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Children's literature as a source of inspiration for drama education at the first and second year of primary school
Ludvíková, Veronika ; Ferklová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Sobková, Ivana (referee)
The theoretical part defines the concepts of dramatic and literary education and describes the possibilities of using children's literature in dramatic education. The thesis focus on suitable topics, which we can integrate into national curriculum. It also provides suggestions for lesson preparation in dramatic education based on children's literature. The practical part explores teachers'experiences in searching, acquiring, and processing suitable children's literature for creating dramatic education lessons. Based on the books with which the respondents have experience, a list of children's literature has been created to facilitate teachers in selecting books for creating dramatic education lessons. The entire thesis is focused on children in the 1st and 2nd grades of elementary schools. KEYWORDS Children's literature, drama education, list of children's literature, criterion, topic
Nakládání se zvěřinou z pohledu uživatelů honiteb
Valešová, Irena
This bachelor's thesis deals with the analysis of the use of venison by hunting grounds users and the related consumption of venison among the public. A questionnaire survey was used to solve the aim of the work. Two different questionnaires were created for hunting grounds users and for the public. The analysis took place in 2021-2022 and a total of 290 respondents participated in it (101 users of hunting grounds and 189 consumers). Thanks to the research, it was found that the general public consumed venison most often in the amount of 1.1–10 kg per year, and more venison was consumed by people living in villages. The most frequently consumed game species was wild boar, which was also the most frequently hunted game species. 60-75% of red deer, sika deer and roe deer game were sold for the purchase of venison. 40-50% of wild boar and fallow deer venison was sold to the final consumer. Hunters used 10–20% of roe deer, fallow deer, wild boar and European mouflon venison for their own consumption, while hare and pheasant meat were used for hunter consumption in 70–90% of cases.
Rozvoj venkovské turistiky na Českokrumlovsku se zaměřením na využití koní
Kněžourová, Tereza
This diploma thesis deals with the analysis of the development of rural tourism in the Český Krumlov district with a focus on the use of horses. Rural tourism is an area of tourism that is still developing and the number of horses in the Czech Republic is also increasing at the same time. Horseback riding is becoming more accessible and popular during the time. The introductory part of the thesis deals with the basic characteristics of Český Krumlov in tourism and rural tourism and programs supporting rural tourism. This is followed by a section describing the progress of my own research and the gathering of information from business operators and the general public regarding the issue of rural tourism. To obtain the necessary data a questionnaire survey and field research were used. The result of the work is an evaluation of the current state of rural tourism with the use of horses in Český Krumlov and an outline of the possibilities for further development.
Czech culture in eyes of foreign students studying Czech universities (university ambient in Prague)
Votavová, Radka ; Šatava, Leoš (advisor) ; Pargač, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is concerned with the Czech culture from the view of foreign students of Czech universities and was elaborated on the basis of a field research and studying of accesible literature. The whole text is structured into six main chapters. The introduction contains the subject and structure of the thesis. The second chapter gives attention to the used literature and respondents. The third chapter describes the methodology of my work, foremost the field research, which came through in the form of questionnaire enquiry and set of interviews with foreign students. In the theoretical part there are introduced some important conceptions and also the description of life paths and possibilities of foreign students. The empirical part processes results of the completed field research. The conclusion summarizes remarkable achievements of the thesis.
Validation of the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire for children aged 6 -10 years in the Czech Republic
Vlasáková, Nikol ; Čepička, Ladislav (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Hana (referee) ; Mess, Filip (referee)
Problem: A specific developmental disorder of motor function affects up to one in 12 people. Neither the prevalence of DCD nor its diagnosis is completely uniform. According to some authors, even given the difficulty of existing tests and test batteries, a "gold standard" for diagnosing DCD is still being sought that would most effectively diagnose its prevalence. In Canada, a standardized screening method, the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ), has been developed as an auxiliary diagnostic tool to help detect DCD in children. It is an exploratory method that uses a questionnaire technique designed primarily for parents and teachers of children to diagnose the prevalence of this disorder. We believe that by using the DCDQ questionnaire, which according to Schoemaker is a "coarse screen" in identifying children with DCD, we will single out children with DCD and suspected DCD. Studies emphasize the importance of early identification of children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD), not only as a prevention of secondary academic, emotional, and social manifestations of the disorder. The questionnaire allows screening of children with motor difficulties. The DCDQ has not been validated in the Czech Republic and this is the aim of this study so that it can be used for the...
