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Interactive video lesson plan for: How to Make a Clockwork Orange

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You're not a social deviant, you just have a taste for the unusual. And fruit.

Step 1: Loosen the peel
Roll the orange around on a flat surface to loosen the peel.

Step 2: Remove the guts
Cut a large 'X' in the back of the orange and carefully remove its guts.

If you’re squeamish, or allergic to citrus, wear gloves for this part.

Step 3: Cut a hole
Cut a small circular hole in the other side of the orange.

Step 4: Insert clock mechanism
Shove the clock mechanism inside the orange, poking its 'drive shaft' through the hole.

Step 5: Attach clock hands & write numbers
Attach the clock hands… Write hours on the orange… And enjoy your fruity new timepiece.

Did You Know?
A Clockwork Orange caused so much controversy in Britain that director Stanley Kubrick received death threats to his family, causing him to pull it out of circulation there.

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