The ALA Reader is the scholarly journal of the Arkansas Literacy Association,
designed to serve as a resource for all Arkansas literacy teachers.
"Savouring Reading Comprehention..." by Ryan Kelly - Page 4 -- Book Review and Interview with author Brett Pierce - Page 5
"Mitigating the Matthew Effects..." by Kimber Barber-Fendley - Page 6 -- "Why Do You Meme?..." by Carrie Rockett Page 7
Click here to view full-length articles: Article 1 (Been and Reed, Northeastern State University) and Article 2 (Oyeniyi and Feng, UCA)
2018 The Reader
Please click below to read the full-text articles of the abstracts included within this year's issue of The Reader:
2017 The Reader
Editor's Note: Each issue, we feature emerging research of special interest to Arkansas reading teachers. Abstracts of Action Research Studies (conducted by students at Arkansas Universities) are followed by links to full text versions of the same.
Action Research Studies Featured in This Edition:
The Spring 2012 Edition of The Reader
The Spring 2012 edition has been expanded to include emerging research of special interest to Arkansas reading teachers. Below are links to three recent "action research studies" conducted at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. We hope you find them useful.
Note: Opinions expressed in articles and studies in The Reader are those of the respective authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the ARA, its officers, or members.