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★Prenatal Yoga Online Videos and Classes

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Difficulty Levels

Difficulty refers to the level of skill and technique called for in a class.

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Beginner

Beginner series are most approachable for those who have little or no exposure to yoga. These series typically offer more modifications and detailed instructions on fundamental poses.

These series are perfect for someone who is looking to start a yoga practice and explore the benefits of yoga. These classes can help you to learn the basics of starting a practice, foundational poses, understanding breathwork, and learning to focus on the moment every time you come to the mat.

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Moderate

Moderate classes may include moderate pose modifications and less instruction than found in Beginner classes.

These series are perfect for someone who has previous exposure to yoga, whether at home or in a studio setting, and has a basic understanding of foundational poses and class structure. They are the perfect opportunity to grow your practice, maintain consistency, and enjoy classes designed to grow your pose library and increase your strength.

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Intermediate

Intermediate series tend to be more detailed tutorials on how to achieve more challenging asanas and end-goal poses. These classes help build strength and body awareness by exploring transitions, trying inversions, and mastering breath and movement.

These series are perfect for someone who has a consistent yoga practice and has established confidence in poses, progressions, and general yoga knowledge. They help students express creativity and find freedom in exploring flows and movement. There is less cueing than in Beginner or Moderate content.

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Advanced

Advanced classes are the perfect opportunity to explore your potential beyond what is found in typical in-studio classes. You’ll find your edge while exploring a greater level of strength, control, and skill work.

These series are ideal for students who have high body awareness, are comfortable with most poses, and have confidence in their strength and breath work. These classes allow opportunities to practice inversions, floating, or advanced transitions.

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Beginner

Beginner series are most approachable for those who have little or no exposure to yoga. These series typically offer more modifications and detailed instructions on fundamental poses.

These series are perfect for someone who is looking to start a yoga practice and explore the benefits of yoga. These classes can help you to learn the basics of starting a practice, foundational poses, understanding breathwork, and learning to focus on the moment every time you come to the mat.

Read more Close

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Moderate

Moderate classes may include moderate pose modifications and less instruction than found in Beginner classes.

These series are perfect for someone who has previous exposure to yoga, whether at home or in a studio setting, and has a basic understanding of foundational poses and class structure. They are the perfect opportunity to grow your practice, maintain consistency, and enjoy classes designed to grow your pose library and increase your strength.

Read more Close

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Intermediate

Intermediate series tend to be more detailed tutorials on how to achieve more challenging asanas and end-goal poses. These classes help build strength and body awareness by exploring transitions, trying inversions, and mastering breath and movement.

These series are perfect for someone who has a consistent yoga practice and has established confidence in poses, progressions, and general yoga knowledge. They help students express creativity and find freedom in exploring flows and movement. There is less cueing than in Beginner or Moderate content.

Read more Close

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Advanced

Advanced classes are the perfect opportunity to explore your potential beyond what is found in typical in-studio classes. You’ll find your edge while exploring a greater level of strength, control, and skill work.

These series are ideal for students who have high body awareness, are comfortable with most poses, and have confidence in their strength and breath work. These classes allow opportunities to practice inversions, floating, or advanced transitions.

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Intensity Levels

Intensity is not the same as difficulty; it refers to the amount of exertion that a workout requires.

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Level 1

This intensity level is ideal for students seeking slow-paced, restorative, or breath-focused content.
Students often leave their mat feeling relaxed and at-ease.

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Level 2

Series within this level vary from energizing flows to entry-level strength content.
They typically move at a slow-to-moderate pace. Students can expect to feel comfortably challenged and explore a wider
range of movement.

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Level 3

Get sweaty with flow and strength content designed to increase your breathing and challenge your limits.
Level 3 intensity classes will increase the pace of your movement and test your endurance.

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Level 4

Push your edge in classes designed to make you sweat. This intensity level moves at a fast pace to increase your heart rate and
accelerate your breathing. Work hard to discover untapped levels of strength and endurance.

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Level 1

This intensity level is ideal for students seeking slow-paced, restorative, or breath-focused content.
Students often leave their mat feeling relaxed and at-ease.

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Level 2

Series within this level vary from energizing flows to entry-level strength content.
They typically move at a slow-to-moderate pace. Students can expect to feel comfortably challenged and explore a wider
range of movement.

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Level 3

Get sweaty with flow and strength content designed to increase your breathing and challenge your limits.
Level 3 intensity classes will increase the pace of your movement and test your endurance.

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Level 4

Push your edge in classes designed to make you sweat. This intensity level moves at a fast pace to increase your heart rate and
accelerate your breathing. Work hard to discover untapped levels of strength and endurance.
Intensity Levels

Intensity is not the same as difficulty; it refers to the amount of exertion that a workout requires.

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Level 1

This intensity level is ideal for students seeking slow-paced, restorative, or breath-focused content.
Students often leave their mat feeling relaxed and at-ease.

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Level 2

Series within this level vary from energizing flows to entry-level strength content.
They typically move at a slow-to-moderate pace. Students can expect to feel comfortably challenged and explore a wider
range of movement.

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Level 3

Get sweaty with flow and strength content designed to increase your breathing and challenge your limits.
Level 3 intensity classes will increase the pace of your movement and test your endurance.

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Level 4

Push your edge in classes designed to make you sweat. This intensity level moves at a fast pace to increase your heart rate and
accelerate your breathing. Work hard to discover untapped levels of strength and endurance.

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Level 1

This intensity level is ideal for students seeking slow-paced, restorative, or breath-focused content.
Students often leave their mat feeling relaxed and at-ease.

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Level 2

Series within this level vary from energizing flows to entry-level strength content.
They typically move at a slow-to-moderate pace. Students can expect to feel comfortably challenged and explore a wider
range of movement.

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Level 3

Get sweaty with flow and strength content designed to increase your breathing and challenge your limits.
Level 3 intensity classes will increase the pace of your movement and test your endurance.

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Level 4

Push your edge in classes designed to make you sweat. This intensity level moves at a fast pace to increase your heart rate and
accelerate your breathing. Work hard to discover untapped levels of strength and endurance.

How This Fits Together

Each series lives at an intersection of Difficulty and Intensity. While one maybe Beginner and Intensity 4, another may be Advanced and Intensity 1. We have something for everyone in every mood.

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MacKenzie Miller's "Prenatal Yoga" Online Video Workouts on Alo Moves

Prenatal Yoga

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Care for your mental, emotional, and physical health during your pregnancy and beyond. This series is designed to empower and support your changing body with prenatal-specific yoga flows, meditations, lectures, and pranayama.

While many prenatal programs bypass the importance and power of the mind, this series embodies the whole journey of pregnancy. It speaks to the physical and physiological changes that occur and empowers you to feel confident while taking care of yourself during pregnancy. Modifications are provided for your practice as you evolve throughout your pregnancy journey.

It is so important to also tend to your mental wellbeing during your pregnancy. The included meditations will help you stay calm and grounded while on the rollercoaster of your pregnancy while providing you with time to connect to the being that is developing inside your belly.

This series includes:

• Two yoga flows filled with prenatal-specific modifications for each trimester.

• One strength training practice designed to maintain strength, stability, and power.

• Two lectures to inform and empower with information about the psychological, physiological, and cardiovascular changes that are taking place in your body.

• Four meditation practices that encourage centeredness during times of emotional, physical, and hormonal changes. It also allows for special quiet time with your growing baby.

• One pranayama practice to help harness the power of breath during labor and delivery.

• One myofascial release class to relieve physical discomfort and tension.

Both mind and body will reap the amazing benefits of exercise, movement, meditation, and self-care, helping to prepare you for the arrival of your bundle of joy.

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Work hard, find softness. MacKenzie Miller will leave you feeling as if you have flirted with gravity and laughed with the divine. Students are instantaneously transported away from the hustle of their daily lives, allowing their mat to be an arena reserved for cultivating inner peace.

MacKenzie is a certified personal trainer and yoga instructor. Her teaching combines thorough understanding of alignment and anatomy with the joy of balance and movement. She engages deeply with her students and her classes are thoughtfully sequenced, creating a safe space to have fun and explore, work hard yet find softness.

No aspect of the modern practice experience is left untouched. All will leave energized, grinning and humming at the end.

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    Preview: Go With The Flow

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    Preview: Embracing The New You

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    How To Approach This Plan

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    Lecture: Changes During Pregnancy

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    This lecture discusses the many physical and hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy. You will gain insight into how these changes impact your body and therefore, your…
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    Lecture: How To Modify During Pregnancy

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    This lecture provides suggestions and recommendations applicable to your yoga practice or fitness routine by trimester, always remembering your body is your best guide.
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    Meditation: I Trust My Body

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    Women’s bodies are miracle makers. This meditation helps strengthen the bond between you and your body. Building trust in its ability to communicate with you will help you …
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    Meditation: Moving Through Fear

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    Fear is present at some point during pregnancy, whether it be about the process, the baby, or your ability as a mother. Instead of letting your fears run rampant, this medi…
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    Meditation: Embracing The New You

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    In this meditation, we reflect on the emotional and physical changes that occur during pregnancy.
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    Meditation: The Waves

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    This wave meditation will guide you through fluctuations of the mind and body. It comes in handy during labor when you are having contractions.
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    Pranayama: The Power Of Breath

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    Pranayama practices are powerful coping tools, especially when life is stressful or chaotic. This pranayama practice will guide you through Nadi Shodhana, which is a breath…
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    Restorative: Soft & Supported

    (30:32)

    Feel completely supported with gentle poses that create space and is doable throughout your whole pregnancy.
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    Myofascial Release: Revive & Refresh

    (31:16)

    Nourish your fascia and release physical tension through this myofascial practice. This class can provide the physical release you desire without the negative side effects …
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    Strength Training: I Am Powerful

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    Strength work helped me step into my physical power during pregnancy, and helped me realize how much strength comes from the mind. In the circuit training, we strengthen yo…
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    Flow: Supple & Strong

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    This 30-minute flow is all about creating healthy mobility and strength around your hips. I provide variations throughout so you can adjust and modify to what feels best to…
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    Flow: Go With The Flow

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    This simple flow allows you time to move and breathe in your body. We place emphasis on opening the upper body, specifically the chest and shoulders. Enjoy!

