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Pedological investigation for the design of a natural swimming pool in Olešná u Blanska
Ouředníková, Eliška ; Tomášová, Gabriela (referee) ; Paseka, Stanislav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is devoted to the problems of pedological investigation including detailed analysis of collected soil samples, such as determination of physical, mechanical and chemical properties of soil. The detailed pedological investigation is followed by another part of the bachelor thesis which deals with the design of bathing ponds, suitable vegetation and animal life in them. The main part of the thesis describes field sampling, laboratory work, evaluation of measurement results and soil classification. The thesis also presents swimming pond zones, materials for construction, examples of fish stocking and flora for the regeneration zone. The thesis includes an evaluation of a practical application, which was carried out in a specific location in the village of Olesna, and a design of the bathing pond is included.
Pupil's Assesment in Biology
Ouředníková, Eliška ; Novotná, Kateřina (advisor) ; Vallin, Petra (referee)
The thesis is focused on formative assessment in biology, specifically it describes its use in biology teaching. The aim of the thesis is to discuss formative assessment, its strategies, methods and processes that can be used in biology classes. The theoretical part defines school assessment. The topic of formative assessment is presented in the context of the types and roles of school assessment and also biology teaching. The empirical part, using the qualitative design of the multi-case study, builds on the data obtained by the in-depth interviews with two teachers. The aim of the research was to describe the way teachers assess students in biology classes and their attitude and knowledge about formative assessment. The two case studies illustrate how teachers perceive formative assessment as one of the possible ways to collect evidence about the knowledge of their students. The author asked about grading and its importance for the teachers. She was also interested in the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on teaching and assessment. The research showed that various strategies and methods of formative assessment are appropriate for biology teaching. According to the teachers, the most important and the most effective methods are feedback, assessment according to criteria and peer assessment....

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