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THE COMMONWEALTH

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Travel across 5 continents and collect 5 different visas !


Before you start, please open a new tab with the following website:
http://www.youngcommonwealth.org/members/

You will need it at the end! Good luck!

Claire JOSAR

FIRST CONTINENT: EUROPE

Europe

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QUESTION 1/5

How many countries are part of the Commonwealth?

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64

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54

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44

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How many countries were part of the Commonwealth in 1949?

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10

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9

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8

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How many African countries are part of the Commonwealth?

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19

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9

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2

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When was the Commonwealth Charter adopted?

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2012

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1991

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1949

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Who is the Head of the Commonwealth?

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Patricia Scotland

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Prince Harry

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Elizabeth II

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Solve this anagram! Find the name of the country and use it as your next password!

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CONGRATULATIONS

SECOND CONTINENT: AMERICA

America

THIRD CONTINENT: AFRICA

Africa

FOURTH CONTINENT: ASIA

Asia

Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her Platinum Jubilee: seventy years as the British
monarch. That’s a record! It’s the longest reign of a British monarch. In the U.K., the
weekend of 2-5 June 2022 is a big Jubilee celebration.

Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary was born on 21 April 1926. Her father was the second son of King George V. He wasn’t destined to become king, and so Elizabeth wasn’t destined to become queen. But in 1936, George’s older brother, King Edward VIII, abdicated because he wanted to marry Wallis Simpson, who was divorced. Since at the time it was illegal for the monarch to marry a divorced person, his brother became King George VI.

King George VI, Princess Elizabeth, Queen
Elizabeth, Princess Margaret in December 1936.

Elizabeth and her sister Margaret were educated at home by tutors. When her father became king, Elizabeth received extra lessons in law and religion to prepare her for her future role as Queen. When World War II broke out in 1939, Elizabeth and Margaret, like many other children, were evacuated from London. When Elizabeth was 18, in 1944, she joined the women’s branch of the Army, and trained to become a mechanic. In 1947, Princess Elizabeth married Philip Mountbatten, a distant cousin. He was a Naval officer. They had four children, Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward. In 1952, the King became ill. Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip replaced him on a royal visit to Kenya, at that time a British colony in Africa. On 6 February, they received news that the King had died. Elizabeth immediately became Queen. Her coronation ceremony took place on 2 June 1953.

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FIFTH CONTINENT: OCEANIA

Final destination

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TRAVEL

Read the clues for each country. Once you think you have discovered which country it is, go to the other website I gave you and find it on the map. Note down the numbers. You will have to do some math at the end!

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Country 1

Country 2

Country 3

Country 4

Country 5

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http://www.youngcommonwealth.org/members/

Its borders are along the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.

It has been one of the countries belonging to the Commonwealth since its creation.

It is the largest country among the Commonwealth.

It became independent in 1947.

It left the Commonwealth in 1961 because of its racial segregation laws.

It has been one of the countries belonging to the Commonwealth since its creation.

It is not a former British colony.

It joined the Commonwealth at the same time as Pakistan.

It is located in Southern Asia.

It rejoined the Commonwealth in 1994, after the end of Apartheid.

It is the Southernmost country of the African continent.

There are 4 stars on its flag.

It is an island country with two main islands.

Its coastline borders the Indian Ocean.

Its neighbours are the United Republic of Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Eswatini.

You have completed your passport!
BUT... It's not over yet!

Congratulations! You have got your visa to explore the smallest territory of the Commonwealth: NAURU!

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