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Scientific literature with the theme of insects in the practice of kindergarten
Faltusová, Kateřina ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Kadrnožková, Monika (referee)
This master's thesis entitled "Utilization of educational literature on the topic of insects in the practice of preschool education" is divided into theoretical and empirical sections. The aim of the thesis is the development of scientific knowledge through the use of children's educational literature in the preschool environment. The theoretical section outlines the characteristics of preschool-aged children with respect to the topic of the thesis, issues related to environmental education in preschool education, characteristics of literature for children, utilization of educational books in preschools, and an analysis of the Framework Educational Program for Preschool Education in relation to the thesis topic. The objective of the empirical section is to create lessons using educational literature about insects that contribute to the development of scientific skills in children. Additionally, it seeks to determine the popularity of educational books about insects based on the age and gender of the children, as well as to map the reading environment of the children. The results of the practical part were verified based on pretest and posttest, participant observation of children, a questionnaire for parents of pupils, and activities aimed at assessing the popularity of books. The action research...
Reading Literacy Development of Pupils with Other Mother Tongue in Inclusive Education Context
Rychlíková, Marie ; Wildová, Radka (advisor) ; Kucharská, Anna (referee) ; Vykoukalová, Věra (referee)
TITLE: Reading Literacy Development of Pupils with Other Mother Tongue in Inclusive Education Context AUTHOR: Mgr. Marie Rychlíková DEPARTMENT: Department of Primary Education PedF UK Prague SUPERVISOR: prof. PaedDr. Radka Wildová, CSc. ABSTRACT: This thesis is focused on the reading literacy issues of pupils with other mother tongue in primary education. The aim of this work is to analyse and describe the contemporary state of reading literacy skills of pupils with other mother tongue in inclusive education context. The foreigners children have to overcome the social and cultural differences as well as the language barrier. In order to be successfully included into the education system, and consequently into our society, the pupils need to learn Czech language at the best level they are able to. The structure of this work is divided into two parts - the theoretical and practical one. There were quantitative and qualitative methods used in the research. The individual aims of this work were analysed, processed and discussed based on the results of the two research phases and description of good practice examples from Finland. Finally the conclusions and suggestions were expressed. KEY WORDS: Reading literacy, first reading literacy, inclusion, stereotypes, basic literacy, pupil with other mother tongue,...
The use of bibliotherapy in the development of reading literacy of prelingually deaf children
Vinklátová, Veronika ; Valešová Malecová, Barbara (advisor) ; Komorná, Marie (referee)
The bachelor's thesis The use of bibliotherapy in the development of reading literacy of prelingually deaf children connects the field of bibliotherapy with deaf studies. The aim of the thesis is to draw up a proposal for a bibliotherapy program based on theoretical knowledge which aims at supporting the development of reading literacy of pupils who lost their hearing before learning spoken Czech and who consider the Czech sign language (which will also be the primary communication code of the programme) as their first language. The theoretical part summarizes and synthesizes Czech and foreign knowledge about the deaf (with an emphasis on their communication systems and the acquisition of Czech language), reading literacy, its meaning and development, and bibliotherapy and its techniques. The practical part of the thesis contains a proposal for a bibliotherapy program in which clients will work with different types of texts, such as comics, recipes, popular science texts and narration. Activities following the reading develop selected reading strategies and components of reading literacy.
Action Research: Development of Reading Literacy at Secondary School
Nováková, Anežka ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Starý, Karel (referee)
The thesis deals with the development of reading literacy in lower secondary education (according to the international classification ISCED 2). It is divided into a theoretical and a research part. The theoretical part of the thesis defines reading literacy as an important competence for life in society, describes its individual components, its problematic position in the curriculum documents of Czech education and appropriate methods for its development. The research part of the thesis contains a description of the action research. The aim of the research is to improve the reading literacy of selected pupils at secondary school. First, we conducted an observation, a questionnaire survey to identify attitude to reading, and a pretest to determine students' reading literacy levels. Then, we designed intervention methods, implemented them and evaluated them. The research shows that regular and systematic inclusion of RWCT methods and reading workshops leads to the development of reading skills and a attitude to reading, especially it forms an inner need to read, creates reading habits and supports sharing reading experiences with each other. In conclusion, we propose recommendations for next work in the classroom, which will support the further development of reading literacy and motivate pupils to...
