instructional materials and approaches that motivate, stimulate, and engage students.
Each week, Trinidad posts a new recipe with instructional photographs.
Rather than be instructional or cautionary, the show turns its subjects into feasting zoo objects for audiences to gawk at.
In 2000, 500 women participated in instructional handgun-shooting clinics with the NRA nationwide.
The instructional clip joins the canon of bizarre workplace training videos released over the years.
This German leaven forms an instructional class for the remainder of the troops in these formations, who are Turkish.
The answer house had been set up as an instructional device.
It may be that the balloon is in use for instructional purposes.
We had the assistance of three or four of the instructional officers.
He was in the Civil Branch for a few years, then was assigned to instructional duty.
c.1400, instruccioun, "action or process of teaching," from Old French instruccion (14c.), from Latin instructionem (nominative instructio) "building, arrangement, teaching," from past participle stem of instruere "arrange, inform, teach," from in- "on" (see in- (2)) + struere "to pile, build" (see structure (n.)). Meaning "an authoritative direction telling someone what to do; a document giving such directions," is early 15c. Related: Instructions.