Children read paragraphs, moving from simple paragraphs to longer, more complicated texts. The instructor continues to use familiar topics that are interesting to the children, but varies sentence structure and vocabulary to help learners develop comprehension skills. Children work together to answer questions about text and help each other to grapple with more complex text. Through engaging with text together and answering questions, children build their reading comprehension skills.To introduce children to new stories, TaRL instructors might write the story on the board before the class, or write the story on a chart and paste it on the board. Instructors sometimes create their own stories, tweaking the difficulty based on the levels and interests of the children in the class. With guidance from training, instructors create their own challenging questions based on the text, or ask children to come up with questions to test their classmates’ knowledge and understanding.