The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Sixteen – Fun Fact

Have you seen the movie Frozen? If so, do you have an image in your mind where Elsa removes her gloves in order to hold onto two objects while she is being crowned queen? Maybe you’re aware of what is happening there, maybe you’re not. Although that movie does not take place in England, a similar scene would play out at a British coronation ceremony. And those objects she is holding relate to today’s Fun Fact. Today our Fun Fact for Ch. 16 focuses on…THE CROWN JEWELS

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Sixteen – Historical Tidbit

In Chapter 16, we hear about a number of titles that were used in Tudor England. At the time, the hierarchy of society was incredibly important to how society functioned. Though these titles don’t hold quite as much weight today, they still exist. Today’s Historical Tidbit is about….ORDER OF PRECEDENCE

The Prince and the Pauper – Chapter Sixteen – Vocabulary

The vocabulary word for The Prince and the Pauper Chapter 16 is used very frequently in the novel, as both a noun and an adjective. These folks were essential to the hierarchical structure of Tudor England, even if they may have been the cause drama often times. Today our vocab word for Chapter 16 is…NOBLE