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England -

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Transcript of England -

English Theatre and Shakespeare
England
Historical events
London Eye by night
-Population
-Official Language
-Capital
-Flag

Facts
Julius Caesar 50 B.C
Roman emperor Claudius 43 A.C
Tale, Ida, Lina, Sandra and Nikita
Historical background
Historical background
Julius Caesar
1215 King John signed Magna Carta
1558-1603 Queen Elizabeth I
1588 The Spanish Armada
Queen Elizabeth I
1914-1918 World War I
1939-1945 World War II
1979 Margaret Thatcher
Margaret Thatcher
Sources
Lina: Historical background: England Timeline (Internet) Available from:
http://www.timeforkids.com/destination/england/history-timeline
System of Government
Constitutional monarchy: History and background, 2008/09, (Internet), The official website of The British Monarchy, Available from:
http://www.royal.gov.uk/MonarchUK/HowtheMonarchyworks/History%20and%20background.aspx
The Typical Englishman
History of London: London, Eli M. Huseby, Hands On (NKI), (Internet) Ndla.no, Available from:
http://ndla.no/en/node/5746
The United Kingdom: British Values and Identity, Jan Erik Mustad, (Internet) Ndla.no, Available from:
http://ndla.no/en/node/93539
Famous Attractions in England
Map Over The Great Britain
West End

Shakespeare
-(1564-1616)
-Stratford-upon-Avon
-Dramatist
-Romeo & Juliet
-Tragedy, death, comedy

The Globe
-1598
-1997
-Open-air theatre
-Plays today

-Monarchy
-Prime minister
-Houses
-No constitution

Sports
Ida:
British Identity
- The Guardian [Internet] Available from:
[Read: 04.03.2015]
Moaning, drinking and queuing are what make us British
- The Telegraph [Internet] Available from:
[Read: 04.03.2015]
Stonehenge
Wiltshire, England
Prehistorical monument
Famous site
3000-2000 BC
Ceremonial or religious center
Tower of London
Historical castle
Prison
Royal residence
British Crown Jewels
Hunted
Buckingham Palace
1837, official residence
Administrative headquarters
Official events
-Soccer
-Cricket
-Rugby
Tale: Biography.com. (2015). William Shakespeare. Retrieved March 04, 2015, from Biography: http://www.biography.com/people/william-shakespeare-9480323#later-works-tragedies-and-tragicomedies
i2iTravel. (2013). Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London; All The World's A Stage [Motion Picture]. Retrieved March 4, 2015, from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3VGa6Fp3zIh
Sandra: The Official Website of The British Monarchy. (n.d.). Retrieved March 04, 2015, from Buckingham Palace: http://www.royal.gov.uk/theroyalresidences/buckinghampalace/buckinghampalace.aspx
Touropia. (2014, December 12). Retrieved March 04, 2015, from 10 Top Tourist Attractions in England: http://www.touropia.com/tourist-attractions-in-england/




http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/compendiums/compendium-of-uk-statistics/population-and-migration/index.html (04.03.15)
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