Welcome to the Learn to Read guide at TV Tome. By the mid-1980s, an estimated 27 million American adults had no reading skills. It would take a total team effort to conquer adult illiteracy anywhere. That is why The Kentucky Network (KET) and Scripps-Howard Broadcasting created Learn to Read, with portions shot in Kentucky and Michigan. Indeed, content on Learn to Read was based on the Michigan Method. The format of Learn to Read was designed to help any adult with any defree of reading problem. Thirty programs, designed for broadcast over a six-week span, covered everything: letters, sounds, words, cursive handwriting, sentences. Besides instructors Doris Biscoe and Charlotte Scot, Learn to Read also relied on a handful of characters (we need their identities, so any submissions are welcome). Among them was Les the Letterman and Word Woman, quick to point up key sounds. Three other regulars displayed common signs and other reading material in real-life situati
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