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Mathematics
Sadlier Math Grades K–6
Core Program
Full Access
Progress in Mathematics Grades K–6
Core Program
Full Access
Progress in Mathematics
Grades 7–8+
Progress Mathematics Grades K–8
National Program
Full Access
Common Core
New York
New Jersey
Critical Thinking for Active Math Minds
Grades 3–6
Preparing for Standards Based Assessments
Grades 7–8
Vocabulary
Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Comprehension Grades 1–5
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Vocabulary Workshop Achieve Grades 6–12+
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Excellence Grades 6–12+
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Vocabulary for Success
Grades 6–10
Building an Enriched Vocabulary
Grades 9–12
English Language Arts
Progress English Language Arts Grades K–8
National Program
New York
Grammar & Writing
Grammar Workshop, Tools for Writing
Grades 3–5
Grammar for Writing
Grades 6–12
Writing a Research Paper
Grades 6–12
Writing Workshop
Grades 6–12
Grammar & Writing for Standardized Tests
Grades 9–12
Reading
Close Reading of Complex Texts Grades 3–8
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Sadlier Phonics
Grades K–3
From Phonics to Reading
Grades K–3

Meet the Authors of
Close Reading of Complex Texts

Diane-Lapp

Diane Lapp, EdD

A distinguished professor of education at San Diego State University and an English teacher and literacy coach at Health Science High and Middle College (HSHMC) in San Diego, CA, Dr. Lapp previously taught elementary and middle school grade levels. She focuses on instruction that supports learning for a diverse range of students. Her career is founded on the idea that motivation and well-planned, scaffolded instruction must be based on a continuous assessment of student needs.  LEARN MORE

Barbara-Moss

Barbara Moss, PhD

A professor at San Diego State University, Dr. Moss teaches courses at the credential and master’s levels. Over the course of her career, she has worked as an English or reading teacher at every grade level, from 1 to 12. She has also been a reading coach at both the elementary and secondary levels. In addition, Dr. Moss trains teachers of all grade levels in hundreds of literacy-related professional development sessions.  LEARN MORE

Maria-C-Grant

Maria C. Grant, EdD

A professor of secondary education at California State University, Fullerton, Dr. Grant has authored numerous publications centered on science literacy, formative assessment, and reading, including articles in Educational Leadership and Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy.  Her newest publications are A Close Look at Close Reading: Teaching Students to Analyze Complex Texts, Grades K–5 and Grades 6–12 and Turning the Page on Complex Texts: Differentiated Scaffolds for Close Reading Instruction.
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Kelly-Johnson

Kelly Johnson, PhD

A National Board Certified teacher, Dr. Johnson is an instructional coach in the San Diego Unified School District where she works with teachers, modeling best practices across the disciplines and grades. She is also a faculty member in the school of teacher education at San Diego State University, teaching reading methods, classroom management, and liberal studies. Often referred to by her colleagues as a teacher’s teacher, Dr. Johnson has appeared in many instructional videos on teacher modeling, assessment and instruction, effective grouping, and writing instruction. She previously taught Grades 1–6 and worked as a peer coach and a reading intervention teacher.  LEARN MORE