Wednesday, April 29, 2020

NBA 2K: Indiana Pacers vs Sacramento Kings

I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks 
about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities. 
The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or 
student to select. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.

Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create 
them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, 
philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters 
to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside 
their created characters.

On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham 
Lincoln  will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and 
William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur.

The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects 
such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. 
Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for 
these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.

Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team.
Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

Sacramento Kings

Michael Jordan
LeBron James
Zion Williamson
Larry Bird
Kobe Bryant
Martin Luther King
Harry Potter, Harry Potter, played by Daniel Radcliffe
Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter, played by Richard Harris
Hagrid, Harry Potter, played by Robbie Coltrane
Martin Luther King, civil rights leader
Q, Star Trek, played by John de Lancie

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