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Keeping in shape whilst pregnant is so important and will make getting back in shape after the birth so much easier. Yoga is being used by more and more women to do just that.

This collection of 177 prenatal yoga and pilates exercise tuitional videos will hopefully give you plenty on inspiration to stay in shape. Many if not all of the workouts can be carried out in the comfort of your own home.

App features:
** Edit the video title, subtitle and keep your own set of user notes.
** Move the video around it's group and even change it's group.
** Make videos your favourites and give them your own rating
** Search by title or notes
** View by favourites or rating
** View by history the last ten played or visited videos

Videos include:
Prenatal Yoga Routine Lara Dutta
Prenatal Yoga 1 – 25 min version
Heidi Kristoffers Prenatal Yoga Flow Part 1
Prenatal Yoga Flow 2 Shoulders and Arms With Heidi
Prenatal Yoga With Heidi Legs and Butt
The Absolute Best Yoga Move To Do During Pregnancy
Beginner Prenatal Yoga Baby Mama Yoga 1 – BEXLIFE
Prenatal Yoga Love Your Unborn Baby In The Womb 15 Minute Pregnant Yoga Routine Part 1
Prenatal Yoga Exercise with Debra Geymayr
PreNatal Yoga for Beginners 29 minute Yoga Class
Pregnancy Yoga – Main Routine
Shiva Rea Mama and Baby Yoga Yoga Gaiam
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta Routine
Denise Austin 3rd Trimester Toning Pregnancy Workout
Third Trimester Pregnancy Exercises Beautiful Belly Healthy Pregnancy Workout
40 Weeks of Fitness Prenatal Workout Series with Lauren Huber Griffith Full Video
Prenatal Yoga with Summer Huntington
Free Yoga Class Prenatal yoga class online with Lesley Fightmaster Pregnancy Yoga
prenatal yoga – pregnancy yoga for birth
30 Minute Intermediate Advanced Prenatal Yoga
Pregnancy Yoga – Strength Stability
Pregnancy Yoga – Energising Flow
Pregnancy Yoga – Vinyasa Flow
Pregnancy Yoga Birth Preparation
Pregnancy Yoga – Embrace Change
Pregnancy Yoga is back
Pregnancy Yoga – 5 Key Modifications
Labour Oriented Endurance Exercises – Keep-ups
Lara Dutta Meditation Yoga
Har Har Meditation
Pregnancy Exercises – Yoga
Pregnancy Yoga – Warm up routine
Method PreNatal Yoga 2-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 4-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 5-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 3-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 1-5
Pregnancy Exercise – Warm Up
Pregnancy Exercises – shoulders and obliques
Prenatal Yoga Routine Gift Of Life 1st Trimester
Prenatal Vinyasa Yoga for Flow and Hip Opening
Happy Pregnancy Workout Exercises for 1st 2nd Trimester
20-Minute Gentle Prenatal Yoga Class Yoga w OneUrbanYogini
Pregnancy Yoga How to Workout Stretches For Pregnant Women by Jen Hilman
Leg and Butt Workout Prenatal Fitness Class FitSugar
Pregnancy Workout 1st 2nd Trimester Toning- Denise Austin
Denise Austin Prenatal Cardio Workout- Fit Firm Pregnancy
Prenatal Stretching and Strengthening Workout Wellness Today
Prenatal Safe Stretch Routine Relief for insomnia restless leg syndrome sciatica more
Prenatal Cardio Dance Workout for a Fit Pregnancy KeairaLaShae
Yoga for the second trimester
Heidi Klum Prenatal Workout Andrea Orbeck Fitness Class FitSugar
All Levels Prenatal Yoga for Strength and Balance
Second Trimester Pre Natal Exercise Video
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Routine
Pregnancy Yoga with Esther Ekhart and Jess
Pregnancy Yoga with Esther Ekhart and Jess Part 2
Prenatal Pregnancy Yoga Exercise
Prenatal Yoga for Digestion
Prenatal yoga labor inducing yoga
Warrior Pregnancy Yoga
Pregnancy Yoga Ease Hip Pain and Discomfort in Lower Back
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Relevance and Benefits
Soham Meditation with Lara Dutta – Ajapa Japa
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Labour Oriented endurance exercisesKeep–ups
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Har Har Meditation
Third Trimester Prenatal Yoga 3rd Trimester Prenatal Yoga Garland Pose
Hatha Yoga for Joints ALL LEVELS Posture
Yoga for the Third Trimester
Antenatal Breathing and Relaxation for Labour

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Keeping in shape whilst pregnant is so important and will make getting back in shape after the birth so much easier. Yoga is being used by more and more women to do just that.

This collection of 177 prenatal yoga and pilates exercise tuitional videos will hopefully give you plenty on inspiration to stay in shape. Many if not all of the workouts can be carried out in the comfort of your own home.

App features:
** Edit the video title, subtitle and keep your own set of user notes.
** Move the video around it’s group and even change it’s group.
** Make videos your favourites and give them your own rating
** Search by title or notes
** View by favourites or rating
** View by history the last ten played or visited videos

Videos include:
Prenatal Yoga Routine Lara Dutta
Prenatal Yoga 1 – 25 min version
Heidi Kristoffers Prenatal Yoga Flow Part 1
Prenatal Yoga Flow 2 Shoulders and Arms With Heidi
Prenatal Yoga With Heidi Legs and Butt
The Absolute Best Yoga Move To Do During Pregnancy
Beginner Prenatal Yoga Baby Mama Yoga 1 – BEXLIFE
Prenatal Yoga Love Your Unborn Baby In The Womb 15 Minute Pregnant Yoga Routine Part 1
Prenatal Yoga Exercise with Debra Geymayr
PreNatal Yoga for Beginners 29 minute Yoga Class
Pregnancy Yoga – Main Routine
Shiva Rea Mama and Baby Yoga Yoga Gaiam
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta Routine
Denise Austin 3rd Trimester Toning Pregnancy Workout
Third Trimester Pregnancy Exercises Beautiful Belly Healthy Pregnancy Workout
40 Weeks of Fitness Prenatal Workout Series with Lauren Huber Griffith Full Video
Prenatal Yoga with Summer Huntington
Free Yoga Class Prenatal yoga class online with Lesley Fightmaster Pregnancy Yoga
prenatal yoga – pregnancy yoga for birth
30 Minute Intermediate Advanced Prenatal Yoga
Pregnancy Yoga – Strength Stability
Pregnancy Yoga – Energising Flow
Pregnancy Yoga – Vinyasa Flow
Pregnancy Yoga Birth Preparation
Pregnancy Yoga – Embrace Change
Pregnancy Yoga is back
Pregnancy Yoga – 5 Key Modifications
Labour Oriented Endurance Exercises – Keep-ups
Lara Dutta Meditation Yoga
Har Har Meditation
Pregnancy Exercises – Yoga
Pregnancy Yoga – Warm up routine
Method PreNatal Yoga 2-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 4-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 5-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 3-5
Method PreNatal Yoga 1-5
Pregnancy Exercise – Warm Up
Pregnancy Exercises – shoulders and obliques
Prenatal Yoga Routine Gift Of Life 1st Trimester
Prenatal Vinyasa Yoga for Flow and Hip Opening
Happy Pregnancy Workout Exercises for 1st 2nd Trimester
20-Minute Gentle Prenatal Yoga Class Yoga w OneUrbanYogini
Pregnancy Yoga How to Workout Stretches For Pregnant Women by Jen Hilman
Leg and Butt Workout Prenatal Fitness Class FitSugar
Pregnancy Workout 1st 2nd Trimester Toning- Denise Austin
Denise Austin Prenatal Cardio Workout- Fit Firm Pregnancy
Prenatal Stretching and Strengthening Workout Wellness Today
Prenatal Safe Stretch Routine Relief for insomnia restless leg syndrome sciatica more
Prenatal Cardio Dance Workout for a Fit Pregnancy KeairaLaShae
Yoga for the second trimester
Heidi Klum Prenatal Workout Andrea Orbeck Fitness Class FitSugar
All Levels Prenatal Yoga for Strength and Balance
Second Trimester Pre Natal Exercise Video
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Routine
Pregnancy Yoga with Esther Ekhart and Jess
Pregnancy Yoga with Esther Ekhart and Jess Part 2
Prenatal Pregnancy Yoga Exercise
Prenatal Yoga for Digestion
Prenatal yoga labor inducing yoga
Warrior Pregnancy Yoga
Pregnancy Yoga Ease Hip Pain and Discomfort in Lower Back
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Relevance and Benefits
Soham Meditation with Lara Dutta – Ajapa Japa
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Labour Oriented endurance exercisesKeep–ups
Prenatal Yoga with Lara Dutta – Har Har Meditation
Third Trimester Prenatal Yoga 3rd Trimester Prenatal Yoga Garland Pose
Hatha Yoga for Joints ALL LEVELS Posture
Yoga for the Third Trimester
Antenatal Breathing and Relaxation for Labour

and many more

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Key Accounting Skills to Include in Your Cover Letter

Although there are several professional positions that you may apply for in the field of accounting, most companies look for almost the same accounting skills from their applicants.

Whether you are applying for an accountant, bookkeeper, auditor, or accounting clerk work post, here are some of the key accounting skills that you may include in your accounting  cover letter :

  • Present your analytical and mathematical skills. An applicant needs strong analytical and mathematical skills to succeed in the job. This help in the analysis of numbers and figures present in a variety of financial documents.
  • You must be detail-oriented and organized. All accounting jobs require proper organization and management of the company. Since you will be dealing with a lot of information, you must provide full attention to all the details of the documents that you will be working on.
  • Showcase your communication skills. One thing to add, even in  general cover letter templates , is strong communication skills. For accountants, this means that you can effectively explain the complex data within any financial and accounting presentations in a clear and concise manner.

