Skills for Chess

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Following our paper on Bloom’s Taxonomy and Translation or Interpreting assignments, and that was called Translation Techniques, and the lists of skills we presented in Interpretation and Translation, volume 1, and on Your Mother Tongue Is Helping Me, we now present the skills that a chess player needs to succeed in their trade. This all connects to the research project called Teaching for Freedom, which includes the book Multilevel Method. Multilevel Method has just got a few good words added to its list of editorial reviews with The techniques used to build these results are those that involve observation, comprehension, analysis, and synthesis, for instance. The tools used are empirical observation, informal assessment, and comparative tables, just to mention a few.


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PINHEIRO, M. (2017). Skills for Chess. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 5(4), 11-16. Retrieved from


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