Formulating a Curriculum Framework for Bible Study:
Creating Course Objectives for Bible Curriculum in Jewish Schools
Bible teachers worldwide lack a shared language with which to describe expectations of what pupils will learn at various stages of their schooling. This article attempts such a language. It defines a framework, formulated with the assistance of twenty-five Bible teachers in Jewish schools in the United Kingdom. It is hoped that this article will contribute toward the discussion of curriculum benchmarks in the teaching of biblical studies.