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Comparison of the media image of Martin Fenin in the Czech Republic and Germany
Schuster, Michael ; Lukšů, David (advisor) ; Macková, Veronika (referee)
This bachelor thesis consists of two parts. The first part is the practical part, which deals with a comparison of the media image of football player Martin Fenin in the Czech Republic and Germany, the two countries where he spent the main parts of his career. The comparison is based on the print media and compares the Czech and German view between the tabloid newspapers Blesk and Bild, as well as between the quality media Mlada fronta Dnes and the German Die Welt. The practical part of the work is supplemented by interviews with experts from the Czech and German media scene. As a very talented player, Martin Fenin had the promise to become one of the best football players Czech football has ever had. Due to injuries, but also due to many scandals and activities incompatible with a career of a professional athlete, his steeply rising career gradually started to take a downward trend and his talent remained unfulfilled. Due to the ongoing scandals, he is perceived by part of the public as a tabloid celebrity rather than as a top athlete. The second part is the theoretical part, which is the basis for the practical part and understanding it is central to the practical part.
Talent management ve vybrané firmě
Matyášová, Veronika
The bachelor thesis focuses on the use of the CliftonStrengths test as a tool to identify strengths in talent management. The literature search was devoted to de-fining the basic concepts associated with talent management and its entire process, and the CliftonStrengths test is described in more detail. The aim of this thesis is to suggest improvements to existing talent management processes so that positive practices are developed and bottlenecks are addressed. Recommendations were proposed based on the results of quantitative research using a questionnaire sur-vey. The use of the CliftonStrengths test as a tool to identify strengths has benefits not only for the company but also for the employees.
Nadaný žák na střední škole
Prajka, Jiří
This thesis focuses on the topic of talent and identification of gifted pupils. The theoretical part explains the concept of talent and characteristics of gifted pupils, their educational needs and problems that may arise during school attendance. Furthermore, the possibilities, methodologies and procedures that teachers and schools can use to support these pupils during the educational process are exa-mined. The second part of this bachelor thesis analyzes the attitude of teachers to the education of gifted pupils. Specifically, it is a quantitative research that was carried out by a questionnaire survey. The aim of this research was to find out how familiar teachers are with the issue of identifying gifted pupils and how they perceive the support of these pupils from the education system. The results of the research are then presented and analyzed in the empirical part of this work.
Support for gifted students at eight- or six-year grammar schools
Šimáčková, Anna ; Marádová, Eva (advisor) ; Kadrnožková, Monika (referee)
My thesis deals with the education and support of gifted and exceptionally gifted pupils at Czech multi-year gymnasia. The aim of the thesis is to find out how the support of gifted pupils is carried out in multi-year gymnasia we selected and what kind of teaching methods does teachers use when working with these pupils. The thesis consists of two parts. The first part summarizes findings on the issue of gifted students with an emphasis on their characteristics, identification and education. The course of the research investigation is described in the second part of the thesis. The results of the analysis of annual reports and school education programs of selected schools are evaluated here, and the results of the questionnaire survey are also discussed in this section. In addition to the form of support for gifted students at multi-year gymnasia, the connection between the form of support for gifted students with age, length of experience and teachers approval was also investigated. The conclusions of the research indicate that there is still insufficient support for gifted pupils. The methods that were mentioned most often by schools and by teachers are not very suitable for developing talents and supporting gifted students. KEYWORDS Giftedness, talent, gifted pupil, education of gifted pupils,...
Working with Floorball's Talented Youth in Czech Floorball
Bihuš, Martin ; Běhanová, Michaela (advisor) ; Dragounová, Zuzana (referee)
Title: The work with talented youth in the Czech floorball Objectives: The aim of this work is to reflect on management of talented youth in the association called Czech floorball, which is the representative and organizer of floorball in the Czech Republic and processing of course of the camp. Methods: In my thesis I used the observational method of direct observation for the most part. I also applied methods of theoretical knowledge, analysis and research of Czech and foreign literature. Results: Reflection on management of talented youth, that is based on participation at the camp for talented youth. The course of the camp was created and processed with mainly focusing on the main parts of the training units. Keywords: Floorball, talent, youth, Czech floorball, coach, training units.
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...
Science competitions
Táborská, Natálie ; Janštová, Vanda (advisor) ; Hlaváčová, Lucie (referee)
This bachelor thesis is about science competitions. The first part of the thesis focuses on the factors influencing participation in science competition. The factors have been divided into four groups, the first group focuses on the motivation of pupils and students to participate in competitions. The second group focuses on the school environment and the personality of the teacher, the third group includes the factors of leisure activities. The fourth group discusses family environment factors including the socio-economic status of student's family. The second part of the paper discuses the issue of low participation of women in science competitions with possible suggestions to increase the number of female competitors. The third part of the thesis takes a closer look at the implications of participation in science competitions. Participation in a competition can affect a student both positively and negatively, so this chapter has been divided into sub-sections of Benefits and Negative. The fourth part of the thesis focuses on the impact of science competitions on the pupil's future career. Competitions influence a student's choice of college and future career.
A pupil with extraordinary talent in primary school
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of exceptionally gifted pupils in the first stage of primary school. It is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. Its theoretical part is focused on illuminating the basic concepts associated with the topic of talent. Its aim is to introduce the basic types of talent and their possible combinations together, to characterize gifted and exceptionally gifted students, to state possible ways of their identification and to present principles and possibilities of work in their education, together with support in leisure activities. It also provides an overview of legislation that deals with the upbringing and education of the gifted. In the practical part, a survey was conducted with the help of interviews, together with an analysis of documents and subsequently case studies were prepared focusing on the needs of individual exceptionally gifted students, their parents and teachers in the entire educational process.
Gifted child in today's pre-school nursery
This bachelor's thesis deals with the topic of identifying gifted children within preschool education in kindergartens. The objective of the work is to find out whether teachers in kindergarten are able to identify gifted children and then their talents in a targeted manner further develop. It also focuses on how preschool educators perceive such a child, whether they know and possibly use targeted methods and practises for working with a gifted child. It maps whether teachers and parents are sufficiently informed about further possibilities of cooperation with professional institutions focused on development of gifted children. The theoretical part comprises of a basic theoretical background including a definition of the term talent and performance and education of a gifted child. In the practical part, a qualitative comparison and semi-structured interviews are used for the research survey. The survey is divided into two stages. First, kindergarten teachers are interviewed, then parents of gifted children. The results of both stages are summarized and compared. Answers to research questions are summarized in a conclusion.
Fulfilling gifted children's needs in the kindergarten (from parent's perspective)
The thesis aims to illustrate the concept of giftedness by looking at the characteristic of a gifted child, the relationship of the family and siblings of a gifted child, and the legislation in relation to the education of gifted children. The goal of the practical part is to monitor the experiences and attitudes of the parents in regard to the issue of upbringing and education of gifted and outstandingly gifted children in the family home environment, as well as in school facilities. The subsequent findings will be compared in relation to the actual situation.

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