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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 DragonVale. I'm also exploring some back catalogue options at the moment, particularly in the Assassin's Creed pedigree.
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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.