How the Chess Pieces Move <ul><li>A CBI Exercise using Video, Screen Captures & Keynote </li></ul>Next Page
MENU (Click on name to go to page) PAWN ROOK KNIGHT B ISHOP QUEEN K ING RE VIEW START
Pawn  - Move forward in a straight line, one square at a time. The pawns first move is special. You have the option of mov...
Rook  - A rook moves in straight lines along the ranks and files. It cannot move diagonally.
Knight  - A knight can move in any direction: forward, backward or to the sides. It always moves in an  L-shape: two squar...
Bishop  - A bishop moves diagonally backward and forward. It can move as many squares at a time as it likes.
Queen  -  The queen can move in any one direction for any number of squares.
King  - Can move in any direction, but only one square at a time.
 
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  1. 1. How the Chess Pieces Move <ul><li>A CBI Exercise using Video, Screen Captures & Keynote </li></ul>Next Page
  2. 2. MENU (Click on name to go to page) PAWN ROOK KNIGHT B ISHOP QUEEN K ING RE VIEW START
  3. 3. Pawn - Move forward in a straight line, one square at a time. The pawns first move is special. You have the option of moving one or two squares
  4. 4. Rook - A rook moves in straight lines along the ranks and files. It cannot move diagonally.
  5. 5. Knight - A knight can move in any direction: forward, backward or to the sides. It always moves in an L-shape: two squares in a straight line and then one to the side.
  6. 6. Bishop - A bishop moves diagonally backward and forward. It can move as many squares at a time as it likes.
  7. 7. Queen - The queen can move in any one direction for any number of squares.
  8. 8. King - Can move in any direction, but only one square at a time.
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