2 Life Really is Like Chess Life really is like a chess game, I mean in one way or another we truly can be compared to chess pieces. Whether it’s cleaning the house when mum’s out the back relaxing, or being easily manipulated by someone else. We can all relate to different chess pieces. Read on to find out which chess piece you are…
3 Pieces and Personalities Chess pieces in real life. Are you being used as a chess piece?Pawn-Doing things not on your own accord, but on the act of someone else's. You don’t even care if it is wrong or right. Easily manipulated.Castle-Big, tough, maybe a bully or a Drill Sergeant, commanding pawns. Firm, solid.Knight-Brave, maybe a War Solider or standing up to someone intimidating. Assertive.Bishop-Second in charge, possibly a Deputy Principal or an assistant.Queen-Elegant but can also be a good ruler. Don’t get on the wrong side of Queen. Dramatic, significant, key player.King-Boss, head of the house, dad (or mum). High and mighty, director.
4 Quotes“The chessboard is the world, the pieces are the phenomena of the Universe, the rules of the game are what we call the laws of Nature and the player on the other side is hidden from us” (Thomas Huxley)“Life is a kind of Chess, with struggle, competition, good and ill events” (Benjamin Franklin)
5 ClarificationChess pieces are imperative to the chess game, just like people are important to the ‘life’ game. We make our mistakes, and experience success. A chess game also involves mistakes and success. To win a game of chess you need to be able to take risks , make sacrifices and be patient. You also need these qualities in life.
6 CheckmateI hope you enjoyed my power point, and maybe found out what chess piece you were being used as. I discovered that chess really is in some ways like life. I hope you discovered that to.By Cleo Tishler