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Design of children's hopper
Páleníková, Denisa ; Rubínová, Dana (referee) ; Rajlich, Jan (advisor)
The thesis focuses on designing an inflatable bouncy toy for preschool-aged children. The main objective is to create a product with an innovative appearance and shaping that serves as a means for both motor and cognitive development of the child. The work is based on an analysis of current products on the market. The final solution adheres to functional, ergonomic, and safety requirements. The product will be utilized for both personal and public use in spaces designated for children's play.
Childrens´ speech development with speech defects in preschool age
MALÁ, Petra
This Bachelor thesis on the topic of the Development of Speech in Preschool-aged Children with Logopedic Speech Impairments aims to analyze the development of speech in two children with logopedic impairments by means of observation in a set timeframe. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the regular process of a child's development during the preschool years, as well as the regular development of speech. It also addresses existing logopedic impairments, their causes, their manifestations, and reeducation procedures. The practical part of the thesis is supported by research conducted listening in at two preschool institutions. It contains the case studies of the children observed and evaluates the development of their speech in a given timeframe.
Development of fine motor skills in pupils in the second grade of primary school
The topic of the thesis will be the development of motor skills in children in the second grade. In the theoretical part, I will focus on the characteristics of pubescents, motor skills and physical activity. The practical part will focus on the development of motor skills. I will develop motor skills with the students using the Life kinetik method. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether standardized tests prove that the exercises helped the pupils and they achieve better results in the field of motor skills than before the intervention exercise program.
Analysis of the level of stick handling in ice hockey in U10 - U11 the category
Drtina, Matěj ; Perič, Tomáš (advisor) ; Vojta, Zdeněk (referee)
Analysis of the level of stickhandling skills in ice hockey in the U10 - U11 category The main goal of this thesis is to analyse the level of stickhandling skills among youth ice hockey players in the U10 and U11 categories. Reaching this goal consists of two main steps - first is the implementation of a research standardised test battery focused on puck control in selected Czech ice hockey clubs, which is followed by a comparative analysis and interpretation of the data obtained from this testing. For this bachelor's thesis, we employed the methods of observation, analysis and comparison. The observation method was used for the implementation of the standardised testing of the level of stickhandling skills for the U10 and U11 categories. An analytical and comparative methodical approach was then used for the evaluation and interpretation of the data obtained from the on-ice testing. A total of 246 players from U10 and U11 categories from 8 different Czech ice hockey clubs took part in the testing of the level of stickhandling skills. The average stickhandling level of players in the U11 category is noticeably higher (reaching a value of 4.3) than that of players from the U10 category (value of 2.9). Players from clubs that hold the status of the Academy of Czech Hockey performed significantly...
Visual constrains and feedback in the badminton serve
Ďurčo, Dominik ; Carboch, Jan (advisor) ; Pravečková, Petra (referee)
Title: Visual constrains and feedback in the badminton serve Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to investigate the effect of short serve feedback constraints in badminton players. Methods: The data were experimentally collected. Twelve players underwent measurement of backhand serve. Every player performed four series of 20 serves. First and fourth were played with occlusion, second and third in normal conditions. Their results were recorded on a video camera and then evaluated by indirect analysis. Results: Overall, the players recorded an average distance of the shuttlecock impact point from the service line in the occluded conditions of 40,7±22,2 cm in the normal conditions of 25,2±17,9 cm. These results showed a significant effect of occlusion on short backhand serve t(9)=4,98, p<0,001 and with a strong effect of d=1,44. Out of 960 total backhand serves, 63 were ruled out. Players played 11 outs in occluded conditions, 52 in normal conditions. Keywords: visual perception, occluded vision, motor skills, proprioception, game performance
Motor skills in a preschool child with impaired communication ability
MIČKOVÁ, Markéta
The topic of the bachelor's thesis is motor skills and graphomotor skills in a preschool child with impaired communication ability. The aim of the bachelor's thesis is the training and practice of gross motor skills, oromotor skills and graphomotor skills in preschool children with impaired communication skills aged five to six years who attend a speech therapy class established at a regular kindergarten. Another goal was to develop a methodological program. One of the partial goals was to observe and shoot a selected research sample during activities developing motor skills. The theoretical part deals with the topic of impaired communication skills in preschool children, the possibility of requesting a postponement of compulsory school attendance and also selected cognitive functions affecting motor activities. The main part of the theoretical work consists of the chapter on motor skills, which includes motor skills, gross motor skills and coordination of movement, graphomotor skills, oromotor skills and also fine motor skills. The content of the next part consists of laterality and speech therapy in the Czech Republic. In the practical part, the method of observation was applied, mainly due to video recording and also the method of individual approach and interview. The methodical program for the development of motor skills contains methodical procedures of exercises, elements from the field of oromotor skills and graphomotor sheets. All these materials were applied for one month and evaluated according to selected or elected evaluation scales. The results are successful, as all children from the selected research sample improved in all stimulated areas.
