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Comparison of methods and techniques of drama education and reading strategies when working with fables
Legátová, Tereza ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
The thesis deals with the topic of comparison of methods and techniques of drama education and reading strategies when working with fairy tale text. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part is based on professional sources and literature. It focuses on the characteristics of drama education, reading strategies and the literary genre of fable. It aims to explain important concepts related to drama education and literacy and the use of the literary genre of fable in drama and literature education. The practical part deals with research to determine the effectiveness of the methods used to work with the text by creating and implementing ten lessons that include methods and techniques of dramatic education and reading strategies when working with the text of fairy tales. It investigates which method used results in improved student comprehension of the fairy tale text, as well as the effectiveness of the two methods of working with the text and observations of students' comprehension of the fairy tale text during the research. KEYWORDS Drama education, methods and techniques of drama education, reading strategies, fable, action research
Drama as the Prevention against Bullying at the first grade of the primary school
Kubálková, Sára ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with methods and techniques of drama education, which we can use to prevent bullying at the first grade of the primary school. The theoretical part defines the concept of bullying and the definition of this concept. It also describes the forms, types and characteristic features of bullying. The theoretical part also focuses on the actors of bullying, describes the causes, development, subsequent manifestations of bullying as well as its consequences. In the theoretical part, we also deal with the area of bullying prevention at the 1st grade of elementary school. In the second half of the theoretical part, drama education at the first level of elementary school is defined, its goals and key competences that it develops at the first level. Here, the work focuses on the methods and techniques of dramatic education, which can be used to prevent bullying. The practical part contains a prepared drama lesson using the methods and techniques of drama education for pupils of the 5th year of the first stage of primary school, which is focused on the prevention of bullying in primary school. Part of the practical part is also a sociometric questionnaire, which is intended for pupils who will take the lesson, and which they will fill out before taking the drama lesson. Social relations...
How to bring preschoolers closer to differences in families through drama education
Sadílková, Kristýna ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
In my bachelor thesis I focus on how to bring preschool children closer to the differences in families through drama education. The bachelor thesis is divided into theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part includes the characteristics of preschool age, specifically psychological development, social and emotional development and perceptual development. Furthermore, the characteristics of families according to several authors, basic functions and types of families according to aspects. A separate chapter is then devoted to foster family care and its forms. This is followed by a description of drama education, the aims of drama education, methods and techniques of drama education, the appropriate methods and techniques chosen for children in kindergarten and the personality of the drama teacher in kindergarten. The practical part focuses on action research in the form of five different drama education lessons on the topic of family and their differences, preceded by an interview with children on the topic and also concluding. With the help of which I find out what the children know about the topic of family and the differences in families. Another aim is to find out how the differences in families can be brought closer to children through the methods and techniques of drama education. By...
Children's literature as a source of inspiration for drama education at the first and second year of primary school
Ludvíková, Veronika ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
The theoretical part defines the concepts of dramatic and literary education and describes the possibilities of using children's literature in dramatic education. The thesis focus on suitable topics, which we can integrate into national curriculum. It also provides suggestions for lesson preparation in dramatic education based on children's literature. The practical part explores teachers'experiences in searching, acquiring, and processing suitable children's literature for creating dramatic education lessons. Based on the books with which the respondents have experience, a list of children's literature has been created to facilitate teachers in selecting books for creating dramatic education lessons. The entire thesis is focused on children in the 1st and 2nd grades of elementary schools. KEYWORDS Children's literature, drama education, list of children's literature, criterion, topic
Usage of Petr Horáček's books in dramatical education at work with children in preschool age
Podskalníková, Sára ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the possibilities of using Petr Horáček's books in drama education with preschool children. The theoretical part characterizes the development of the preschool child. At the same time, it defines dramatic education, its specifics in kindergarten, the goals and the personality of the teacher. Then the methods and techniques of dramatic education, its connection with literature, criteria for the selection of literature and appropriate literary genres for preschool age. The last chapter is devoted to Petr Horáček and his books, on which the drama lessons in the practical part are based on. The practical part consists of ten lessons on chosen books, which are: Silly Suzy Goose, The Mouse who ate the moon, A Best Friend for Bear, Blue penguin, The Best Place in the World, The Perfect Present, The Greedy goat, The Mouse who wasn't scared, Puffin Peter and Elephant. The lessons are implemented in one heterogeneous group of children in preschool age. These lessons explore how can books be used practically in dramatical education. After the implementation of all lectures, reflection and dialogue with children is conducted, looking for understanding of recent lesson which is evaluated afterwards. KEYWORD kindergarden, dramatic education, Petr Horáček, preschool child, methods...
