Hello class on today where going to be learning about Queen Elizabeth I
Hello Queen Elizabeth can you tell me more about who you are?
Yes I can
In my 45-years of reign, I was heralded as a golden age in English history. DO you know about the English history. Do you know about the English History? Would u like for me to tell you more?
I was born on September 7, 1533 to the parents of Henry VII and Anne Boleyn. I reigned as queen of England and Ireland for 44 years, from November 17, 1558 until her my death in 1603. I was the last monarch of the Tudor period
Queen Elizabeth I of England between 1558-1603. She governed with relative prosperity and stability for over entrenching Protestantism in England and creating an environment where the arts thrived in England
In 1588, we did have cell phones to communicate , our method of communicating was though telegrams or by sending message from one person to another
Tell me about your time in school , and , your achievements as queen?
The Elizabethan era witnessed the seafaring prowess of English adventurer Sir Francis Drake, great military defeat the Spanish Armada ,flourishing arts and drama written bye Shakespeare and Marlowe, and the establishment of modern - day Church of England.
My teacher was a great one! I had learned to speak six different languages outside of my native language English. I learned to speak French, Italian , Greek and Latin. This help me communicate with people of all different type of cultures.
Really, that's exciting . I wasn't even born yet. I can only imagine the world back then must have been interesting .I mean , how did you communicate with your family back then. There were no cell phones.
Wow ! That's amazing. In our time today we could not live without our cellphones. In fact , as a teacher I have to tell students to drop their cellphones in a drop box.
Queen Elizabeth I returned the nation to the Protestant faith made by my father. I kept some of the Catholic traditions. I had many artistic achievements. William Shakespeare , Christopher Marlow, Edmund Spenser, and other writers created enduring drama and poetry.