Media Education and Misinformation at the First Stage of Primary School
Burešová, Kamila ; Holanová, Radka (advisor) ; Vlčková, Jana (referee)
This master's thesis deals with the connection between reading and media literacy and the potential use of this connection in primary schools during of not only the Czech language lessons, to develop these literacies within the cross-curricular topic of media education. The first part of this thesis explains important concepts related to reading and media literacy and everything related to this topic. In the practical second part, the knowledge gained from the theoretical part is utilized to create a methodology and working sheets. The methodology serves as a guide for teachers on how to work with the worksheets with students in the second educational period of the first grade of primary school. The created worksheets should contribute to the development of media and reading literacy for students attending the 4th or 5th grade of primary school. KEYWORDS Media literacy; media education; reading literacy; obtaining and verifying information (fact- checking); disinformation; critical thinking.
Escape Room as a Teaching Method in Czech Language and Literature at Upper Elementary Education
Saňáková, Petra ; Komberec, Filip (advisor) ; Klinka, Tomáš (referee)
The thesis focuses on the usage of escape rooms in education. It is divided into two parts: theoretical and practical. The theoretical part defines active learning and games, specifically educational games. Furthermore, this section explores the usage of game-based learning and escape rooms in education. The aim of the thesis was to design and describe lesson plans based on escape rooms and implement them in the Czech language and literature classes at upper elementary school level. These lesson plans were evaluated by both the teacher and the students, and recommendations for further improvements were formulated. The goal was achieved through action research where eight lesson plans of educational escape rooms were introduced. Sources of inspiration, game elements, various tasks and Czech language and literature content which can be used in escape rooms are also included, as well as feedback received from the students. KEYWORDS active learning, escape rooms, game-based learning, reading literacy
Reading Literacy in Natural History at Primery School
Žižková, Pavlína ; Vojíř, Karel (advisor) ; Hlaváčová, Lucie (referee)
The master's thesis focuses on the research of reading literacy in classes of natural history at primery school. The theoretical part describes reading literacy, its aspects and the development of reading literacy at primary school, including methods for developing reading literacy. This section also introduces the latest results from the PIRLS 2021, TIMSS 2019 and PISA 2015 international surveys. The second part of the thesis introduces the research of reading literacy in natural history among pupils of the 6th grade of primary school, in which three-tier tasks were used. A total of 55 pupils participated in the research. The goal of the research was to find out the students' ability to work with a science text. The second goal was to find out to what extent the pupils are sure of their answers when working with a science text. In the second part, the research methodology, the research sample and the results of the empirical investigation are further described. In the conclusion, the individual goals of the research are commented on and procedures are established that will lead to greater development of reading literacy in natural history lessons. The results showed that less than 80% of the pupils from the research sample can work effectively with a science text and can search for the necessary...
Application of reading strategies in the development of reading literacy in the 3rd - 4th year of elementary school
The diploma thesis entitled Application of reading strategies in the development of reading literacy in the 3rd - 4th year of primary school deals with the application of reading strategies through created worksheets. The work is divided into theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part is focused on defining functional literacy, reading literacy and working with reading strategies. The practical part is focused on the creation of worksheets with the application of reading strategies and a focus on reading comprehension for pupils in the 3rd - 4th grades of elementary school.
Deep reading in literary education at high school
Kaizrová, Kristýna ; Komberec, Filip (advisor) ; Laufková, Veronika (referee)
This thesis deals with the teaching of literature in high school, focusing on deep reading. The theoretical part includes a more detailed definition of the concept of deep reading, looking for its place in the teaching of literature and links with literacy and empathy. The aim of the thesis was to prepare and teach several lessons in the high school during which students will have a space for deep reading. The starting point of the work is the book Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World by Maryanne Wolf, in which deep reading is described as a way to counteract the loss of empathy in our time, which she believes is one of the big problems of contemporary society. The thesis seeks to answer the question of how to design a high school literature class that focuses on deep reading.
Comics as a method for improvement of redaing skills in the teaching of german as foreign language
Neradová, Zuzana ; Kafka, Clemens (advisor) ; Botlík Nuc, Tomáš (referee)
An increase in reading competence proceeds in five stages, with the fifth stage being literary competence, in which readers can absorb and evaluate the entire emotional world of the story and all the implicit information it contains. Increasing reading competence has a positive impact on both overall language ability and intercultural competence. One possible method to increase reading literacy is through comics - pictorial or other characters arranged in spatial sequences to convey information and/or create an aesthetic effect on the viewer - which have several advantages such as short texts, context given by pictures or authentic language. Comics offer a direct method of delivery of the emotions contained in the text. To test the effectiveness of comic books in increasing literacy, an experiment was conducted with two adaptations of E.M. Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" - in a linguistically simplified version and in a literature comic form. The study showed that at A2 level, simple language books are more suitable for increasing reading literacy, as the measured increase in reading literacy was 20% higher for the students who worked with the linguistically simplified version than for those who worked with the literature comic. KEYWORDS Comics, Graphic Novel, Reading Literacy, All...

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