Wuzzles for Presenters

Wuzzles for Presenters

by Tom Underwood
     
 

What's a "Wuzzle"?

(a) A fun "word puzzle"
(b) A perfect way to get people involved in your presentation
(c) A quick tool to start any meeting, to greet participants after a break, and to energize an audience
(d) A practical game you'll use in business, communications, customer service, education, finance, government, healthcare, legal,

Overview

What's a "Wuzzle"?

(a) A fun "word puzzle"
(b) A perfect way to get people involved in your presentation
(c) A quick tool to start any meeting, to greet participants after a break, and to energize an audience
(d) A practical game you'll use in business, communications, customer service, education, finance, government, healthcare, legal, manufacturing, sports, technical-and many other-settings
(e) All of the above

The correct answer is (e)!

You can either photocopy the Wuzzles in this book and distribute them as handouts, or photocopy them onto transparencies and display them with an overhead projector. The Wuzzles are categorized by topic — so if you need a brainteaser for a group of managers, for example, turn to the index and pick from the 30 management-related Wuzzles.

You can easily incorporate Wuzzles into all kinds of lectures, workshops, meetings, and presentations. And Tom Underwood's Wuzzles for Presenters gives you over 460 word puzzles to choose from! Reinforce your words—and challenge and entertain your participants—with these fun learning tools. With this treasury, you'll have a Wuzzle to suit almost any setting!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780787951214
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
06/04/1999
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
8.48(w) x 10.89(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

TOM UNDERWOOD has created thirteen forms of puzzles that have appeared in newspapers and magazines throughout the United States and in severl foreign coutnries. Underwood's most successful puzzle creation is Wuzzles, a newspaper feature which is distributed thorugh out the world by King Features Syndicate. Because of syndication, Wuzzles are now seen by 6.5 million people every day. Wuzzles began as a party game in 1971, became a local newspaper featurea in 1982 , and went into sydication in 1985.

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