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Sort order. Aug 09, Hilary rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Those interested in education. Recommended to Hilary by: I get many requests to send people the PDF file of this book. Thank you to goodreads friend Alexandra for kindly adding a link which can be found on message 15 of the comments for this review. Thank you to goodreads friend J. Boo for sending me a PDF of this book. I found this really interesting. This was a short read and consisted of a question and answer style interview of two parents who decided to raise their children to be a genius in a chosen subject.
The parents decided this before they conc I get many requests to send people the PDF file of this book. The parents decided this before they conceived their children and considered ideas for their education. Their belief was that any child with a parent who was willing to instruct their child or find someone who could, in a way they could devote time to their chosen specialist field at the same time make learning fun could succeed in creating their genius.
They strongly believed that a child was made a genius rather than born a genius. Lazlo chose to specialise with his three daughters in chess and they all went on to become hugely successful chess players, all grandmasters I believe.
This book focused largely on their chess tuition, it would have been interesting to hear what their broader education consisted of. What I loved about this book was the parents belief that learning should be consentual and fun, and what could be achieved by this. I enjoyed reading the mum's thoughts on how the jewish religion teaches parents that they are their childs first teacher.
I think this is profoundly true, I think the first years of life are so important in terms of how thought processes are formed.
I appreciated their concern too that their girls where happy, well adjusted individuals, which they seem to be. The girls achievements listed at the end were definitely impressive.
View all 20 comments. Feb 20, Cristian Popescu rated it liked it. This book is nowhere to be found! Here are the details of the original edition: View all 6 comments.
Aug 03, J. Boo marked it as to-read Shelves: This otherwise unavailable book by the father of the gifted Polgar trio of female chess prodigies benefited from a fundraiser to translate its Esparanto version to English. A PDF of the result is here: Scott Alexander reviews it, with some comments, here: View all 8 comments. Apr 04, Sombrero Doble rated it it was amazing. In this experiment the real genius was the father.
My favorite part was that he tried to raise not simply geniuses, but happy geniuses.
View 2 comments. Apr 19, Montassar rated it it was amazing. View all 14 comments. Apr 11, Khawla AL Dahmani marked it as to-read. I've searched and I didn't find it neither English nor Arabic please help me! I made a small research and this book has the best ranking on Goodreads about raising a genius child. Today homeschooling is much easier then back in communism.
However, it looks like that the traditional school system cannot find the answer to the challenge bring up geniuses. The substance of intensive training is to combine optimal load, gradation, maintaining the interest of the child, helping the sense of achievement. I really recommend this book for every parent. View all 5 comments. Not a terribly informative read, unless you are specifically interested in the Polgar sisters and even then, I think there will be better biographies.
The book is presented as the transcript of an interview with Endre Farkas, seemingly reordered somewhat into chapters. This presentation means that Polgar does not manage to clearly set forth his system, instead responding only briefly on each of several points, with seemingly off-the-cuff answers that breezily dismiss certain topics.
It is quit Not a terribly informative read, unless you are specifically interested in the Polgar sisters and even then, I think there will be better biographies.
It is quite common that Farkas will ask something like "What is the proper amount of X to do?
That is, his answer is non-informative, if not evasive. While there are some interesting details that leak through about how he taught the Polgar girls, Laszlo's main preoccupation throughout the book seems to be press and societal criticism of him, his methods and his family, which both he and the interviewer take pains to repeatedly stress is unfounded, and that the girls are all very happy and engaging children.
Of course, the interviewer being essentially friendly to him means that no strong criticisms are levelled and debated, so the exchanges seem facile and self-congratulatory. The interesting segments of the book, relating to the practical pedagological matters, could be summarised completely in a couple of pages.
The main points are 1 that parents should choose a specialism for their child, not wait for them to develop an interest 2 instruction should begin while they are young around 3 to 5 , along with language instruction 3 instruction should be fun, framing things as work or play is unhelpful, challenges should be part of play so that a child enjoys their specialism.
That, and a general spirit of striving for excellence and not socially-accepted mediocrity, is the essence of the programme. There are some other interesting details, of how a hypothetical genius school's day could be structured, and how exactly you teach a young child to play chess, but these I think were not central, and certainly not covered in-depth.
Polgar is essentially a blank-slatist, but does not put forward a great position for that side. His arguments consist mostly of vague allusions to some studies, and pithy lines quoted from famous figures. He admits that the example of the Polgars does not contribute significantly to that debate, all three being related.
It was, however, interesting to learn of the ripples they made for women in chess. The translation by Gordon Tisher is adequately clear but not excellent, the English copy has several minor mistakes, and some of the renditions appear to still be contorted by either Esperanto or Hungarian structure.
View 1 comment. Sep 13, Ala'a Ekedat is currently reading it. How to bring out your child's genius in just ten minutes a day ,,, thats mean genius is made , not born.
Dec 16, Mohammed Alsayani marked it as to-read. Can any one tell me from where to download copy in Arabic or English. View all 3 comments. Feb 25, Pratyush rated it really liked it. The primary discussion of this book is on a philosophical note, trying to convince people of the philosophy that people can be raised to be genius and that it is possible to raise happy geniuses.
If you don't contend these two points, there isn't much more in this, no practical tips or moment of 'Eureka' in there. Perhaps, this is the point which Polgar was trying to make that there was no exceptional method for chess training that he achieved and that his pedagogical methods a 3. Perhaps, this is the point which Polgar was trying to make that there was no exceptional method for chess training that he achieved and that his pedagogical methods are transferable across skills.
As a teacher, my respect for Laszlo Polgar went up when I read that book, it was really fun meeting him. The chapters containing problems and combinations might be useful for setting up problem-solving contests.
The problems figuring in this collection cover the history of chess literature from to the present. There are problems by Pal Benko, the international grandmaster, created espe- cially for this collection, and there are combinations from the tournament games of the Polgar sisters.
This book is primarily intended for beginners and amateurs, from the basic level to master candidate 2. Examples in a section are subdivided titled, is perhaps the most comprehensive further, based on which player, White or book ever conceived on the art of checkmate.
Black, moves first. The text is minimal, but It contains some 5.
Or beginning students. Anyway, its well known forced endgame wins. Polgar sisters of Hungary, hjs prosided over 1. Some of these pantheon. It is said that each sister worked mates have been composed for instructional through and played out similar groups of purposes, but others have been taken from their fathers carefully chosen and arranged real chess games. Each of these sections is examples, until vital patterns and schemes large enough to constitute a book in itself, became second nature, very like the way and the chapter on mates in two alone music students master linger exercises.
The format is beautifully logical, as with Following the mating problems is a phe- all grand strategies.