Links to Dr. Ash’s Work
Example works available on the World Wide Web
Ash, G. E. (2005, October).  What did Abigail mean?  Literal, inferential, and critical comprehension
instruction for adolescent readers.  Educational Leadership, 63 (2), 36-41. Link free for subscribers, can be purchased for non-subscribers:
Ash, G. E.  (2005, March).  Living with hope, rather than doubt:  Classroom assessment of adolescent
literacy learning.  Adolescent Literacy in Perspective.  Ohio Resource Center for Mathematics,
Science, and Reading ADLIT:  Advancing Adolescent Literacy Instruction Together.  
Ash, G. E.  (2004).   White Paper: Everything secondary administrators need to know, but are afraid to
ask:  Understanding pragmatic adolescent literacy planning. Chicago, IL:  North Central Regional
Educational Laboratory.
Ash, G.E. (2002, March). Teaching readers who struggle: A pragmatic middle school framework.  
Reading Online:  The Online Journal of the International Reading Association, 5 (7).
Galda, L.,  Ash, G. E., & Cullinan, B.   (2001, April).  Research on children’s literature.  Reading Online:  The Online Journal of the International Reading Association, 4 (9).
Additional Articles
Ash, G. E., Kuhn, M. R., & Walpole, S.  (submitted).  Flying in the face of research:  Teachers’ use of
round robin reading.  Reading and Writing Quarterly.
Triplett, C. F., & Ash, G. E.  (2000).  Reflecting on the portrayal of teacher/student relationships in
children’s literature.  The New Advocate, 13 (3), 241-258.
Ash, G. E.  (2000).  Not “what little kids can be like”:  Cultural appropriation and adults watching
South Park.  Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 43 (8), 747-748.  
Ash, G. E.  (1998).  “Literacy is a human endeavor.  Period.”:  Literacy definitions and delineations
from the JLR Editorial Board.  In T. Shanahan & F. V. Rodriguez-Brown (Eds.), The Forty-Seventh
Yearbook of the National Reading Conference (pp. 451-460).  Chicago, IL:  National Reading
Chapters in Edited Books  
Ash, G. E., & Kuhn, M. R.  (2006).  Meaningful oral and silent reading in the elementary and middle
school classroom:  Breaking the round robin reading addiction.  In T. Rasinski, C. Blachowicz, &
R. Lems (Eds.), Fluency instruction:  Research-based best practices (pp. 155-172).  New York:  
Guilford Press.
Ash, G. E.  (2004).  Why students don’t read, and what schools can do about it.  In G. Bottoms, R.
Murray, & I. Phillips (Eds.), Literacy across the curriculum:  Setting and implementing goals for
grades six through twelve (pp. 19-29).  Atlanta:  Southern Regional Education Board.
Baumann, J. F., Kameenui, E. J., & Ash, G. E.  (2003).  Research on vocabulary instruction:  Voltaire
redux.  In J. Flood, J. M. Jensen, D. Lapp, & J. R. Squire (Eds.), Handbook of research on
teaching the English language arts (2nd ed., pp. 752-785).  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum.
Ash, G. E.  (2002).  Repeated Readings.  In B. Guzzetti (Ed.), Literacy in America:  An encyclopedia of
history, theory, and practice (pp. 548-551).  New York:  ABC-CLIO.  
Galda, L., Ash, G. E., & Cullinan, B.  (2000).   Children’s Literature.  In M. L. Kamil, P. B. Mosenthal,
P. D. Pearson, & R. Barr (Eds.), Handbook of reading research, volume III (pp. 361-379).  Mahwah,
NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum.