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1 More info: Science & Technology interpreted through Engineering & the Arts, all understood with elements of Mathematics.

2 The Game of Baduk/Go/Wei-chi

3 What is Baduk/Go/Wei-chi? Asian strategy game China yrs. Ago

4 Why Baduk/Go Stayed East High Class Chess - Feudal Baduk/Go – ying/yang Silk Road

5 Compared to chess Easier to learn, harder to master Handicap System Unlimited possibilities No computer yet able to play at master level

6 Baduk/Go Schools Devoted Go Schools Baduk/Go Clubs at schools (50+ across US) Collegiate Level Middlebury, VT – 1 course Collegiate Department of Baduk, at Myongji University: Korea Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees

7 Einstein reportedly said… ‘If I had learned go as a young man, I might have been a smart man.’ Einstein with professional Baduk/Go player Fukuda Masayoshi. 430&w=503&sz=76&hl=en&start=93&tbnid=annuJaRBn0u8VM:&tbnh=111&tbnw=130&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dbaduk%26start%3D90%26ndsp%3D18%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26 lr%3D%26sa%3DN

8 Science Relationships Boards: Katsura wood Stones: Slate, Shell, Glass, Plastic & Jade Bowls: wood, woven & decorative # of Games Possible

9 Technology Relationships Creativity Strategy Design Materials & Processes

10 Engineering Relationships Excellent for; Cognitive development Balance of design – L/R Brain Computer programming Best move for both

11 Mathematics Relationships Pattern recognition Binary mathematics Calendar Movie - Pi

12 * Arts Relationships History Ex: WWII Japanese strategy & US camps SS Ex: Mutual Respect vs. Annihilation Literature ex: Graphic & Novels – 1 st Poetry

13 Fine Arts Relationships

14 Recap of Go Lesson Go History STEAM relationships C/TM 2014

15 Deliverable Tie-in to your educational focus – how can you see using this game? C/TM 2014

16 More info: Science & Technology interpreted through Engineering & the Arts, all understood with elements of Mathematics.

17 Playing Go Go Rules Resources C/TM 2014

18 Holding Stones Musical Boards The Art of Playing

19 Board Sizes

20 Star Points = Handicap

21 Black goes first – Komi Points Players take turns - stones on the intersections Komi

22 Create territory by surrounding open space Begin Game - Goal

23 Corners – Sides

24 Each intersection is a point of territory Once a stone is put down it does not move unless it’s captured – Atari = Check Captured stone – prisoner – save til end of game Playing Stones

25 One may not play a move which repeats a previous board position. Ko- Repetition Rule

26 Fenceposts & Walls Claiming Territory

27 A safe group of stones must have two eyes two or more, internal but separate empty points Living Groups

28 Center

29 Game End: no plays left to make. Captured Stones: Are filled in Counting: Pieces are moved Game Over

30 Baduk Daily Notes Sheet C. 2009

31 American Go Association - American Go Foundation - dex.html dex.html Resources: Most major US cities have Baduk/Go clubs.

32 Recap of Lesson Rules of Go

33 Deliverables Play Go Order equipment & books


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