A collection of 12 short stories from a contextual phonics program for teaching adults to read. Each story is available online and in portable document format (pdf). A standard lesson plan is provided that can be used with each story. The stories feature the following phonics examples. Phonics for adults, while it might seem like a huge step backwards, is the secret. In a moment I will tell you what I do when I work with an adult who struggles with literacy. Later you can look around this website at other pages and find out in more detail about the various steps to take and methods to use.
Students practice working with beginning letter sounds. In this phonics lesson plan, students state the letter sound that their name starts with, read a book about beginning letter sounds and complete a worksheet. Get Free Access See Review. Phonics for adults, starts with how the letters of the alphabet are pronounced. Most adults know the letter names but often don't know the different sounds those letters make, for example the letter ‘a’ can make the a sound like in ant or the ‘a’ sound like in arrow. There are some letter sounds that are particularly difficult.