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Project - Secondary School Sports League
Novotný, Dominik ; Antoš, Petr (referee) ; Kysel, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on creating a concept of sports league for high schools in the Czech Republic and on its practical use. The purpose of the thesis is to show all the important information for creating sport league at the secondary schools. It analyzes the current situation and suggests a particular solution.
Monitoring of Attendence at Physical Activities and Sport among Selected Group of Inhabitans
Voženílková, Ela ; Nováková, Svatava (referee) ; Blahutková, Marie (advisor)
This work is about monitoring lifestyle of young people in Jeseník district. The first part is focused on school sports and free time activities options in Jeseník. My work is followed by questionnaire about interest for sport class. This is targeted to students of Gymnazium Jesenik. In last part is results whether it makes sense to create sport class on Gymnazium Jesenik.
A Project to Extend the offer of Sports and Recreational Movement Activities for Children Aged 10-12 Years in Břeclav
Štofka, Filip ; Lepková, Hana (referee) ; Drnek, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the analysis of sport opportunities in the region of Břeclavsko and its subsequent optimization. The thesis is divided into several parts. The first part includes theoretical solutions relating to the given issue. Topics pertaining to sport, youth and economics are dissectied here. The second part focuses on the research of the sport market in Břeclavsko carried out in sport clubs and schools. Furthermore, I evaluate surveys concerning fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders attending Břeclav elementary schools, which are filled in by their parents. Based on the data obtained from the analysis and the evaluated surveys, I propose an extension of sports activities which comes in the form of Břeclav inter-school football league.
The issues of juvenile criminal justice
Jedlička, Martin ; Hořák, Jaromír (advisor) ; Beranová, Andrea (referee)
The submitted thesis deals with problems of juvenile justice. The emphasis is put on the Czech legislation, represented primarily by the special Act No. 218/2003 Coll., on the liability of youth and juvenile justice and on the amendment of some laws (Act on Juvenile Justice), which contains a substantive law part and a procedural law part. I chose this division for the thesis as well. The aim of the thesis is to identify, to review and to carry out an analysis of the Czech legislation and to point out its contention parts. The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part deals mainly with the historical development of juvenile justice in our territory in the last 100 years and general aspects of the Act on Juvenile Justice. A separate chapter of the first part is about the concept of restorative justice, its use in the Czech legislation, but also in documents, directives and resolutions at the European level and United Nation level. The second part is focused on selected aspects of substantive law regulation, such as minimum age of criminal responsibility, mental and moral maturity, moral development of children, measures imposed on youth and relationships between these measures. In the last part I deal with selected aspects of procedural law, including the role of the Probation and Mediation...
A form of volunteering in a traditional interest organisation: The Czech Tourist Club
Rechtbergerová, Karolína ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (advisor) ; Frič, Pavol (referee)
The master's thesis focuses on the nature of volunteering in a traditional interest organization, specifically the Czech Tourist Club. The aim is to identify the specifics of volunteering in this organization, including whether the examined organization faces issues typical for traditional organizations and their impacts. The research also explores how the Czech Tourist Club addresses the identified problems. Data for the study are sourced from interviews with organization employees and volunteers, a questionnaire survey conducted within the Czech Tourist Club, and documents of the organization. The research yields significant insights into volunteering within a traditional interest organization. The findings confirm challenges faced by traditional organizations related to aging of their members and declining membership. Moreover, the results offer new perspectives on volunteering in this type of organization and volunteering in general. Changing life values and attitudes among individuals result in volunteers having different priorities and expectations, emphasizing the need for organizations to adapt and align with societal changes. Keywords: Volunteering, traditional interest organization, membership base, aging members, youth, civil society
Assessment of general motor coordination, sprint speed and dribbling with the ball in young football players
Andrle, Štěpán ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: Assessment of general motor coordination, sprint speed and dribbling with the ball in young football players. Purpose: Find out the relationship between measured parameters from the motor coordination tests (area of general motor ability), the timed slalom ball control test (area of football skills) and the sprint test with a change of direction (area of conditioning abilities) for the young football players (U6 - U11). Find out the possible differences between the age categories of pre-preparation (U6-U7), younger preparation (U8-U9) and older preparation (U10-U11). Find out possible differences between players with different levels of motor coordination in the slalom test with a ball and in the speed test with a change of direction. Methods: We used the method of observation and measurement for data collection. We used a form of field testing for the observations. The research group consisted of 90 football players in the preparation categories (U6, U7, U8, U9, U10 a U11) in the football club SK Slavia Prague. The Körperkoordinationtest für Kinder (KTK) test battery was used to determine the level of motor coordination. This test battery contains 4 tests from which the motor quotient can be calculated. Agility test was used to determine the fitness ability of the players movement speed...
