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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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The "Precepts of Chiron" was a didactic poem made up of moral and practical precepts, resembling the gnomic sections of the "Works and Days", addressed by the Centaur Chiron to his pupil Achilles.
The shallowness of a waternixie's soul may have a charm until she becomes didactic. But he controlled himself, and only said, with a touch of despotic firmness--
"Granting the continuity of life," said he, in his most didactic manner, "none of us can predicate what opportunities of observation one may have from what we may call the spirit plane to the plane of matter.
He lost his way in long passages for some six or eight minutes: till he heard the high-pitched, didactic voice of the doctor, and then the dull voice of the priest, followed by general laughter.
"The principal difficulty in your case," remarked Holmes, in his didactic fashion, "lay in the fact of there being too much evidence.
Contract award notice: Didactic - material package for cognitive development of children ()
AS part of efforts to internationalise its programmes and deliver on its mandate of technical and entrepreneurial education, Nigeria's premier and only Technical University, First Technical University (Tech-U), Ibadan has signed a Memoradum of Understanding with Festo Didactic, a world-leading provider of equipment and solutions for technical education.
Postgraduate training of orthodontics in Pakistan usually consists of 2 to 4 year training in which residents are taught through didactic lectures and clinical sessions.
Variance in Arabic Manuscripts: Arabic Didactic Poems From the Eleventh to the Seventeenth Centuries: Analysis of Textual Variance and Its Control in the Manuscripts
At RAK College of Medical Sciences (RAKCOMS) in teaching Biochemistry we use multiple teaching- learning methodology tools like didactic lecture, Case-Based Learning (CBL), Problem-Based Learning (PBL), seminars and small group discussions.
Doing so allows Freedman to make a case for reading Mieville as a didactic writer committed to Marxist dialectics and revolutionary thought.
To start there are three articles approaching themes linked to the teaching and learning of language skills, with the latter being developed in diverse genres by means of specific didactic procedures.