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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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Throughout the session, there was a consensus that social issues need to be tackled through metaphor and not didactically. Sana Amanat from Marvel gave examples of how X-Men could actually be referring to being black in the US, being a group of people who are considered dangerous and different.
Take the exam ASAP--you are didactically more prepared now than you will be at any later point in time.
Chapter 4 is another didactically oriented chapter, presenting a proposal from the Netherlands to focus explicitly on language within the context of immersion.
In fact, Troost's designs didactically set the tone for what was, as determined and modeled by Hitler, considered to be the new, appropriate artistic expression within the Third Reich.
Discussion reveals that evaluation of Knowledge Discovery, Empathy, Respect for the Other, Tolerance to Ambiguity, Flexibility in Behavior and Communicative Conscience transposes itself didactically for the practice of programmatic contents of the curriculum of fundamental education.
(2.) Joost van Neer, "Didactically Responsible Use of Humour in St.
"[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.
As a scientist, he understands that the topics can be extremely dry (He just doesn't know why!) and these amusing images often help drive home an important concept that can be better learned through visual imagery rather than didactically.
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.