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Radostová, Eliška ; Kasíková, Hana (advisor) ; Pelzová, Markéta (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the relationship between learning and movement. The aim of this work is to describe the theoretical basis of the common relationship between teaching and movement, to explore the influence of physical activities on learning activities, and to introduce physical activities that stimulate the activity of both brain hemispheres, thus improving cognitive and social abilities. The goal was fulfilled by means of a collection of physical activities which were given to teachers of elementary schools and practiced with their pupils. After 2 to 5 weeks of training with pupils, they observed differences in pupils' learning activities which they subsequently recorded in the questionnaire. The results of the research project show that pupils who practice physical activities that are helpful for their learning before they begin their lessons are more active and retain more information, and that the pre-learning exercise creates a good atmosphere. At the same time, however, the length of time the teachers and their children were practicing was too short to show changes in cognitive and social areas.
The pedagogical legacy of Carl Orff
Ševčíková, Aneta ; Strouhal, Martin (advisor) ; Pelzová, Markéta (referee)
The main theme of this bachelor thesis is pedagogical legacy of Carl Orff, because this music educator and composer has created an important method of work in musical education known as "Schulwerk" which teachers use up to the present. The bachelor thesis contains only the theoretical part which deals with his personal life and his life as a composer. On top of that, it analysis his most famous works. Furthermore, there is focus on history of Orff's method, Orff's instrumental, the instruments used in musical practice and the introduction to work of art and a five-volume publication "Musik für Kinder" too which is important for musical-pedagogical activities. Bachelor thesis deals with the world level of Orff's school too, after then development of musical-pedagogical Carl Orff's thoughts both in the former Czechoslovakia and in the Czech Republic (Czech Orff society). In the last part of bachelor thesis, there is focus on Orff institute in Salzburg and the use of Orff's method in working with handicapped people. The aim of the theoretical part was to provide comprehensive theoretical knowledge of Carl Orff's musical-pedagogical activities and for the variegation demonstrate a practical demonstration of work in music education based on his ideas. In the theoretical part high-quality and accessible...
Contemporary trends of education of children in family
Zídek, Marija ; Sedláčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Pelzová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor thesis is named Contemporary trends of education of children in family. It is clear from the title that the thesis is devoted mainly to current educational approaches that respond to changes of both global and social character. The thesis is conceived in theory and its main aim is to describe several contemporary educational tendencies and to outline their common features. The bachelor thesis is divided into two imaginary parts. The first deals with the conceptual definition and general concept of family and education. The second, more extensive part focuses on the description of five selected educational approaches and their summary. In the thesis we can find a philosophical reflection on the encouragement of individualism and its impact on the lives of these individuals. This bachelor thesis also includes references to classical authors, which undoubtedly influenced the current concept of education. Powered by TCPDF (
The Moral Dimension of Aesthetic Experience in the Pragmatic Pedagogy
Pelzová, Markéta ; Strouhal, Martin (advisor) ; Koťa, Jaroslav (referee)
Concept of pragmatic pedagogy is based on the education by experience, which is essential for an individual's development and for the directing of the individual's abilities. Art provides a form of specific experience based on which you can cultivate cognitive and emotional conditions of value judgments and thus contribute to the moral development of a child. The processes of experiencing, interpreting and evaluating the work of art are based on everyday experience and it relates to both the unique requirements of an individual and the conditions of a certain socio-cultural environment in which he lives.
Media Influence on the Formation of Language and Communication Competencies of School Children
Pelzová, Markéta ; Strouhal, Martin (advisor) ; Koťa, Jaroslav (referee)
This work should introduce media influence on child's speech development and language and communication skills of children. Issue of media production are presented not only as a part of social and cultural environment, but also as an important factor determining child's speech, communication, cognitive ability and success at school or work. A critical view on the media technology in common use by children leads to proposals of how to prevent any potential negative effects media could have on the child users.

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