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I play a wide variety of games, but as my gaming time gets less I prefer co-op and multiplayer options - so that I can socialize while I play. Pretty much the only thing I avoid are sports games, because I'm about as bad at them as real life sports. My current circumstances cause a fair amount of focus on social games, especially Candy Crush Saga, Clash of Clans, and Puzzle and Dragons. I'm also exploring some back catalogue options at the moment, Limbo being the game du jour.
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Are some methods of teaching reading “bad”?
Added detail on the methods of "Your Baby Can Read". If you think a further edit is in order to focus specifically on memorization, that's what I'm most interested in. I don't have a sense for how large in scope "any" would really be - I presumed there would only be one or a few "bad" methods if any, but I'm thinking about broad trends here, not minute details.