本文将重点研究和研究文本（Saber Tooth Curriculum）。它将要探讨和评析Harold Benjamin的著名讽刺所谓的旧石器时代部落的教育和课程体系。这篇文章将在文本中产生争论，并将这与英国的教育系统联系起来，无论是学术上还是职业上。它将着眼于十四岁至十九岁儿童的教育框架，以及这与所涉及的文本有关。本文重点介绍十四至十九个框架的中学，因为这是我在教学领域。它将确定终身学习，通过职业教育的建设和如何“真正有用的知识”正在使用的Saber Tooth Curriculum和建筑业今天。Saber Tooth Curriculum是在美国不和谐的背景下写的。他们刚刚走出萧条的繁荣和萧条时代的结果。Harold Benjamin是一个教育家曾在第一次世界大战，成为支持教育改革通过化名J. Abner Peddiwell。Saber Tooth Curriculum认为是建立在旧石器时代的部落称为新的拳头锤制造商第一的教育系统。他熟练地制作，会对自己和自己的部落，本杰明的生存极为有利的工具得到了他的名字，J（1971，P7）状态；新的拳头赢得了他的名字和当地相当声望的制造这些文物中那么粗糙，更有用的形式比以前知道他的部落'。
This essay will look at and research a key text (The Saber Tooth Curriculum). It will set out to explore and critically review Harold Benjamin's renowned satire on the educational and curriculum system of a supposedly Palaeolithic tribe. The essay will create arguments within the text and relate this to the education system of Britain in both an academic and vocational setting. It will look at the educational framework for fourteen to nineteen-year-olds and how this relates to the text in question. The essay focuses on the fourteen to nineteen frameworks of secondary schools, as this is the field in which I teach in. It will identify lifelong learning through vocational education of construction and how "Really Useful Knowledge" is being used in the Saber Tooth Curriculum and the Construction industry today. The Saber Tooth Curriculum was written against the backdrop of disharmony in America. They had just come out of the depression as a result of boom and bust era. Harold Benjamin was an educationalist who had fought in the Fist World War and became a proponent of educational reform through his pseudonym J.Abner Peddiwell. The Saber Tooth Curriculum imagines the first educational system that is set up in the Palaeolithic period by a tribesman called New-Fist-Hammer-Maker. He had gained his name by expertly making a tool that would be extremely beneficial to the survival of himself and his tribe, Benjamin, J(1971,p7) states; New Fist gained his name and considerable local prestige by producing one of these artefacts in a less rough and more useful form than any previously known to his tribe'.