S: England and Ireland Sarah Obletz
FC: England and Ireland Comparisons | By: Sarah Obletz
1: Dedication I dedicate this project to Mrs Cooke and Mrs Colpoys for showing me a different way to present things. | Sarah Obletz Elmwood Franklin School 4/26/10
2: Introduction | The main focus on my project is differences in religion.
3: Thesis | There are many differences in the overall lifestyles of England and Ireland. One of the big things is religion.
4: Religion | Religion: Roman Catholic/Christian | National Holiday: December 26, St. Stephans Day, Celebrating the day after Christmas feast.
5: Religion | Religion: Christianity: | National Holiday: 2nd saturday in June celebration of the queens birthday.
6: Government | Republic, Parliamentary Democracy- Two houses: House of representatives and Senate Constitution covers 5 main headings: Personal rights, family, education, private property and religion. .
7: England: Magna Carta (constituition) Parliamentary Monarchy. The monarch for England is Queen Elizabeth II. | Government
8: Culture | Ireland: Language- English and Irish "Land of Saints and Scholars." is its nickname
9: Language: English London is the capital "Great Britain" is its nickname | Culture
10: Chart comparing religions in Ireland
11: Chart comparing religions in Great Britain
12: Morrill, John S. “History of Ireland.” worldbook online. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2010.
13: Works Cited for England | Central intelligence agency. CIA. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Feb. 2010.
17: Conclusion These are just examples of why England and Ireland are different. In previous years the two countries have gone above and beyond to prove whats right and wrong. Ireland has gone on hunger strikes and through numerous prime ministers and England has tired to control them. once the Anglo-Irish agreement was signed they started to get along. The agreement stated peace between the two countries. It was signed on November 5 1985