Reading Comprehension Proof, practice, and promise Strategy Appropriate Grade Level: K-2 Procedures/Steps: Right There answers are found in a single sentence in the text Putting It Together or Think and Search answers must be found across sections of text Author and You answers require the reader to infer the meaning from the text because the answer to the question is not stated explicitly On My Own answers rely on the reader’s experience and knowledge Comments and/or tips: Comprehension strategies can be important to a reader because they have the potential to provide access to knowledge that is removed from personal experience. Source: Stahl, K.A. (2004). Proof, practice, and promise: Comprehension strategy instruction in the primary grades. The Reading Teacher, 57, 598-609.