Recitation in education at the first grade of primary school
Pourová, Markéta ; Hanyš Holemá, Irena (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
In my diploma thesis I focus on children's recitation in education at the first grade of primary school. The theoretical part describes the basic elements of recitation, age specifics, which related to recitation. It justifies why it is useful to include recitation in education depending on the outcomes of the Framework Educational Programme for Primary Education in Czech Republic. It focuses on the interpretative and construction means of the recitation form and shows the basic methods of work by which they can be developed in teaching. Finally, it also describes the role of the teacher in this creative process and the method of assessment suitable for recitation. The practical part is divided into three parts and is firstly devoted to research in the form of a questionnaire survey on the state of recitation in primary school teaching. The second part includes semi-structured interviews with first grade teachers mapping in more detail their approach, ways of working and motivation of the children. The final part includes two sample lessons on how recitation can be worked on in the primary school curriculum.
Drama education in kindergartens in Prague
Burianová, Tereza ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
In this bachelor's thesis, I focus on drama education in kindergarten. I conduct quantitative research using research methods, questionnaires and interviews with kindergarten teachers. Using these methods, I investigate which part of Prague uses dramatic education in education the most, which types of activities are the most popular, and which types of dramatic activities are still being introduced to children in kindergartes in Prague. The theoretical part of the bachelor thesis contains basic information about drama education and its history. Methods and techniques that are used in kindergarten and the importance of the teacher who performs dramatic activities with them. In it, you will also find out where you can supplement your education in the field of drama education, if you do not already have it. In the practical part, I focus on general research methods, but also on two specific ones. To the questionnaires that I sent to the kindergartes in Prague and to the interviews conducted with the pedagogues in the kindergartens. I further evaluate all this and discuss the progress ad result. I compare my idea and the predicted result with the final result. Finally, I explore what else I came up with thanks to these questions and methods.
Possibilities of connecting exercise and dance education using drama education
Šulcová, Helena ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
The bachelor's thesis describes the possibilities of linking movement and dance education using drama education. This connection should better comprehensively develop and shape the child's personality. The goal is to find out whether it is possible to connect these aesthetic educations with dramatic education and thus get the most out of the individual educations as much as possible for the comprehensive development of the child. In the theoretical part, my work deals with preschool children, their development and children's play. Children's play is the most natural way to knowledge and education for a child's development. In other chapters, I will describe aesthetic education, which is an integral part of the life of the teacher as well as of the child. It is important to take the work of a teacher seriously and leave nothing to chance. Therefore, in my work, I examine how advantageous this connection is, whether it is functional and, among other things, how it could make their work easier for teachers and better connect the individual areas that we already know from the framework educational program and aesthetic education. In the practical part, I focus on applying the lesson I created, which I apply to several selected kindergartens. The lesson that I created is created in such a way that both...
Using of methods and techniques of drama education in class lessons
Piklová, Iva ; Sobková, Ivana (advisor) ; Hanyš Holemá, Irena (referee)
This work explores the potential use of drama education for preventing and addressing problem situations in schools. Class lessons play a crucial role in fostering a positive classroom environment, and drama education can be an effective tool for personal and social development in this context. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of drama education as a means of preventing and addressing problem situations in the classroom. To achieve this, six drama-based lessons were prepared, focusing on fostering positive relationships, developing communication skills, preventing bullying, and promoting respect for individuals from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds. These lessons were implemented in a selected class, and their effectiveness was assessed through a questionnaire survey and visits by the school psychologist. Based on the progress of the lessons and the feedback from the students through the questionnaire survey, it was evident that the students responded positively to this type of classroom instruction, finding it effective in addressing important topics. The questionnaires were processed in the form of open-ended questions, closed questions with multiple-choice options, as well as dichotomous and scaled questions. The students were convinced that important topics can be...

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