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RESEARCH AND BENEFITS OF CHESS

Page history last edited by Mike Games 12 years, 9 months ago

 

Educational psychologists have found that teaching children to play chess has positive effects on their reading scores and critical thinking abilities. The game's popularity is increasing among both girls and boys as more children have more opportunity to learn to play.

 

TEACHER'S GUIDE: RESEARCH AND BENEFITS OF CHESS:

http://www.quadcitychess.com/benefits_of_chess.html

 

TEACHER'S GUIDE: LESSON PLAN

A Chess Lesson Plan.doc 

 

Materials available from the USCF:

http://main.uschess.org/content/view/7866/131/

 

Material available from USCF Scholastic Council—Research:

http://www.geocities.com/chess_camp/research.html

 

Chess a Learning Tool.pdf

 

Chess—the Best Thing this Side of Heaven.pdf

 

 Benefits of chess in education.pdf

 

 Educational Benefits of Chess Summary.pdf

 

 BENEFITS of CHESS for ACADEMIC PERFOMANCE.pdf

 

 Use and Impact of Chess Research Summary.pdf 

 

Benefits of Chess for Children.doc

 

Benefits of Chess for Youth.doc

 

Benefits of Chess Include.doc

 

Why should our students play Chess.doc

 

Why Chess.doc

 

Chess Is Cool for Kids.doc

 

 

 

 

 

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