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Pedagogická komunikace ve výuce odborného předmětu
Novotná, Martina
The bachelor's thesis is focused on pedagogical communication in teaching a professional subject from the perspective of a high school student. The work contains a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part aims to explain the concept of communication and divide communication into sub-forms. It also describes the relationship between the student and the teacher and specifies the rules of communication between the actors. It points out the level between teacher and student on their forms of communication and how the feedback takes place. The practical part of the work, processes and evaluates the questionnaire survey. Questionnaire, content of 15 closed questions, 1 semi-closed question and 3 open questions, which gave the respondents the opportunity to fully express their own opinion. The respondents were pupils of the 1st and 3rd year of the graduation field of Agribusiness. The questionnaire was filled in and sent back by 40 respondents, ie 100% of the respondents. The main goal of the survey was to find out the opinion on the way of communication of a selected teacher of a professional subject in teaching and outside it.
Communication with youth at-risk visiting Wolf club in Salesian youth centre České Budějovice
This bachelor thesis is focused on the types of communication between the workers and the youth at risk visiting the low treshold facility of Salesian youth centre in České Budějovice. We have identified the communication problems there, and the possibilities of their possible resolution.
Communication in Organizations
Tomíčková, Marta ; Šnýdrová, Ivana (advisor) ; Kopecký, Martin (referee)
6 Abstract This thesis aims to offer a comprehensive view of corporate communication while emphasizing its importance for everyday life of corporations and achievement of their strategic targets. The thesis introduces potential interpretations of corporate communication with the main focus on key moments of corporate communication as well as on consequences non-effective communication has on employee satisfaction and their life in the corporation. In the thesis I opted for the method of compilation and comparison of professional literature along with expert interviews which reveal the quality of internal communication in two selected corporations and prove one-sided view of communication inside corporations. The first part of the thesis provides a detailed look at characteristics of individual communication forms, knowledge of these characteristics being the cornerstone of further research in corporate communication. Besides, this part also describes the principles of active listening, a skill which is frequently omitted from the communication skill list. The second part deals with potential interpretations and divisions of corporate communication in professional literature and offers a thorough account of internal communication and its individual aspects. The following part looks at communication between...
Nonverbal communication during the job interview
Odobesco, Natalia ; Pacovská, Jasňa (advisor) ; Hrdlička, Milan (referee)
The theme of this thesis in nonverbal communication during the job interview. The work is divided into two main parts. The theoretical part focuses on the description of the basic types of nonverbal means, embedding them in a particular situation - for job interviews and the differences in the use of nonverbal means for women and men. In the practical part are described and evaluated the questionnaires. On it's basis it was established the role of nonverbal communication in job acquiring, nonverbal communication differences between men and women and its impact on communication interaction. In the end of this theses the research results are compared with theoretical base.
The Language of Instructors of Some Leisure Activities
Štěpánková, Kateřina ; Šebesta, Karel (advisor) ; Saicová Římalová, Lucie (referee)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is the language of sport leisure-time activities lecturers. It is aimed to pupils at the first grade (thereinafter ZŠ) and lecturers of kickbox and dance lessons. The first part of the thesis is written in general terms. It comes out from the literature about communication. It emphasizes the importance of pedagogical communication and its effect on the development of education and the cooperation among pupils and lecturers. The second part of the thesis is aimed to use of verbal and non-verbal communication in leisure-time activities.
Canine assisted therapy, a support in the development of social skills and communication of children with autism spectrum disorder
Mrzenová, Kateřina ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Zemková, Jaroslava (referee)
SUMMARY: This thesis deals with canine assisted therapy as a support in the development of social skills and communication of children with autism spectrum disorder and is based on the professional literature and analysis of the therapy's influence on the development of personality in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. The introduction describes autism spectrum disorders, emphasising their social characteristics and communication of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. The second part deals with canine assisted therapy, its methods and forms, as well as, its specific pedagogical use. The third part of the thesis studies the case of a boy with autism spectrum disorder who regularly attended canine assisted therapy. This thesis uses the following methodology: analysis of professional literature, participant observation, informal interview, questionnaire, video analysis and the case study data analysis. This thesis concludes in the finding that canine assisted therapy supports the development of social skills and non-verbal communication of children with autism spectrum disorder. The support of canine assisted therapy in the development of verbal communication of children with autism spectrum disorder was not proven. The results gained in this thesis may contribute to a more frequent use of...
Specifications in communication with children with autistic syndrome defect
Milsimerová, Andrea ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Dragomirecká, Eva (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on children with autistic spectre disorder. In particular, it deals with communication and its specific problems of the children. The theoretical part concentrates on different types of disorders, verbal and nonverbal communication of autistic children and problems occurring during the communication process. At the end, it introduces the Son-Rise program which is a home-education program for children with autistic spectre disorder. Its main goal is to establish and develop a relationship with the child. The program has been used for more than 30 years. The practical part includes a research and six case studies related to children with autistic spectre disorder. The aim of the thesis is to map and characterize the manner and development of communication of adults with children who have been diagnosed with autistic spectre disorder. It detects the main problems in communication process and recommends techniques how to strengthen the relationship between an adult and a child, no matter whether it concerns a parent, a social worker or a teaching assistant. The case studies contain reports of parents documenting how the communication of their child has developed. The case studies are based on interviews with parents, some of them on email communication as well. The...

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