It first introduces Enoch Powell’s controversial and unpleasant attitudes towards migration, challenging students to work out how ‘typical’ Powell’s attitudes were.
To do this, students look at some of the legislation that was introduced by the British government to deal with migrants and migration during this period.
Next they place these developments in context by examining broader contextual factors that were at play.
A great introductory enquiry, giving students the chance to gather plenty of contextual knowledge.
- Lesson presentation: PowerPoint
- Lesson write-up: PDF
- Worksheet 1-3: PDF