Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk Go, Igo, Weiqi, Baduk. Kaz's original Igo-advice & fundamentals of Igo: <strong>Category: "The US Go Congress in the Summer 2008:Part 11"<br> Title:"How Kaz teach Igo group lessons in Japan, part 3"</strong>


Category: "The US Go Congress in the Summer 2008:Part 11"
Title:"How Kaz teach Igo group lessons in Japan, part 3"

Category: "The US Go Congress in the Summer 2008:Part 11"
Title:"How Kaz teach Igo group lessons in Japan, part 3"



(In fact I realize that what I've been writing is
clearly deviating from the US Go Congress. But I
assure you that this will relate to that!

So please bear with me a little bit longer. Thanks!)

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I was dissatisfied with my iGo students
quitting.もうやだ〜(悲しい顔)

At first I criticized them like:
"Okay. you people don't review enough. That's
why you couldn't become strong!"
ちっ(怒った顔)

I always told them to review my lessons.

Some of them did review lessons, but they still didn't
improve their Go...


One day I realized that somehow my teaching was
not good enough...

Or at least I should improve my teaching...
ふらふら

I reflected my own teaching and thought about
any other ways of teaching...

I told myself:
"How can I improve it? Think, Kaz! Think!"


Then I realized that after a lecture, ideally my
students use the lesson immediately, which they had just
learned a few minutes ago.
ひらめき

Usually Go players can learn from their own games
far more easily than just watching a lecture.

Moreover, when iGo players make a mistake in their own games,
it's far easier to remember than other Go players' mistakes.


Thus, the combination of my lecture and my simul
would make my iGo students get someone grounded in
my teaching.



In addition, they might get excited to learn more,
so they might review not only the lesson, but also
the game with me more enjoyably.


But how can I make my iGo students apply a lesson
in my simul...

Everybody plays a game differently...


Then I reached the conclusion that I'd have to play in
such a way to create the situation in which
my students were forced to use my lesson.



Of course, it was not at all easy for me to create such
a situation at first.

It took me a while to figure it out.


Now my students always apply my lesson in my simul
right after the lesson.


They loved it!

To be continued...


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