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Graphic manifestation of children of younger school age at risk
Járka, Štěpán ; Kucharská, Anna (advisor) ; Kučerová, Olga (referee)
This dissertation is based on specific areas of learning and disabilities that are related to gross and fine motor skills and the main focus is on the manifestations of dysgraphia. The aim is to affect the peculiarity of these disorders depending on the drawing and artistic abilities of students which requires Rey-Osterrieth's complex figure and additional tasks that are compared with this figure. Rey-Osterrieth's complex figure is a well-known and used diagnostic tool in the field of learning disabilities and it is used to compare the performance of students. The student's artistic ability, perception of perspectives, spatial composition, and work with lines are very important. The performance of each student is described in detail in this dissertation, both through quantification and through a written description. In the dissertation, there can found a case study and a comparison of students that differ from the average data.
Text comprehension in primary school students in term of oral reading and listening comprehension
Kubíková, Adéla ; Špačková, Klára (referee)
The presented rigorous thesis is based on my diploma thesis that aimed to map the levels of comprehension of the narrative text for students of the fourth grade of elementary school. The thesis deals with the comprehension of the text in terms of listening and oral reading. The rigorous thesis is traditionally divided into a theoretical and empirical part. The first part of the thesis presents the theoretical background of research issues of understanding the read and listened text with a focus on comparing these skills from the perspective of Czech and foreign studies. Attention is also focused on the text properties affecting reading comprehension, as well as the diagnostics of reading and assumptions that are reflected in the reader's understanding. The focus of this thesis is its empirical part, which compares the conclusions of its own research with the results of the three-year research project GAČR - Reading comprehension - typical development and its risk. The rigorous work responds to the conclusions of the above-mentioned research project, which came to different conclusions than international research studies. The main goal of the presented thesis is to clarify the cause of this difference. One of the considered factors is the different level of the comprehension texts. The research...
Effect of Jiu-Jitsu on children motor development from the perspective of physiotherapy. Subtitle: By using Acral coactivation therapy
Krejzlová, Markéta ; Marečková, Soňa (advisor) ; Tichá, Monika (referee)
Title: Effect of Jiu-Jitsu on children motor development from the perspective of physiotherapy By using Acral coactivation therapy Abstract: This bachelor thesis focuses on the effect of Jiu-Jitsu and Acral coactivation therapy on the motor skills of children of school age. The thesis consists of a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part gives a brief description of motor control, summarizes the research concerning motor skill development of children of school age, and provides a classification of motor skills. The theoretical part also introduces Jiu-Jitsu martial art and Acral coactivation therapy method. The practical part describes a three-month-long collaboration with ten children chosen from a Jiu-Jitsu training group. These ten children were split into two groups. One group practiced solely Jiu-Jitsu while the children from the second group practiced Jiu-Jitsu with added elements of ACT. Motor skill tests and ACT acras diagnoses were conducted at the beginning and end of a set time period. The goal of this thesis is an evaluation of the results of the Jiu-Jitsu and Acral coactivation therapy exercise conducted over a three month period. Tests have shown improvement in each motor skill classification. Jiu-Jitsu exercise has lead to an increase in strength, endurance, coordination,...
Internal motivation of football players of older product categories
Jelínek, Martin ; Harsa, Pavel (advisor) ; Peřinová, Radka (referee)
Title: Intrinsic motivation of football players in the category of young children Objectives: The main objective is to determine the level of intrinsic motivation of young children in football. Methods: In the practical part of my thesis, I chose to use a survey. Results: The results of my work show a high level of intrinsic motivation within the group of interviewed players. Players look forward to coming to the pitch and they train even after the club training ends. They also state that they want to become professional players themselves. Key words: football, older children category, motivation, inner motivation, younger school age.
Level of knowledge of first grade pupils in selected elementary schools about healthy eating habits
Indráková, Kateřina ; Váchová, Alena (advisor) ; Hanušová, Jaroslava (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the attitude of students to a healthy diet with the possibility of their own free choice. It represents possible justified risks arising from insufficiently timely information. Most mental and health threats occur in old school age. For this reason, my part is focused on the younger school age, where it is necessary to apply primary prevention against these threats. The aim of my diploma thesis is to provide information about the level of students' knowledge of healthy eating, taking into account the biological, psychological and social aspects by which they are affected. I carried out the research at the 1st stage of a Prague primary school. Quantitative questionnaire surveys, consisting of closed and open questions, were used as research methods. The results provide a comprehensive picture of students' attitudes and levels of awareness of healthy eating with regard to their own eating habits before the end of primary school and before transfer to secondary school or leaving for multi-year grammar schools. The research revealed an opportunity to influence these views at a time when they are being formed and strengthened at a younger school age by a separate school subject. This gives pupils the opportunity to increase, expand and organize the information provided by...
