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Cool Chess! Beginner 1 Lesson 3--The Rules of Castling
The students will learn the rules of castling their King on the King side of the board and the Queen side of the board.
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The students will learn that castling is a very special move that protects the King. It is the only time that two pieces, the King and the Rook, can move at the same time and yet call it one move. The students will learn that it is the only time when the King can move two spaces. They will learn that they have to touch the King first, and then the Rook, according to the United States Chess Federation rules. The students will learn the four special rules of castling, along with how to make the...
The students will learn the importance of castling their King for protection and how it makes their games stronger. They will learn that when playing chess against an opponent or a computer, that they will have to touch the King first.
Students will receive chess puzzle homework sheets in a PDF format to be printed out. The chess puzzle homework sheets will be discussed in class to make sure all students understand what to do.
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents should have a pencil in class and the chess puzzles printed out, which will be attached in a PDF form in the Classroom.
A learner is assessed by understanding the answers on each chess puzzle assignment and knowing how to checkmate to win their games. When a student practices chess at home, with others, or on-line, their skills will increase--this will reflect in their knowledge of the game.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be using chess.org (no log-in or username required) in our class so the students will be able to play chess against each other on-line. If your student is not familiar with the Chat box in the Zoom feature, please do a practice Zoom session with your student so that they can become familiar with this feature. They will need to be able to copy a link from chess.org and to be able to paste that link in the Chat box so that another student will be able to click on that link to play chess. They will need to go to: -chess.org, -Click on the Invite a Friend tab at the top of the chess board. -Click on the White King. -Click on Create Game. -Inside the window that pops up, click on the little black box on the right side (to save the link--it will highlight when saved) -Click on the Chat box in Zoom (located at the bottom of the Zoom screen) -A place will open up on your screen to paste that link (if using a mouse, you might need to right click on the mouse to paste it) -Press Enter to send that link to the other person you are practicing with in Zoom. -The other person will see a notification pop up in the Chat box, they will need to click on the notification and then click on the link. -The other person will see a window that says "Accept Challenge?" They will need to click on it to accept it. -A chess board will pop up, your student will be white, they will need to click on a piece, and move it to start the game. -The other person will move a black piece and continue the game.
The students will play against each other by using the chess.org website. The students will not be logging in to the website with a username--the students will just copy the link of a game and paste it in the Chat Box. Another student will then click on that link from their Chat Box in order to play against that student.
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I am a retired public school teacher of 26 years and currently am a Supervisor of Academic Programming for the Central New York Chess organization on Outschool...