(1) The books written by Richardson and his followers accordingly became known as moral or didactic novels.(2) Leake used didactic approaches to teach the surveyors how to administer questionnaires and register oral responses.(3) The Korean tale, thus, has a stronger didactic and moral character than similar tales.(4) It's heavy stuff, but the idea-rich tale unfolds its philosophy in a way that manages to neatly skirt pedantic style and didactic tone.(5) The training consisted of didactic instruction and observation of live family therapy sessions.(6) I concur with Gurney's approach: Jacki's competent focus is neither didactic nor moralising.(7) Few of our didactic programs are taught on an interdisciplinary basis with the other health sciences.(8) This type of orientation program accentuates clinical practice and includes limited didactic instruction.(9) Because of the public funding, there was a conservative style and often a moral or didactic message in the films that were made at the Film Board.(10) When Welsh explores these themes too literally, the results can be overly didactic .(11) While these and other sociopolitical themes inform her writing, Hansen's books are not didactic .(12) With the exception perhaps of Tales of Burning Love, there are few contemporary novels with a wholly didactic religious purpose.(13) He was greatly interested in teaching for its own sake, and his didactic skill found an outlet in a whole stream of books.(14) Both clinical and didactic courses were taught primarily by pharmacy faculty, and rarely by medicine faculty.(15) The general lack of biographical and didactic information within the exhibition clouded these issues further.(16) He became more aggressive and personal, more didactic , more accusatory, more moralistic.