The infamous ‘Anarchy in the UK’ by the Sex Pistols could be playing as students enter the room as a prelude to the students considering what today’s lesson may be focussing on. What can they gather from the lyrics? What do they already understand about the term ‘anarchy’?
Students could then look at the website of the Anarchist Federation before creating a factsheet on anarchy using this and other sources:
Discover More Anarchist Federation
Copies of the following newspaper article could then be shared before discussing the extent to which Russell Brand could be considered an anarchist:
Discover More Anarchy in the UK is back in the headlines
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