Chess teacher gives lesson about the art of chess in a video
Posted On August 5, 2021
Engadgets is proud to announce the launch of a new series of video content designed to teach chess teaching material in a way that’s fun for learners, engaging, and inspiring.
Chess teachers and chess players are in the spotlight these days, as they are the most-visited public figures in the world.
And while there’s no denying the high profile and wide-reaching reach of chess, there’s also an ever-increasing demand for content that teaches the game as a whole.
The goal of this series is to take the content that we currently publish and create something new, both visually and narratively.
In this new video series, we will present the full content of our course, which will be available for free to everyone who purchases the course.
Our goal with this series will be to bring a more interactive approach to teaching chess.
To this end, we are bringing in professional chess teachers and their players to teach our material in this way.
We want this content to be as entertaining as possible, with both educational and fun elements.
To achieve this goal, we’re planning to create the first-ever chess lesson videos.
Our goal is to create a series of videos that teach a single, coherent lesson, while still engaging chess players and teachers alike.
This is a project we’re all very passionate about, and it’s our intention to deliver on that passion.
Here’s how it works: Each video will be a short video, roughly three minutes in length, and will be hosted on our YouTube channel.
The videos will feature chess teachers teaching their own lessons and the games they’re currently playing.
While we’ll cover a broad range of topics, the primary focus will be on how to use the chessboard to show how to teach a chess lesson.
The first lesson will focus on the basic principles of teaching chess in real time.
Throughout the course, we’ll introduce new chess concepts and teach a bit about how chess can be used as a teaching tool in a number of different contexts.
Each lesson will also feature some of the most popular chess teaching tools currently available, including our own Chess Tutor, ChessBase, and the world’s first online chess training website.
For the first lesson, we plan to use a video called “How to Play Chess in a Video.”
This video is our attempt to introduce a little bit of the basic chess principles in a short, engaging video.
After we have a basic understanding of how to play chess in the game, we move on to the next lesson, “How To Play Chess with the Computer.”
This lesson is our opportunity to take our lessons and expand them in a more comprehensive way.
We’re not trying to teach all the chess fundamentals, we just want to make the most out of what’s already there.
As we continue to build up our curriculum, we hope to eventually bring in a full-length lesson.
We’ve had great success with ChessBase’s course, so we will also be making the transition to ChessBase Learning.
We’ll keep you posted as we get closer to this new content launching.
If you have any questions about the launch, we encourage you to reach out to us on Facebook, or email us at [email protected]
Chess teaching and learning is a fun hobby, but it’s also a passion that’s been around for thousands of years.
Learn more about how Engadges Chess Teacher Series is different from traditional educational content on our blog, and check out the first video for yourself here.