THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN TEACHING THE BIBLE

Yvonne Joubert

Abstract


The role of the teacher is crucial in the education process. The emphasis in the teaching situation should be on the learning process as facilitated by the teacher and not the ‘conveying of knowledge’ by the teacher. Competencies rather than content have become an imperative to enable students to comprehend a continuously changing world. To realise this aim teaching methods and communication of the teacher play an important role. Knowledge of the communication process on the one hand and the receiver on the other hand has become an imperative.

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Teaching the Bible

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/49-0-1617

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