Job hunting can be quite a taxing endeavor. With competitors flanking you on every side, and the hurdles of the application process itself, give yourself a fighting change by following these few simple tips.

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This free sample cover letter for an accounting graduate has an accompanying accounting graduate resume to help you put together a winning job application.

Joseph Maradona
4/12 Milan Ave
Victor Harbour SA 5211
M: 0400 222 333
E: [email protected]


[date]

Dear Sir or Madam

Re: Graduate Accountant position

I am writing to apply for the advertised Graduate Accountant position. I am a recent Bachelor of Commerce graduate with a major in Accounting, seeking the opportunity to implement my knowledge and skills and make a contribution to your organisation.

I have experience in all of the areas encompassed by this role through both work and study, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank account reconciliations, statutory account preparation and tax compliance, including BAS, GST, payroll tax and budgets.

In addition, I bring a wealth of other essential skills and qualities that I have developed through study and various work experience: teamwork and communication, time management, attention to detail, presentation skills, customer service and the ability to meet deadlines.

During my university studies I demonstrated my ability and energy in maintaining accounting-related employment while studying full time. I believe that with my positive attitude and strong work ethic, I would be a great fit for the advertised position.

You will find me to be a positive, motivated and hard-working person who is keen to learn and contribute. Given the opportunity, I would apply myself with enthusiasm to all tasks, ensuring that I get the job done accurately and efficiently.

My resume is attached, and I look forward to being able to discuss the position with you further.

Kind regards

[Sign here]

Joseph Maradona

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The best way to market yourself is with a top notch cover letter.

Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert

Sample cover letter for a marketing manager

Use your marketing skills on your best client: you.

Are you an ace when it comes to marketing products and services, but stuck when promoting yourself for marketing manager jobs? To be considered for top marketing manager jobs, it helps to have a cover letter that demonstrates your skills as well as the value you’d bring to the company.

For cover letter writing tips, view this sample cover letter for a marketing manager below. 

Additionally, you can learn more about marketing careers and search for  marketing manager jobs  on Monster.

 

 

Marketing manager cover letter template

 
 
MARIE JONES 
15 Park Way
Sometown, CA 55555
Home: 555-555-5555 | Cell: 444-444-4444
[email protected]
Available to Relocate
 

 

[Date]

Ms. Janet Ramos
VP Marketing
XYZ Company
1515 Market St.
Sometown, CA 55555

Re: Marketing manager position advertised on Monster.com

Dear Ms. Ramos:

I read your advertisement for a marketing manager with great interest. If you are seeking to augment your leadership team with an experienced and accomplished marketing professional known for breakthrough results, please consider my enclosed resume.

As JKL Company’s marketing manager since 2015, I direct all phases of both the creative and technical elements of marketing initiatives including data mining, brand creation, print/Web collateral development, lead generation, channel partner cultivation, customer segmentation/profiling, as well as CRM and acquisition strategies.

Perhaps most importantly, I offer a history of proven results, as evidenced by the following marketing accomplishments for my current employer:

 

  • Captured a 28% expansion in customer base since 2015, achieved during a period of overall decline in the retail industry.
  • Led national marketing campaign (comprised of trade show, media and PR initiatives) of company’s newly launched technology services division.
  • Developed and executed SEO strategy that achieved and sustained top 3 rankings on Google and Bing (organic, nonpaid results) for key product search terms.
  • Oversaw creation of new company logo and rebranded 100+ products to cement a cohesive corporate identity and support new company direction.

Given the opportunity, I’m confident in my ability to achieve similar groundbreaking marketing results for XYZ Company.

Ms. Ramos, I would welcome the chance to discuss your marketing objectives and ways I can help you attain them. Feel free to call me at 555-555-5555 to arrange a meeting. I look forward to speaking with you.

Sincerely,

Marie Jones
Enclosure: Resume

 

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    Wondering how you know which jobs and qualifications to highlight?

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    There’s no arguing that it takes longer to compose a custom cover letter for each application than just changing out the company names in a canned one. But if you care about getting the job (and I hope you do, since you’re taking the time to apply for it), personalizing each one is the way to go.

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    The cover letter seems to be the document most job seekers get stumped on. They start to write one—and they’re just not quite sure what to say or how to say it. To ease the burden so many of you are feeling when you sit down to write it out, I thought I’d offer some cover letter tips from the experts.

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    Cover Letter Tip #1: Be yourself.

    This is probably the most important tip of all. There’s so much formulaic cover letter advice that nowadays, every cover letter sounds exactly the same. That makes it even more difficult for employers to see the differences between candidates—which is one of the primary functions of your cover letter. So my advice is this… ditch the A, B, C formula and write about yourself and your interest in the position.

    Cover Letter Tip #2: Make a connection.

    When you are writing your cover letter and sharing about yourself, tell the employer why you’re interested in working for them. What do you admire about the company? Speak from your heart—in a professional way—but don’t be afraid to show a bit of your personality. This is what helps make your cover letter unique to you.

    Cover Letter Tip #3: Meet a need.

    Identify a need the company may have and share how you can help. Use examples of past successes to demonstrate or paint a visual picture for the employer of how you can help them in this same area. Again, speak in a conversational way and avoid using any templates or canned phrases.

    Cover Letter Tip #4: Avoid canned messages.

    Continuing on a bit with my last cover letter tip, I would avoid using any canned cover letter phrases and openings. For example: “please accept this… in response to…” or “I saw your advertised position of XYZ on a popular job board.” These tend to be incredibly overused. In fact, I’d venture to say 90 percent of cover letters start with one of these or a variation thereof. Buck the trend and start another way.

    Cover Letter Tip #5: Don’t bother repeating.

    Steer clear of repeating bullets from your resume. I’ve seen too many cover letters where people just pick three bullets from their resume and put them in their cover letter. Cover letters should introduce you to the employer, give them a glimpse of who you are, why you’re interested, and direct them to your resume for more information.

    Cover Letter Tip #6: Copy and paste your cover letter.

    I wrote a whole article on this one tip a few years ago, but it bears repeating now because I still see so many people who attach their cover letter to the email when applying for a position . I recommend making your cover letter the body of your email when you apply. In this case it would technically be referred to as an e-cover letter or e-note, but it will ensure it gets read. People read email. They see a cover letter attached and they may never open it and go right to the resume. But by making your cover letter the body of the email, it will be read.

    Cover Letter Tip #7: Keep it short.

    No one has the time to read your whole life story, but brevity is even more important when you’re using your cover letter as the body of your email. You want to keep it short so the reader will actually read it. If it seems too long, they’ll either scan it or avoid reading it because it’s too overwhelming.

    Cover Letter Tip #8: Close with a call.

    Encourage the employer to reach out to you via telephone or to review your social networking profile. Include both when you close your cover letter. You may even consider mentioning endorsements you have on your social networking profile so they can learn more about what your clients/past employers have to say about your work. Don’t forget to include your phone number at the end and a link to your profile URL to make it easy to access.

    Cover Letter Tip #9: Consider including a PS.

    I like to add a PS to the end of the cover letters we write. Of course, it’s not appropriate in every situation, but when you have something really compelling to say and you want to make sure it’s read, I recommend including a PS. Curiosity gets the better of people—it’s just human nature—and they will read it. So if you made an important contribution to a vital project that would benefit the employer, I recommend mentioning it.

    So that’s my list of cover letter tips for 2015. Which tip was your favorite? Didn’t see your favorite tip listed above? I’d love to hear it! Feel free to comment below and share it with me.

    About the Author

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    Pharmacy trade is a very good thing and Starting a retail business is a very right step to take if you are looking to delve into the retail pharmacy business because of the great returns on investment that is being guaranteed. Retail pharmacy industry is known to be highly competitive in most parts of the world and the competitors ensures that they do all that lies within their powers to gain favorable share of business available in the region. It is a fact that small retail pharmacy stores will always struggle with larger pharmacy chains when it comes to pricing power and brand recognition, which is why You will need to have strong reasons to be in business and the visions to succeed.

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    All over the world, the pharmaceutical industry is highly regulated because of the devastating effect of fake drugs and there are several laws and regulations that govern the patenting, testing, safety and marketing of drugs. As you are an Entrepreneur in the making of your own pharmacy , you must comply with the regulations of local pharmaceutical administrations so your pharmacy must follow the regulations that guides the sourcing, storage, sale, supply and keeping of records, in respect of medicinal products.

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    The biggest problem most entrepreneurs have with writing a business plan is that they don’t know where or how to start.

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    In my experience, a business plan is not always the long, complex and scary document you think it is. Depending on your target audience (banks, investors, business plan competition), a business plan can be as simple or complex as you want it.

    The list below covers a wide range of businesses. Whether you’re planning for a night club, used car sales, wedding planning or child day care services , you’ll find a business plan sample for any kind of business you can think of.

