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Using of activating teaching methods in the teaching subject of Health Education
Malinová, Kamila ; Marádová, Eva (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee)
TITLE: The using of activating teaching methods in the teaching subject of Health Education AUTHOR: Bc. Kamila Malinová, DiS. DEPARTMENT: Pedagogy Department SUPERVISOR: PaedDr. Eva Marádová, CSc. ABSTRACT: The diploma thesis deals with the use of activating teaching methods in health education lessons. In its theoretical part, the thesis defines the concept of the teaching method, draws attention to the function of teaching methods in class, and presents a classification of methods of individual authors while providing a deeper insight into the activating methods that are first introduced in the historical context and then attention is paid to their benefits as well as drawbacks, the positive contribution of these methods in the educational process and, last but not least, the activating teaching methods are compared with the traditional methods. Individual activating teaching methods are then examined in more detail. The conclusion of the theoretical part is dedicated to the integration of health education into the Framework Educational Programme for primary and lower secondary schools. The aim of the practical part is to identify what the limiting as well as the motivating factors are for teachers in using the activating teaching methods during health education classes with second grade pupils of Prague...
Health Education Benefits of Yoga Exercises at Elementary School Program
In my thesis I focused on the influence of regular yoga exercise on the improvement of concentration and physical abilities of pupils in the second and fourth grade in elementary schools using a 12-week intervention program. The aim of this bachelor work was to determine whether regular yoga exercise in primary schools has a positive effect on the development and quality of attention and motor skills of children in primary schools. Furthermore, this work aimed to provide teachers in primary schools with a comprehensive set of yoga exercises appropriate for the age group, which will be regularly applied in the classroom throughout the class. 34 pupils took part in this research survey. In both groups, the intervention yoga program was applied during the months of November 2011 to February 2012. Both groups underwent testing of motor skills and technique of incomplete sentences prior to and after the end of the intervention program, the group S2 (fourth grade students) was additionally tested with d2 attention test. A book Dawn that is being prepared by the author Pavel Klimes was selected for the intervention program. To test hypotheses a mathematical method of T-test statistics was used. The observed data showed a positive effect of the intervention program on the improvement of concentration, aspirations and motor skills in both tested groups. Therefore, we can believe that regular yoga exercise that is included in daily school classes leads to improvement of attention and motor skills of pupils and therefore I recommend a regular use of the Dawn in primary schools.

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