So for a while I've had this idea bouncing around in my head, that Hebrew should be presented for new learners as a single language, not two separate languages (Biblical and Modern). Because, while Modern and Biblical Hebrew differ in some details, it's still basically a single language. And just as many Arabic courses present two or more forms of Arabic concurrently (say, Modern Standard and Egyptian dialect, or Saudi or Iraqi or Lebanese), it shouldn't be difficult to introduce the beginning student to the language of the Scriptures together with the daily language of modern-day Israel.
I'm going to test out a few ideas here on LJ. I'll start with the alphabet and move on from there. I'm not fluent in Modern Hebrew but I know enough. If you're new to Hebrew and interested, let me know, and if you're knowledgeable about Hebrew, please feel free to chime in with suggestions and/or corrections.
I am notionally calling the program 'Hebrew Then and Now'.