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Psychological analysis and comparsion of classical and modern fairy tales
Šinkner, Filip ; Šírová, Eva (advisor) ; Štětovská, Iva (referee)
This thesis deals with the psychological analysis of modern and classic fairy tales and their role in children's mental development, especially in children of preschool age. In the literature-survey section it is focused on the definition of the concepts of modern and classic fairy tales and on the presentation of the theories of the analysts who have studied this topic, such as e. g. Bruno Bettelheim and Marie-Louise von Franz. Furthermore, this work provides a brief overview of areas which are important for preschool children and offers several perspectives on why fairy tales are important at this stage for the optimal development of the child, and which conflicts they can help them solve. The research proposal covers the benefits and practical use of modern and classic fairy tales in educating and working with preschool children. The opinions of three samples of experts on this group - parents, educators working in nursery schools and educational psychologists - are explored using semi-structured interviews.
Possibilities of using multimédia elements in teaching pre-school education
Bušek, Kamil ; Wolák, Radim (advisor) ; Šťastná, Lucie (referee)
The thesis discusses the current phenomenon of ICT penetration in kindergarten. The author at first take into account the broader context of the issue of changing the role of educator role in postmodern society. After that discusses the process and organizational incorporation of selected courses aimed at training teachers in kindergartens in the area of ICT. The first chapter concludes with a broader, related to the use of ICT focused, analysis of intergenerational differences that determine the further development of educational policy and requirements for the education of children. The second chapter focuses on the issue of school readiness of a child, in particular a close look at the psychological profile of the individual according to his age and development of cognitive function in preoperative stage. It is therefore a basis with which to be reckoned with in the revision of existing knowledge and increased demands on the educational component of pre-school preparation. It is also pointed to specific foreign studies that deal with the question of the effectiveness of the involvement of ICT in teaching preschool children. There is also a look back at criticism of current threats called as digital degeneration. In the third chapter are answered three hypotheses and also concluded whether a...
The Child in the Adult's World
This bachelor thesis adresses the interpretation and comparison of three narrative texts of Anglophone literature, namely The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, Black Swan Green by David Mitchell and The Road by Cormac McCarthy, whilst focusing on child protagonist, his feelings and sentiments. This thesis aims to characterize alterations and reactions of a child which are caused by confrontations with his surroundings and the adult world and which he reflects through a child's eye. This characterization is subsequently confronted with the views of contemporary developmental psychology.

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