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    1.    Night Club Business Plan

    The Spot is a new night club that will focus on attracting the students of State University, with a student population that exceeds 22,000 and growing by 15% each year. The night club will be located one block away from the main campus. Read Full Business Plan  

    2.    Hair & Beauty Salon Business Plan

    Trend Setters is a full-service beauty salon dedicated to consistently providing high customer satisfaction by rendering excellent service, quality products, and furnishing an enjoyable atmosphere at an acceptable price, value and relationship.  Read Full Business Plan

    3.    Spa Health Club Business Plan

    Visions (VS) is a socially and environmentally conscious health club that is concerned not only with physical beauty but also with mental well being. It is a health club with environmental and social concerns that sets it apart from other clubs; all products used are plant safe and cruelty free.  Read Full Business Plan   

    4.    Bed and Breakfast Hotel Business Plan

    The long-term goal of Coach House Bed and Breakfast (Coach House) is to become the best choice on Tybee Island, Georgia for temporary lodging by creating a differentiated experience capitalizing on personal service, the historical nature of the Coach House building, and its unique location in one of the most attractive parts of the Old South.  Read Full Business Plan  

    5.    Plumbing Business Plan

    Water Tubes Plumbing is a plumbing company that has chosen residential new homes as its preferred niche. Water Tubes will be able to handle any service request for plumbing of volume home builds or custom new homes.  Read Full Business Plan  

    6.    Painting Contractors Business Plan

    Barnum Painters will provide top-quality interior and exterior residential and commercial painting services. The principal officers of Barnum Painters believe that most companies in this industry suffer two major problems : poor scheduling of job projects and poor retention of quality employees. We intend to change the way these are done and excel in both areas.  Read Full Business Plan 

    7.    Home Interior Design Business Plan

    Hamlin and Park Design will offers a wide range of interior design services to meet any client’s needs in our business area. Our services will include : On-site consultations; Project survey & analysis; Space planning & furniture arrangement; Design concepts; Finishes & furnishings; Custom designs; Purchasing, delivery, & installation; Project coordination & management.  Read Full Business Plan  

    8.    Furniture Manufacturer Business Plan

    Trestle Creek Cabinets will be formed as a cabinet company specializing in custom cabinets for the high-end residential, resort, and commercial market. Its founders have extensive experience in the construction and cabinet industry.  Read Full Business Plan  

    9.    Equipment Rental Sales Business Plan

    Equipment Rental, Inc. (ER) is a company that sells and rents heavy equipment such as bulldozers, backhoes, excavators, and trenchers as well as small home use and construction equipment such as tillers, augers, and chain saws.  Read Full Business Plan 

    10.    Building Construction Business Plan

    Concrete Installation LLC plans to become the leading provider of concrete formwork services in the area. This means always having the best and most efficient facilities, processes, and people. Read Full Business Plan  

    11.    Construction Repair Business Plan

    HodgePodge Sealcoating Company is a service provider that offers crack filling and sealcoating to residential customers. Sealcoating protects asphalt driveways by filling the cracks and coating the surface of the driveway, protecting it against the weather.  Read Full Business Plan

    12.    Computer Consulting Business Plan

    Calico Computer Consulting shall provide fast and reliable technical assistance to small office computer users. The keys to success for CCC are marketing and networking, responsiveness, quality, and generating repeat customers. The initial primary service offered will be hourly technical aid, although retainer contracts and projects will be considered in the future growth.  Read Full Business Plan   

    13.    Wedding Consultant Business Plan

    TLC Wedding Consultants is a full service company that provides complete consulting services for weddings , holy unions and anniversaries. Our services include weddings, honeymoons, receptions, anniversary consultations, budget planning, answers to etiquette questions, as well as full-service referrals to florists, hair stylists, entertainers, musicians, etc.  Read Full Business Plan  

    14.    Business Consulting Business Plan

    Growth Management and Strategies (GMS) is an ambitious innovative new company that is attempting to turn the small business consulting business on its head. With an experienced consultant at the helm as President, GMS intends to grow at more than 50 percent per year through solid customer service, a great sales plan, proven competitive strategies, and a group of people that bring dynamic energy to the company and the sales process.  Read Full Business Plan  

    15.    Seminar & Training Business Plan

    Advanced Linguistic Pontificators is a leading seminar and training program company led by a best-selling author. Advanced Linguistic Pontificators will be targeting medium- and large-size companies and corporations. Pontificators will quickly reach profitability and achieve $79,000 of net profit by Year Two.  Read Full Business Plan 

    16.    Marketing Strategy Consultant Business Plan

    The Cambridge Strategy Group (CSG), is dedicated to providing marketing and management consulting services to small and emerging businesses looking for opportunities to increase their potential for success. Unlike traditional management consulting firms that focus on analyzing problems for large customers, CSG works exclusively with small business clients to develop concrete, practical, short-term action plans that will start moving their businesses in the right direction.  Read Full Business Plan

    17.    Day Care Business Plan

    Safe Kids Child Care is a start-up organization that provides day care services to families living in the surburbs of a large city. This mid-sized child care facility serves children from three months to six years of age. Safe Kids’s services are safe and secure, providing the parents with an excellent place where their children can be taken care of.  Read Full Business Plan

    18.    Child Care Business Plan

    The Toddler Warehouse is a full-service child care/development facility that cares for toddlers from age three to five. The Toddler Warehouse will be concentrating on the upper end of the market: which is made up of double-income professional parents.  Read Full Business Plan 

    19.    Diaper Manufacturer Business Plan

    Baby Nappies World plans to enter and penetrate the baby nappies and sanitary pads market. Baby Nappies World is poised to take advantage of the impressive growth rate and minimal local competition in this market. It will have a dedicated and experienced staff, excellent order procurement, and effective management and marketing.  Read Full Business Plan

    20.    Movie Theater Business Plan

    The Falls River Theatre will provide the residents of Falls River with a long-awaited, hometown movie theatre. The films shown will be second run releases of the most popular movies in two target markets: families and young adults.  Read Full Business Plan 

    21.    Parenting Centre Business Plan

    A Mother’s Place is a new company targeted to open in downtown Santa Cruz. We will provide a family-friendly environment with high quality customer service to meet the daily emotional, physical and social well-being needs of mothers, young children and other family members. Read Full Business Plan

    22.    Recreation Center Business Plan

    Play Time for Kids has identified the family entertainment industry as its primary interest and the company has focused its efforts on the development of one or more family entertainment centers (FEC) to provide quality family entertainment activities to the communities in the Our County, Big City area.  Read Full Business Plan

    23.    Tutoring Service Business Plan

    Bryan’s Tutoring Service offers a wide range of academic subjects. Sessions can be set up as private or students may form groups for tutoring. Private sessions offer intense individual assistance, but groups sessions can also be beneficial with decreased economic costs and the use of team-based approach that the business program encourages. Read Full Business Plan 

    24.    Educational Software Business Plan

    Third Degree I.D. designs, develops, and markets instructional products and services for the corporate, education , government, and healthcare e-learning industries. It provides a core deliverable of programs, courses, and learning objects for the distance education, distributed learning, and e-learning markets.  Read Full Business Plan  

    25.    Driving School Business Plan

    Markam Driving School (MDS) offers a wide range of driver services. It is ultimately the goal of the company to be a one-stop facility for all driver needs, including registration, licensing, etc., but at this time Markam mainly offers private and commercial driver education in the Seattle, WA area. MDS is positioned as a low-cost facility with excellent service. Read Full Business Plan  

    26.    Computer Software Business Plan

    FoodFun Lifeskills Instructional Software (FoodFun LIS) is a start-up organization whose vision is to create the finest education/entertainment software for non-reading individuals with developmental disabilities. The software product is designed and created for the special education industry. It will be constructive by teaching certain lifeskills and will be fun to use, encouraging the student to use it as often as possible.  Read Full Business Plan 

    27.    Teachers Employment Agency Business Plan

    Teacherafterschooljobs.com is a new job search website that is designed to provide teachers with part-time or seasonal employment, supplementing their current income. The site will be effective in matching educated, mature, responsible educators with employers in need of their part-time or summer assistance. Read Full Business Plan  

    28.    Agriculture Farm Business Plan

    Botanical Bounty is working hard to become a leading producer of botanical plants for the natural supplement industry as well as plant nurseries. By leveraging a well thought-out business plan executed by a skilled management team, Botanical Bounty will generate over $216,000 in sales in the next three years.  Read Full Business Plan  

    29.    Agriculture Fruit Farm Business Plan

    Farmers Group is a company whose mission is to provide high quality, nutritional, and flavourful vegetables and strawberries for consumption in both near and remote areas. Additionally, the company will provide high quality planting materials for use nationwide.  Read Full Business Plan 

    30.    Coffee Export Business Plan

    Silvera & Sons prepares green Arabica coffee beans grown in Brazil for exportation to American specialty roasters and sells to wholesalers on the Brazilian market. Our coffee stands out from the competition. We prepare the top five percent, in terms of quality standards, of all Arabica beans on the market. Our customers seek this product as it provides them with a point of differentiation to specialty roasters. Read Full Business Plan  

    31.    Wholesale Juice Business Plan

    Oasis Juice is planning to expand its operation to include distribution to stores within the entire state.  Owner funding and internally generated cash flow will enable most of the expansion plans.   The company will also secure a $100,000 short-term loan.  Sales projections for the next three years are based on current sales success with the target customer base.  This plan will result in sales revenues growing to $1.2 million by Year 2.  Read Full Business Plan  

    32.    Feed and Farm Supply Business Plan

    Latheethen Feeds, Inc. is a well-established custom feed store. The company is engaged in the production of custom livestock feeds , bird feed, deer feed, and other animal products in relation to livestock animals, pets, etc. Latheethen Feeds, Inc. has recently expanded its production facility (custom mill) and is well-positioned to market its workroom production beyond its present client base.  Read Full Business Plan 

    33.    Workout Gym Business Plan

    The Mountain Brook Fitness Center is a thriving business-person’s club but is also one of the only family-focused clubs in the Monroe area. Fifty percent of our members are under the age of 45 and have young children. Currently, the center has 900 members. A center membership is $800 a year. The Mountain Brook Fitness Center wants to add an additional 300 members with families over the next three years.  Read Full Business Plan  

    34.    Fitness Equipment Business Plan

    Circuit Fitness Importing is a start-up business that has become the exclusive importer of the Wega Corporation’s innovative Esercitazione Diritta (Exercise Standing) fitness equipment. Circuit Fitness Importing is poised to receive the exclusive license to sell this patented equipment, already very popular in Europe, in the U.S.A.  Read Full Business Plan  

    35.    Martial Arts School Business Plan

    Cents and Sensibility will be a value-priced taekwondo martial arts school serving its customers in our community by providing several programs for a variety of purposes, ranging from basic martial arts, to self defense, to esteem and life skills building, and more.  Cents and Sensibility Martial Arts School plans to enhance its programs as it expands, developing new programs to ensure the students have as much access to the different aspects of Songahm Taekwondo as possible.  Read Full Business Plan 