Monitoring of the quality of body posture and of the relation between body posture and physical fitness at young school-age children
Vojtíková, Lenka ; Dvořáková, Hana (advisor) ; Miklánková, Ludmila (referee) ; Blahutková, Marie (referee)
Title: Monitoring of the quality of body posture and of the relation between body posture and physical fitness at young school-age children Objective: The main goal of the work is to determine the quality of body posture and to find out the relation between posture and individual components of physical fitness and between posture and leisure time regime at a selected group of children of young school-age children Methods: The research group consisted of 147 children, 77 boys and 70 girls from 1st to 3rd grades aged 6.3 to 9.7 years. To evaluation of posture has been performed by the Matthias test, which has been modified tor the purpose of this thesis. This modified test was verified in a pilot study. The assessment of physical fitness was based on a UNIFITTEST 6-60 test battery, also the values of somatic features were measured. The test battery was supplemented by a test of maximum reach while sitting bended. To determine the volume of physical activities, a questionnaire was used, resp. the survey, which was completed by parents, due to the age of the children. To evaluate the date, statistical methods have been used for evaluating differences (the-test, Mann-Whitney test, Kruskal- Wallis test) and to analyse the depency of variables a Spearman's rank correlation coefficient was used. The effect...
Music-movements activities in development of musicality at primary school-aged children
Bukačová, Monika ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the development of music and musical movement activities at a younger school age. It consists of theoretical and practical part. The first parts acquaints the reader with the characteristics of younger school age and with the somatic- physiological, psychological and social characteristics of this period. It also describes the means that affect the child's musicality. This work lists the basic music-movement activities and their important aspects. The conclusion of this part is focused on expertise publications focusing on piano playing,where the authors in their works use movement elements or musical-movement activities to directly improve the influence of playing the piano. The practical part is based on theoretical knowledge. We chose a pedagogical experiment with the technique of one-group and we used piano compositions fot this purpose. The issue of qualitative research is focused on the connection of piano playing with musical- movement activities. There are objectives, research methods, the subject and its organization described in the research part. For children involved in the research there was developed a thematic program called Traveling with Little prince, which describes methodological steps supporting the expression of music content and understanding...
Age-related variables in ELT training
Koutská, Iva ; Dvořák, Bohuslav (referee)
Univerzita Karlova Pedagogická fakulta Katedra anglického jazyka a literatury RIGORÓZNÍ PRÁCE ABSTRAKT V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE Age-related variables in ELT training Příprava učitelů anglického jazyka pro různé věkové skupiny Mgr. Iva Koutská, Ph.D. Studijní program: Učitelství pro střední školy Studijní obor: Učitelství všeobecně vzdělávacích předmětů pro základní školy a střední školy - anglický jazyk 2020 Abstract ELT training has a long tradition in the Czech Republic, however one issue is still underestimated in Pre/In-service ELT training, and that is ELT training for different age groups. The ELT programmes are oriented at elementary (i.e. primary school kids and lower secondary) and secondary (i.e. upper secondary) school pupils. The typical Czech graduates are well- educated and prepared to teach English to the age-group 6-19. However, the number of English Language teachers teaching pre-primary kids or adults and older adults is increasing every day, and general adult education training and general pre-primary education training is not interconnected with ELT training courses in any way. In the theoretical part, the text shows on the current demographical situation of the Czech Republic that the percentage of the population ELT training programmes are oriented at is very small. Secondly, the text shows...
Evaluation of running technique in children of younger school age
Sklenářová, Lucie ; Kašpar, Ladislav (advisor) ; Pádivý, Martin (referee)
Title: Evaluation criteria in running techniques in younger school age Objectives: The aim of this work is to perform the evaluation criteria in running technique in younger janitor age. In selected children I observed their technique of running in individual criteria. From the obtained data we will further find out how and in what the selected children improved. We will observe and assess individual criteria that will help us to the overall technique in the run. Methods: The experimental method of observation and measurement under artificially induced conditions was used. Results: I have found that children of younger school age can be significantly improved in the running technique for two months. In this period, children have great potential to learn new movements. I think that repeated specific running exercises help to improve the technique in running. Keywords: reflection, running step, vertical and horizontal movement of center of gravity, movement of upper limbs
Evaluation scale of swimming technique of crawl for children of younger school age
Hejdová, Andrea ; Svobodová, Irena (advisor) ; Dlouhý, Martin (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The objective of the diploma thesis is to create a rating scale that would be convenient for the evaluation of the swimming crawl technique of the early age school children. The assumption of the thesis is to specify a model technique, which is corresponding with the stage of development of the children and also formulates criteria for evaluation of the swimming crawl technique. The created scale is later used within a group of children from the swimming school Žabička. The theoretical part of the thesis consists of the closer look at the characteristic of the early age school children, specification of the model swimming crawl technique and possible deviation of this technique. To follow up on this knowledge, a rating scale yes/no is developed, as well as a record sheet and an evaluation procedure. For determination of the results is used a method of observing, scaling and a method of quantitative analysis of statistical data. The final research results revealed deviation from the crawl technique mostly in the body posture, movements of legs, movements of arms and coordination of breathing together with arm movements. KEYWORDS swimming, swimming crawl, rating scale, younger school age

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