didactics

NOUN
  1. the activities of educating or instructing; activities that impart knowledge or skill
    our instruction was carefully programmed
    good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded
    he received no formal education
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How To Use didactics In A Sentence

  • I will cease with the didactics and the beating of this otherwise dead horse, because what would prove fundamentally more powerful is the rapper's success next season. Marjon Rebecca Carlos: Pret-a-Parler: Kanye's Debut Conversation With Style
  • But an open-minded viewer in search of some profound silence amid the hubbub of daily urban life including the MFA's store, coffee counter and overbearing didactics elsewhere on the walls of its new Linde Family Center for Contemporary Art, where the Kelly show is installed can derive considerable pleasure from this show. Beautiful, Quiet and Spare
  • Didactics deduced from Dream in the Red Mansion sharply reflects the author's positive and negative didactical concept and modern consciousness of advocating democracy and equality on didactics.
  • Practicum students have the option of attending the didactics on the day they do not attend clinic (sleep shorts Wednesday or sleep grand rounds Thursday). Practicum Training
  • He works in the areas of intercultural communication, second language acquisition and second language didactics.
  • He does not adopt the spurious neutrality of pure description, but he does not proffer moral didactics either. The Times Literary Supplement
  • And so we have here not the first -- for, as has been said, the Heroic romance itself had much earlier been "conscripted" into the service of didactics -- but the first brilliant, or almost brilliant, example of that novel of purpose which will meet us so often hereafter. A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800
  • The visit was preceded by a few days in Bogot√°, where I talked to ELT groups and helped launch a new Masters course in English didactics at the University of La Sabana. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Not wanting to clutter the garden with "didactics," Ms. Li says just a couple of signs will give brief accounts of these stories. The Huntington's Garden
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