Here is a READING STRATEGY that has students look back up to the story and use its context to answer comprehension questions. Using the strategy increases student retention. Offered are two FABLES. In the first, THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF the lesson is if you lie, no one will know when you're telling the truth. In the second fable, THE WIND AND THE SUN, they argue which of them is the strongest. Final questions ask students to pick what the fables teach, hence making inferences. Both fables are sure to spark discussion. Answer keys for both are included.