There are two versions of the book:
- Geography and History ESO 2, which includes the Middle Ages, Modern Age, population and urban areas
- Geography and History ESO 2 – Middle Ages, Population Urban Areas, which does not include the topics about the Modern Age
The audio-glossary is a bit like a dictionary, but you can also listen to the word and its definition, to help you improve your pronunciation.
This activity is about the division of the Roman Empire into two halves, and the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
What do you know about the three empires that appeared after the fall of the Western Roman Empire? This quiz is about the Carolingian Empire, Byzantine Empire and Islamic Empire.
What do you know about life in the Middle Ages? This activity is about the feudal system in the Middle Ages.
Al-Andalus was the name that the Muslims gave to the part of the Iberian Peninsula that they ruled. See how much you know about the history of Al-Andalus, and about life under the Muslim rulers!
After the Muslims conquered most of the Iberian Peninsula, there were only a few small Christian kingdoms in the north. What do you know about how these kingdoms gradually expanded southwards?
This quiz includes two listening exercises about the establishment of the city of Oxford, as well as some general questions.
How much do you know about the people who left Europe to discover new lands and conquer new territories? This quiz is about the Age of Discovery.
This quiz is about the monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella, Charles I and Philip II. It includes listening exercises and general questions.
The Renaissance was a time of innovation and new ideas. How much do you know about it?
In the 17th Century, some countries in Europe became more powerful, while others declined. How much do you remember?
This quiz is about China’s population. It includes a listening exercise, and questions that involve analysing graphs.
This quiz includes questions on society, culture and discrimination. It includes a reading comprehension and general questions.
This is a reading comprehension exercise about Chinese cities and urban growth in China.
During this year’s course, you have learned about several different styles of architecture. Do you remember what they look like, and what the differences between them are? Find out by taking the quiz.