Delikventní chování u žáků středních odborných škol
Dočekalová, Kristýna
The topic of my bachelor thesis is „Delinquent behavior of secondary vocational school students". The goal is to familiarize everyone with the problematic of delinquent behavior between teenagers, describe the most common causes which are the main reason of delinquent behavior of adults. Also to describe consequences of mentioned acts and point out the importance of prevention. My bachelor thesis is split between theoretic part and practical part. The theoretic part is focused to concept delinquention, to factors which are increasing the probability of delinquent behavior, to most common types of delicts. We can find there also the topic about adults who are acting in criminal proceedings like victims of crime. In the end in the theoretic part we will focus on the prevention of delinquent behavior of teenagers. In the practical part is describe the methodology of research, results of quantitative research and their description, discussion and comparing results with the main research question and partial goals. The goal of this work was find out which type of delinquent behavior we can find at high school at the most and what is the rate of prevention against delinquent behavior in high schools. The data were subsequently processed into graphs and were described and explained.
Leisure time and outdoor activities among students of grammar school in Prague 3.
Brožová, Monika ; Psohlavec, Lukáš (advisor) ; Bačáková, Radka (referee)
Title: Leisure time and outdoor activities among students of grammar school in Prague 3. Objectives: The aim of the diploma thesis was to find out what activities students include in their free time and whether they also engage in outdoor activities. Methods: The research sample consisted of 84 high school students aged 17-19 from a six- year grammar school in Prague. In order to obtain the necessary information, a questionnaire was compiled, which was intended for fifth and sixth grade students. The questionnaire consisted of 17 questions and I sent it out via electronic communication. The obtained data were analyzed using basic statistical methods and subsequently interpreted through graphs. Results: I found, that students most often spend their free time meeting friends (96 %), followed by a walk or a trip (93 %), then use their free time for social networking (89 %) or sports (86 %). 50 % spend most time hiking in nature. This is followed by activities such as running (15 %), cycling (14 %) or camping (10 %). Organised forms of leisure time activities are used by (45%).(82%) of students are satisfied with their leisure time and its content, (45 %) do not feel any limitation in the way they choose activities for their leisure time. Conclusion: Students mostly meet friends during their free time....
Selected parameters of fitness assesment of elite young soccer players
Bláža, Lukáš ; Zahálka, František (advisor) ; Buzek, Mario (referee)
Title: Selected parameters of fitness assesment of elite young soccer players Objectives: This work identifies selected parameters of the fitness readiness of young elite soccer players. Additionally, we describe terrain motor tests focusing on the metrics of speed, dexterity, and agility, amongst others. Finally, we describe the results of the tests and analyze the speed capabilities and individual indicators by using the motor terrain tests. Methods: Subjects were studied using field testing specific to soccer. Participants were elite soccer players under 16 years old who were in the national selection. The subjects attended a measurement at national level with artificial grass, the standard playing conditions. We investigated the speed capabilities of each player, followed by a statistical evaluation of the results using computer programs. Results: The individuals tested showed very good condition parameters, forming a homogeneous assemblage. An analysis of the players' motor test performances determined their speed abilities. It was found that at single speeds in various sections of a run, which the players achieve during a twenty meter run, the curve of acceleration rises and plateaus as they start to maintain their speed. Keywords: football, youth, tests, speed, agility

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