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'''Didactic''' is an [[English]] [[adjective]] meaning "Instructive or intended [[teaching|to teach]] or demonstrate, especially with regard to [[morality]]."<ref>https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/didactic</ref>
 
'''Didactic''' is an [[English]] [[adjective]] meaning "Instructive or intended [[teaching|to teach]] or demonstrate, especially with regard to [[morality]]."<ref>https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/didactic</ref>
  
It has etymologyical origins in [[French]] ''didactique'' and Ancient Greek διδακτικός.
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It has etymologyical origins in [[French]] ''didactique'' and [[Ancient Greek]] διδακτικός.
  
 
In [[our context]], references to "didactive material", "didactive principles", etc really refer to "teaching material", "teaching principles", etc.
 
In [[our context]], references to "didactive material", "didactive principles", etc really refer to "teaching material", "teaching principles", etc.

Latest revision as of 16:19, 2 December 2020

Didactic is an English adjective meaning "Instructive or intended to teach or demonstrate, especially with regard to morality."[1]

It has etymologyical origins in French didactique and Ancient Greek διδακτικός.

In our context, references to "didactive material", "didactive principles", etc really refer to "teaching material", "teaching principles", etc.

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