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Influence of using methods and organizational forms on attractiveness of biology lessons for pupils
Kolesárová, Veronika ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Blažová, Kateřina (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to find out which teaching / learning methods and forms teachers use in their biology lessons and its impact on attractiveness of biology for pupils. The adjoing aims are to find out which factors influence teacher's choice of teaching / learning methods and forms, which teaching / learning methods and forms are unused and the causes of their non-use. Another adjoing aim is to determinate if there is a difference in biology lessons between lower grammar schools and primary schools. Furhermore, the adjoing aims are to compare not only the attractiveness of biology but also the popularity of teaching methods and forms by pupils of lower grammar schools and primary schools. The thesis first contains the theoretical part. The research part contains the metodology of data collection and the metodology of evaluation of these data. Furthermore this thesis contains the results of the research. The results show that monology and autodidactic teaching methods and forms predominate in biology lessons. Teachers are limited by various obstacles such as lack of time, materiál equipment of the school, the approach of colleagues and school management, different approach of pupils, approach of the teacher. For primary school pupils biology is more popular than for lower grammar...
Didactic Games in Biology
Sedláčková, Ludmila ; Dvořáková, Radka (advisor) ; Rajsiglová, Ina (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of educational games. The thesis reviews literature focused on division and characteristic activation methods. The partial part is devoted to the comparison of activation methods and traditional education. The other part of the thesis pursues the educational games, their history, categorization and preferences for education, preparation, and effectiveness of games. The thesis presents examples of games for teaching biology and its possibilities of utilization.
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.
Analysis of school education programmes of natural science for lower secondary education
Roreitnerová, Daniela ; Janštová, Vanda (advisor) ; Rajsiglová, Ina (referee)
8 Abstract About fifteen years ago, the Czech education system underwent a curricular reform. Thanks to that, schools have gained more freedom, but also responsibility how education will look in their case. The implementation of the reform was accompanied by various expectations but also by misunderstandings and problems. A revision of Framework Education Programme (FEP) is now planned. At the moment, however, it is not yet clear what will be the subject or the goals of this revision. This work aims to examine the current situation in the field of natural science and to subject selected school educational programs (SEP) to quantitative analysis. SEPs are understood here as one of the possible indicators of how some ideas from the Framework Educational Programs for Lower Education were conceived and developed by teachers. The thesis focuses mainly on areas that have been newly accentuated by the curricular reform. These are topics of key competences, interconnection of subjects (either within cross-curricular topics or interdisciplinary links through selected curriculum) and last but not least the topic of methods and forms of teaching and work with the content itself. All online SEPs of Prague lower secondary schools (plus ten unpublished on the school websites) were analyzed, taking into account only the...
Conception of cross-curricular subjets in natur science subjects at secondary school.
Václavíková, Lenka ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Simonianová, Lenka (referee)
The task of contemporary education is not only to equip pupils with skills and knowledge, but to give them postures and values as well. That is one of the goals of the so-called cross-curricular subjects, which were brought by the education reformation accomplished several years ago. This area is as new for many teachers as it is for pupils and that is the reason why this master thesis was created. It provides basic information about cross-curricular subjects and supplies options for their practical implementation in the education. The theoretical section aims at the characterization of Czech and foreign cross-curricular subjects and their mutual comparison. The research section, among others, contains practical suggestions interconnecting the cross-curricular subjects with natural sciences education, and some of them have been verified in practice. Questionnaire survey follows, finding out the position of high school students towards the cross-curricular subjects and towards key-competence developing activities. Students also expressed their opinion on the practical suggestions application during education in this survey. In conclusion of the study, the observed results were evaluated and compared with the literature and author's opinions.
Pupils with special educational needs in primary and secondary schools: access schools and teachers to handicapped students.
