Manual Step 6 of world's leading teaching method in chess. For independent students rated up to 2100. Chess-Steps was developed in 1987 by Rob Brunia and Cor van Wijgerden in order to teach children to play chess. Embraced by the Royal Dutch Chess Federation Chess-Steps became the single most popular method in The Netherlands. It spread throughout Europe and is now available world wide. This step by step method consists of six steps. Each step has a workbook with exercises and summaries for the student and an accompanying manual for the teacher / trainer / parent. The manuals contain complete scripted lessons for the teacher, as well as aids that address the learning stages and development of children. The answers of the workbook exercises can be found within the manuals too. The books are written in such a way that the actual level of the teachers chess knowledge is of lesser importance. See also 'Learning Chess - Workbook Step 6'.