The World Socialism organisation provides an account of ‘what socialism is’ here:
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From this, students could then consider the extent to which they think the Labour Party are a socialist movement. This could be considered in the context
of the election of Jeremy Corbyn, some information on his proposed policies are here
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but there is a vast array of information (reminding students to consider the source). They may also find it helpful to consider the position in Scotland with regards to the Labour Party
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As a final task students could be set the task:
“If you had to design a logo to represent each of these political ideologies, what would it be”? This could be done individual or as a team where students present their logo and explain the choices within it.
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