RGG FAQ Part 4 Section 10

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4.10: Teaching Go

It is said that Go can be taught anyone who is old enough not to eat the stones.

There are various techniques of initiating new players. One of the most often used is the 'capture' game or a variation thereof. A description can be found on [ext] Mindy McADAMS' pages

An often voiced objection to the capture game is that it focuses on capturing, which is not the main objective of Go itself.

Milton BRADLEY gives background for the use of Go as a development tool for children and proposes [ext] an alternative approach

You can also try to log into IGS (see faq section 3.2), and type the command 'help Shigeno' to learn about the Yasuda method project of teaching children.

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RGG FAQ Part 4 Section 10 last edited by tapir on August 9, 2013 - 12:05
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