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didactic

(of works of art or literature) containing a political or moral message to which aesthetic considerations are subordinated
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Students learned lessons that are not easily taught didactically but that are relevant to understanding policy development.
Where] Mockingbird beguiles, dazzles and moves to tears as it conveys core values of empathy and human decency, Watchman horrifies with its ugly racism, even as it emotes and moralizes didactically, clunkily and shrilly.
Introduction to Mycology in the Tropics" presents diagrams of significant fungal species' life cycles (some presented for the first time in a didactically suitable format, helping readers understand the dynamic) and sometimes highly complex--development of fungi over time.
Introduction to Mycology in the Tropics" presents diagrams of significant fungal species' life cycles-some presented for the first time in a didactically suitable format, helping readers understand the dynamic-and sometimes highly complex-development of fungi over time.
and these amusing images often help drive home an important concept that can be better learned through visual imagery rather than didactically.
But in many of the standout works that have emerged from this scene, young women--in registers of resignation or defiance, didactically or through performing the intertwinements of "sexuality, innocence, darkness, complacency"--seem to pull off the paradoxical feat of taking back their images at the very moment of surrender.
She teaches both didactically and clinically and has received student awards for her teaching abilities.
With the advancing year dental undergraduates have to work didactically incorporating lab work and patient care in addition to studies.
Combe didactically disapproves of deception to achieve self-interest, an attitude he and Austen broadly share.
Basic principles are didactically edited in series of pictures and/or diagrams.
In chapter 1, Head traces Burney's approach of "employing women didactically to exemplify particular aspects of contemporary and recent musical culture" (p.
Gothic novels are 'the mother ship of literary picture identification--no other literary period or genre is so pervasively, didactically, and obsessively concerned with it' (6).