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It's not theater like a theater
ZÍKOVÁ, Pavlína
The aim of this thesis is to highlight the possibilities of drama education in preschool education with a focus on literary text and theatrical performance. In the theoretical part, the work focuses on theatre, theatre for children and theatre performed by children in a historical and contemporary context and highlights some methods of drama education suitable for working with literary text in kindergarten. In the practical part, the benefits for pre-school children are presented, described and evaluated on the basis of three theatre performances watched, and then work with dramatizing techniques is tested with children in kindergarten. In the discussion, the use of theatre and drama education methods based on theatre methods are compared.
Leadership of first grade students to viewer literacy
Fidrmucová, Barbora ; Hanyš Holemá, Irena (advisor) ; Ferklová, Alžběta (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the leadership of first-grade students to viewer literacy. The theoretical part is devoted to children's theatre, what children learn through its visits, the possibilities of visiting theatres, their selection, and what methods of drama education can be used to reflect on theatre performances. The work is focused on the inclusion of theatre visits to educational programs and education possibilities in this area for teachers. The practical part of the diploma thesis takes place in a survey among teachers of different schools and ages, which will examine how teachers and pupils reflect on individual performances and whether it is effective for pupils and helps develop viewer literacy. The research seeks to find out how teachers work with children in reflection and whether they are interested in enriching their work with other methods.
Theater for children and its use on pedagogical practise
Bromová, Adéla ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Koťátková, Soňa (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on theatre for children and its role in pre-primary education. Theoretical part is about theatre for children and its history, pedagogical influence and specificity of the theatre for children and child spectator. The next themes of theoretical part are emotion and the emotional intelligence, its close theme for theatre. The research in practical part of thesis is focused on Pohádka ptačí from Karel Čapek and pedagogical methods how theme of fairytale insert to the clasroom education plan.
Theatre "Minor" From The Year 1989 Up to Present
Sochorová, Veronika ; Christov, Petr (advisor) ; Jiřík, Jan (referee)
This thesis concerns itself with the Minor Theatre after the year 1989, namely with changes in a staging style of this prague platform that focuses mainly on a production for the child audience. In the production of the theatres principal directors (Karel Makonj, Jan Jirků, David Drábek, Jiří Adámek) we can observe distinctive courses of staging methods, that shape the Minor's character. The primary aim of this thesis is to attempt to reflect these staging courses and demonstrate them using profile plays. An excursus into the history of the Minor Theatre precedes these analyses to define its character. Biographies of the said directors are also included in the thesis, as well as the list of theatre's plays form 1990 (with the dates of premieres) and photographic material ilustrating the theatricals analysed here.
PHENOMENON OF THEATRICAL AUDIENCE IN PRESCHOOL AGE
Molčíková, Kateřina ; BEČKA, Marek (advisor) ; LJUBKOVÁ, Marta (referee)
This thesis focuses on the youngest children aged 3 to 7 years for its ability to receive and reflect the theater's work in the kindergarten environment and in the company of their peers. Based on annual project Phenomenon theatrical audience of preschool age, which took place in five nursery schools of the Central Region. This project registers, analyses and reflects. On the basis of experience investigating whether there are any barriers theatrical production for children of preschool age and presented in non-theatrical environment of their own kindergarten. Based on the dramatic principles used in the six selected productions and the conclusions drawn from the responses of children's audience is examining whether and how the artists in the creation of limited maturity performances of viewers in this age group and pre-school environment. The work has demonstrated that playing theater in kindergartens has meaning and that the preparation of performance is neither appropriate nor desirable to compromise on demands that we ourselves as the creators intended performance or mixed adult audience.
Taking children to the theatre
Váňová, Michaela ; HRNEČKOVÁ, Anna (advisor) ; VOSTÁREK, Karel (referee)
In this bachelor thesis I deal with the methods of preparing children for a visit of a theatre performance and possible ways of its reflection. The first part focuses on the topic in the context of primary education. I created a two day workshop for basic school teachers and students of pedagogy based upon a survey with the targeted group. I describe the preparation process, all the activities, which are grounded in relevant theory, and also the realisation itself, where I also deal with the benefits for the participants. Finally I compare the planned and the achieved goals of the whole project and reflect its benefit for my own work as a theater educator and pedagogue.
The differences between puppet theatre for children and for adults based on own experiences
Valenová, Lucie ; BEČKA, Marek (advisor) ; MAKONJ, Karel (referee)
The thesis discusses the differences between theatre for children and for adults. The differences are described and analysed through the two authors' puppet productions - ‘Batosnění’ and ‘Sólo Matches’. The theoretical part briefly sums up the psychological development of a child, draws on other contemporary puppet performances in the Czech Republic and talks about the Theatre for the Very Young phenomenon. The practical part draws a comparison between Batosnění (a production targeting children under the age of 3 years old) and Sólo Matches (a production primarily aimed at an adult audience). The thesis debates the experiences and findings connected to the preparations and subsequent presentations of the two productions. Photos and video recordings from both productions are part of the thesis.
Motif of Fear in Children´s Production
Lenártová, Andrea ; TÄUBELOVÁ, Kristýna (advisor) ; SMOLÍK, Robert (referee)
Master's thesis deals with the children's production, which use fear as educational or entertainment aspect. The intention is to find these aspects in children's production and review their effects and impacts. It considers the comparison of these two aspects. Selected problem is solved through author's own reflections, based on her childhood or her experience gained through working with children. It analyzes the children's production, as well as feelings of fear and anxiety. The thesis provides an opportunity to get familiar with unconventional production for children. We found out that the production for kids must be more flexible than for adults. It is not always easy for parents to accept. This thesis can help beginning authors, interested in production for children, to become familiar with this issue and inspire them. A part of the master's thesis is the author's reflection on her own artistic performance and moments of practical implementation, through which the author tries to complete theoretical approaches. The photo attachment is included in the text of thesis. In the end of the thesis is text attachment. There is also a CD-R included, on which there are records of some stagings mentioned in the text.
Theatre "Minor" From The Year 1989 Up to Present
Sochorová, Veronika ; Christov, Petr (advisor) ; Just, Vladimír (referee)
Theatre "Minor" From The Year 1989 Up To Present (Changes In a Staging Style) This thesis concerns itself with the Minor Theatre after the year 1989, namely with changes in a staging style of this prague platform that focuses mainly on a production for the child audience. In the production of the theatres principal directors (Karel Makonj, Jan Jirků, David Drábek, Jiří Adámek) we can observe distinctive courses of staging methods, that shape the Minor's character. The primary aim of this thesis is to attempt to reflect these staging courses and demonstrate them using profile plays. An excursus into the history of the Minor Theatre precedes these analyses to define its character. Biographies of the said directors are also included in the thesis, as well as the list of theatre's plays form 1990 (with the dates of premieres) and photographic material ilustrating the theatricals analysed here.
Theatre "Minor" From The Year 1989 Up to Present
Sochorová, Veronika ; Christov, Petr (advisor) ; Jiřík, Jan (referee)
This thesis concerns itself with the Minor Theatre after the year 1989, namely with changes in a staging style of this prague platform that focuses mainly on a production for the child audience. In the production of the theatres principal directors (Karel Makonj, Jan Jirků, David Drábek, Jiří Adámek) we can observe distinctive courses of staging methods, that shape the Minor's character. The primary aim of this thesis is to attempt to reflect these staging courses and demonstrate them using profile plays. An excursus into the history of the Minor Theatre precedes these analyses to define its character. Biographies of the said directors are also included in the thesis, as well as the list of theatre's plays form 1990 (with the dates of premieres) and photographic material ilustrating the theatricals analysed here.

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