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Teaching methods of preparation to CCE exam on B1 level for bilingual students
Červeňáková, Hana ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Starý, Karel (referee)
In this diploma thesis, we present a methodological approach for the preparation of bilingual children attending the Czech School without Borders in London (CSWBL), with a specific focus on preparing them for the B1 level exam organized by the UK's UJOP workplace. The theoretical part of the thesis begins by providing an overview of CSWBL, including a brief history of its operation. Subsequently, we offer a definition of the term bilingualism. A particular emphasis is placed on the unique aspects of teaching Czech to bilingual pupils residing in London. This serves as a crucial foundation for the practical segment of the thesis, aiming to acquaint the reader with CSWBL, elucidate the concept of bilingualism, and delineate the specific challenges associated with teaching bilingual children residing outside the Czech Republic. Given the current absence of textbooks tailored for teaching bilingual students, our objective in the practical part is to create teaching materials for the eighth grade, aligning with the students' needs. These materials are designed to correspond to the time-thematic plan for the 8th grade at CSWBL and simultaneously prepare students for the CCE exam at level B1. This preparation encompasses all four components of the exam: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. The...
Aspekty tvorby a realizace virtuálních prohlídek prostor
Borák, Marek
BORÁK, M. Aspects of creating and implementing virtual tours. Master's the-sis. Brno, 2023. This master's thesis focuses on the creation of virtual tours using drones and virtual reality (VR) technologies as supporting elements. The aim of the thesis is to design and implement a system that effectively integrates these technologies and investigates how they can jointly contribute to innovative and attractive experiences of virtual tours. In the first part of the thesis, a review of current trends and methods in the field of virtual tours, drones, and VR is conducted. The work then addresses the possibilities of integrating these technologies and their application for creating new and efficient solutions in the area of virtual tours. The second part of the thesis focuses on the design and implementation of a system for creating virtual tours, which utilizes drones to capture spherical panoramas, and the creation of an interactive environment. Thanks to this combination, it is possible to provide users with an engaging and comfortable experience of the virtual tour while ensuring the efficiency and flexibility of the tour creation process. In the last part of the thesis, an evaluation and testing of the proposed system is carried out.
Geoturistický potenciál vybraných geologických a geomorfologických lokalit v okolí Milov ve Žďárských vrších
Pospíšil, Jan
The interest of this bachelor thesis is the evaluation of the geotourism potential of seven selected geological and geomorphological localities around Milovy in the Žďárské hills, their very characteristics and evaluation using the already established methodology of geosites / geomorphosites Mrs. RNDr. Lucie Kubalíkové, Ph.D. Selected localities represent not only natural monuments or nature reserves in the form of rock formations, which are in terms of geotourism within the area of interest very attractive, but also neglected meanders of the Svratka River. Geotourism potential is evaluated on the basis of methodological evaluation and questionnaire survey, designed for the target group of respondents. The key participants of the questionnaire survey are local residents (stakeholders) and visitors (tourists). The thesis compares the view of local residents and tourists on geotourism itself in the given locality and informs about the possible positive and negative impacts of tourism within the area of interest with an emphasis on selected geological and geomorphological sites.
Methodology of Investigation of Murders
Gotschalková, Markéta ; Musil, Jan (advisor) ; Dvořák, Marek (referee)
Methodology of Investigation of Murders Abstract This thesis examined methodology of investigation of murders. As this is a very broad topic, the focus was on selected aspects of the investigation methodology. The introduction of the thesis was devoted to murder from the perspective of law and its comparison with the crime of killing and murder of a newborn child by the mother. The nuances that differentiate them are discussed there. The second chapter focuses on the criminological characteristics of murder. It provides the reader with an insight into the characteristics of the perpetrators of murder and who the victims most often are. The following chapters deal with the individual components of the methodology itself. They describe typical clues as well as investigative situations that criminologists most often encounter in practice. Attention is also paid to the methods of crime scene examination, examination of a corpse and forensic examination. The eighth chapter discusses the planning and organisation of the investigation and the way in which criminal investigators construct versions based on the evidence and clues found, which are then tested. The penultimate chapter describes the peculiarities of subsequent investigative and search operations. In particular, this includes the interrogation of the...
Engineering geological mapping in the Karlovy Vary and Pilsen regions
Chocholoušek, Matyáš ; Rout, Jiří (advisor) ; Král, Jan (referee)
The bachelor's thesis is focused on the evaluation of engineering geological mapping on a scale of 1: 5,000 in the territory of the Pilsen and Karlovy Vary regions (formerly the area of the West Bohemian Region). The work is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. In the theoretical part, a search of professional literature was carried out describing the methodology of creating engineering geological maps, consisting of preparatory work, field work and the actual completion of the entire elaborations. It also discusses the gradual development of engineering geological survey and mapping in the cross-section of the 1940s to the 1990s. In the practical part, 23 final, accompanying and interim reports are processed together with map, laboratory and documentation outputs. Map outputs at a scale of 1:5 000 were digitized using the QGIS software with the georeferencing tool in raster graphics. An orthophoto map and a state map from the 1950s were used as a basis for the fitting points.
Comparison of existing and innovative teaching of futsal in primary schools.
