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Educational computer game, its creation and use use teaching of thematic unit Water
NOVÁK, Zbyněk
The thesis deals with the creation and use of an educational computer game in teaching the thematic unit Water in the teaching of inorganic chemistry at the second level of primary schools. The aim is to convey selected knowledge to pupils in an attractive form, or to practice this knowledge, to develop inter-subject relations, to activate pupils and to strengthen their key competences by means of didactic procedure. The game story takes place in the environment of the town of Mariánské Lázně. The player is continuously introduced to the geographical and historical attractions of this location. Due to the storyline's connection to a specific location, the educational process is in line with the principles of place-based learning. The theoretical part consists of an analysis of the literature on the topic of place-based learning and STEM subjects. The acquired knowledge represents the theoretical framework of the practical part, where a description of the created game and verification of its use in pedagogical practice is presented. The research was conducted in a questionnaire form.
Educational computer game, its creation and use in practicing chemical element symbols
NOVÁK, Zbyněk
The bachelor's thesis deals with the creation and use of an educational computer game (quiz game) in teaching inorganic chemistry, specifically in practicing the symbols of chemical elements, especially for students in the second grade of primary schools and lower grades of multi-year grammar schools. Educational game aims to motivate and activate students as well as develop interdisciplinary relationships. Pupils get acquainted not only with scientific knowledge, but also with practical and general knowledge in an attractive quiz form.

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