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6-25-2009 @ 3:13PM
Technically speaking, yes. I don't really mind this, since for the most part, World of Warcraft is extremely mathematical (people call it Theorycrafting but not all of it's theory, some of it's based off mathematical formulas for spells and abilities, found by data mining).For literacy? Possible I *suppose* but it all depends on the age group. I wouldn't recommend this for anyone under the age of 13, not only because it's generally not allowed for under 13s to play MMOs and because we don't need more 10 years olds spamming Trade, thanks.As for Science? Don't see that happening.So overall, I don't mind it. Mainly because I think the school curriculum in most countries is piss-poor anyway (well, it is in New Zealand and Australia anyway). Especially in regards to learning shit you may never need (Readings, Maths and Writing and possibly basic Science, all good, the rest are just bullshit to me and shouldn't be mandatory).
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