Customers' willingness of the selected fitness centre to attend group classes
Svobodová, Aneta ; Ruda, Tomáš (advisor) ; Voráček, Josef (referee)
Title: Customers' willingness of the selected fitness centre to attend group classes Objectives: The thesis "Customers' willingness of the selected fitness centre to attend group classes" is in its final form a useful source of information, expanding the knowledge of Domyno Fitness management about its customers and their motivation to visit the fitness centre. The aim of the thesis is to obtain information about the willingness of customers to attend group classes which can be further used by the group class manager at Domyno Fitness and included in her plans to improve the current situation. Methods: The thesis is based on theoretical knowledge related to the topic. Marketing research based on quantitative questionnaire method CAPI was used to determine customers' willingness to attend group classes. The research sample is Domyno Fitness customers older than 18 years of age. The sample is customers who visited the fitness center during the time of the research and were willing to participate. The responses to each question of the questionnaire are shown in the graphs. Results: The results of the research showed that the fitness centre has mainly loyal customers who have been visiting it for many years. These customers tend to be satisfied with almost all aspects asked in the questionnaire. The...
Corruption issues concerning members of the Police of the Czech Republic
MARYŠKA, Jakub
The aim of the thesis is to characterize the legal, social and criminogenic aspects of corruption, to analyze the state of occurrence of corrupt behavior among members of the Regional Police Directorate of the South Bohemian Region, and to analyze the status and effectiveness of anti-corruption measures adopted by the Regional Police Directorate of the South Bohemian Region. Within the framework of the theoretical part, the concept of corruption, its forms, methods and development stages are defined. Other concepts related to corruption are also defined. It also describes corruption in the international context and anti-corruption bodies. Within the framework of phenomenology, the work describes the current state, structure and dynamics of criminal acts associated with corruption among members of the Police of the Czech Republic based on secondary data provided by the General Inspectorate of Security Forces. The practical part is based on primary data obtained through a questionnaire survey, which was conducted among members of the Regional Police Directorate of the South Bohemian Region. Eight hypotheses were established as part of the research. Through their verification, it was found out that the rate of corrupt behavior increases with increasing service classification, and that the frequency of the occurrence of corrupt behavior has a decreasing tendency over the last 6 years. The index of corruption of the Regional Police Directorate of the South Bohemian Region is, as expected, lower than the national index. Most police officers would not tolerate corrupt behavior among their colleagues. According to the assumption, police officers consider education in this area to be important but insufficient. In their opinion, police officers have less knowledge of the issue than was assumed, and roughly only a third of them have encountered incitement to corruption during their practice. The results of the investigation are subsequently interpreted and compared with the stated hypotheses. The contribution of the work is the detection and evaluation of the mentioned issue in the territory of the South Bohemian Region. It will also serve as an information source for organizational articles dealing with anti-corruption measures and education in this area within the Regional Police Directorate of the South Bohemian Region. The work can also be used as an auxiliary study material for university students, for example when studying in the social-legal field.
Customer Satisfaction
Vajsarová, Markéta ; Šimberová, Iveta (referee) ; Schüller, David (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the analysis of customer satisfaction of the selected company. In the theoretical part, important concepts are explained, which are the basis of the subsequent analytical part. The analytical part contains a description of the current situation of the selected company, such as its external and internal marketing environment, which is followed by a questionnaire survey with an evaluation of the results. The last part of the final thesis deals with own proposals to increase customer satisfaction.

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