    36.    Physical Fitness Gym Business Plan

    Ladies Only Fitness is a women-only health club that creates a personalized environment for women to pursue their fitness goals.  We have the best equipment and the best training program in this arena. We prepare our clients for success because we have the best weight-management program.  Positive Lifestyle Systems is a truly responsible and effective weight-management program. We offer this program with confidence. It is unbeatable.  Read Full Business Plan  

    37.    Wholesale Bicycle Distributor Business Plan

    Wheelie Deals is a wholesale distributor that serves the retail bicycle industry.  Wheelie Deals will carve out a focused niche within this industry, providing closeouts, last-year models, and fairly-used bicycles.  Currently, most of the large wholesalers will occasionally have a closeout to offer, however, the availability of special deals is spotty.  Wheelie Deals will quickly become the #1 source to provide retail shops with above average margins. Read Full Business Plan  

    38.    Clothing Manufacturer Business Plan

    New Look is a recent start-up manufacturer of an upscale clothing line targeted at males between the ages of 20 and 40. New Look not only develops the clothing line , but supports it with advertising and promotion campaigns. The company plans to strengthen its partnership with retailers by developing brand awareness. New Look intends to market its line as an alternative to existing clothing lines, and differentiate itself by marketing strategies, exclusiveness, and high brand awareness.  Read Full Business Plan 

    39.    Cosmetics Manufacturing Business Plan

    Bluespa is a company that has created a brand concept consisting of both skin care and athletic apparel utilizing multiple channels of distribution. We are seeking recurring investment to fund the growth of the brand, and position the company for an IPO. This plan shows how Bluespa will reach profitability in our third year of operation and generate shareholder return on equity within five years.  Read Full Business Plan  

    40.    Plastics Recycling Business Plan

    The growing utilization of plastics in industrial and consumer applications, combined with increased consumer awareness surrounding solid waste recycling , has led to an increased demand for recycled plastic resins and products. One of the fastest growing types of collected plastic materials for recycling is polyethylene terephthalate (“PET”) from post-consumer beverage and water bottles. Replay Plastics will capitalize on the opportunities in the recycled resin and packaging markets through two main divisions: a Recycling Division and a Packaging Division.  Read Full Business Plan  

    41.    Cleaning Products Business Plan

    The marketplace for janitorial products and services is changing, both in nature and scope. The consumer is becoming more conscious of the environmental impact of cleaners as the market expands. ChemSafe offers a innovative line of biodegradable, environmentally safe, citrus cleaners to janitorial services, retail outlets and consumers. The product line includes: Automotive cleaners; Industrial cleaners; Degreasers; Hand cleaners; Odour control; Tar remover; Concrete cleaners; Vehicle wash and wax products.  Read Full Business Plan 

    42.    Office Furniture Manufacturer Business Plan

    Willamette Furniture helps create pleasant and productive office environments with well-designed furniture that incorporates new technology into the classic office mode in which real people can work happily. We are sensitive to the look and feel of good wood and fine furniture as well as to high-powered personal computing. We always provide the best possible value to our customers who care about quality office environments, and we want every dollar spent with us to be well spent.  Read Full Business Plan  

    43.    Remodeling Business Plan

    Comgate is a custom mill house specializing in creating architectural woodwork in the form of wall paneling, custom cabinets, and other products for the local residential market. After initial losses and several thin profit years of competitive bidding construction projects, Comgate is creating this business plan in order to bring its mission statement into clearer focus. Prior years were characterized by hectic efforts to bid as many jobs as possible. Margins were thin as pricing policy was “flexible” for fear that there would be insufficient work for production staff. Read Full Business Plan  

    44.    Retail Furniture Manufacturer Business Plan

    Producing and selling furniture is a $12 billion industry.  The focus of the industry is on the affluent customer who can spend upwards of $3,000 on furniture purchases.  In our region, there are fifteen furniture stores that are competing for these customers with deep pockets.  Those customers who can’t afford these high prices are left with a poor selection of inferior products.  Read Full Business Plan 

    45.    Specialty Gifts Business Plan

    Pink Lady Bug Designs LLC (PLBD) is a provider of high-quality, uniquely crafted chocolates, gift baskets and other fine products that are sold for the purpose of raising awareness and funds for women’s health programs.  Read Full Business Plan  

    46.    Pharmacy Business Plan

    The Discount Pharmacy’s main goal is to provide prescription medications for our customers at the lowest prices on the market. We will be able to sell prescriptions at reduced prices by carefully maintaining efficiencies in our operations and by targeting a specific segment of the market – those customers who pay for their prescription medications themselves.  Read Full Business Plan  

    47.    Laboratory Business Plan

    Fargo Medical Laboratories (FML) is a start-up company committed to providing the most convenient, friendliest blood testing service to the physicians of the Main Street Professional Building and the surrounding area.  Read Full Business Plan 

    48.    Medical Equipment Business Plan

    MedNexis, Inc. (the company) is a medical device development company that has designed and patented medical devices which it plans to produce and market. A magnetic muscle stimulator/field generator has been designed with the participation of leading medical personnel and biomedical engineers. One patent is initially incorporated.  Read Full Business Plan  

    49.    Real Estate  Broker Business Plan

    While many people hope one day to purchase their own home, cultural barriers and shortages in affordable housing are just two of the issues that can prevent these dreams from materializing. Reed Properties is working to keep these dreams alive. This new real estate brokerage will not only define success by the number of units closed and sales volume but also by whether people were helped in the process.  Read Full Business Plan  

    50.    Bakery Business Plan

    Jolly’s Java and Bakery (JJB) is a start-up coffee and bakery retail establishment located in Southwest Washington. JJB expects to catch the interest of a regular loyal customer base with its broad variety of coffee and pastry products. The company plans to build a strong market position in the town, due to the partners’ industry experience and mild competitive climate in the area. JJB aims to offer its products at a competitive price to meet the demand of the middle-to higher-income local market area residents and tourists.  Read Full Business Plan 

    51.    Catering Business Plan

    Sumptuous Cuisine Catering is a local catering company serving both business and private clients within a ten mile radius. Established in 2005, the business has operated a catering kitchen and specialized in full-service catering and event planning for upscale events in the region. The business event management, event staff, a variety of cuisine for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and appetizers, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage service, floral design, space design and decor, musicians and DJs, event equipment and furniture rentals, and other event services.  Read Full Business Plan  

    52.    Restaurant Business Plan

    New World Delicatessen (NWD) is an eating establishment focusing on heathy, nutritious, and fast food to the local downtown area. The New World Deli will be an upscale deli specializing in a combination of fast hot or cold sandwiches and salads plus specific recipes focusing on the Pacific Northwest cuisine. Based on this distinct menu, New World Deli will follow a differentiation strategy that will provide unique, or hard to find choices to deli patrons.  Read Full Business Plan  

    53.    Fast Food Restaurant Business Plan

    Fresin Fries is a locally owned fast food outlet that will be positioned as an international franchise through our creative approach to the company’s image and detail presentation. Fresin Fries will provide a combination of excellent food at value pricing, with fun packaging and atmosphere. Fresin Fries is the answer to an increasing demand for snack-type fast food, to be consumed while window shopping and walking around inside a shopping mall.  Read Full Business Plan 

    54.    Fine Dining Restaurant Business Plan

    Gabri’s Lounge & Restaurant is a 60-seat fine-dining restaurant with a 20 seat lounge. We focus on our New American-Swedish menu with a touch of Asian influence. The menu will be inspired from different countries’ specialties and appeal to a diverse clientele.  Read Full Business Plan  

    55.    Food Preparation Business Plan

    What’s For Dinner? is an exciting, new business with a unique approach to helping people enjoy home cooked meals with their families. Customers will come to our office location and prepare 12 meals that they pre-select from a menu in a party atmosphere. In two hours, they will have a month’s worth of meals to put in their freezer.  Read Full Business Plan  

    56.    Internet Cafe Business Plan

    JavaNet, unlike a typical cafe, will provide a unique forum for communication and entertainment through the medium of the Internet. The public wants: (1) access to the methods of communication and volumes of information now available on the Internet, and (2) access at a cost they can afford and in such a way that they aren’t socially, economically, or politically isolated. JavaNet’s goal is to provide the community with a social, educational, entertaining, atmosphere for worldwide communication.  Read Full Business Plan 

    57.    Used Auto Sales Business Plan

    There is a need in community for a large selection of quality used cars, and Integrity Auto Sales will sell these top-quality used vehicles at a competitive price to customers in the area. The owner and sales manager have over 30 years of combined experience in new and used auto sales. We will continue to develop our excellent working relationship with local dealers and auctions to bring the savings to the customer.  Read Full Business Plan  

    58.    Home Accessories and Gifts Business Plan

    The Scarlet Tassel is a start-up retail store offering eclectic home accessories and gifts to consumers wanting to create a personalized home environment – that “I’m home” feeling. The Scarlet Tassel plans to cater to middle- and upper-class consumers who look beyond the national home accessory and gift chain stores for those expressions of individual personality and style.  Read Full Business Plan  

    59.    Home Decoration Fabrics Business Plan

    Interior Views is a retail store offering home decorator fabrics and complementary home accessories and resources. It is now approaching its fifth year in business. This destination store offers the advantages of providing fabrics specifically designed for home decorator use in fabric widths of 54 inches and greater. Over 900 fabrics are available on the floor at any time with more than 10,000 sample fabrics for custom “cut” orders.  Read Full Business Plan 

    60.    Gifts, Novelties, Souvenir Business Plan

    The Avant-Garde Shop is a retail store specializing in the sale of novelty of various product mix. The store, however, will emphasise the sale of official merchandise of the Avant-Garde brand with a full assortment of apparel, accessories and stationary, as well as other lifestyle related novelties. Read Full Business Plan  

