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Problematics in text Writing in Foreign Languages at Czech Secondary Schools with Specialization in Russian
Drebitková Malá, Alena
The dissertation analyses how to approach teaching of writing skills in Russian language at Czech secondary schools. In the theoretical part I define what a "writing skill" is. I focus on the linguistic, psycholinguistic and didactic aspects of the teaching of writing. I explain attitudes to writing skills in different teaching methods in history and nowadays. After that I set out the requirements for testing writing skills in some of the most common documents: Common European Framework for Languages, European Language Portfolio, international exams in Russian language ТРКИ (Тест русского языка как иностранного) or TORFL (Test of Russian as a Foreign Language) and the state final exam in Russian language at Czech secondary schools. In the practical part, I first analyse selected Czech and Russian textbooks for grammar schools to compare their approach towards teaching writing skills in native languages: Czech and Russian. Then I set out analysis of Czech textbooks used in the Czech Republic for teaching Russian, focusing in particular on the exercises used to teach writing. After that, I evaluate answers from two questionnaires that I gave to secondary school graduates and teachers of Russian. My goal was to understand the issues they face and any problems they experience in practice when learning...
Radicalization of Prague Students in the 1930s
Müller, Jiří
This thesis deals with the transformation of social and political behavior of Prague students in the 1930's. The work follows the requirements and expectations of students. Their unfulfilled view reveals the dissatisfaction of students, which led to the escalation of student clear-cut political and social views. The thirties brought in a student movement onset of extreme nationalist, but also left-wing tendencies of both the Czech and the German side. The work is based on the documents of student faculty associations, the student journals and memoir texts. The aim is to analyze, against whom was directed the dissatisfaction of students, which ideas had students about the proper organization of the state and society, what were the differences in political and social thought between the faculties and student groups and how were students percieved by society. Work is also interested in what influence on stduents movement had the clash Czech, German and Jewish students in Prague. How was influenced the students thinking of their social status and how identified the individual student associations. The work aims to contribute to the completion of the image of interwar czechoslovak society.
The Outbound Mobility of Higher Education Students from Kazakhstan
Otemurat, Arailym ; Kohoutek, Jan (advisor) ; Smidová, Michaela (referee)
As many other young and developing countries, Kazakhstan is also trying to implement various educational reforms to get stabilized and improve its education system after the collapse of the USSR. Respectively, the country carried out certain reforms and internationalization projects in higher education system to move and keep pace with today's globalized and internationalized times. However, an insufficient number of researches have been carried through to investigate and analyze the follow - ups of the internationalization process and its consequent outbound mobility specifics. This particular research paper explores the higher education internationalization projects implemented by Kazakhstan, and their subsequent dynamics, figures, funding, and many other detailed data. Moreover, it investigates both explicit and implicit factors impacting the outbound mobility of Kazakhstani higher education students on the basis of both qualitative and quantative methods, giving certain recommendations how to tackle the obstacles successfully. Keywords: education, higher education, internationalization, outbound mobility of students Annotace Stejně jako množství jiných mladých a rozvojových zemí se Kazachstán taký snaží provést různé vzdělávací reformy, aby mohl stabilizovat a zlepšit svůj vzdělávací systém po...
Abortion - from the view of secondary school students in Czech republic
Henzlová, Veronika ; Kulhavá, Miluše (advisor) ; Šimonová, Daniela (referee)
Insufficiently effective planned parenthood leads to unwanted pregnancies, which often end in induced abortion. Prevention is important especially for young people, so my bachelor's thesis focuses on the issue of abortion from the perspective of secondary school students in the Czech Republic. The thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part-research. In the theoretical part, I tried to create a clear source of information about abortion. I started with a general history and history in the Czech Republic, then briefly described the intrauterine development of the fetus, the reasons that can lead women to abortion, methods, possible complications, various aspects of the issue, other ways to deal with unwanted pregnancies and last but not least the prevention of unwanted pregnancies, which includes sex education and contraception. I obtained all this information from professional literature and professional articles. In the practical part, I presented the main goal and six sub-goals. To achieve the goals, I chose an online questionnaire survey, which was attended by 309 students from various secondary schools in the Czech Republic. The main goal of my research was to find out their awareness of abortion. In the partial goals, I tried to found out the students' opinion on this issue, whether...
