S: Emilu Jaramillo
FC: Elizabethan England | by Emily Jaramillo
1: PAGES 2-3 Life 4-5 Economy 6-7 Politics 8-9 Achievements\ 10-11 Religion 12-13 Geography | THe Life and Work of William Shakespeare in Elizabethan England
2: Elizabethan England was located in England. This was the era in which Shakespeare lived in. During this time his literature became very famous. But it wasn’t such a good era. Many bad things were going on and it wasn’t good. There were very harsh punishments and crimes. Life there was very cruel and harsh. The punishments were horrible. They had a punishment for everything that seemed bad. If you were to ever be drunk they had a punishment for you. If you were drunk in public they would punish you with a punishment called drunkards cloak. If you were a woman and you were a gossiper you would get punish. The punishments were very cruel.These punishments taught the people to not do bad things or they would get punished. The thing about the punishments is that they were public punishments. People around would see them. The villagers would be witnesses to all these punishements that would happen in town. | LIfe in Elizabethan England
4: Economy in elzabethan England | The economy in England was all based on coins. All the coins were gold even the pennies. Each coin was worth a certain amount. If someone around would give you a coin that wasn’t gold people would think that it was a joke. They were used to having everything as gold. Many of the money was used to pay taxes. Or to even purchase things. William Shakespeare wanted a job. He looked around England but he knew that they wouldn’t have good jobs. So he went out to London and got a job there. The economy in England wasn’t bad but the punishments were cruel. The money was wrriten differently. penny is d,shilling is s,pound is . The pennies were used to buy drinks and small things. The more the items were bigger they had a greater value. All the coins were gold in England.
5: WAGES DURING ELIZABETHAN TIME PERIOD A nobleman - 1500 to 3000 per annum A merchant - 100 per annum A parson - 20 per annum A carpenter - 13 per annum A laborer - 1500 to 3000 per annum A nobleman - 5 per annum
6: Politics in Elizabethan England | Elizabethan England was ruled by Queen Elzabeth. It was a monarchy. She was in charge of everything because she owned the place. Queen Elizabeth had a list of people who would rule with her incase anything happened. Besides Queen Elizabeth there were other people in charge. England also had laws. The people had to attend church. There were many laws. Some of them seemed like they were worthless and made no sense. But the people were still required to follow the laws. Since they didn’t follow the rules that’s when the punisments came into England. They were cruel and very harsh. The administrive structure was highly centralized.
8: ACHIEVEMENTS IN ELIZABETHAn ENGLAND | Throughout the Elizabethan era there were may accomplishments. Elizabethan may have been a very cruel place but they had the best theater and stories written. Wiliam Shakespeare had began to write many plays and then people would read them. Some of the accomplishments was the clothes that they would trade and then make. They even had many different trade routes. They even had established their own theathres in different places. England established different villages . They even used their architectural skills to create many different monuments
10: RElIGION IN ELIZABETHaN ENGLAND | In England the main religion was being catholic. If your parents were catholic youd be catholic. But mainly you were born being Christian. William Shakespeare was baptized in the Holy trinity church. It is set to be 3 days after his birth because that’s how kids would be baptized in England. When your grandparents were catholic then you could really say that you are catholic. Since religion meant a lot that they even made a law that you had to go to church every Sunday. It meant a lot to many people and it was very serious to them.Religion in England was very important and the people were mostly catholic.
12: Geography of Elizabethan England | Elizabethan England was ruled by queen Elizabeth . It was located in Europe. The climate would change depending on seasons. And it was surrounded by many different lands. The oceans were around it. Queen Elizabeth was in charge of many different places. It was cause her dad died and left her everything. Eventhough,Elizabethan England was a cruel place it was a good place for trading. The routes to trade were vert good since the oceans surrounding and the rivers.
16: websites for resources http://www2.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/springfield/eliz/shakespeare.html http://elizabethan.org/compendium/ http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/the-age-of-exploration.htm \ http://elizabethan.org/compendium/7.html http://www2.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/springfield/eliz/everylife.html
17: by Emily Jaramillo period 9