    61.    Gift Basket Business Plan

    Basket of Goodies (BOG) is a premier gift basket retailer. BOG is concentrating on making gourmet gift baskets out of a wide range of high-quality ingredients. In addition to having several flagship baskets, BOG will also offer the option of a custom basket allowing the customer to choose the ingredients themselves.  Read Full Business Plan  

    62.    Family Clothing Business Plan

    ReHabiliments is a clothing and apparel business with located in Sandybar Harbour.  The company sells trendy clothing and apparel, such as casual and active wear, head gear, work-out gear, leather coats, and baseball jackets to an international market consisting of individuals of all ages, from all walks of life.  Read Full Business Plan 

    63.    Drapery Fabricator Business Plan

    Cutting Edge Drapery is a well-established decorators’ workroom. The company is engaged in the production of draperies, slip covers, and other textile products in accordance with the designs and concepts of interior designers. Cutting Edge Drapery has recently expanded its production facilities and is well-positioned to market its workroom production beyond its present client base.  Read Full Business Plan  

    64.    Custom-Printed T-Shirts Business Plan

    Your T-Shirt! is an exciting new business that allows people to custom design a shirt (specifically the design on the front or back) any way that they would like. By intelligently leveraging cutting edge technology, Your T-Shirt! will harness the power of computer sublimation to allow custom shirt printing in production runs as small as one unit.  Read Full Business Plan  

    65.    Convenience Store Business Plan

    MillenniumMart is the convenience store of the 21st Century future, fulfilling a need that will continue to exist into the future – the need for speed. MillenniumMart will be the first fully automated, 24 hour convenience store that is more like an enormous dispensing machine than the traditional store.  Read Full Business Plan 

    66.    Clothing Retail Business Plan

    Mahogany Western Wear is a new apparel store that caters to the African-American cowboy community in Houston, Texas. As our name suggests our focus is to provide western wear apparel and accessories, and position ourselves as the top retail store servicing this particular market.  Read Full Business Plan  

    67.    Butcher Shop Business Plan

    Parkdale Meats, is a startup specialty butcher shop to be launched in the coming year.  It will sell a wide menu of meats to customers including medium- and high-income residents of Parkdale, as well as high-income residents of neighboring towns, and high-end caterers.  Read Full Business Plan  

    68.    Cell Phones Retailer Business Plan

    Garbles Cellular Phones is taking advantage of an opportunity to become a highly distinguished and recognized leader in the mobile phone communications industry. It is the goal of our company to become established as the leading distributor of wireless communications services in the metro area.  Read Full Business Plan 

    69.    Bridal Shop Business Plan

    Moms, Maids, and More is a wedding attire shop like no other. While most retail bridal shops focus on selling wedding gowns, our focus is everything else. We will cater to the mothers of the bride and groom, bridesmaids, and flower girls. In addition, we will provide an array of accessories for all the female members of the bridal party.  Read Full Business Plan  

    70.    Automotive Car Repair Business Plan

    Mad Keen Motors is a family-owned business located in a suburb of London. It has been under the ownership of the Keen family for 35 years and has grown from a single mechanical repair shop to five locations that deal with body and mechanical repairs, vehicle storage and towing, washing and valeting and used car sales.  Read Full Business Plan  

    71.    Recycling Waste Materials Business Plan

    Mid-Atlantic Recycling’s area of business will be to collect, recycle/compost, and market waste from municipality waste processing plants for use as a consumer good. Our recycled waste will be targeted toward fertilizer manufacturers, nurseries, landscapers, farmers, government agencies, golf courses, and other.  Read Full Business Plan 

    72.    Auto Inspectors Business Plan

    Portland Mobile Auto Inspectors is a mobile car inspection service for prospective used car buyers practicing due diligence.  Portland Mobile Auto Inspectors travels around with all of the necessary test equipment to inspect used cars.  Within one to one-and-a-half hours, the inspection is complete and the customer is given a detailed custom printout that indicates the tests performed and the results, thereby indicating the condition of the vehicle.  Read Full Business Plan  

    73.    Auto Repair Service Business Plan

    Quick and Dirty Auto Repair aims to offer high-quality auto repair services and a full range of auto parts. QDAR focuses on personalized service to its customers by offering convenience and rapid service. Additionally, QDAR is technologically savvy with computerized monitoring of all parts inventory, to ensure that parts are always in stock, while keeping a balanced level of inventory to maximize inventory turnover.  Read Full Business Plan  

    74.    Car Wash Business Plan

    Soapy Rides will be providing customers with three services: exterior car washing, , interior cleaning, and detailing. Soapy Rides has no true competitors that are trying to offer a high quality service for a reasonable rate. Most are trying to compete on price alone. Soapy Rides’ ability to provide a high quality service, both in regards to the actual washing as well as customer service is all based on their ability to find the best employees.  Read Full Business Plan 

    75.    Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Services

    Like New Carpet Cleaning will sell carpet and upholstery cleaning services to home and condominium owners, building its brand around the fact that it will make carpets look “like new.” To that end, the business will raise $57,500 from outside investors to purchase its delivery van, carpet-cleaning equipment, and develop a unique, service-oriented website which will keep administrative costs low and drive sales through its simple and easy accessibility for the consumer.  Read Full Business Plan  

    76.    Catering Company Business Plan

    Fressen Catering is a kosher catering company.  Fressen offers creative, colorful, and unusual food options for kosher as well as the traditional standbys.  The service offerings are quite a change relative to the existing kosher catering market which is quite stagnant.  Read Full Business Plan  

    77.    Commercial Photography Business Plan

    Flash Commercial Photography will serve small and medium-sized businesses and non-profits for all of their studio photography needs by creating beautiful shots that serve the client’s needs, offering excellent service and flexibility with a personal touch, and offering value-added services related to photography.  Read Full Business Plan 

    78.    Computer Repair Business Plan

    PC Repair will provide computer and technical consulting (repairs, training, networking and upgrade service) to local small businesses as well as home PC users. The company will focus on marketing, responsiveness, quality, and creating and retaining customer relations.  Read Full Business Plan  

    79.    Janitorial Services Business Plan

    Clean Office Pros is a new cleaning service specializing in office cleaning and serving the Kansas City, Missouri area. The business will sell office cleaning and related services to businesses with office spaces of any size. The business also offers office cleaning, floor treatment, carpet cleaning, and window cleaning for businesses with office space in the Kansas City area.  Read Full Business Plan  

    80.    General Freight Trucking Business Plan

    Mike’s Trucking Service is a trucking company that aims to be one of the largest trucking companies in the country.  Mike’s is initially focusing on the food industry with plans to diversify into new industries. Mike’s has chosen the trucking industry as the growth prospects are encouraging and stable, with trucking dominating the freight industry in this country.  Read Full Business Plan 

    81.    Limousine Taxi Business Plan

    San Francisco Limo is a limousine service serving customers with top quality transportation services using late model limousine sedans. San Francisco Limo will generate $52,000 in net profit by year three.  Read Full Business Plan  

    82.    Taxi Business Plan

    City Taxi is a company whose mission is to provide reliable, timely, and safe taxi cab services by using complete, in-car credit and debit card access, along with computer-aided dispatch. The company will establish its presence in the industry by acquiring an existing taxi cab association, Mighty Cab, a family-owned business that was formed 12 years ago.  Read Full Business Plan  

    83.    Used Auto Sales Business Plan

    Integrity Auto Sales plans to provide a unique car buying experience to its customers. One that focuses on customer satisfaction first. We understand that vehicle purchasing is a necessary, but sometimes unpleasant experience. Our goal is to provide the customer with an enjoyable, honest service by satisfying individual customers practical transportation needs with a quality product.  Read Full Business Plan 

    84.    Personal Event Planning Business Plan

    Occasions strives to be the best choice of clients by helping to ease their event planning burden. Through consistent, predictable professionalism, Occasions will ensure a worry and hassle-free event at a reasonable price. By combining old fashioned values, going the extra mile, and using cutting edge event-planning software, Occasions will lead the market, providing the same quality results, every time.  Read Full Business Plan  

    85.    Event Planning Business Plan

    The Corporate Retreat Professionals (CRP) is an event planning company specializing in corporate customers.  CRP will offer two types of services, retreat training services as well as product launch event planning.  The retreat training services will be either leadership development training or teaming skills training.  For both types of retreats, CRP can take care of the planning of the event, as well as actually hosting the training through the use of one of CRP’s strategic business partners.  Read Full Business Plan

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    Importance of Moral Education: Essay, Article, Short Note

    Introduction (Essay on Moral Education)

    Morality is one of the fundamental aspects of human life and society. It is this moral code that allows people to trust each other, cooperate and form a culture and community with a common set of values and beliefs. Going by the definition, morality is defined as “Principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior”. In this modern day and age with rising uncertainty and crime rate, a serious contemplation is required over the kind of education and values being instilled into children and teens.

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    Importance of Moral Education: Essay, Article, Short Note

    History of moral education

    Ever since the beginning of civilization moral teachings and ethical values have been a major part of the education system. Teaching virtues of moral values like honesty, responsibility, and respect for others, was the founding base for the education system. The idea is to develop a system to instill these virtues into children so that they can go on to become productive members of society and contribute towards the common good. In those early days, teaching morality was one of the main objectives of schools. In India, we had “gurukul system” where the students were supposed to live in gurukuls along with their gurus (teachers) and learn to live an ideal life while also acquiring knowledge and relevant skills. Our history is the proof that such a system was indeed very effective and it contributed a lot towards societal advancements in those days.

    Present system

    Moral education for children

    In stark contrast, our modern education system is severely lacking moral education. This globalized system of education is now an industry. Education has become a profit making business where information is sold as knowledge. We are living in a world where people are valued solely based on a number of degrees and domain knowledge. Although it isn’t bad to prioritize knowledge and innovation, none of it can take place of moral values. Humans are social beings and as a society, we need a basic set of principles and values to be respected and followed by all. Living a healthy and fulfilling life is an art which cannot be learned without incorporating life lessons and moral values.

