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The use of music in German lessons as a means of developing communicative competence
Pokorný, Petr
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.
The use of music in German lessons as a means of developing communicative competence
Pokorný, Petr
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.
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.
Raman spectroscopy as a tool for analysis of microbial cells
Pokorný, Petr ; Enev, Vojtěch (referee) ; Samek, Ota (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the use of Raman spectroscopy for analysis of ectoine and hydroxyectoine presence in bacterial strain Halomonas elongata. Theoretical part compile characteristics of extremophiles with closer look on halophilic organisms and one of their main osmolytes, ectoines. Following by description of Raman spectroscopy method and its uses. Experimental part deals with cultivation of bacteria on different combinations of substrate and salt concentration in order to reach optimal production of PHA and for achieving the highest possible yield of biomass to be analysed by Raman spektroskopy. As the best substrate for PHA production turned out to be glukose along with salt concentration 30 g/l NaCl, where percentage representation of PHB makes 30,5229 %. As an ideal substrate for the highest yield of biomass proved to be sacharose. Bacteria that grew on sacharose with three different salt concentrations, 40, 70 and 100 g/l NaCl was measured along with Halomonas salina and Halomonas organivorans for comparison. Raman spectroscopy unfortunately turned out to be inadequate for measurement of this type of sample, thus we were not able to measure ectoine of hydroxyectoine presence in cells.
Quaternary molluscs of Blanský les
Menšík, Jakub ; Juřičková, Lucie (advisor) ; Pokorný, Petr (referee)
Rich mollusc assemblages preserved in two profiles of fossiliferous sediment in the Blanský les area, provided the evidence about the Late Glacial and Holocene in this region, which is one of the most faunistically known areas of Central Europe. Findings of Quaternary faunas are very rare in Southern Bohemia, so these two soil profiles near Český Krumlov are so important for understanding the postglacial succession of Central Europe. The fossil mollusc assemblages showed an early appearance of forest species, which dominated both sites from the Boreal till Subboreal. Forest development in the Holocene Climatic Optimum reached a maximum, due to the absence of Neolithic man. Steppe species almost completely disappeared during this period. The development of the Young Holocene was linked to a decrease of the forest on the first site and the deforestation of the second site, due to a combination of a humidity decrease and human impact. In addition, some southern elements involved in the postglacial colonization of Central Europe, were found there. A few of them were found in a much older deposit than expected.
Human-driven and natural vegetation changes of the last glacial and early Holocene
Kuneš, Petr ; Pokorný, Petr (advisor) ; Krahulec, František (referee) ; Ammann, Brigitta (referee)
Conclusions The main conclusions, specific to each research topic, have been mentioned in appropriate chapter. To summarize, the thesis brings new original data and reinterprets existing pollen assemblages of the last glacial and early Holocene in central Europe. It also deals with analysis of the analogues and with vegetation-pollen relationship when interpreting past vegetation. The study of analogue environment brought several important conclusions. A considerably tight relationship was found between the composition of pollen spectra and climate characteristics in southern Siberian analogue landscape. This means that past climatic conditions can be reasonably predicted by the fossil pollen spectra. There were found the best pollen predictors (such as Pinus sylvestris, P.cembra, Betula alba, Artemisia, Graminae) and 300 m distance around the sampling point as the best factors explaining vegetation type. Vegetation was interpreted for the last glacial and the beginning of the Holocene in the light of new palaeobotanical finds and according to modern approaches. Occurrence of some tree species during various stages of the last glacial were confirmed, however, local discrepancies in vegetation and climate were also highly important. This supports strong gradient in increasing treelessvegetation from the...
The Strong and the Weak in Romans 14-15
Majtán-Černák, Marek ; Roskovec, Jan (advisor) ; Pokorný, Petr (referee)
The present diploma thesis is an exegetical attempt to interpret Paul's parenesis in his Letter to the Romans 14,1-15,13. It tries to find answers to the following questions: Who are the "strong in faith" (15:1)? Who are the "weak in faith" (14:1)? What "day" is meant in chapter 14:5? What kind of dietary restrictions are in the background of 14:2? What is the solution that Paul suggests? The analysis has led to the following conclusions: Paul is trying to resolve a particular dispute between two groups of believers in Rome. The "weak" probably had a problem with the "strong" eating the meat and drinking the wine defiled with idolatry (14:21) and not keeping fasting days, or certain Jewish feast days (14:3). So, the "weak" may be identified as the Jewish Christians and the "strong" with the Christians of gentile origins. Paul tries to move both groups away from judging each other (14:3) to respect the opinion of the other group (14:4) and leads them above all to mutually build loving relationships to each other (14:19). Key words: weak in faith, strong in faith, day, food, dietetary restriction, Lord, Christ, Kingdom of heaven
The Narrowness of the Jewish World in the <> Encyclical of James in the Context of Political and Religious Conflicts of the Second Temple Period
Tarasenko, Olexandr ; Lášek, Jan Blahoslav (advisor) ; Pokorný, Petr (referee) ; Ábel, František (referee)
This dissertation explores the value system held by the author of the Epistle of James. Most likely, this interesting Epistle of a former Galilean peasant is a collection of his sermons or discourses gathered and edited by one of his followers. The Epistle does not relate to any specific problems of concrete communities or persons and, therefore, it may be viewed as an encyclical letter. The author's main tone is: «you must act in this way and only this way». Therefore this document is a type of «halakhah», a literary form used by the sages of Israel before the Common Era. «Halakhah», as well as the Greek literary form paraenesis, does not imply any discussion of the material, but rather calls the readers to submission. The author of this «halakhic» encyclical shifts the attention of his readers from their realities to his idealistic world. He omits many aspects of Second-Temple-Period Jewish life, focusing his attention instead on the rules of spiritual life common for both Judeans and Christians. This focus explains why the Epistle has only two brief and indirect references to Jesus Christ, who as the hero surprisingly does not play a distinctive role. for several reasons the Messiah is replaced by famous characters from the Tanakh (i. e., Abraham, Rahab, Job, and Elijah) as being the best examples for...

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