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di·dac·tic

 (dī-dăk′tĭk) also di·dac·ti·cal (-tĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Intended to instruct.
2. Morally instructive.
3. Inclined to teach or moralize excessively.

[Greek didaktikos, skillful in teaching, from didaktos, taught, from didaskein, didak-, to teach, educate.]

di·dac′ti·cal·ly adv.
di·dac′ti·cism (-tĭ-sĭz′əm) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.didactically - in a didactic manner; "this is a didactically sound method"
Translations

didactically

[dɪˈdæktɪkəlɪ] ADVdidácticamente

didactically

advdidaktisch

didactically

[dɪˈdæktɪklɪ] advdidatticamente
References in classic literature ?
No chance of Zepps over here, I should say," Collins declared, a little didactically.
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.
What didactically follows is the exigency of the imperative Hamilton prizes above all others--the disinterested "quest for information" amidst the clamorous voices that he is accused of being.
As part of renewal of the curriculum of the pharmaceutical education, the Department aims at setting up a didactically based teaching project, introducing new teaching methods in analytical chemistry based on off-line software training and on-line practicals.
She teaches both didactically and clinically and has received student awards for her teaching abilities.
whether the learning principles presented are practicably applicable to gamblers, either didactically or clinically;
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.
On some level this can be done didactically through effective teaching, but the better evidence available (see Bain, 2004) would suggest that it needs to be done through direct exposure or through "immersion experiences.
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