Instructor course of Chess

This chess instructor course, official of the Federation Andalusian of Chess, is thought so that any person (although she does not have any previous knowledge of chess) can carry out an educational work; since she will allow him to obtain the Official degree of the Federation Andalusian of Autonomic Instructor Chess FADA

With this course, the student will be able to realise a revitalising work; in addition to being able to distribute the elementary knowledge to its students, to organize small competitions and to collaborate with the official competitions that organize the local and provincial organizations.

 

Date of Home of the course:

28 of November of 2015

 

Content of the course

During the course the agenda established by the FEDERATION will be followed CHESS ANDALUSIAN (FADA), for this type of course of OFFICIAL and valid character for the overcoming of the theoretical test of the AUTONOMIC INSTRUCTOR degree FADA.

  • Didactics of the chess (3,5 hours actual + 3 hours nonactual):
    • Objectives of the chess formation (0,5+0 h.)
      • Mental improvements affected by the practice of the chess: attention, concentration, memory,…
      • To promote the decision making. To stimulate the creativity and originality. To induce to the reflection and the critical and investigating spirit.
      • To relate the chess to other matters of education and the life.
    • Methodologic directions (0,5+0 h.)
      • The Function of the monitor
        • To establish the initial situation. To determine the objectives to obtain. To realise the educative Programming.
        • Psychology and Prevention. Good Presence, motivation of the students (0.5 hours).
        • False Myths of the Chess.
      • Principles of learning
        • Reasoned learning. Learning in Group.
        • Fare-play in the competition
    • Programming of activities (0,5+3 h.)
      • Types of activities: Of initiation. Of development. Of reinforcement.
      • Space organization. Individual. By pairs. Small group. Great group.
      • Temporary organization. Planning of the course, a session or a subject.
    • Didactic means (1,5+0 h.)
      • Methods of education and learning
        • Expositivos: Actual explanation. Reproduction of games
        • Interactive: Resolution of problems. Exercises To play online
        • Cooperative: Analysis of games in pairs or groups.
        • Of investigation: Analysis of own games
        • Of Evaluation. Games of competition or unreliable people.
      • Resources (1 h.)
        • Didactic material: Boards and pieces. Board mural. Interactive or similar screens. Diagrams. Didactic cards.
        • Alternative games: Simultaneous. Games in equipment.
        • Computer science Applied to the Chess. Programs for Computers, Tablets and Smartphones.
    • Evaluation (0,5+0 h.)
      • Initial: By observation. By ELO
      • Continuous: Resolution of problems. Informal games. Observation in competition. Results
      • End: By observation. Sport results.
  • Chess contents (9,5+2 hours)
    • Rules of the game (2+0 h.)
      • The board: Positioning. Squares, Columns, Rows and Diagonals. Coordinates.
      • The pieces: Names. Positioning. Movements and Captures. Limitations of each piece.
      • Special movements: Castling, To crown and Laborer by Laborer To the step.
      • Values of the Pieces.
      • Check, Jaque Mate and Ahogado. Concepts and Differences.
      • Tables: Concept and Types (Impossibility of Mate, By drowned, Triple Photographic Repetition, 50 plays without eating nor moving laborer, by mutual agreement).
      • Jaque Mate: Types. Mates Frecuentes. Mates Rápidos.
    • Basic regulation (1+0 h.)
      • Its elements: The game clock: Handling and good use. The list.
      • The Laws: Castling impossible Cases and forms correct to realise it. Touched piece Moved Piece or Eaten Piece. The annotation. Conclusion of the game To win (Jaque Mate or 3 Illegal ones), To lose and Tables. Fall of flag. The referee. The game rates.
      • Behavior: The conduct of the players. Before, during and after the games. To know how to win and to lose. With respect to our rival and to all the participants.
      • Types of scores. Individual and by equipment.
    • Development of the game (6,5+2 h.)
      • The tactics: (3+2 h.)
        • Importance: Concepts and Types.
        • Election of movements: Movement of the opposite. To review Checks, Captures and Threats. Selection played possible or “candidates”
        • The attack: Double attack. Nailed (It fixes and It does not fix). X-rays. Check to the discovered one. Jaque Doble. Deviation, Attraction, Interception, Overloaded Piece. Concepts and examples.
        • The defense: Immediate errors. Simple defense. Nailed defense by. Defense with check. Defense threatening mate. Defense by counterattack.
        • The changes. Changes for material gain. Changes to obtain other advantages. The step in the end. Not to be scared to change pieces.
      • The strategy: (1+0 h.)
        • Concept of Center and Development.
        • The valuation of the position: Material, space and time.
        • Pawn structure basic: And semiopened or semienclosed opened, closed positions
      • The end (1.5+0h.)
        • Mate with 1 Lady and Mate with 1 Tower.
        • Rules of the end: Opposition (Types). Rule of the squared one. Centralization of the king. Position Base, Laborer in villa wins except Tower. Roundup.
        • Basic positions of end. Minimum pieces to give mate. Piece and laborer when one gains and when no.
      • The openings (1+0 h.)
        • Basic rules of the development: Occupation or control of the center. Development of the pieces. The function of the Castling.
        • Classification of the openings
        • General concepts of the openings: Spanish, Scottish, Italian identification of the most known, Gambit of King, Gambit of Lady, etc.
        • Errors in the opening: Watched over. Miniatures.
  • History of the chess. (1+0 h.)
    • Pedagogical meaning.
    • Times: Egypt, India. The medieval chess until 1500. Century XVI: Ruy López. The XVII: Greco. The XVIII: Philidor. The XIX: the romantic chess. Morphy and the bases of the open game.
    • The world-wide championship of chess: The world-wide champions.
  • The federal structure and Competitions. (1+0 h.)
    • Structure FADA, FEDA and FIDE
    • The organization of competitions.
      • System of league: Basic rules of pairing.
      • System of glass: Basic rules of pairing.
      • Swiss system: Basic rules of pairing. Programs of pairing.
      • Systems of tiebrake. Progressive, Bucholz, Dutch Sonen-Berger and.
  • Nonactual part (in case of not existing actual class online):
    • To prepare a class for students of 6 to 8 years. (3 h.)
    • In charge works related to tactics. (2 h.)