Šmejc, Ondřej ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Suchý, Jiří (referee)
The thesis aims at teaching futsal in primary schools. In this thesis we would like to highlight the issue of teaching futsal in primary schools, as it is often not about teaching futsal, but only about indoor football. We will try to shed light on the main problems and show the way for teachers how this sport should be taught properly in schools. It covers the historical development of futsal and the evolution of the sport in the RVP, rules, movement skills and abilities, game activities of the individual, game combinations and game systems. The work also includes two exercise books, an existing one and an innovative one. The ambition of the thesis is to highlight the improvement of skills and abilities in futsal through specialized futsal training and to provide teachers or university students with a clear manual for teaching the sport. KEYWORDS Futsal, training, methodology, technique, system, rule
Use of instructional materials by volleyball coaches of category U14
Pták, Vojtěch ; Vorálek, Rostislav (advisor) ; Petružela, Jan (referee)
Title: Use of instructional materials by volleyball coaches of category U14 Objectives: The main objective of this study was to find out whether U14 volleyball coaches use instructional materials, what instructional materials they use, which instructional materials they prefer and where they get these materials from. What is their view of the instructional materials prepared by the Czech Volleyball Federation and what instructional materials they lack. Methods: We used a survey method where we collected data in the form of an online questionnaire. The questionnaire was sent via e-mail to 190 contact persons of the U14 category, which were listed on the website of the Czech Volleyball Federation. In the e-mail it was clearly stated that it was intended for U14 coaches only. The online questionnaire contained 24 questions and was completed by 105 coaches. Results: YouTube was the most preferred platform for obtaining information. 51 % of coaches prefer to learn through a combination of written text and video and 43 % prefer video only. Only 25 % of coaches can quickly and easily find the instructional materials they are looking for. Only 30 % of coaches are familiar with the education section of the CVF website. Only 1/3 of the coaches participate in formal training organized by the CVF. Keywords:...
Possibilities of integrating Art Education with the Czech Language and Literature Education
Kohl, Lukáš ; Fišerová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Fulková, Marie (referee)
The thesis deals with the possibilities of integrating art education and Czech language and literature education. It is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part both subjects are introduced. The chapters devoted to art education deal with the factors that may influence its position in Czech schools. These chapters also deal with the main areas that art education is focused on (fine arts and visual culture) and with the didactic approaches that can be applied in art education. The chapters about Czech language and literature education describe its three components (language education, literature education and communication and style education) and relate them to the content of art education. In the first section of the practical part of this thesis, specific school activities of an interdisciplinary nature are proposed. Also, general principles are suggested on the basis of which a teaching unit integrating art education with Czech language and literature education can be built. In the second section, a plan for a teaching unit on the topic of illustration is presented, followed by a record of two implementations of the planned teaching unit, in which pedagogical action research was carried out to improve and streamline future teaching. Reflection on the teaching...
How to work with film didactically in high school psychology teaching
MICHL EGRIOVÁ, Simona
This diploma thesis deals with the topic of how to do didactically work with films in the teaching of psychology at high schools. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part, which deals with the theoretical foundations of teaching psychology at high schools in the Czech Republic and abroad and it also deals with films as a didactic tool for teaching psychology and with selected mental disorders and mental illnesses. The goal of practical part was to create a specific methodology for teaching psychology at high schools using a film as a didactic tool on the topic of dissociative identity disorder, bipolar affective disorder and schizophrenia. One topic was taught in each lesson. To map what students already know about the topic, a questionnaire is designed to identify preconceptions in the field of psychology. In order to map what the students already know about the topic a questionnaire was created to find out preconceptions from the field of psychology. Students were given this questionnaire to fill in before and after class. The answers were then evaluated and compared. With the help of descriptive statistics, it was found out that all students (N=59) were better at answering questions of type "B" at the end of the lesson than they were with questions of type "A". For the "B" type of questions, there was an overall improvement in responses from 59,3 % (N=35) at the beginning of the lesson to 93,2 % (N=55) at the end of the lesson. In the case of question type "A", the success rate in the answers worsened from 74,6 % (N=44) before the lesson to 69,5 % (N=41) after the lesson. In the empirical part, an alteration of teaching is proposed after this finding.
Methodology for Determining the Dynamic characteristics of a Turbocharger Pneumatic Actuator
Hálek, Dominik ; Kocman, František (referee) ; Novotný, Pavel (advisor)
This diploma thesis is dealing with design of Methodology for Determining the Dynamic characteristics of a Turbocharger Pneumatic Actuator. Pneumatic Actuator is used as a control mechanism in turbocharged internal combustion engines, which affects the engine performance, efficiency and fuel consumption. Main aim of this thesis is to develop a systematic comprehensive procedure for collecting and analysing measured data of dynamic behaviour of this actuator. In the first part of the thesis, an experimental method is designed and implemented to measure the data required to analyse the dynamics of the actuator at different variations of pressure, displacement and frequency settings. A measurement chain with appropriate sensors is built and a software environment for data acquisition and storage is developed. In the second part of the thesis, the experimentally measured data are evaluated using mathematical model in Matlab software environment to extract stiffness and damping values from measured data and determine their dependence on frequency, pressure and displacement.

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