Didactic


Definition:
From the Greek, didactic literally means “teaching.” Didactic works have the primary aim of teaching or instructing, especially the teaching of moral or ethical principals. It is intended to morally instruct, and to teach a lesson.

Examples:
1. The Bible.
- The Bible offers morals and guidence within the stories.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Didactic

2. Books also offer didactic.
- Most books set examples of problems and their situation with a moral at the end.
A story that has didactic is the Boy Who Cried Wolf, the lesson of the story is that is you lie many times people will stop beliving you even when you are telling the truth.

3. Television offers shows that have didactic.