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Vliv skautingu na adolescenty pohledem rodičů
Prajková, Kristýna
This bachelor's thesis deals with the influence of scouting on adolescents from the perspective of parents. The aim of the research is to understand how participation in a scouting organization affects the behavior and development of adolescents. To achieve this goal, interviews were conducted with parents of children who attend or have attended a scouting organization. In the methodological part, a qualitative method of data collection was used through structured interviews with parents. Interview data were analyzed using thematic coding, which allowed for the identification of major themes and patterns in parents' responses. Research results indicate that scouting has a positive effect on teenagers. Parents report that participating in the Scouting organization helps their children develop social skills, cooperation and personal growth. Scouting also promotes the formation of strong social bonds and provides an environment for teenagers to express themselves and learn new skills.
Motivation for scout education and and its impact on the lives of adult leaders
Půtová, Veronika ; Kříž, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Veteška, Jaroslav (referee)
This thesis focuses on scout education and its benefits for adult scout leaders. In the theoretical part, the theoretical basis is first mentioned, focusing on the concept of lifelong learning, the inclusion of scout education in this concept and the motivation for adult education. Next, the characteristics and the history of world and czech scouting are described, followed by the principles of scouting, age categories and the scout educational method, which introduce the way of educational work in czech scout. Subsequently, the theoretical part mentions the Junák - český skaut organization, the education that is implemented within this organization and is essential for the research part of this thesis. The main aim of the research part is to identify the impact of educational courses on the life of a scout leader and to describe how educational courses are handled in different scout teams. This aim is achieved through qualitative research, in which semi-structured interviews are conducted to explore the impact of scout courses on the scout, personal and professional life of the adult leader, the motivation to také scout educational courses and the third area of interest is how educational courses are handled within the scout team and centre. Additional questions are also answered concerning, for...
Determination of criteria for the selection of football talents for the position of central midfielder in selected formations
Valta, Marek ; Kaprálková, Michaela (advisor) ; Šíma, Jan (referee)
Title: Determination of criteria for the selection of football talents for the position of central midfielder in selected formations Objectives: The main aim of this work is to compile a list of the most important criteria, which will allow identifying football talents in the U15 category playing the position of central midfielder in selected game systems from the perspective of the representative agency. Methods: Qualitative and quantitative research methods were used to create a list of the most important criteria for selecting football talents. In the first phase of the research, semi-structured interviews were conducted with player agents and scouts, which brought a unique insight into the issue of identifying talents and their subsequent care. Based on previous research, a list of criteria observed in a central midfielder was compiled. It was consequently narrowed by scaling each criteria into the final form of the most important criteria for the identification of football talents in the U15 category playing as a central midfielder in selected formations. Results: The result of the diploma thesis is the compilation of a list of the most important criteria, which will enable the identification of football talents in the U15 age category for the position of central midfielder in selected...
The use of scouting elements at primary school
Marková, Anna ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Zemanová, Blanka (referee)
This thesis analyses primary education and the current trend of environmental education. It focuses on Scout and its educational approach. The starting points and educational principles of scouting are related to the current popular trends in education at primary schools. The Učíme se venku program and Real World Learning were chosen as similar effective environmental approaches that seek to have the same impact on pupils' attitudes and values. The Step by Step program was added to the thesis for the purpose of conducting research in the activity centres. Scout's methods and outlooks on education coincide with these approaches and with the Framework Education Programme in pedagogical goals, such as evolving the pupil's attitudes and values, a partnership approach, a positive relationship with nature and the upbringing of a democratic citizen. The theoretical part of the thesis aims to present the Scout's educational method and to compare it with other environmental programs and the Framework Education Programme, to establish where they agree and where they differ. The aim of the practical part is to find out how it is possible to use the individual elements of these directions in teaching at primary schools. The research results indicate the benefits of using elements of scouting for teaching at...
