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Personal and social development of pupil in music education at primary school
Wernerová, Kateřina ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šimanovský, Zdeněk (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the topic of personal and social development of pupils in the music education process at the 1st level of basic education. It brings forward selected music therapy techniques, which represent one of the means of personal and social education. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the concept of personal and social education with a brief history of the issue. It represents the position of personal and social education in curricular documents. The practical part of the work presents regular teaching of music lessons at the Dolní Břežany Elementary school. The research part also includes activities with emotional cards. The diploma thesis offers a possible connection of communication cards with listening to selected songs, in order to briefly diagnose the research sample. The chosen music therapy techniques are applied to the pupils of the 1st grade, which represents a significant milestone in the transition from kindergarten to primary school. KEYWORDS: Personal and social education, motivation, music therapy, climate of class, reflection, self- reflection, cooperation
Use of musical fairy tale in the musical development of a preschool child.
Nosková, Terezie ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Jiřičková, Jiřina (referee)
Title of thesis: Use of musical fairy tale in the musical development of a preschool child The bachelor's thesis focuses on the phenomenon of musical fairy tales and possibilities of its application in the musically creative process. It represents a musical fairy tale as a mean to develop musical, physical, singing, instrumental and art creative activities. The work focuses on preschool children. It briefly characterizes their development in terms of the development of musical abilities. It presents a fairy tale as a way to creative activities. The theoretical part focuses on the musical fairy tale, its functions, comparison with folk tales and historical excursion. Moreover, it explains the developmental psychology of a child aged 5-6 years and the specifics for a given age, especially in terms of musical development. It also points to the educational aspect of the fairy tale and competence, which can be developed in the child through this musically dramatic genre. The practical part reveals the project of a musical fairy tale, which was carried out in the Kindergarten Telč. The goal of the work is to demonstrate variety of activities and through the music areas to fulfill goals of all five educational areas of the Framework Education Programme for Preschool Education (FEP PE). KEY WORDS Musical...
Folk culture in Chodsko and options of use in the primary school enviroment
Turková, Nikola ; Veverková, Jana (advisor) ; Selčanová, Zuzana (referee)
The thesis focuses on folk culture in Chodsko. The main focus is folk songs and collectors. It provides an insight into the differences between the Upper and Lower Chodsko region. Reader will find important historical and present personalities for regional folk culture. At the end of the thesis there is a proposal for working with Chodsko's folk culture in the primaey school environment. KEYWORDS Chodsko, folclore, folk culture, folk music, folk dance, Ludvík Kuba, folclore to school, Here we are home
The use of children's musical in the process of teaching music
Dudlová, Nikola ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Novotný, Vít (referee)
This diploma thesis introduces children's musical as a didactic tool at primary schools. This work maps the influence of creative playwright on the development of musical abilities, skills and creativities. The theoretical part of this diploma thesis defines the term "musical". It briefly describes the origin of the musical as a genre. The practical part brings possibilities of using a musical as a means of an educational process. It provides particular demonstrative situations which lead to development of the crucial competences of the students. The author of the musical is the author of this diploma thesis. She herself translates the music recording, scenario, and methodical material. The method, that has been used for the field research, is a systemic observation which is divided into ten lessons in the form of a project-based learning. This thesis deals with an issue, whether the musical enables an active engagement of the pupils in the musical educational process. The hypotheses, which have been set, are verified by the means of collective reflection from which follows students' higher motivation for musical activity. The realization of the musical positively develops students' attitudes towards music and enables them to react to current trends in the field of musical education. KEYWORDS...
Activating teaching methods in teaching process of music education
Nováková, Marie ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Jiřičková, Jiřina (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with activating teaching methods and their application into a teaching process in music education. The theoretical part deals with specific methods; e.g. comics, pantomime, reflection, visualization of listening activities, live pictures, or didactic games. The choice of selected methods depends on the particular class sample in which the methods of music education were used. Besides that, it reflects the range of the thesis itself. The practical part focuses on the implementation of activating methods in the educational process. The research was realized at the first stage of elementary education, the classes and activating methods were chosen to cover all the grades. The age of middle childhood has typical features which are essential for the development of musical skill and abilities. The range of the first stage of elementary schools is beneficial for the full implementation of the methods into music lessons. The end of the thesis brings some examples of materials showing how to work with these methods in the music education process. The working sheets are meant for students of music education and other courses as a source of inspiration helping with cross-curricular cooperation.
