Course: Actual Czech language Issues

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Course title Actual Czech language Issues
Course code KPR/4749
Organizational form of instruction Lesson
Level of course Master
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
  • Šindelářová Jaromíra, doc. PaedDr. CSc.
Course content
1. Selected GENERAL-linguistic communication terms of their use in primary school. 2. The national language Czech (Czech origin, inflectional language Czech, the beginnings of literary Czech, Czech national literary language - ungrammatical, the trend of contemporary literary Czech, communication barriers mother tongue of biolingvistického terms). 3rd Vocabulary Czech (lexical means of expression literary Czech, lexicology, arrangement, composition breakdown of vocabulary, stylistic stratification naming resources Czech). The lexicon of Czech language (acceptance, derivation, folding shortening words). Czech word-formation processes (derivation, composition, shortening). 4. Communication language, speech, neřečová. Breakdown Czech language system (audio, video, semantic level language). Character means of literary Czech. Paradigmatic relations Words flexible. 5th Czech spoken - phonetics (segmental phonemic system - phonemic system suprasegmental). Czech Writing - phonetics. 6th Theory of word structure. Word class - functional morphology. Word form - Formal morphology. 7. the composition (modal sentence structure - the communicative functions of utterances). Track - syntagmatika. Types of Sentence-member dependency. 8. Skladba - Jednoduchá Veta slovesná. Souvětí souřadné, podřadné a složené. 10. Literární Druhy a žánry. 11. Literatura pro děti a mládež v 19. 20. století. 12. Světová literatura pro děti a mládež. 13. Ústní lidová slovesnost Jako Součást folkloru. Dětský folklor. 14. Práce s Původní ústní lidovou slovesností (povest, bajka, Pohádka), poezii pro děti a mládež.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Learning outcomes
The course follows in disciplines of contemporary Czech language, literature for children and youth and didactics, which the students met in the department of Czech Studies during the study. Discipline is intended for students who are preparing for the final state examination in the Czech language and literature for children and youth with didactics. Students should thus demonstrate comprehensive knowledge in selected topical issues of the issue field, obtained in the course of their studies. On the basis of their knowledge and skills in the subject of creating a comprehensive view of children's literature and mother tongue, its functioning and communication in primary education. In the literature for children and youth is attention focused on questions of literary theory, contemporary authors, children's magazines and current cultural activities in society and school environment.
In the field of knowledge to student well versed in literature, the basic terminology of linguistic and literary, can correctly describe and explain the most important linguistic and literary concepts and is able to comprehensively evaluate the most important features of the current mother tongue and children's literature. Didactic knowledge will enable the student correctly describe the most important features and principles of language and literature at the first grade of primary school (including special schools), to justify the specific features of the Czech language teaching, composition and literature in primary school. Student also be able to describe and evaluate the importance of linguistic, stylistic, literary and communication training for personality development of pupils in primary education. In the area of skills listener can conveniently use the basic concepts of linguistic and literary field, a comprehensive assessment of the correctness of their use when working with pupils of primary school age and choose the appropriate methodology (including alternative approaches) that pupils are able to meet the expected outcomes / goals by RVP / SEP BE. He can coordinate various activities in the classroom and in detail to analyze problematic grammatical and literary phenomena in the curriculum for first grade of primary school.
The subject requires no specific prerequisites.

Assessment methods and criteria
The ability to comprehensively manage basic knowledge of Czech grammar and literature for children and youth in the range of university education and the ability to apply them in school practice in primary school. Credit requirements: active participation in seminars, preparation and presentation of two seminar papers (language and literature) on the current topic to the issue of discipline; preparation of the portfolio at the SFE
Recommended literature
  • Brabcová, R. a kol. Didaktika českého jazyka pro studium učitelství na prvním stupni základní školy. Praha, 1990..
  • Čechová, M. - Chloupek. J. a kol. Současná stylistika. 1997.
  • Čechová, M. - Styblík, V. Čeština a její vyučování. Praha: SPN, 1998.
  • Čechová, M. a kol. Čeština - řeč a jazyk. Praha, ISV, 2000.
  • Čeňková, J. - Sieglová, N. - Dejmalová, K. Vývoj literatury pro děti a mládež a její žánrové struktury. Praha: Portál, 2006.

Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Category of Branch/Specialization Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty: Faculty of Education Study plan (Version): Teaching in Primary Schools (A14) Category: Pedagogy, teacher training and social care 5 Recommended year of study:5, Recommended semester: Summer