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Intimacy as a topic for preschool children
The bachelor thesis addresses the issue of intimacy as a topic for preschool children in kindergartens. The theoretical part provides an insight into different conceptions of intimacy and the terms associated with it, which will be further used for the practical part. It also looks at the physical and mainly psychological development of the preschool child, particularly in relation to intimacy. It also focuses on three well-known theories of human needs, specifically according to Abraham Maslow, Zdeněk Matějček and the Pesso family. It then subjects these to comparison and finds connections between them and the themes of intimacy, demonstrating their interrelatedness and importance for the healthy development of the preschool child. The theoretical part also pays attention to whether the topic of intimacy finds its rightful place in preschool education and how it is included in the curriculum. The practical part presents the planning, implementation and evaluation of a week-long project that aims to sensitively introduce the topic of intimacy to preschool children using the principles of Philosophy for Children. The core element of this project is an original children's book, which is intended to serve as a suitable didactic material for kindergarten teachers in the field of the above-mentioned issue.
Design of Diagnostic System for Small Transport Aircraft
Harasim, Tomáš ; Bencalík, Karol (referee) ; Třetina, Karel (advisor)
Due to the airliners and aircraft operators pressure on reducing the operating costs, the diagnostic systems are included in aircraft, so that the wearness of single functional elements of other functional systems can be monitored. This monitoring can save money, that are usually spent on maintenance and especially, it leads to an increase of the overall safety of aircraft operations. The task of this work is to design a diagnostic system for small transport aircraft. For the right and proper design, is the correct understanding of the functions of each part on aircraft systems needed. The part of this work is attended to the selection procedure of appropriate diagnostic parameters, next section deals with the suitable options of their scanning. I do mention the summary of the chosen diagnostic parameters for the scanning and the recomended ways of their measuring.
Storage media for data archiving
Šicner, Jakub ; Krajsa, Ondřej (referee) ; Lambertová, Petra (advisor)
This dissertation explains the problem of archiving data based on the media used. Different information carriers and their properties are described in relation with their construction and read and write methods. Depending on write method on individual medium, this part is divided into two main areas. Last part deals with architecture of redundant arrays of independent disks and their standard levels. According to principles of the independent disk array activity, the properties as well as advantages and disadvantages of specific level are discussed.
Bělunková, Barbora ; Boháč, Ivo (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The proposed building is the function of housing, cafes, libraries and reading rooms of rentable space. The building is designed five small flats. The house is composed of three parts. Reinforced concrete L-shaped tract. Consoles that are stuck in carrying wing. Glass facade, which fills the space around konzol.Na construction materials are used reinforced concrete, steel, glass and sheet metal.
Provisional Constellation 2015
Kadlčák, Šimon ; Vítková,, Lenka (referee) ; Cenek, Filip (advisor)
The book Boční pohled na zatmění Slunce (Side View on Solar Eclipse) is an artistic attempt to articulate own creative methodology. Simple verbal declamations, quotations from books and conceptual sketches may be understood as a headword complement to my work of past few years. If the reader is, by any reason, unacquainted to that work, the book should work as an autonomous poetical unit.
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...
Motivation to read books for first-year high school students
Reichmannová, Nikola ; Komberec, Filip (advisor) ; Starý, Karel (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on reading, its support, and development among 1st-grade students in secondary schools, taking into account the requirements placed on students in relation to the final exam. Its goal is to outline some possibilities for appropriately motivating students to read in order to develop a positive attitude towards reading, and to provide inspiration for future graduates to engage with the relatively demanding ancient and medieval texts that are typically part of the curriculum at the beginning of their studies. The introductory chapters map the centrally set educational content of literary communication in secondary education as part of the Czech Language and Literature educational field, the position of reading and reading literacy in curricular documents, comparative research on reading, and professional opinions on literature education in Czech secondary schools. This is followed by a section dedicated to selected motivational means and methods that can be used within literature education to strengthen students' motivation for reading books and texts. The thesis concludes with examples of teaching lessons prepared on the topics of the oldest literature and their subsequent reflection after actual implementation in the educational process. These examples demonstrate that...
Development of reading in students with intellectual disability
Prudká, Lenka ; Němec, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Valešová Malecová, Barbara (referee)
The diploma thesis Development of reading in students with intellectual disability is a special pedagogical topic that extends to all areas of the life of a person with an intellectual disability. The theoretical part offers an insight into the issue of reading and reading interests among students with intellectual disabilities, the area of reading and reading interests, pre-reading is brought up, teaching reading methods, supporting reading and reading interests, basic information about a person with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities and education of persons with intellectual disabilities. The research part is prepared on the basis of qualitative research. The main method of qualitative research was semi-structured interviews, supplemented by unstructured participant observation. The aim of the diploma thesis is to describe and evaluate the support of reading and the development of reading among students with moderate and severe intellectual disability at a particular special elementary school. In the research part, research questions, methodologies, research findings and a summary of the research are determined. The diploma thesis offers methods and procedures for the development of reading and reading interests in a particular special elementary school. Methods and procedures are...

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