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Comparison of the relationship of Czech and Finnish pupils to biology and its teaching
Poneszová, Viktorie ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Novotný, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis concentrates on comparing the relationship of examined Czech and Finnish pupils to biology and its teaching. The study was written with a focus on the ninth graders (n = 373) of primary schools of Prague and Oulu. The aim of this work was to compare the relationship of Czech and Finnish pupils to biology and its teaching, respectively to find out how Czech and Finnish pupils approach biology, what contributed to pupils' interest in biology and which teaching activities contribute to more enjoyable biology lessons. The research tool was a questionnaire. The data were statistically evaluated and discussed in the context of Czech literature and English literature from Finland. The results show that Finnish pupils have more positive attitude to biology than Czech pupils. The most favourite biology topic of Czech and Finnish pupils is human body. Time spent in nature contributes the most to pupils' interest in biology. Czech pupils would appreciate more excursions in biology lessons. Finnish pupils would like teachers to teach topics that pupils suggested.
The effect of parental age on the offspring's life
Poneszová, Viktorie ; Kuba, Radim (advisor) ; Kaňková, Šárka (referee)
This bachelor thesis concentrates on parenthood at a suboptimal age and the impact it may have on the life of the offspring. The study was written with a focus on the Europoid ethnicity. Nowadays there has been a significant increase in the age of parents at the birth of the first child, but early motherhood and fatherhood are both numerous too. Parenting at a non-optimal age can significantly affect the child's life, for example, its health or cognitive functions. At first, the literature of relevant topics was gathered, studied in detail, and the results of individual studies were summed up in the form of objective literary research. This study summarize the positives and negatives associated with the non- optimal age for establishing a family and the effect of parental age on the offspring. This research will be appreciated mainly by those who are interested in the subject for personal or study reasons, it can also form the theoretical basis for following research. Finally, this study expands awareness of how strong is the influence of parental age on the offspring, even with a brief reflection on the ideal age of family establishing.

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