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Each lesson is composed of an instructional part (techniques, strategy, interactive quizzes), followed by a play part (free play among students, simultaneous games with the teacher, group matches).

Learning chess is not just about becoming a champion. It develops logical and mnemonic skills, enables the formulation of short, medium, and long-term plans, and teaches the importance of taking turns. It fosters creativity within a system of rules, enhances the ability to analyze problems from another player's perspective, and helps students recognize and learn from their mistakes. Additionally, it aids in decision-making, develops social skills, and promotes teamwork. These abilities are cultivated through learning chess, making it a powerful educational tool.