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In a survey 4 out of 6 teenagers said that Chess is their favourite game According to this information Chess would be a good subject to be taught in school Here are some reasons why chess should be taught as a subject The first and most important reason is that Chess is not a game of chance or luck but is a strategic game and because of all the possible combenations and choices we enhance our abilities in logic making the right choices and generally thinking about things more thoroughly The second reason is that if students learn and practice playing Chess they may improve in other subjects like art music mathematics and science because Chess develops our abilities in logic prediction and spatial awareness The third reason is that if Chess should be taught as a subject it will be a very in expensive one because only a couple of different books will be required for the teacher and twice less the number of chessboards than the number of students Fourthly the school would be invited to Chess contests that it normally wouldnt be invited to so it has more chances to win more awards as well as the students themselves Finally Chess is like any other subject with tests homework and new information that comes with a higher skill the only difference is that Chess is presented in a form of a contest so students can look forward to school and class tournaments Some people say Chess is not something that will help you later on in life in some argue that unless Chess is taught by an expert the whole idea is never going to work and that Chess is not something that will help you improve your social skills because you dont work or think in a group and social skills are very importent Another argument is that in order to add a
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