Hamtilová, Martina ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Havlová, Michaela (referee)
The thesis deals with access schools and teachers to handicapped students. Theoretical part follows problems of pupils with special educational needs and its legislation, the concept of handicap and disability forms. I characterize from the forms of disability specific learning disorders, brain dysfunction and behavior disorders, cerebral palsy, autism and Asperger syndrome. The last chapter of this part focuses on the conditions, legislation, documents and statistical data in the field of disabled pupils integration. For the practical part I have set several goals: regarding the run of the lesson, teacher access and work of pupils with special educational needs; realize education with handicapped students to obtain my own experience; conduct interviews with teachers, with teacher's assistant, possibly with a special needs teacher in order to obtain an opinion of teaching staff to integrateion and obtain advice for access to pupils with special educational needs; through questionnaires for schools to determine the conditions for integration of handicapped pupils, and finally summarize the recommendations and create a handbook for teachers beginning to work with pupils with special educational needs.
Use of natural science museums and collections for educational purposes
Jandová, Jana ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Drda Morávková, Alena (referee)
Nowadays there is a considerable tendency towards encouraging students to seek for information and deepen their knowledge themselves rather than classical frontal educational methods. Thanks to this trend teachers tend to use i.e. museum collections for educational purposes in order to present life in the past as well as at present to students in a more enjoyable way. Everything that students learn by their own experience is sure to be remembered more vividly. The aim of my Master Thesis is to propose excursions to four selected museums. Worksheets are to be provided for each excursion and shall be tested in practice as well. The conclusion of the Master Thesis is that museums strive to attract schools with various educational programs, lectures and excursions. Nevertheless, they concentrate mainly on social sciences. Educational programs, intended solely for natural sciences or biology, are very rare. However, biology teachers may - to a considerable extent - use wide variety of expositions and collections of museums. Key words: excursion, educational program, worksheet, museum, children's museums
Zoology of chordates by vision of activating teaching methods.
Janda, Štěpán ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Mourek, Jan (referee)
Diploma thesis is about the incorporation of activation methods into the classwork of biology. It takes zoom in zoology of chordate for pupils at basic school. The main part of research is a chapter with exercises made by the author. They are focused on active adoption of curriculum. They were used in lessons of biology. The process of their solving was watched and noted. Information from the research is analysed in the chapter focused on discussion. Accent is put on description and solving problems, which were noted during the verification. The reader should have got right possibilities, which he could use in the educational process to interest pupils to active learning.
Awareness of contagious disease in mind of pupils at basic and secondary schools.
Peštová, Ilona ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Fraiberk, Martin (referee)
Infectious diseases are a very hot topic nowadays in society. In recent years, there were several epidemics, infectious diseases (hepatitis A, Avian influenza, pandemic influenza A) and nobody knows when will the next "new" infection. At the outbreak of epidemics, there is great interest in the company to obtain information about the disease, but often also to unnecessary panic, because the media often publish incorrect information. It would be preferable, in order to improve public awareness and prevent the unnecessary spread of disease. Great emphasis should be given to prevent the disease - primarily on immunization, hygiene rules and principles of safe sex. Quality information should be mainly from teachers in teaching their pupils, as is clear from research books, infectious diseases are only mentioned in textbooks and the number of substantive information in them is missing. The fact that pupils of primary schools and grammar schools with basic information on infectious diseases do not meet in the classroom, evidenced by the results of a survey carried out in the 6th classes and first year at selected elementary schools and grammar schools in Prague. To raise awareness of the pupils in school was to create a methodical manual for teachers, which summarizes information about bacterial and...
Teaching in groups used in topics of human biology.
Grzybková, Helena ; Rajsiglová, Ina (advisor) ; Janštová, Vanda (referee)
Teaching in groups is the organizational form of teaching. Students are divided into several groups and they cooperate to solve certain task. Mutual help and involvement of passive and diffident student is a big advantage. This form of teaching has disadvantages and several problems too. Teacher should arrange and prepare everything carefully. Teacher's role is different in this type of teaching. When teacher is planning, he should realize what he wants to achieve, how large groups will be appropriate, how to divide students into groups etc. Classical arrangement of class for frontal teaching is inappropriate for teaching in groups. In this form of teaching students should see each other. All groups can do the same work or each group can do a different work. Student assessment is a problem in this way of teaching too. Some teachers can not cope with this. Teaching in groups may not be always cooperative. Key words: activating form of teaching, teaching in groups, cooperative teaching, teaching in pair, heterogeneous group, homogeneous group, role in the group, cooperative skills

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