Summative Task Monarchy(Kathy)


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Summative Task Monarchy(Kathy)

  1. 1. Monarchy By: Kathy Tse 5DTuesday, 22 January, 13
  2. 2. Monarchy Monarchy is a form of government, Monarchy means,the King or queen rules or represents the country.These are some countries that are monarchies, British,Thailand,Japan,Holland/Netherlands,cambodia,Saudi Arabia and lots more.Now a days,The UK still have a Monarch but the role has changed.There are positive and negative impacts in monarchy too. England Saudi Arabia JapanTuesday, 22 January, 13
  3. 3. What is the System of governance in Monarchy? The Royal family is a line of people that are going to be possible leaders that are already known and not elected but “ in line”at age.Along time ago, if the person won the war they will become the King/Emperor and that is how the role family forms. How does a Monarchy rules a country? In the olden days, The monarchy makes all the laws and rules. In a constitutional monarchy, the King or Queen has laws affecting what they can and can’t do.Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  4. 4. What impact does Monarchy have on individuals? Negative impact (Royal family) 1) In 1970s the newspaper start to talk about the queens royal scandals and interview her about her family situation that she wasn’t involved in. 2)2) Now a days,the monarchy can’t make decisions because the prime minster helps them makes the decisions. 3)3)The Royal family has to be very perfect and they have to try not to do anything wrong in front of public or else the newspaper will write what they did and the reporters will interview them too, soon everyone will know about it. (People) 1)The citizens would never be a member in the royal family. 2) The citizens won’t be able to see the inside of the palace and they will not be able to wear the gorgeous clothing. Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  5. 5. What impact does Monarchy have on individuals? Positive impact (Royal family) 1)The queen is so rich that she cannot be bullied. 2) The Queen/king represents a country and they are the head of states. 3) The england queen is still the head of the commonWealth countries(country that still belongs to england) (People ) 1) The citizens will have more freedom than the Royal family. When the citizens have scandals (make a mistake) the reporters will not publish it in the news. 2) The citizens can travel anywhere easily without concern about the security. CommonWealth Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  6. 6. What are peoples role in Monarchy? (Monarchy) The role of the monarchy is they rule the state, they approve the rule that the political people suggest and they also visit other countries. ( Royal family) Queen Elizabeth 2 role is ceremonial(official party) so she represent Britain by visiting other countries,encourage international cooperation and makes friendship.She hosts diplomats(a official who represent the country) and foreign leaders when they visit.She donates to more than 600 charities.Also, she remembers famous and important people and gives them honors too. ( Government) For example the Saudi Arabia monarchy has developed a central government. The government is headed by the King, who is also the commander in chief of the military. The governments roles in a monarchy is they have to follow what the laws and rules definite by a monarchy.Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  7. 7. What are people’s right in Monarchy? (Citizens) 1)The people/citizens have the right to buy food, to have their own property,to work have education and some freedom. 2) When there was the Magna Carta in 1215, the rules that the king made the citizens had certain rights that couldn’t been taken away. 3) After France won England,King Jon had to sign a sheet that said the people have the right to free ravel within England and the right to have property.After the document was signed it gave right mainly to the rich ones. (Royal family) 1)The Royal families right in England is, that they have to go to the Common Wealth countries to represent that they are still the head of the common wealth countries and those countries still belong to them.These are still some of the CommonWealth countries.For example,New Zealand, Canada, South Africa,Singapore..... 2) The British monarchy has the right to choose a new prime minister and call a general election. Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  8. 8. How does different Monarchies govern? In The british these are how some Monarchies govern King John: In the 1215’s, the Manga Carter was sign into law by King John.The Manga carter was like a great paper that puts limit on the english monarchs.Once King John signed the Manga Carter,even he needs to follow it. If the citizens/barons give King John money in the olden days, the King will protect them, give them land rights and will get more soldiers. Queen Elizabeth1: Queen Elizabeth1 wants all the citizens to listen to her and they can’t disagree,but Queen Elizabeth1 made peace in the country.Since Queen Elizabeth1was smart and well educated, she was good at choosing advisor for advice. Queen Elizabeth 2: Queen Elizabeth govern by visiting other countries, donating to the charity and she represents England.Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  9. 9. Central Idea System of Governance affect people’s lives in Varying degree. System of governance does affect people’s lives in varying degree. 1) For example,In the olden days in Britain, The Monarchies rules the countries, make the laws and some Monarchies tell the citizens that they have to listen to them, and if they don’t something bad will happen. Now a days in a british monarchy, the Queen or King job is to represent their countries and there role is ceremonial. 2) For example, In a communism country, the citizens will have the same amount of everything.So imagine the government gives you the same amount of everything to the rich and poor.You get the same amount of food,money,living and everything.Tuesday, 22 January, 13
  10. 10. Sources 1) 1) keyword=Monarchy 2) 2007/07/24/why-monarchy-is-a-good-thing/ 3) TheroleoftheRoyalFamily.aspx 4) What_rights_do_citizens_have_in_a_constitutional_monarchyTuesday, 22 January, 13