Teaching Chess - Step by Step - Book 2
176 Seiten, kartoniert, Russel, 3. Auflage 2013, Erstauflage 2006
Aus der Reihe »Teaching Chess - Step by Step«
This book is designed to be a companion of Book 1, Teaching Chess Step by Step - Teacher’s Manual.
It contains a series of exercises designed to reinforce the knowledge that children gain from the teacher’s presentations in the classroom.
The exercises were designed for beginners and require a minimum of explanation. The solution may be written in chess notation or drawn on the board.
The teacher can use the exercises for presentation in class or as homework.
They are designed for individual or group use.
With respect to homework, it is advised that during the class the teacher shows some examples that are slightly modified versions of the exercises in the book, so the children will gain some understanding of the subject matter and what is asked of them.
The series Teaching Chess, Step by Step consists of 3 volumes:
1. Teacher's Manual
Together they give you the most thorough and complete curriculum for teaching chess.
From the foreword by Garry Kasparov:
These series of books is the fruit of the combined experience of writers and an editor from the fiels of education and chess. I believe that by exposing the children to the game of chess through the system offered in this manual, we create a wonderful opportunity for providing new stimuli to children studying the program.
This will help them develop positive thinking, support their essential studies, and train them in desired patterns of behaviour for a constructive society.
Igor Khmelnitsky is an International Master and author of the best-selling books Chess Exam and Training Guide and Chess Exam and Training Guide: Tactics.
Michael Khodarkovsky is an experienced chess instructor and executive director of the Kasparov Chess Foundation.
Michael Zadorozny is an experienced chess instructor and author of the best-selling book Learning to Checkmate.
|Autor||Igor KhmelnitskyMichael KhodarkovskyMichael Zadorozny|
|Reihe||Teaching Chess - Step by Step|
|Jahr der Erstauflage||2006|
008 #1 ORIGINS OF CHESS
010 #2 NAMING THE CHESS SQUARES
017 #3 NAMES OF THE PIECESIINITIAL SET-UP
023 #4 HOW THE PAWNS MOVE
028 #5 PLAYING THE PAWN GAME
033 #6 HOW THE ROOK MOVES
037 #7 HOW THE BISHOP MOVES
041 #8 HOW THE QUEEN MOVES
045 #9 HOW THE KNIGHT MOVES
049 #10 HOW THE KING MOVES/CHECK & CHECKMATE
058 #11 CASTLING
062 #12 CHECKMATE WITH TWO ROOKS
064 #13 QUEEN AND ROOK: STALEMATES AND CHECKMATES
066 #14 ILLEGAL MOVES
070 #15 KING AND QUEEN VS. KING MATE
076 #16 DRAWS - LESSON A
078 #17 DRAWS - LESSON B
083 #18 PAWN PROMOTIONS
085 #19 ENPASSANT
087 #20 RULES OF PROPER DEVELOPMENT
096 #21 SURRENDERING THE CENTER
098 #22 STARTING A CHESS GAME
100 #23 CHESS NOTATION
102 #24 KING SAFETY
105 #25 BAD MOVES IN THE OPENING
106 #26 MOVING THE QUEEN OUT TOO EARLY
107 #27 SCHOLAR'S MATE
109 #28 DOUBLE ATTACKS/FORKS
114 #29 PINS
120 #30 QUEEN & BISHOP MATES/QUEEN & ROOK MATES
128 #31 BACK RANK MATES
132 #32 X-RAYS
134 #33 REMOVING THE GUARD
136 #34 DISCOVERED & DOUBLE ATTACKS AND CHECKS
138 #35 DOUBLE ATTACKS WITH THREAT OF MATE
140 #36 PAWNS - GOOD AND BAD
144 #37 NAMES OF THE OPENINGS
147 #38 SCOTCH OPENING
149 #39 THE PETROFF DEFENSE
151 #40 ITALIAN OPENING WITH "FRIED LIVER ATTACK"
153 #41 HAVING FUN WITH CHESS PUZZLES
172 ABOUT THE AUTHORS