The 67 Phonograms Powerpoint is the simple backbone of an effective phonics program for your classroom or home. Students view the powerpoint, looking at the green letter(s) at the top, and the teacher prompts them to repeat the phonogram sound or sounds listed down the left side. The words on the right side are for teacher reference.
In my set of phonogram cards (TpT product https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Phonics-Cards-using-the-67-most-common-phonograms-2986723) the teacher prompts are on the back of the cards, and so the student(s) cannot see them. There was no way to reproduce this in a projector-viewable format, so I put the prompts below the phonograms, and then trained the students to look at the green letters. It worked well.