This is another great exercise for helping larger groups of people to get to know each other better.
This is… A story-telling activity that forces participants to communicate about anything except themselves. The purpose is… Participants see how often their communication is centered on themselves.
Here’s a quick jolt that helps participants discover basic psychological facts about our memory. You can conduct this jolt with any number of people in about 10-15 minutes. You don’t need any special supplies other than paper and pencil.
Ask everyone in the group to: Pick a number between 1 and 10 and keep it secret. Multiply this number by 9. If this number has 2 digits, add them together.
Game Format: Manual (paper-and-pencil) Learning Expectations: To promote direct interaction between participants and content material. To predict how many questions each player can answer pertaining to topic.