Students' use of cocaine in universities and colleges of Prague: questionnaire survey
Tichá, Laura ; Kuda, Aleš (advisor) ; Minařík, Jakub (referee)
Background: Recreational usage of cocaine in Prague has been increasing in the last few years, especially in the population of young adults within social events. Prevalence (the percentage of population affected by certain conditions or diseases in specific time frames) of cocaine use amongst students in universities and colleges has not yet been researched in Czech Republic. Aim: The main aim is to map the prevalence of cocaine use amongst students in universities and colleges of Prague. Secondarily, research aims to pattern of usage and difference in prevalence of cocaine use given the difference between their field of study. Methods: The data was collected through quantitative questionnaire survey. In total 1366 surveys were collected. This is compiled 554 surveys were conducted from bachelor students, 594 from master students and 218 from college students. Results: From results, we can see that lifetime prevalence of cocaine use in population of students in universities and colleges of Prague is 22 %. 42 % of students that used cocaine had used cocaine in the last year and 34 % of students used cocaine in the last thirty days. Usage of cocaine is more prevalent at field of art studies, with 46 % of students having experience with cocaine in contrast with fields of studies such as technologies...
Sedentary behavior of students from a military specialization
Vencl, Pavel ; Větrovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Heller, Jan (referee)
Title: Mapping the context of sedentary behavior of Military Field university students Objectives: The aim of my bachelor thesis is to map the social, environmental and psychological correlates of sedentary behavior of Military Field university students using the event-based Ecological Momentary Assessment method (immediate assessment in the natural environment based on a physical behavior event) employing Fitbit activity monitor. Methods: Empirical-theoretical methods were used and the data were collected with repeated electronic surveys during seven days. The study sample consisted of professional soldiers who were students of military physical education at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport at Charles University in Prague. A total of 16 men born between 1995 - 2000 participated in the assessment (20-25 years). The surveys were triggered by sedentary episodes lasting at least 30 minutes that were detected by Fitbit activity monitor. Each survey consisted of five branched questions about the place, activity, other people, and feeling of fatigue related to the episode of sitting. Results: A total of 360 surveys were triggered, of which 293 were responded (81 %). Most episodes of sitting were recorded at home (195/293, i.e. 67 %), where the most common activities included watching the...
Attitudes and awarenses of students UK FTVS about darts.
Chládek, Filip ; Janák, Vladimír (advisor) ; Pecinová, Markéta (referee)
Title: Attitudes and awareness of students UK FTVS about darts Objectives: The main goal of this bachelor thesis is to find out attitudes and awareness of UK FTVS's students about darts. There are also other goals - testing students's knowledge about darts and description of darts' history and culture. Methods: As far as research, quantitative method of questionare survey was used. Students were asked to answer eighteen questions which were based on operalization and approved pilotage. The other used method was in-depth interview. Topics of the problematics were discused on the basis of half-structured interviews, led by qualified experts. The working out of theorethic part was done by studying of specialized literature and internet pages or articles and also by information from interviews with experts. Results: The survey showed the majority does not understand darts as a professional sport but as a kind of entertaiment, Almost everybody has already played darts and more than half would take part in some tournament. Students seem to have quite good knowledge about darts as well. The results revealed certain interest of students in darts, slightly above-average awareness and mostly positive attitude. Keywords: darts, sport, attitudes, awareness, students
Critical thinking of high school students - method of verification of the news
Mališová, Iva ; Miessler, Jan (advisor) ; Wolák, Radim (referee)
Thesis "Critical thinking of high school students - the method of verification of the news" focuses on the analysis of the media literacy of Czech high school students. The aim of the work was to find out how students validate information and whether they do so at all. I also focused on their critical thinking of the news and if they are able to recognize misinformation. I divided this thesis into two parts - theoretical part and the analysis. In the theoretical part, I focused on media concepts, issues of the digital media era and the inclusion of media education in the curriculum. I divided the research into two parts - quantitative and qualitative. In the first part of the research, I sent a questionnaire to the students from various high schools. I got 339 responses. Then I went deeper into the topic and did individual interviews with a sample of 11 students. The results of the questionnaire survey revealed that students are able to work with various sources of information, in most of them verify reports, and almost all can recognize misinformation. Due to the already conducted research of media literacy in the Czech Republic, I did not expect this positive result. However, in individual interviews in which I treated the respondents more in depth, the weaknesses of their media education became...

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