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Social skills development in children with autism spectrum disorders in preschool age
NOVÁ, Andrea
This bachelor thesis focuses on the development of social skills in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in preschool age. The aim of the study is first to determine the level of social skills in a selected child with ASD in preschool age. On this basis, the actual creation of a tool, designed to develop the selected problematic social skill, and its piloting follows. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, the reader is introduced to the basic terminology and characteristics of ASD concepts. The so-called autistic triad is introduced, i.e. the manifestations and problem areas of ASD. In this part we also find an explanation of the term social skills, an introduction to the problems of developing these skills in children with ASD and the possibilities of their development. The theoretical part also presents the principles of structured learning and the current range of didactic aids for pupils with ASD. The aim of the practical part is first of all to find out the problematic social skills of a selected child with ASD of preschool age on the basis of observation, data analysis, interviews with the child's parents and teachers in a special kindergarten. And last but not least, using the CARS2-ST screening method. Once identified, a didactic tool will be created to develop the selected problematic social skill. The application of this work will be especially among educators working with children with ASD. The work will be helpful in the creation of didactic aids for the development of social skills.

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