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The Preconcept of Subordinate Attributive Clause in Primary School Pupils
Černá, Daniela ; Wildová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Doležalová, Eliška (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the preconcept of subordinate attributive clauses of primary school pupils. The aim of the work is to analyze and interpret the preconcept of subordinate attributive clauses of pupils of the 4th to 8th grade of primary school. The theoretical part first presents constructivism, which emphasizes the pupil's active participation in the learning process and the use of the pupil's preconceptions in the construction of new knowledge. Furthermore, the work deals with the linguistic concept of the attribute, its sentence formulation as well as the didactic approach to the attribute and attributive subordinate clause. The empirical part represents conducted research, which had the form of semi-structured interviews with 4th to 8th grade pupils on exercises designed specifically for the purpose of this study. The section first deals with the methodology and objectives, then presents a description of the process and an analysis of the results. The research proves that pupils have a preconcept of the subordinate attributive clause. However, they can only apply it in certain situations. The research also suggests that a majority of pupils perceive the attribute and the subordinate attributive clause as equivalent. The research also indicates attention to the interference of school...
Development of Social and Personal Competences through Canonical Literary Works at Upper secondary school
Čečková, Michaela ; Komberec, Filip (advisor) ; Laufková, Veronika (referee)
The thesis tries to suggest, describe and evaluate five different literature lessons for children in grammar schools. These are built upon the principles of developing personal and social competence. It aims to prove it is possible to strive for higher standards of education during even classes of literature. Based on canonical literary works such as The Mother, A Streetcar Named Desire, Of Mice and Men, Sophie's Choice and classical drama pupils learn cooperation, argumentation, to draw conclusions and so on during the lessons, in full accordance with the Framework Education Programme for Secondary General Education (Grammar Schools). In the first part the author tries to contemplate the potential of literature in regard to personal development of pupils. She tries to outline, based on research, why competence, personal and social competence specifically, is so important. In the second part she tries to come up with five different lessons which aim to further one's competence. Thanks to a questionnaire handed out during and after the lessons she assesses their worth and proposes certain alterations. The author, thanks to the questionnaire and her own self-reflection, reaches a conclusion that such a method of teaching really develops pupils' competence. The thesis also includes a colorful...
e-Learning System in the Education of Mathematical Disciplines
Pánik, Tomáš ; Herout, Adam (referee) ; Štancl, Vít (advisor)
Nowadays, mathematics is an elementary study area. A person who has not encountered it is hard to find. However, students often loathe mathematics and are afraid of it. Goal of this term project is to design and analyze software for mathematics education for elementary school, middle school, and high school students. We describe the motivation behind the software and its functionality. The software will be used solely for self-study. We attempt to create software which would ensure that students are not afraid of mathematics and that they enjoy their studies. 
Applications for Teaching Work with Regular Expressions
Heroutová, Tereza ; Čermák, Martin (referee) ; Koutný, Jiří (advisor)
The document describes the formation of an application, which allows interactiv instruction how to work with regular expressions. We stress clear interpretation of material and effective user interface to make handling intuitive as much as possible. The document describes theory of regular expressions, pedagogic side of the things and implementation with feature extensions.
Proposals of Practical Excercises in Zoology Based on Protists and Invertebrates from Freshwater Aquaria
Talavášková, Barbora ; Mourek, Jan (advisor) ; Říhová, Dagmar (referee)
This thesis deals with proposals for practical exercises using freshwater aquaria in teaching elementary schools and junior high schools that focus on protozoa and invertebrates. The main aim of the thesis is to propose practical exercises using elements of inquiry-based science education. Using identification cards of protozoa and microscopic invertebrates, pupils can learn about these organisms during laboratory exercises with microscopes. A total of fourteen cards with representatives of protozoa, invertebrates, algae and cyanobacteria typical of freshwater aquariums are presented. Each of the identification cards contains a basic description, as well as a procedure for the pupils to observe and draw the organism. They are accompanied by a photograph, a pen drawing and a QR code that links to a video of the observation of the representative under the microscope. Another proposal is a practical exercise focusing on the food chain of standing water. Also included is a worksheet focusing on independent laboratory work by students on water quality analysis using the Pasco laboratory technique. The contribution of this work is the actual experience of setting up a school freshwater aquarium. The process of setting up the aquarium and investigating it is described in this thesis. The succession of...
