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The use of music in German lessons as a means of developing communicative competence
Pokorný, Petr ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on the issue of using songs in German language teaching. Its aim is to contribute to tackling the issue of using songs in lessons of the German language as a second foreign language. The theoretical part introduces the position of the German language in the current Czech educational system, presents crucial methodical concepts of German teaching relevant to the chosen topic and also describes some difficulties with using music while teaching a foreign language in terms of pedagogy and psychology. The subject matter of the practical part is a research among students and teachers of lower-secondary and secondary schools. The aim of the research is to ascertain and describe the current use of songs in German lessons and detect when and why the songs are used for teaching German as a foreign language. On the basis of the results collected by a questionnaire survey and semi-structured dialogues with experts, a collection of nine worksheets and methodic sheets for working with songs during German lessons has been created. The sheets present diverse activities and methods suitable for A1, A2 and B1 levels according to the CEFR.
Use of Commercials in Teaching German as a Foreign Language
Kopůncová, Ráchel ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the use of commercials in teaching of German as a foreign language. Its aim is to describe the didactic potential of working with commercials and to find out whether teachers employ them in their practice and how they perceive them. The theoretical part of the thesis considers the key concepts related to this issue, the use of commercials in education in terms of criteria for their appropriate selection and advantages and disadvantages of their employment in teaching. The dominating subject of the practical part is a research survey among teachers who teach German as a second foreign language at the second level of primary education. The research was carried out by means of a questionnaire survey and an expert assessment. Its aim was to document the current situation of the employment of commercials in teaching and, based on an expert assessment of the didactic processing of two commercials, to clarify how teachers approach this issue. The results show that 70 % of teachers use commercials in their lessons, although not very intensively. Surprisingly, commercials are used more often by older teachers with many years of experience. The presented didactic processing would be used by most teachers in their professional practice. Keywords: Audiovisual Media, Advertising,...
Mistakes of Czech Learners of German in Writting
Nováková, Veronika ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
The following thesis deals with the topic "Mistakes of Czech Learners of German in Writing." The goal is to find out and describe the mistakes made in various German niveaux - specifically A1, A2 and B1. At the same time, it aims to introduce a new classification of mistakes and their symbols for correction that are easy to use and understandable for both the teachers and the learners. The connection between the type of the mistake and the level of German's niveau is also examined. In other words, the question is whether some of the mistakes are connected to the student's level of language or whether the mistakes in question are to be found everywhere. Firstly, the topic of mistakes and writing competence is introduced. The subsequent practical part is concerned with the experiment, in which 75 pupils from two grammar schools took part. They were given a standard examination writing assignment from German as a foreign language on levels A1-B1. The individual writing assignments are corrected, and the results are given in a well-arranged table according to the level of language. Furthermore, it is described closely with respect to the types of the mistakes. Last but not least, the mistakes are analyzed with respect to their abundance. The experiment showed that some expressions are used incorrectly...
Factors influencing relations between the German language and high school students
Nováková, Tereza ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
The thesis deals with factors which could influence a relation between high school students and German language. It surveys factors influencing the choice to study German as foreign language and also factors affecting their relationship with the subject. One of the topics is a classification of German in the language system and describing forms of its occurrence. Between the particular factors impacting a decision which language should be studied is for example the possibility to utilize this language in a future career or living in the German speaking countries included. It also delves into the influence of the common history between Czechs and Germans. The student can be affected by a teacher, not only in the positive, but also in the negative way during their school years. The thesis also studies how the difficulty of the German language impacts its learning process and compares the effects to English. These two languages are also compared at the primary school and high school levels, while the focus is primarily on the length of the schooling and the achieved language level. The goal of this paper is to map the measure of effect on a relation between German language and high school students caused by the aforementioned factors. These students are going to finish a high school situated in the...
Using games in teaching German with focus on development of writing skills
Albertová, Denisa ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
The thesis deals with possible progress in writing in German of students at secondary schools by the use of didactic games. The theoretical part sets writing in context of language didactics and describes its significant aspects such as development, functions, and contribution to teaching a foreign language. It also focuses on conception of writing in the school educational plan of secondary school, at which the research was done. Then, it introduces games as a possible activating teaching method aimed at development of writing and describes their evaluation, roles of teacher, purpose, and classification. The practical part is devoted to the actual research. Firstly, it depicts writing games that are divided into three parts - preparing, building, and structuring, and designed to gradually develop writing of students. From these writing games, six were chosen to be practically verified at the secondary school. For this verification, two methods were selected, an experiment and a questionnaire. The aim of the thesis was to find out whether the selected writing games contributed to the development of writing of students at the secondary school. The results show clearly that the writing games contributed to the development of writing of the students at selected school. KEY WORDS German as second...
Using social networks for teaching German as a foreigne language
Čermáková, Lucie ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
The diploma thesis "Using social networks for teaching German as a foreign language" deals with the development of society in the theoretical part and how this development was influenced by technologies. There are also described the individual roles of the Internet and social networks in society and in education. The practical part deals with the use of modern technologies and social networks in education. There are individual examples and advices on how to integrate modern technologies and social networks into education throughout the year and also during one lesson. In conclusion, the work is supplemented with the results of a questionnaire survey, which was conducted in order to obtain information and on opinion of students about what they think of the involvement of social networks and modern technologies in teaching.
Analysis of German textbook materials for lower - secondary schools from 90s up to now focusing on the development of composing realia
Bláhová, Jana ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
This thesis is concerned with the analysis of sets of German language textbooks intended for the second grade of elementary school dating from the nineties until now from the point of view of the historical development of the mediation of language culture and background. The theoretical part clarifies the terms substantial for the issue in question, it describes the historical development of language culture and background teaching, individual approaches to the mediation of language culture and background and while doing so, it follows the fundamental publications concerning the didactics of language culture and background and also crucial works regarding the analysis of textbook sets. The practical part describes the design of the research, its division to stages, the sample of the textbooks analysed and the establishing of the criteria according to which the textbooks will be analysed. On the basis of thus established criteria, nine textbook sets have been analysed. The method utilised was content and comparative analysis. The fundamental part of this thesis presents the results and the final evaluation. The objective of this thesis was to grasp the development of the mediation of language culture and background in the chosen sample of German language textbooks intended for the second grade of...
Vocabulary analysis of conversational topics in Beste Freunde course book from the sound aspect point of view on segmental level
Ryčňáková, Lucie ; Nečasová, Pavla (advisor) ; Švermová, Dagmar (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with theoretical analysis of selected words from Beste Freunde course book. The theoretical part draws from professional literature and analyzes Czech and German phonic system separately. Both systems are compared afterwards. The practical part deals with classification of pronunciation features which can be wrongly pronounced by Czech students. It also deals with analysis of selected wordstock from the course book and anticipates, where pronounciation errors could occur when being pronunced by Czech speakers. The aim of this thesis was to create an aid for teachers who teach using this course book and this thesis could help them with correct pronounciation teaching.

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