Elements of scout education in the childcare
Poustevníková, Jitka ; Hanková, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Králová, Kateřina (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The thesis deals with the benefits of elements of scouting in the after-school club. The aim of the thesis is to design and verify an educational project for the after-school club, where the Scout idea will be interconnected with education in the after-school club. The program works with detailed preparation of individual activities serving as material for governesses in after-school clubs, scout leaders or teacher in leisure facilities. In the theoretical part I characterize the after-school club, its goals, mission and functions in the context of leisure time pedagogy. Furthermore, I describe the intellectual foundations of Scouting, the main principles and goals and also the Scout methodology. In the last charter of the theoretical part, the educational program in the after-school club will be compared with the Scout methodology so that there are clear common elements between them that will be used in the creation of the project in the practical part of the bachelor thesis. The practical part of the thesis consists of a project for the after-school club containing elements of scout educational work. At the same time, the project was tested on a specific group of children in the after-school club. The outputs show that the project is beneficial for children and governesses in the after-school...
Scout troops in times of totalitarianism in Bohemia
The thesis deals with the history of scouting in Bohemia, especially focusing on its functioning in totalitarian goverments. The first chapter deals with the formation of scouting in the world and its foreign founders, the second chapter continues with the formation of scouting in our country and its Czech founder. In other chapters, scouting in Bohemia is described in individual time periods. These are divided into the period of the First World War, the occupation of Czechoslovakia (this chapter also includes a brief description of the interwar period), then the years 1948-1970, and finally the period after 1970 until the Velvet Revolution (1989). In the next chapter, the difference between the Junák and Pionýr organizations is explained, especially according to their laws. The thesis also deals with the personality of Jaroslav Foglar and his influence on Czech scouting. The last chapters are dedicated to the history of a specific troop, Třináctka Opařany, which also includes memories of witnesses from this troop for the period after 1970.
The Use of Elements of Scouting to Socialize the Child in Kindergarten
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to verify elements of scouting in the socialization process of four-to-fiveyear-old children in kindergarten. The secondary aim was to create an intervention programme focused on the use of scouting in kindergarten. Four-to-five-year-old children from a particular kindergarten were selected for the research and were randomly divided into two groups. Once per week the experimental group completed an intervention program with elements of scouting for three months. This group was tested three times during this time. The control group did not join the intervention program; the group only participated in the testing three times. The used methods were the Vineland Social Maturity Scale (Kožený, 1973) and the Developmental Social Skills Scale (Bednářová & Šmardová, 2015). In evaluating the Vineland Social Maturity Scale (Kožený, 1973) the thesis focuses on children's social inclusion competence. At the end of the intervention program the experimental group demonstrated 2,5 points better social integration than the control group according to the Vineland Social Maturity Scale (Kožený, 1973). When assessing the Developmental Social Skills Scale (Bednářová & Šmardová, 2015), the experimental group achieved a bigger increase in "handles independently" responses by 6 social skills items compared to the control group. Although both groups were continuously developing socially throughout the period, the intervention programme with scouting elements resulted in more remarkable results in the socialisation of four to five years old children.
Leisure time during the First Republic from the cultural history point of view
This bachelor´s thesis deals with the issue of leisure time during the first Czechoslovak republic, is in the 1920s and 1930s. It is based on approaches and knowledge of cultural history. In its introductory part, it provides an overview of basic terms, from the concept of leisure time to the concept of cultural history. The main goal of this work is to show and describe given contents of a free time during the first republic, especially related to the stay in nature and care of a human body. The following chapters cover these topics: travelling, tourism, scouting, tramping, summer apartments, spas and sport organizations.
Porovnávání hodnot a ideálů prvorepublikových skautských organizací
This bachelor thesis focuses on Czech scouting in the interwar period. The object of research are three First Republic scouting organizations, namely the Union of Scouts of the Czechoslovak Republic, the Association of Socialist Scouts, and the Czechoslovak Community of Freedom Scouts. The aim is to compare the differences between the professed values and ideals of these organizations. The research is carried out by analysing articles from magazines published by these organizations during this period. The theoretical part describes the history of English and Czech scouting up to 1939, including the organizations under study, and then puts into context the issue of scouting values and ideals laid down by the founder of the scout movement himself. In the empirical part, the methodology, aim and research questions of the thesis are described and then the actual comparison of values and ideals of Scouting organisations is carried out. The conclusion summarisizes the findings and attempts to answer the research questions posed.

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