    Problems

    These are troubled times for our society. We are dealing with not just an increased crime rate and violence but also an increased rate of depression and suicidal tendencies among kids and teenagers. Lack of moral teachings is a major cause of all these problems. Schools and universities can be likened to factories churning out workforce for the ever-changing and dynamic market. Schools are no longer teaching students how to live in society, how to face problems and importance of empathy and care for others. Due to this, kids these days do not know how to deal with life problems and hardships and increasingly they are taking extreme measures. They do not know the solution to their problems and they lack the self-esteem to ask for help. It is like they are stuck in this perpetual misery.

    Solution

    It is still not too late. What is required is we acknowledge the problems prevailing in our society and take responsibility for it. As adults, it is our responsibility to ensure that necessary steps are taken to help and support the young generation in their life struggle. Our present education system needs a major overhaul. We need to incorporate moral education in a more effective manner and instill necessary values into kids so that they become better humans first and contribute to the society. We are already facing hard times and these steps are important to ensure that our society doesn’t fall apart. We have a rich history to learn from and we can definitely become a better society. All it requires is a little bit of effort and will to be the change for good.

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    Ethics

    ‘Moral features are the chief dimension by which we judge’; detail from The Conversion of Saint Paul by Caravaggio 1600-1601. Photo courtesy Wikimedia

    The self is moral

    We tend to think that our memories determine our identity, but it’s moral character that really makes us who we are

    Nina Strohminger

    ‘Moral features are the chief dimension by which we judge’; detail from The Conversion of Saint Paul by Caravaggio 1600-1601. Photo courtesy Wikimedia

    Nina Strohminger

    is a psychologist at Duke University in North Carolina.

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    One morning after her accident, a woman I’ll call Kate awoke in a daze. She looked at the man next to her in bed. He resembled her husband, with the same coppery beard and freckles dusted across his shoulders. But this man was definitely not her husband.

    Panicked, she packed a small bag and headed to her psychiatrist’s office. On the bus, there was a man she had been encountering with increasing frequency over the past several weeks. The man was clever, he was a spy. He always appeared in a different form: one day as a little girl in a sundress, another time as a bike courier who smirked at her knowingly. She explained these bizarre developments to her doctor, who was quickly becoming one of the last voices in this world she could trust. But as he spoke, her stomach sank with a dreaded realisation: this man, too, was an impostor.

    Kate has Capgras syndrome, the unshakeable belief that someone – often a loved one, sometimes oneself – has been replaced with an exact replica. She also has Fregoli syndrome, the delusion that the same person is taking on a variety of shapes, like an actor donning an expert disguise. Capgras and Fregoli delusions offer hints about an extraordinary cognitive mechanism active in the healthy mind, a mechanism so exquisitely tuned that we are hardly ever aware of it. This mechanism ascribes to each person a unique identity, and then meticulously tracks and updates it. This mechanism is crucial to virtually every human interaction, from navigating a party to navigating a marriage. Without it, we quickly fall apart.

    A classic philosophical thought experiment poses the following paradox. Imagine a ship, let’s call it the Nina, whose planks are replaced, one by one, as they age. Eventually every original part is changed, resulting in a boat made of entirely new materials. Our intuition that this is the same ship becomes problematic when the builders reassemble all the Nina’s original parts into a second ship. The Nina’s identity is tied up inextricably with her physicality.

    Personal identity does not work this way. As Nina-the-person ages, almost all the cells of her body get replaced, in some cases many times over. Yet we have no trouble seeing present-day Nina as the same person. Even radical physical transformations – puberty, surgery, infirmity, some future world where her consciousness is preserved on a hard drive – will not obliterate the Nina we know. The personal identity detector is not concerned with continuity of matter, but continuity of mind. As the cognitive scientist Daniel Dennett wryly observed in his essay ‘Where Am I?’ (1978), the brain is the only organ where it is preferable to be the donor than the recipient.

    This distinction, between mind and body, begins early in development. In a 2012 study by Bruce Hood at the University of Bristol and colleagues, children aged five to six were shown a metal contraption, a ‘duplication device’ that creates perfect replicas of whatever you put inside. When asked to predict what would happen if a hamster were duplicated, the children said the clone would have the same physical traits as the original, but not its memories. In other words, children were locating the unique essence of the hamster in its mind.

    For Nina-the-ship, no part of the vessel is especially Nina-like; her identity is distributed evenly across every atom. We might wonder whether the same applies to people – does their continued identity depend only on the total number of cognitive planks replaced? Or are some parts of the mind particularly essential to the self?

    The 17th-century philosopher John Locke thought autobiographical memories were the key to identity, and it’s easy to see why: memories provide a continuous narrative of the self and they serve as a record of a person’s idiosyncratic history. But evidence in favour of the memory criterion is mixed at best. People who have lost large hunks of memory through retrograde amnesia tend to report that, while the reel of their life feels blank, their sense of self remains intact. Nor is memory deterioration from dementia a reliable predictor of feeling like a different person. Caretakers for these patients often say they can still perceive the same person persisting beneath radical memory loss. If people have an essence that lends them their identity, memory might not be the most promising candidate.

    One day not too long ago, a friend came to me with a problem. His wife of many years had begun to change. Once mousy, she was now poised and assertive. Her career had been important to her, now her interests had turned inward, domestic. And while the changes were not so dramatic that they fundamentally altered the woman he had fallen in love with, he was apprehensive about the possibility.

    The danger of befriending psychologists is they will use you as their test subjects: I inquired what kind of change would render her unrecognisable. My friend responded without hesitation: ‘If she stopped being kind. I would leave her immediately.’ He considered the question a few moments more. ‘And I don’t mean, if she’s in a bad mood or going through a rough time. I’m saying if she turned into a permanent bitch with no explanation. Her soul would be different.’

    This encounter is instructive for a few reasons (not least of which is the intriguing term ‘permanent bitch’) but let’s start with my friend’s invocation of the soul. He is not religious and, I suspect, does not endorse the existence of a ghost in the machine. But souls are a useful construct, one we can make sense of in fiction and fantasy, and as a shorthand for describing everyday experience. The soul is an indestructible wisp of ether, present from birth and surviving our bodies after death. And each soul is one of a kind and unreplicable: it bestows upon us our unique identity. Souls are, in short, a placeholder notion for the self.

    But the soul is something else, too. The soul describes a person’s moral sensibility. A flourishing soul, according to Aristotle, was one in the habit of virtuous acts. When the soul is sick, we feed it chicken soup in the form of bite-sized inspirational stories. History’s great psychopaths, its serial killers and genocidal maniacs, are seen as soulless. So are the animate creatures in popular lore: the golems, the Frankensteins, the HALs. The sentient computer who runs amok is a trope of the genre – so much so that, in his short story ‘Runaround’ (1942), Isaac Asimov felt it necessary to propose Three Laws of Robotics to specify ethical guidelines for the wayward robot. Why do we assume that a being without a soul will turn against us? On some level, we must endorse the idea that, without a soul, moral action is not possible.

    And where does the soul go when we die? In Western religions, either to a place for the morally good (heaven) or the morally bad (hell). There is no afterlife for good or bad bowlers, the sharp and the dull-witted, the glamorous and the frumpy. Eastern traditions that subscribe to a belief in reincarnation specify that the soul is reincarnated according to the person’s moral behaviour (karma). It is our moral selves that survive us in death.

    a world filled with more empathy and kindness would be a better place to live, but we are apparently uninterested in swallowing this solution in a pill

    Recent studies by the philosopher Shaun Nichols at the University of Arizona and myself support the view that the identity-conferring part of a person is his moral capacities. One of our experiments pays homage to Locke’s thought experiment by asking subjects which of a slew of traits a person would most likely take with him if his soul moved to a new body. Moral traits were considered more likely to survive a body swap than any other type of trait, mental or physical. Interestingly, certain types of memories – those involving people – were deemed fairly likely to survive the trip. But generic episodic memories, such as one’s commute to work, were not. People are not so much concerned with memory as with memory’s ability to connect us to others and our capacity for social action.

    In another study, subjects read about a patient who experiences one of a variety of cognitive impairments, including amnesia for his past life, losing the ability to recognise objects, his desires, and his moral compass. The majority of people responded that the patient was the least like himself after losing his moral faculties.

    This is consistent with some of the more widely discussed case studies from the annals of neurology. Phineas Gage was a 19th-century US railroad worker who miraculously survived an explosion that saw an iron rod shoot through his skull. Previously mild-mannered and industrious, Gage emerged from the accident obstinate, capricious and foul-mouthed.  His friends were horrified and said he was ‘no longer Gage’.

    Other types of brain damage might seem to threaten identity, but are far less potent. In ‘The Lost Mariner’ (1984), Oliver Sacks describes Jimmie, a man with near-total memory loss caused by Korsakoff’s syndrome, a brain disorder associated with heavy alcohol consumption. Sacks worries that his patient has become ‘de-souled’, but reconsiders when he observes how Jimmie is transported while singing hymns and taking the sacrament at Mass. He recalls the Soviet psychologist Alexander Luria’s insight: ‘A man does not consist of memory alone. He has feeling, will, sensibility, moral being… It is here… you may touch him, and see a profound change.’

    I have limited my discussion here to third-person accounts: what leads us to consider another person as no longer the same. One might think that a different set of rules applies to assessments of one’s own continuity – perhaps episodic memory is paramount from this perspective. However, new research by myself and the psychologists Larisa Heiphetz and Liane Young at Boston College has found that the single most important mental trait in judging self-identity is one’s deeply held moral convictions. We are not only concerned with moral character when constructing an identity for others, but when doing so for ourselves.

    In treating the sick, the use of psychopharmaceuticals is plagued by the persistent worry that these drugs will lead to a crisis of authenticity. A 2008 study by Jason Riis, then at New York University, and colleagues found that people were least willing to take psychoactive drugs that threatened their personal identity. And what drugs were those? The ones that enhanced their moral traits, of course: kindness, empathy. People were perfectly willing to take drugs that would enhance memory or wakefulness. Surely a world filled with more empathy and kindness would be a better place to live, but we are apparently uninterested in swallowing this solution in a pill which seems to threaten our authentic selves.