Musical Fairytale and its use in Music Education
Moravcová, Petra ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Váňová, Hana (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with phenomenon of musical fairytale and its aplication in Music education process. The thesis is describing a fairytale as a whole genre and shortly outlines a few perspectives from other fields on this genre. The theoretical part describes the concept of a musical fairytale, shortly describes fairytale as a lyrical and musical genre, introduces the history of fairytale and shortly describes archetypes of heroes and their impact on development of child personality. Practical parts of this thesis is focusing on working with authors fairytale, which was realized within project teaching in music classes. The goal of the thesis is to create and then rehearse author's musical fairytale, and in this way analyze its use in musical educational process. As a research sample a 3rd grade was chosen. It is therefore a group of pupils, of younger school age. The research was conducted at ZŠ and ZUŠ Jabloňová Liberec. Each school allows to work with pupils in classes with extended education of Music and regular music classes. This comparison is important source of knowledge. Thesis brings a short reflection of the teaching process, which is the source of the following development teachers as well as students. Final result is methodical knowledge, which brings inspiration to future or...
Music education in composite classes at Elementary School and Kindergarten Dvory
Červinková, Pavlína ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Hurníková, Kateřina (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The diploma thesis "Teaching Music in Composite Classes at Elementary School and Kindergarten Dvory" is divided into two parts: a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part involves a general description of mixed-grade education, schools with composite classes and educational goals and tasks applied in teaching Music at the first level of a primary school with composite classes. The practical part deals with the characterization and history of Elementary School and Kindergarten Dvory, as well as the inclusion of Music as a school subject in the school's educational program. Furthermore, musical activities appearing in the school's tuition are described, together with specific ideas for teaching Music at a school with composite classes. The thesis is also accompanied by a questionnaire survey concerning teaching Music, conducted at nearby schools with composite classes. KEYWORDS primary school, music activities, musical education, primary school with composite classes, lesson
Practical use of CLIL in Music lessons at lower secondary school
Šmídová, Květa ; Dvořáková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Selčanová, Zuzana (referee)
Diploma thesis aims at introducing and application of CLIL, a method that is currently considered a suitable tool for improving quality of education. The method is, in this case, based on the integration of English language into Music teaching. A theoretical part is focused on the characteristics of the method, its history, didactic aspects, aims, required competences of a teacher and the principles of planning and realization of the method. The conclusion of the theoretical part is devoted to specific possibilities of application of the method in various areas of the subject of music education. A practical part constitutes of a creation of several worksheets that can be used in real music lessons at lower secondary school. The worksheets are accompanied by a methodological commentary in which the whole lesson is proposed. KEYWORDS Content and Language Integrated Learning, Music, innovative method, implementation, didactic aspect
Cooperative Activities in Music Education in the Primary School
Kružíková, Dominika ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Prchal, Jan (referee)
Annotation: The diploma thesis focuses on cooperative activities connected with methods of critical thinking in the teaching of music education. I follow up on my annual paper dealing with cooperative games in primary school education. In my previous teaching practice, I focused on group teaching. It is the co-operative activities that offer a synergy of a particular group of pupils, thus not only helping to achieve learning objectives, but also strengthening the positive relationships among pupils within the group. The cooperation offers scope for the development of critical thinking among pupils. In conjunction with other alternative forms of learning, it develops the pupil's musical abilities more effectively (unlike normal frontal education). I started to devote myself to this topic mainly because I did not meet with a similarly invigorating approach in my previous practice in schools. It was a strong motivation for me to explore this issue and try it practically. I would like to give my teacher colleagues new insights into the concept of music education. The work explains the basic concepts of cooperative teaching. It brings the methods and forms of teaching that are appropriate for the development of the necessary key competencies. My goal will not be to focus on all the key competencies the pupil...

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