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Popularity of the Characters among Children of Younger School Age, Their parents and Grandparents
Vaňková, Adéla ; Laufková, Veronika (advisor) ; Havlová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the popularity of characters in children's literature, among three generations - children, their parents and grandparents. The main goal of this diploma thesis is to find out how the popularity of the characters changed in individual generations. The work is divided into three main parts. The theoretical part contains several main units. In the first unit, the author deals with literature as such, its history, division and various literary genres, including different concepts of the character according to several authors, for example Daniela Hodrová, Bohumil Fořt, Chatman or Aristotle. In the second part, he presents the character, his characteristics, history and other types of characters in literature. The work then focuses on children's literature, its development, its history and the popularity of characters according to Jiří Trávníček's research, in which individual generations of readers and the phenomena associated with them are described, which will also be part of this work. Qualitative research is presented in the empirical part of this work. The chosen method is personal interviews with four different families. All respondents are divided according to place of residence, age, gender and education into several categories, which were subsequently compared...
Adaptation of 2-year-old children in children's group
Hýblerová, Karolína ; Sotáková, Hana (advisor) ; Presslerová, Pavla (referee)
In my master thesis, I deal with the specific development of two-year-old children. Specifically, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development. The second to third chapters focus on the history of the inclusion of two-year-olds in preschool, experts' opinions on whether it is appropriate for children to enter preschool at the age of two, and what options exist in the country for the inclusion of two-year-olds. The fourth chapter looks at the options available to parents in the Czech Republic when they want to place their two-year-old child in pre-school. The last - fifth chapter deals with adaptation as such. The practical part of the master thesis begins by setting the objectives, which are to analyse the adaptation plan of a particular children's group, to find out how the adaptation period is going for the 11 children from the particular children's group who were involved in the research. Last but not least, the research aims to figure out what could make the adaptation to the children's group easier for two-year- old children and their parents. In order to accomplish my goals, I drew on children's group attendance records, questionnaires from the children's parents, and most importantly, my participant observation. I also address general quality standards as well as the quality...
Comparison of public and private education in kindergartens
Šebová, Zora ; Švamberk Šauerová, Markéta (advisor) ; Špačková, Klára (referee)
Title of the Bachelor's Thesis: Comparison of public and private education in kindergartens Abstract: The main goal of the work is to compare education in public and private kindergartens - by comparing school maturity and readiness of preschool children attending both public and private kindergartens. The theoretical framework of the work is based on the characteristics of children of preschool age, the legislative definition of kindergartens and the description of individual educational programs of different types of kindergartens. The practical part of the work evaluates and summarizes results of research conducted through a questionnaire survey among parents of preschoolers in the capital city of Prague and provides answers to set research questions. Key words: Kindergarten, public kindergarten, private kindergarten, child, preschool age, school readiness, educational program, parents
The ideal first grade teacher trough the eyes of parents
Batelková, Dana ; Krčmářová, Tereza (advisor) ; Wildová, Radka (referee)
The thesis surveys the perspective of parents of children attending last class of nusery school and investigates what expectation they have about first grade teachers. The thesis is divided into two parts, the theoretical and the practical part. The theoretical part summarizes existing knowledge the main actors wiho are present in the pupil's transition to the first grade, which are the pupil, the family and the teacher. The practical part is focused on a mixed methods study. In the first part quantitative research is used questionnaire method, the research sample comprises the parents of preschool children. The responses reflext the respondent's opinions about idea about first grade teacher in primary school. First grade teachers react to this parent's idea. The semi-structured group interview method is used to find out whether the parent's ideas seem realistic to them and if they satisfy or prove to satisfy this idea about first grade teacher in primary school. The aims of the thesis is to ascertain, how looks the teacher's ideal by parents, which characteristics parents prefer in relation to pupils and parents and how the first grade teachers react on these ideas. Parent's preferences were collected to image of ideal first grade teacher which was presented to first grade teachers, who expressed...
