Level 10 History - Weekly - Fall 2017
Course Dates:Tuesday Oct 24 2017 - May 08 2018
Winter Break: December 16 2017 - January 15 2018
Spring Break: March 17 2018 - April 03 2018
Examination Dates: Friday/Saturday May 11/12 2018
Late Registration: $55 surcharge. Please allow 48 hours to set up late registrations
Prerequisites: Level 9 Theory, Level 9 History
Workload: One assignment (unit) per week due on Tuesday of each week. Allow for a minimum of three hours of study for each unit.
Students can expect a course’s workload to be similar to that found in traditional hour-long weekly lesson plus homework. Successful students spend about three hours on each unit. Their first hour is spent reviewing the lesson material and working out sample questions as they would in a traditional classroom. Up to two more hours per unit may be spent on completing their assignment and reviewing earlier material.
- Celebrate Theory, Level 10 History
- Official Assessment Papers, Level 10 History, most recent edition.
Both are available online through:
your local music store, or Amazon.
This course follows the Royal Conservatory of Music's syllabus for Level 10 History. The course is structured for students wishing to write the May 2018 exam.
This course builds on the History 9 program, covering the western music tradition from the Middle Ages through the Classical Era focusing on the development of genres.
Successful students are highly motivated mature teenagers or adult students capable of working independently. Parents of students under fourteen years of age must contact the instructor via the messaging system before any course commences.
Students prepare for their exams by completing assignments based on the material found in their text. Extra resources include a glossary, a study guide to composers, and links to videos of the pieces covered. Students submit their assignments online and through Dropbox. The Instructor grades and returns the assignment to the student with comments. Students may ask specific questions about their work through the online message system. Students may receive additional tutoring by purchasing online private lessons.
Students must have a certain degree of computer literacy. Students complete their assignments using a word-processor and completing online tasks. Practice exams are scanned by the student. The instructor grades and returns assignments to the student with comments. An instructor is available to the student through the online messaging system where students may ask specific questions about their work. Students may receive additional tutoring by purchasing online private lessons.
- Create an account
- Click on the course. In the top left corner choose Settings -> Course Adminstration -> enrol me ... . Payment is made through Paypal. Credit cards are accepted
- Purchase the required materials.
- Students planning on writing an R.C.M. exam are responsible for their own registration.
Once registered, the instructor will contact you to confirm your prerequisites and set up a Dropbox folder.
- Must be computer literate: able to use file sharing, have access to a scanner, create pdf documents, etc.
- Obtain required course material
- Complete all assignments on time
- Ask questions when they have them
- Sign-up for online lessons when they need extra help
- Register for their RCM exam. The registration deadline for RCM exams is June 01 2017. Visit for details.
PLEASE NOTE: Parents must be prepared to assist younger students in completing/uploading assignments and navigating the site. We recommend a minimum age of 14 for this course.
Refunds: Students may apply for a partial refund up to one week after courses begin. Refunds are subject to a $75.00 administration fee plus marking fees. Please allow two-three weeks to process.
- Teacher: Thomas Evdokimoff