept of school success and failure. The second chapter deals with the various reasons for school failure, which the teacher must determine in order to effectively support the pupil. The third chapter focuses on the behavior of pupils with SEN, which can often be dangerous and the teacher must know how to behave in such situations. The fourth chapter deals with how a pupil with SEN is admitted to a regular class. Above all, however, the thesis focuses on the procedures used by the teacher, which help the child in learning and overcoming obstacles that make his learning more difficult, including subjectively perceived failure. We will find this information in the fifth chapter. The next chapters focus on the teaching assistant and the school, which are of cordinal importance in supporting the student. The aim of the empirical part is to find out how teachers at the 1st stage of primary school give unsuccessful pupils support, and what effective procedures (strategies) they use. This part is based on qualitative research. The main research method is the observation...
HIGHLY GIFTED GIRLS IN THE FIRST GRADE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL
Sliwková, Markéta ; Krčmářová, Tereza (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
The thesis focuses on the issue of the education of extremely gifted girls in the first grade of primary school. The aim of the work is to map the issue of educating particularly gifted girls from the perspective of teachers, parents, and the girls themselves. The main aim of theoretical part is to describe the characteristics of gifted girls and the most common problems based on a reserch of Czech and foreign literature. The major focus is set on the issue of gender stereotypes which may influence the self-image of gifted girls and their education process. In practical terms, the case reports several extremely gifted girls in the first grade of primary school from the point of view of individul grils as well as from the point of view of their parents. The practical part includes a discussion with the teachers to map their expectations and experience of educating the gifted girls. The results of the research confirmed the findings from the scientific literature. Girls do not tend to hide their talents if they are being educated in a stimulating conditions and their individual needs are respected. KEYWORDS education, giftedness, gifted girls, primary school, gender stereotypes, case study
Tutorial system in the education of primary school pupils
Stoupencová, Eva ; Hejlová, Helena (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the tutorial system in the education of primary school pupils. The theoretical part is marginally devoted to defining the historical development of cooperation between family and school and it is individual forms, from which the so-called tutorial system is based. The greatest attention is paid to this part of the work. It is focused on main principles and goals. The tutorial system offers a specific relationship between family and school through the building of an open and confidential environment and, under appropriate conditions, helps the interplay of the educational process of both social institutions. The empirical part of the work is aimed at finding out whether the tutorial system is really a functional form of cooperation between family and school, providing specific benefits for all stakeholders. It is implemented through a qualitative methodology, specifically through structured, semi-structured interviews and observations. Pupils, parents, teachers, tutors and the principal of the primary school where the research took place were involved in the research survey. The results of the research show that if certain conditions are met when introducting tutoring, it can really be a tool for open and effective cooperation between the family and the school. Data...
The pharmacotherapy of skin manifestations of allergy
Krátká, Jana ; Melicharová, Ludmila (advisor) ; Trejtnar, František (referee)
Skin serves as the first line of defense between the individal and the environment. Disruption of epidermal barrier can facilitate penetration of iritants, allergens, microbes and other particulars to epidermis. It can result in inflammatory reaction. Diseases, which manifest mainly on the skin and are of allergic origin, are atopic dermatitis (AD), contact dermatitis, urticaria and angioedema. AD is highly pruritic chronic or chronic recurrent noninfectious inflammatory disease. Treatment should be comprehensive. The first would be the effort to identify and eliminate causative allergens. This also applies to other diseases. There is importace of hydration and overall skin care (emollients). Intensity of anti-inflammatory treatment (corticosteroids, topical imunomodulators, antibiotics) depends on the current state of dermatitis. Contact dermatitis is representative of the IV.type of immunopathological reaction. It takes effect after various lengths of time of skin contact with allergen. Local and general treatment depends on the extent and intensity of damaged skin and is to reduce the local inflammation. Urticaria and angioedema is characterized by vasodilatation, increased vascular permeability in the skin (urticaria) or subcutaneous tissue or submucosal tissue (angioedema). These symptoms are...
Problems of the school immaturity through the eyes of the primary school teachers
Raková, Světlana ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis Problems of the school immaturity through the eyes of the primary school teachers is to summarize in the theoretical part the existing knowledge of the literature on school maturity and school readiness and their controversy and then in the empirical part to find out what problems primary school teachers feel in this area and how they solves them. The work is divided into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part summarizes the key findings on the chosen topic, the practical part presents its own qualitative research. The research was conducted in the form of semi-structured interviews with primary school teachers. The interviews were then transcribed and analyzed through grounded theory. The analysis of the interviews revealed that the experience of teachers with the school immaturity of primary school pupils is very diverse. Most often addressing teachers met with the inability to separate the child from the parents and deficiencies in communication skills. Most educators most often mentioned an individual approach to supporting children not sufficiently mature for school. It can be considered a negative phenomenon that most of the addressed schools do not have a preparatory program for future first-graders. As a suggestion for practice, I stated that...
Communication of teachers and parents during distance learning
Ratajová, Petra ; Poche Kargerová, Jana (advisor) ; Krátká, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of communication with parents during distance learning. It views this issue from the perspective of teachers and families. It summarizes the specifics of this unusual situation and provides recommendations on how to better manage it. The theoretical part is based on literature and it explains the importance of communication between teachers and parents. The main actors are characterized in this part. It summarizes the rules of respect and also talks about cooperation between both sides. It brings tips on how to involve parents in the education of their children. It deals with distance learning and its obstacles from the perspective of teachers and parents. The practical part focuses on the experience of first-level teachers. The aim is to map the ways of communication and involvement of parents in distance learning. The open coding technique allows in-depth analysis of interviews with teachers. It provides recommendations for communication during distance learning. It describes the specific experience of teachers and the solutions of potential problems.

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