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8-15-2007 @ 7:31AM
World of Warcraft is not just a game, but a place to learn and share cultures.In my experiences in WOW I have seen the following educational values:1. Learned new words (vocabulary)2. Learned about and discussed other cultures. I am in the US and many guild members are from other countries 3. Learn spelling 4. Learn Typing5. Learn mathematics – I tutored another guild member in college algebra in the guild chat and was able to call for aid from other guild members when I was stuck on a problem.So WOW is not only an entertaining game, but a place to learn, share experiences, discuss topics, and build on-line friendships.
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