Basic Chess Skills & Psychology For Students!
by John Bain
BASIC SKILLS. In a well-run, successful school chess club, students must know the chess rules; they must know how a chess game ends--in a checkmate or a draw; then, from the very beginning after learning the rules--they must learn the three psychological practices for stronger chess.
Basic Chess Skills include Rules, Checkmate, Draws, and Algebraic Chess Notation!
The workbook Chess Rules For Students presents the rules including checkmate & draws as well as algebraic notation in an easy-to use, easy-to-correct worksheet format. Answer Key included! Parents, teachers, coaches and students love it! Highly recommended!
Psychology! What Are the Three Psychological Practices for Stronger Chess? - No Chess Study Necessary!
Many parents, teachers, coaches and students ask, “How do chess players grow stronger?” Surprisingly, a player may increase strength 20-40% by simply developing and using Three Psychological Practices--also known as good habits! No chess study necessary!
PSYCHOLOGY - Three Psychological Practices. Without mastering these simple Three Psychological Practices, students will suffer unnecessary frustration, disappointment, and defeat over the chess board and in life. However, by playing chess, students can learn to:
1. Respect others.
2. Respect themselves.
3. Prepare for the future.