5 Ways To Create An Engaging Workbook
HERE ARE 5 WAYS TO TEACH OR INFORM YOUR AUDIENCE IN AN EFFECTIVE WAY THROUGH THE USE OF ENGAGING and INTERACTIVE WORKBOOKS
A well-engaged workbook can include more than just blank note pages, fill-in-the-blank sections or boring essay type questions to answer. These tools involve the reader in your workbook but do not, at the highest level, interact with your reader to participate and instill knowledge to generate successful results.
Below are 5 ways to use interactive tools in your workbook that teach an idea and engage the reader. I included examples of these methods taken from the Life Purpose Playbook by Author, Productivity Coach and Strategist, Judy Machado-Duque.
1. Guided Exercises
Take the reader through the learning process gradually by guiding them with multiple questions to reach their ultimate answer.
2. Concise Checklists
Get to the point and make it clear and easy to understand your lesson with a straightforward approach.
3. Attractive Diagrams
Explain your idea with attention-grabbing graphics to emphasize your idea.
4. Illustrated Templates
Make it fun to learn a new concept by outlining a pattern for them to use.
5. Interactive Tools
Allow them to participate in the learning through a system or activity.
Use one or any combination of these techniques to visually engage your audience with your workbook.
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