Materiální výukové prostředky ve výuce praktického vyučování
Hájek, Jiří
This bachelor's thesis is devoted to the topic of material didactic tools in the teaching of vocational training at the Polytechnic Secondary School in the field of carpentry. The theoretical part focuses on the essence, description and distribution of teaching aids in the implementation of teaching. It presents the didactic technique that the OV teacher has at his disposal and how the choice of an appropriate means will make the transmission of didactic information more effective. It secondarily helps create a positive relationship with the field of education, moves into the realm of intellectual and material heritage, and thus contributes to the development of humanity and future generations. The empirical part of the bachelor thesis contains research to determine the use of material teaching aids by pedagogues and their satisfaction with the current level of these aids. The second part of the research aims to compare the level of material teaching aids in education from the point of view of vocational training teachers compared to companies in the private sector. How familiar the students of this field are with the use and with which resources they can work according to the profile of the graduate.
Solving optimization problems in lower and upper secondary school
Michal, Jakub
The goal of this diploma thesis is to gather and describe ways the optimisation problems had been solved before the calculus was invented. Some of the methods identified through history are generalised and these which could be utilised at secondary or primary school education are described more in depth. Thesis descri- bes the method, where educator follows historical development of the problem in classroom and what benefits it might bring, as well. There is a section dedicated to evaluation of experiment which goal was to investigate understanding of pupils to certain concepts in the field of optimisation, mainly concerning isoperimetric problem. It was also focused on the pupils fe- edback to different approaches of optimisation problem solving. 1
Activation methods in the teaching of health education at the 2nd grade of selected elementary schools
Menclová, Kateřina ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (advisor) ; Thorovská, Alena (referee)
The diploma thesis on the theme Activation methods in the teaching of health education at the second grade of a selected primary school deals with activation teaching methods and their use in the teaching of health education at a chosen primary school. The theoretical part deals with basic terminology and describes in detail the individual methods, the way of classification, and the field of health education itself. The practical part consists of the own quantitative research. There was selected a questionnaire survey as a research tool in the second grade of the Karel Jeřábek Elementary School in Roudnice nad Labem, specifically in the 8th and 9th grades. The aim of the research was to map the level of use of activation methods in the teaching of health education at the given school. The sub-goals were to find out what are the most used activation methods within the teaching to health education at a given school, the difference in the subjective perception of activation between pupils and the teacher of a given subject, to compare the representation of activation methods between individual teachers and to find out the degree of use of ICT technologies as an activation element. The research results showed that the use of activation methods in health education at the given school is at a...
The problematics of the false beginner in French as a foreign language learning/teaching
Markalousová, Barbora ; Klinka, Tomáš (advisor) ; Biegel, Madeleine (referee)
This thesis will address the special problem of learning and teaching at the level of a false beginner in French. The text will be divided into two parts, a theoretical part and a practical part. In the theoretical part, we will define the specific term of false beginner, furthermore, we will classify it according to the language level in the European Framework of Reference and I will focus on several points of view on this issue. In the theoretical part we will also describe the learning process from the didactic perspective, from the psycholinguistic perspective and from the perspective of the functioning of the two hemispheres of our brain, in other words, from the neurolinguistic perspective. According to these perspectives, we suggest several types of exercises, games and various other activities that could be beneficial for a false beginner. In the practical part, I then analyse data from my survey, which focuses on students of French language courses at the "false beginner" level and professionals in the Czech Republic and in France. The aim of the work was to define the false beginner with his/her characteristics, to classify him/her within the European Framework of Reference, and to find out how to work with him/her from a didactic point of view, and whether the work is similar to that...

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