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Queen Elizabeth Corage

  1. 1. Queen Elizabeth IBy Simon AdamsPresented By Tahlia Chrystall<br />
  2. 2. Elizabeth’s Achievements<br />2. Chapter 2: When Elizabeth gets sent to prison(The Tower) by her sister Mary, Elizabeth showed great courage and continued to tell her sister that she was innocent for a very long time till Mary released her. <br />1.Chapter 1<br />Elizabeth’s mom is killed. Kat, Elizabeth’s<br />step mother, comforted Elizabeth after the death of her mother and supported her when her father, King Henry XIII, ignored her and acted like he didn’t like her very much.<br />
  3. 3. Elizabeth’s Achivments<br />4.Chapter 2: Elizabeth never gets married. She is worried that her kingdom will fall apart because of who she marries, whether they were from Briton or another country. She always believed that a husband would try to rule over her.<br />3. Chapter 2: Elizabeth puts her full trust in William Cecil (her chief minister) despite the fact that from the citizens point of view he didn’t deserve it. They thought this because he had been working for the dethroned King (Henry XIII).<br />
  4. 4. Elizabeth’s Achivments<br />6. Chapter 3: Elizabeth rallyingher troops. Elizabeth said “I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble women, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and a king of England too”. Elizabeth knew she looked weak on the outside but she knew she was as strong as any man on the inside and nothing was going to change that.<br />5.Chapter 3: Mary Queen of Scots. Mary tries to kill Elizabeth and take over her thrown. Elizabeth’s generals capture Mary and put her on trial for treason against the queen. Elizabeth was hesitant to sign her death warrant because she didn’t want to take Mary’s life.<br />7. Chapter 4: Elizabeth’s final years were filled with hardship and stress. William Cecil died and a rebellion broke out in Ireland. Also the Earl of Essex tried to over-throw her government. Her own parliament kept pressing her to name a successor. <br />
  5. 5. Color Collage <br />Blue: Persistent<br />Elizabeth shows being persistent when her sister Mary, threw her in prison. Despite the harsh conditions in the prison, Elizabeth kept trying to convince her sister that she was innocent till the day that she was released. <br />Elizabeth was sent to The Tower on the 18th March 1554 and released on the 19th May 1554<br />
  6. 6. Color Collage<br />Yellow: Wise<br />Elizabeth is wise because she knew how strong she was and that she could rule without a husband.<br />She inherited a kingdom that was threatened constantly from outside and in.<br />She was wise enough to surround herself with smart people that supported her rule.<br />Elizabeth focused on uniting her people and restoring peace throughout the land.<br />
  7. 7. Color Collage<br />Green: Adaptable<br />Elizabeth was always adapting to her changing life.<br />At the beginning of her life her mother died and her father did not like her and ignored her.<br />She lived threw both the death of her brother King Edward and death of her sister Queen Mary.<br />She was thrown into prison when it was thought she was guilty of treason and later was released and made Queen of England.<br />
  8. 8. Color Collage<br />Red: Courageous<br />Elizabeth was just 3 years old when she had to live threw the death of her mother. She was the only person who loved her and her passing was hard on Elizabeth.<br />Her decision to remain unmarried and rule alone as the Queen of England was unique in her time and she faced many men who wanted to take her country and her throne.<br />
  9. 9. United Within<br />If Queen Elizabeth I was alive today, I would give her this Uniting Within Award because she she united the 2 religious communities (Roman Catholic and Protestant) and brought peace to her kingdom.<br />The bridge represents the uniting of the 2 communities together. The yellow represents how wise Elizabeth was and red represents how courageous she was during her time of reign. <br />United Within<br />
  10. 10. Two Half’s make a Whole<br />I chose this couch design because one of Elizabeth’s greatest achievement's is when she united the two Christian community’s together. Elizabeth strived to get the two community’s united without war, instead living in peace. Each color represents one of the two community’s where when they are separate they are half, but when they are together they make a whole. <br />
  11. 11. Café United<br />Appetizers:<br />1.Yin and yang soup:<br />Pea and ham soup<br />When Elizabeth’s mom died she had Kat to help her threw it. <br />Entrees:<br />1.Sour start, sweet finish:<br />Oysters with lemon wedges<br />Elizabeth went to jail but was released and became Queen. So she had a bad beginning but in the end it was all good.<br />2.Uniting the foods:<br />Mac’n’cheese with hotdogs<br />Elizabeth united the two religious communities<br />Desert:<br />1.Devil Chocolate Cake<br />Elizabeth reined for 45 years threw much hardship and grief.<br />
  12. 12. Elizabeth I in Summary<br />Brave Women<br />Longest serving English Monarch<br />Lived to age 70<br />Got sent to Jail and then became queen<br />United the two Christian community’s together (catholic and Protestant)<br />
  13. 13. The End<br />

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