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Rachel Gibson

Author of See Jane Score

54+ Works 11,068 Members 289 Reviews 34 Favorited

About the Author

Rachel Gibson, Ph.D., is Professor of Music and Coordinator of Music Education at Westfield State University and taught elementary music and choir for 15 years prior to her current position. She is certified in the Orff and Kodly approaches, an instructor for Kodly summer institutes, and a national show more and international clinician. During a ten-month sabbatical in Guatemala and Nicaragua, she lived in several communities and engaged in song collection, research, and Spanish language study. As a Fulbright Global Scholar, she taught and researched at Universidad de Mlaga in Spain. show less

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Works by Rachel Gibson

See Jane Score (2003) 852 copies, 14 reviews
Sex, Lies, and Online Dating (2006) 839 copies, 28 reviews
Simply Irresistible (1998) 765 copies, 17 reviews
I'm in No Mood for Love (2006) — Author — 755 copies, 20 reviews
The Trouble with Valentine's Day (2005) 671 copies, 18 reviews
Tangled Up in You (2007) 666 copies, 19 reviews
Not Another Bad Date (2008) 609 copies, 20 reviews
Truly Madly Yours (1999) 577 copies, 10 reviews
Nothing But Trouble (2010) 577 copies, 20 reviews
It Must Be Love (2000) 538 copies, 8 reviews
True Love and Other Disasters (2009) 538 copies, 11 reviews
True Confessions (2001) 533 copies, 6 reviews
Daisy's Back in Town (2004) 503 copies, 11 reviews
Lola Carlyle Reveals All (2002) 476 copies, 4 reviews
Any Man of Mine (2011) 459 copies, 20 reviews
Secrets of a Perfect Night [Anthology] (2000) — Contributor — 354 copies, 4 reviews
Rescue Me (2010) 305 copies, 14 reviews
Run to You (2013) 185 copies, 9 reviews
What I Love About You (2014) 143 copies, 4 reviews
Crazy On You (2012) 137 copies, 8 reviews
The Art of Running in Heels (2017) 121 copies, 6 reviews
Just Kiss Me (2016) 118 copies, 5 reviews
Blue by You (2013) 88 copies, 3 reviews
How Lulu Lost Her Mind (2020) 81 copies, 6 reviews
Drop Dead Gorgeous (2022) 52 copies
I Do! (2015) 50 copies, 1 review
Rachel Gibson omnibus 3 (2012) 3 copies
Rachel Gibson omnibus (2012) 2 copies
Buzda Ask (2011) 1 copy
Adi Ask Olmali (2013) 1 copy
Ask Seni Bulursa (2011) 1 copy
Papatya Fali (2014) 1 copy
Ask Yeniden (2011) 1 copy

Associated Works

Encyclopedia of herbs & their uses (1995) — Project art editor — 334 copies, 4 reviews
It Happened One Valentine's Day (2013) — Contributor — 31 copies, 1 review

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Romances written in 1998 just don’t age well. This dragged on even though the premise was good.
 
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Abstract

This case study is about incorporating popular melodies into sight-singing methods in
a high school choral program. There are so many old and new methods available from
method books to new websites used for sight-singing. Sight-singing is something
almost all teachers do, but we seldom incorporate the music that most of our students
are listening to.
Students were given two different worksheets. The first was given as a
practice to sight-singing which included melodies familiar to them. The melodies on
Mystery Melody Worksheet # I were taught to the students in the months leading up to
the study. The second worksheet, Mystery Melody Worksheet #2, included melodies

from popular music. Students were put into groups and assigned a melody to sight-
read. Through the use of solfege syllables and Curwen hand signs, students were

asked to perfonn the melody and solve the mystery by naming the song their melody
was from. After working on three of the four melodies, students were formally
assessed on the last melody they performed from Mystery Melody Worksheet #2.
Students were more engaged in the sight-singing process when an exercise was
turned into a game using melodies they would know. Students worked together and
practiced together, making their performance much better. Many students were
successful in solving the mystery melody and determining their song title.
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Works
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11,068
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Rating
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Reviews
289
ISBNs
394
Languages
11
Favorited
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