An instructional workbook containing 434 carefully selected problems presented in worksheet format. Chess Tactics For Students has been extensively field tested with elementary, middle-school, and high-school students over a four-year period. A versatile design makes this book ideal for independent seat work and homework as well as for chess club and classroom instruction. The worksheet format enables self correction with minimal dependence on direct help from a chess teacher, coach, or parent.2..
An instructional workbook designed for beginning students. One of the strengths of Checkmate! is that it covers the mechanics of the checkmating process in great detail, not only with explanations, but also with diagrams with arrows and circles to pinpoint the key features. Unlike many other basic checkmate books, Checkmate! categorizes the checkmate by the tactical motif used to force the mate (like attraction, double check, or removal of the guard) rather than the pattern of the checkmate itse..
An instructional workbook designed for students learning the game of chess and for beginning students returning to the game after an absence. No previous knowledge of chess is necessary. Parents unfamiliar with chess will find this booklet a valuable guide to their child's new interest. Chess Rules For Students is designed with students, coaches, and parents in mind.No previous knowledge of chess is necessary.Reading level is appropriate for grade-school use.All major rules of chess are covered...
Teaching Chess in the 21st Century is designed to incorporate chess into a math curriculum for elementary school students. It includes:math lessons learned through chess incorporating National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standardsexemplars and rubrics for testing student's knowledge and understanding for each lessonteacher tips to help students as they learn to play chess and how to handle situations that frequently occurtried and true tested analogies that children will relate to so that..