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Q: Is it possible to teach a value lesson without any cognitive basis at all?
A: Added Is it possible to teach a value lesson without any cognitive basis at all to Academic Majors 1 Oct 2011 22:07. [ Current answer: no because in every lesson there must ... [ ] ]
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User: Is it possible to teach a value lesson without any cognitive basis at all?

Weegy: Added Is it possible to teach a value lesson without any cognitive basis at all to Academic Majors 1 Oct 2011 22:07. [ Current answer: no because in every lesson there must ... [ ] ]
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User: do you agree that a cognitive or a skill lesson is a vehicle for value education?

Weegy: Cognitive skill (functioning) is a term referring to a human?s ability to process thoughts that should not deplete on a large scale in healthy individuals. [ Cognition mainly refers to things like memory, the ability to learn new information, speech, understanding of written material. The brain is usually capable of learning new skills in the aforementioned areas, typically in early childhood, and of developing personal thoughts and beliefs about the world. Old age and disease may affect cognitive function, causing memory loss and trouble thinking of the right words while speaking or writing ("drawing a blank"). Multiple sclerosis (MS), for example, can eventually cause memory loss, an inability to grasp new concepts or information, and depleted verbal fluency. Not all with the condition will experience this side effect, and most will retain their general intellect and the ability. ]
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User: A cognitive or a skill lesson is a vehicle for value education.Do you agree?

Weegy: Cognitive skill (functioning) is a term referring to a human?s ability to process thoughts that should not deplete on a large scale in healthy individuals. [ Cognition mainly refers to things like memory, the ability to learn new information, speech, understanding of written material. The brain is usually capable of learning new skills in the aforementioned areas, typically in early childhood, and of developing personal thoughts and beliefs about the world. Old age and disease may affect cognitive function, causing memory loss and trouble thinking of the right words while speaking or writing ("drawing a blank"). Multiple sclerosis (MS), for example, can eventually cause memory loss, an inability to grasp new concepts or information, and depleted verbal fluency. Not all with the condition will experience this side effect, and most will retain their general intellect and the ability. ]
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