The role of the paediatric nurse in vaccination
Current situation: Nowadays, we can more often meet parents who refuse expectations for their child. For other parents, it is not clear how they should behave when offered standard and above-standard vaccinations. They do not have enough information, or they have too much information, often purposeful, often inaccurate, or, on the contrary, expert but not understandable to the general public. Aim of the study: The aim of the research was to determine the current role of the paediatric nurse in the vaccination process, to assess their role in providing information to parents, to identify the barriers encountered by paediatric nurses in the vaccination process and, last but not least, to assess the level of parental awareness of vaccination. Methodology: For the quantitative research, non-standardized questionnaires were used. The questionnaires were distributed via social networks and also in paper form in the South Bohemia region. 215 questionnaires were obtained and processed as part of the survey. Qualitative analysis was carried out using semi-structured interviews. Nurses working in primary care at PLDDs in České Budějovice and Třeboň participated in the interviews. Results: The quantitative part of the survey found that parental awareness is high and parents often seek information about vaccination themselves. Out of the total 215 respondents, only 6 (3%) respondents do not vaccinate. The biggest reasons for not vaccinating are concerns about the reaction. Related to this is the question about fear of side effects, to which 111 (52%) of the 215 respondents answered that they were concerned. Paediatric nurses play a very important role in the vaccination process from education, storage, preparation, administration of the vaccine to monitoring the child after vaccination. From the qualitative survey, it was assessed that the key role of the pediatric nurse lies in the education of both children and adults. The results of the quantitative survey also agree with this. Conclusion: It is very important not to stop vaccination education. Parental education is therefore very important and should be started as soon as possible.
Care for children with autism spectrum disorders in the home environment
The bachelor thesis deals with the care for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in the home environment. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The historical development, classification, characteristics, etiology, clinical picture, diagnosis and therapy of autism spectrum disorders are discussed in the theoretical part. The most important chapter of this theoretical part is family and care in the home environment. It describes a family and a child with ASD, as well as homesharing, needs, the role of the paediatric nurse in care and specifics in the area of self-care. The practical part and the objectives are focused on the specifics of care in the home environment, the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders and also how the paediatric nurse participates in the care. A qualitative research method was used to conduct the research using semi-structured interviews with eight mothers and two paediatric nurses. The interviews were recorded anonymously on a dictaphone and then transcribed into written form. The survey results were coded using the "pencil and paper" method, and nine categories and several subcategories were subsequently created. Specifically, the following categories were created: Diagnosis, Information Resources about Care, Care in the Home Environment, Homesharing, Reactions to Change and Strangers, Communication, Needs, Specifics of Care in the Home Environment and Paediatric Nurse and Care for a Child with ASD. The results are divided into well-arranged charts and diagrams The research showed that the care of children with ASD in the home environment is individual and often demanding. Mothers also reported that they were not satisfied with the information about home care because no one talked to them about this issue. The most common problem is self-care because most children with ASD need help with everything, whether it is dressing, eating, going to the toilet or hygiene. Another specificity in the care is hypersensitivity, for example to various colours, shapes or materials. Communication with these children is also very hard, as they communicate especially in a non-verbal or visual way through the use of special objects. Also the observance of rituals before sleeping or eating is very specific for children with ASD. The children with ASD have biological, social and psychological needs. In many cases, however, these children with ASD do not feel the biological needs, so their parents have to look after them. The paediatric nurses participate in the care by educating the parents and trying to support them in whatever is needed. If a child with ASD visits a General practitioner's surgery for children and adolescents or a dentist's surgery, the nurse should always try to respect the child's rituals.
How Educators of a Selected Elementary School Perceive Their Work in Respect to Their Former Ideals?
The diploma thesis deals with the question of how different pedagogical staff (teachers, school club educators, and teaching assistants) of a selected primary school perceive and experience their work in contrast with the ideas they had about the pedagogical profession. The core of the thesis is qualitative research (interviews with eleven respondents). The introduction presents the researcher's personal view of the subject before carrying out the research. The methodology and the course of the research are described in more detail in the second chapter. Next, the research findings are presented. The following topics were identified in the respondents' narrative: the feeling of lack of preparedness, (non)sharing of materials and aids, attitudes towards parents, colleagues and pupils.
Reflection on the concept of reproductive health education in primary education.
Scheithauerová, Lenka ; Marádová, Eva (advisor) ; Kovaříková, Miroslava (referee) ; Šulová, Lenka (referee)
The research yielded in the field fails to explain how reproductive health education has been implemented in primary schools during the 1990s, and how it fulfilled the initial expectations with which it was introduced, from the perspective of its participants. The objective of the presented dissertation is to propose further potential steps towards the advancement of this domain and to identify topics suitable for further research in the field of reproductive health education on the basis of a survey of available sources, current research and presented research. The project examines the issue through the perspective of respondents from two countries: the Czech Republic and Spain. These two European nations implemented reproductive health education during the same period, yet with distinct approaches. Spain, with its strong Catholic tradition, contrasts with the Czech Republic, which registers a relatively low proportion of individuals with declared religious affiliation, according to statistical data from the Czech Statistical Office (ČSÚ) in 2021. The research participants consist of current adolescents and young adults aged 15 to 26 from the Czech Republic and Spain, who attended primary school during the systematic introduction of reproductive health education. The study aimed to investigate how...

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