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di·dac·tic

(dī-dak'tik),
Instructive; denoting medical teaching by lectures or textbooks, as distinguished from clinical demonstrations involving patients or laboratory exercises.
[G. didaktikos, fr. didaskō, to teach]

didactic

[dīdak′tik]
Etymology: Gr, didaskein, to teach
pertaining to classroom teaching or instruction.

didactic

adjective Referring to teaching; instructive; with explicit rules.

di·dac·tic

(dī-dak'tik)
Instructive; denoting medical teaching by lectures or textbooks, as distinguished from clinical demonstrations with patients or laboratory exercises.
[G. didaktikos, fr. didaskō, to teach]
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We discuss here certain marking options that should be central to building didactically adequate environments and, therefore, should be included in underlying software.
The theories eschew intellectual aloofness, always grounded in a corporeal situation that goes no further than merely to suggest a theoretical concept rather than didactically or authoritatively to impose one.
The work distinguishes itself with its well selected illustrations and didactically excellent composition.
Incidence of tumor vascularity demonstrated didactically by coronary arteriography is rare for cardiac myxomas since myxomas are composed of bradytrophic tissue so onlyfew well illustrated cases have been reported so far (5).
Letting go in this way can be challenging to those used to teaching didactically.
It is telling that one of Bernstein's only successful pieces of overtly political music was the plaintive, anti-Vietnam War song "So Pretty," which, rather than cataloging the world's problems, focuses simply and elegantly on one of them, and does so poetically rather than didactically.
These writings are progressive and didactically developed over more than 600 pages, 20 chapters and with generous inclusion of tables, figures, coloured photos, citations and bibliographical references and appendices.
Actually most of his scripts needs careful reading and a lot of interpretation, since Lacan himself never cared much for structuring his prose didactically, defining concepts and keeping the definitions rigorously throughout the books.
Borges's dislike for "histories" is compounded, in the case of national literary histories, by their identitarian pretensions and their teleological bent, by the fact that they didactically propose national representativity and national belonging, two notions that Borges tirelessly questions (except when it suits him to uphold them).
Co-written and narrated by world-renowned poet and author Maya Angelou, "The Black Candle" is a didactically uplifting story about the struggles and triumphs of Black families and communities striving to embody the seven principles of Kwanzaa: unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
This is a most daring and didactically innovative way of making his students interested in reading a foreign (although in the end not so foreign) national literary production, which is no small deal in today's mass media age.
What is new here is the recitation of the story of the founding of Old-New Land, inserted didactically into the narrative.