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1. In totalitarian societies, art exists for didactic purposes.
2. I don't like her didactic way of explaining everything.
3. His novel has a didactic tone.
4. He is more didactic in his approach to the learning process.
5. And he is too morally didactic to enjoy, as a biographer must, the complexities and ambiguities of his subject.
6. The play is didactic in tone and ethical in nature.
7. Kubrick made the movie with both didactic and creative intentions.
8. These stories are more explicit and more didactic, probably because they are more self-consciously in-tended as correctives.
9. This may be because of the built-in didactic nature of any story written specifically for the young.
10. History paintings had to be grand and didactic, with subjects drawn from the Bible, classical mythology and history.
11. Another outstanding characteristic of this genre is its didactic, moralizing character.
12. They range from the pornographic to the didactic style of Open University programmes.
13. However, the didactic goal usually does irreparable harm to the characterization of the dramatis personae.
14. True, the storyline was not completely didactic, which was just as well since when art does so it becomes dreary.
15. The didactic emphasis, she continues, is now being questioned and shifting towards a more patient-centred involvement.
16. I don't like his didactic manner.
17. Since then, some scholars began to adopt didactic literature instead of wisdom literature.
18. The real 3/4 didactic system to work with the famous platform Didactics , progressions, style and hip hop flavour.
19. This novel was intended to be neither didactic nor aggressive.
20. In 1632, Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670) wrote "Great Didactic" and the book gave a foundation of the recent times capitalism school curriculum range.
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21. My next - door neighbor is a didactic old lady.
22. Lectures and tutorials will offer didactic and experiential learning opportunities.
23. Instead of developing careful analytical thinking, the staff could be instructed to introduce closed didactic procedures that are heavily information-driven.
24. In general it seems that the greater the learning difficulties, the more didactic is the approach and the more controlling the relationship.
25. The intellect, by the definition of consciousness, separates itself from the emotions; and didactic literature does the same.
26. Results The new teaching style could vitalize the students' motivation of learning and help students establish correct clinical therapeutic thoughts. It gained fine didactic effects.
27. However, as Bolt notes, Brecht did not always follow his own didactic technique.
28. Gough said the School's series was "an opportunity to turn self-help on its head, " promising: "They won't be didactic, prescriptive books.
29. Finally, how if at all does the theme of education support the novelist's didactic intent?
30. EXMP : His speech to the new freshmen was painfully didactic.
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