Applied Athletics as a Form of Physical Education for People with Combined Disabilities
Physical activities are a very important parts of human life considering both recreational and top performance sport activities. Sporting activities are often for disabled people key importance not only for sport itself, but they particularly allow social contact, and further they represent main content of a life together with quality life improvement. Deliberately aimed physical education becomes a basic necessity of life. One of the sports that people with multiple disabilities can attend all year round is applied athletics, which can lead to mitigating the effects of health impairment and increase functional performance and overall fitness. In practice, it is a realization of simple athletic elements, hurdle races, modified athletic disciplines, optionally exercises with fitness equipment.
The topic of this bachelor´s thesis is development of graphomotor skills of pre-school age and early school age children. The aim is creation of supportive programme for the development of the graphomotor skills and its verification in practice. The theoretical part is devoted to the systems influencing the motor skills development. This part of thesis describes also the entire area of motor skills and other relating topics such as working habits for drawing and writing, laterality, pre-school age and early school age. The practical part deals with creation and realization of supportive programme for chosen group of children. It is focused on the development of graphomotor skills by a comprehensive way. The evaluation of the gained data and the analysis of the results are also a component of the practical part of the thesis.
Posibilities of movement predispositions in preschool children
Vostárek, Miloš ; Bunc, Václav (advisor) ; Čechovská, Irena (referee)
Title: Posibilities of movement predispositions in preschool children Objectives: The aim of the work is to compare the kindergartens on the basis of the information obtained from the respondent sof the selected kindergartens, to select the one that has the best prerequisites for the physical development of children and to develop a suitable programme within the framework of the evaluation. Methods: Direct questioning was used as the method and the responses were entered into a rekord sheet and then processed. The interview took place in the environment of selected Prague kindergartens. Results: The results of the work showed that the biggest problems were the size of the premises, the low number of hours of psysical activities and the small number of teachers present during the activities. The creativity of the educators proved to be quiet extensive. The content of their lessons is quite broad. Keywords: kindergarten, movement, development, preschool, motor skills, abilities, skills
Body composition changes during ontogenesis in youth football
Lukavský, Jakub ; Malá, Lucia (advisor) ; Šteffl, Michal (referee)
Title: Body composition changes during ontogenesis in youth football Objectives: The aim of the work was to identify and compare changes in body composition during ontogenesis in youth categories in football. Methods: Due to our work, a research group was created, which included 4 different age categories. It was a category U12 - U15. U12 (n = 15), U13 (n = 18), U14 (n = 19), U15 (n = 16). He is a player of an elite Czech club. The selection of probands and age categories was intentional. Body composition measurements were performed with a multi-frequency bioimpedance analyzer (Tanita MC-980MA, Tanita Corporation, Japan). The biological age was estimated as follows. The equations of Mirwald et al. (2002). Y: -9.236+(0.0002708*Leg Length and Sitting height interaction) - (0.001663*Age and Leg Length interaction) (0.007216 Age and Sitting Height interaction) + (0.02292*Weight by Height ratio). The players were divided into two groups according to the degree of maturity (before 1, circa 2 (PHV)). Group 1 included players from (> -1 before PHV) and group 2 - circa PHV (-1, +1). Results: The changes in the basic somatometric indicators - body weight and body height were as follows. Body weight: U12 (38.2 kg), U13 (41.4 kg) + 8%, U14 (46 kg) + 11%, U15 (55.1 kg) + 20%. Body height: U12 (148.4 cm), U13...

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