    Organic transformations can be no less sensational. A notable example from recent memory takes place in the US TV series Breaking Bad, which tracks Walter White as he morphs from put-upon suburban chemistry teacher to ruthless tyrant kingpin of a meth empire – the eponymous ‘breaking bad’. Under his ominous nerd alter ego Heisenberg, it is all but impossible to see him as the man he once was. His increasingly distraught wife finds herself living with a stranger, and Walter confirms what the viewer already realises: ‘If you don’t know who I am, then maybe your best course would be to tread lightly.’ Meanwhile, White’s accomplice Jesse Pinkman undergoes the reverse transformation – the burnout junkie who is revealed to have a heart of gold. These sorts of twists are endlessly fascinating because they show personal transformation at its most absolute. Flipping back through the great metamorphoses of fiction and history, we discover they are predominantly moral: think of the brothers Karamazov, of Scrooge and Schindler, Don Corleone and Darth Vadar.

    Why does our identity detector place so much emphasis on moral capacities? These aren’t our most distinctive features. Our faces, our fingertips, our quirks, our autobiographies: any of these would be a more reliable way of telling who’s who. Somewhat paradoxically, identity has less to do with what makes us different from other people than with our shared humanity. Consider the reason we keep track of individuals in the first place. Most animals don’t have an identity detector. Those that share our zeal for individual identification have one thing in common: they live in societies, where they must co‑operate to survive. Evolutionary biologists point out that the ability to keep track of individuals is required for reciprocal altruism and punishment to emerge. If someone breaks the rules, or helps you out of a bind, you need to be able to remember who did this in order return the favour later. Without the ability to distinguish among the members of a group, an organism cannot recognise who has co‑operated and who has defected, who has shared and who has been stingey.

    Nor can you have formal moral systems without identity. The 18th-century philosopher Thomas Reid observed that the fundaments of justice – rights, duty, responsibility – would be impossible without the ability to ascribe stable identity to persons. If nothing connects a person from one moment to the next, then the person who acts today cannot be held responsible by the person who has replaced him tomorrow. Our identity detector works in overdrive when reasoning about crimes of passion, crimes under the influence, crimes of insanity: for if the person was beside himself or out of his mind when he committed his crime, how can we identify who has committed the act, and hold him responsible for it?

    If we had no scruples, we’d have precious little need for identities

    Moral features are the chief dimension by which we judge, sort and choose social partners. For men and women alike, the single most sought-after trait in a long-term romantic partner is kindness – beating out beauty, wealth, health, shared interests, even intelligence. And while we often think of our friends as the people who are uniquely matched to our shared personality, moral character plays the largest role in determining whether you like someone or not (what social psychologists call impression formation), and predicts the success and longevity of these bonds. Virtues are mentioned with more frequency in obituaries than achievements, abilities or talents. This is even the case for obituaries of notable luminaries, people who are being written about because of their accomplishments, not their moral fibre.

    The identity detector is designed to pick up on moral features because this is the most important type of information we can have about another person. So we’ve been thinking about the problem precisely backwards. It’s not that identity is centred around morality. It’s that morality necessitates the concept of identity, breathes life into it, provides its raison d’être. If we had no scruples, we’d have precious little need for identities. Humans, with their engorged and highly complex socio-moral systems, have accordingly inflated egos.

    ‘Know thyself’ is a flimsy bargain-basement platitude, endlessly recycled but maddeningly empty. It skates the very existential question it pretends to address, the question that obsesses us: what is it to know oneself? The lesson of the identity detector is this: when we dig deep, beneath our memory traces and career ambitions and favourite authors and small talk, we find a constellation of moral capacities. This is what we should cultivate and burnish, if we want people to know who we really are.

    Nina Strohminger

    is a psychologist at Duke University in North Carolina.

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    Morality, Self-Knowledge and Human Suffering: An Essay on the Loss of Confidence in the World

    Josep E. Corbí, Morality, Self-Knowledge and Human Suffering: An Essay on the Loss of Confidence in the World, Routledge, 2012, 254pp., $130.00 (hbk), ISBN 9780415890694.

     

    Reviewed by Sarah Holtman, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities


    Taking morality, most fundamentally, to offer guidance as we attempt to respond appropriately to human suffering, Josep Corbí criticizes "the Kantian approach" to moral questions and offers what he deems a more satisfactory alternative. Himself a moral particularist, Corbí focuses on the work of John Rawls and Christine Korsgaard as paradigmatic of the kind of Kantianism he rejects and appeals to detailed accounts of the effects of extermination camp survival, torture, and war to highlight claimed inadequacies.

    Seven features characterize the Kantian approach as Corbí understands it: 1) the correctness of our moral judgments, on this view, depends on our ability to reach a certain kind of agreement; 2) the agreement in question is hypothetical rather than actual; 3) determining the terms of this agreement requires appeal to a procedure that is impartial among persons and among the world-views they actually endorse; 4) this procedure demands that agents engaged in it abstract from their own characters in various ways in order to avoid bias; 5) consequently, "the will", as opposed to the agent’s desires, interests and needs, motivates proper moral deliberation; 6) the self thus is appropriately conceived to be divided between a passive side (composed of inclinations that cloud moral judgment in favor of self-interest) and an active side (able to reach decisions on morally appropriate grounds and to motivate action despite contrary passions); 7) the active side of the self is the ultimate source of value, and the moral principles that issue from it properly overrule decisions that have their source in the passive side (42-43).

    Broadly conceived, Corbí’s principal criticisms of Kantianism, so understood, resemble those advanced by a wide range of philosophers. These include not only other particularists, but also, e.g., Aristotelians, communitarians and virtue ethicists of various stripes (though of course there is overlap among these groups). Specifically, Corbí objects that, in its quest for impartiality, the Kantian approach excludes morally relevant considerations from moral decision-making and problematically divorces our purportedly true, rational selves from our self-interested and affective selves. The approach thus yields moral principles suited, at best, to an idealized world that is not ours and ultimately promotes the harmful behavior that it seeks to discourage (189-194).

    Despite the similarities between Corbí’s objections and those others often have raised, the concrete examples to which he appeals, and the use he attempts to make of them, render his versions of these criticisms distinctive. For instance, Primo Levi’s shame at having survived Auschwitz, when others who were perhaps less selfish or more noble did not, prompts Corbí to suggest that we are ill-equipped to determine what counts as a rational response to horrific conditions that we have not experienced. If parties in the original position (or those taking up some similarly idealized perspective) lack the ability to appeal to such experiences, the moral principles they choose may be inadequate to address real world issues (21-34).

    Yet more problematic, some varieties of harm occasion what Corbí calls a "loss of confidence in the world" (48-49). Such is the case, e.g., for the victims of torture and for soldiers who have experienced combat. Not only those who are harmed directly, but also third parties who come to appreciate both the harm itself and its causes, are at risk. Confronted with the inhumanity of the torturer or the brutality of war, these third parties may easily lose their ability to view the world as a place where human beings can trust one another to refrain from harming their fellows without warrant or, at the least, a place where each can count on others for aid if threatened with such harm. (45-52). The result is that third parties tend to turn away from these harms in an attempt to avoid the kind of knowledge that would occasion a devastating loss of confidence. Thus third parties readily accept, e.g., the torturer’s claim that his victim is a danger and that torture is necessary to prevent great harm to others. In so doing, they become complicit in the terrible harm done to the victim. (188).

    This fact about third party participation in harm should help us see, says Corbí, that the demands morality places on us may vary with the role we play. The would-be torturer must attend to considerations that found moral prohibitions on torture. The person who eschews the very possibility of participating directly in torture must recognize the too-human tendency to turn away, often through self-deception, from the wrongs being done to another.

    But Kantianism, Corbí claims, cannot readily accommodate such varied moral demands. For its impartiality requirements exclude the context-dependent information on which appropriate distinctions depend and thus yield universal moral principles that are blind to relevant differences among perpetrators, third parties and victims themselves. Worse yet, the divided conception of the self that Kantianism endorses actually encourages us to ignore our feelings, experiences and inclinations as we contemplate what, morally speaking, we should and should not do. This inevitably deprives us of relevant information concerning both the consequences of our actions and what we might call our own inhumane tendencies (189-194).

    Corbí’s preferred approach to moral decision combines what he calls "receptive passivity", "permeability", and "expressive awareness". The first is an agent’s developed ability to grasp an order that constrains her and to respond proportionately to the constraints she perceives (174-178). The second is the receptivity both of an agent’s dispositions to her deliberation and of deliberation to dispositions (168-169). Finally, to be expressively aware of a situation (as opposed to merely declaratively aware) is to feel motivated to respond proportionately to it (51-52). The moral agent, on this view, is like a dancer who both perceives the order in a piece of music and is receptive to her dispositions in a way that allows her to respond to situations with expressive awareness (178-181). Rather than being bound by moral principles at best too rigid for our complex and imperfect world, she perceives what is morally required by complex situations and responds.

    It is true that, as they stand, Rawls’s arguments for justice as fairness, made from the perspective of ideal theory, speak only indirectly to the kinds of harm, and to the associated moral failings, that Corbí has in mind. Likewise, Korsgaard’s Kantianism may well lack sufficiently thick moral foundations to allow us to provide the nuanced answers that vexed real-world moral questions demand. Moreover, of course, not only Rawls and Korsgaard, but Kantians more generally, understand morality to have its foundations not in our characters, but in action-guiding principles that both highlight those considerations that are of primary moral significance and describe the appropriate relationship among them. Yet none of this condemns Kantians to a morality that is wedded to a divided self, impervious to affect or experience, or incapable of offering context-sensitive answers to real-world moral questions.

    Perhaps most familiarly, Rawls’s original position is designed to allow us to develop principles of justice with an eye to considerations widely deemed to be of fundamental moral significance and to test those principles against our considered moral judgments regarding more concrete questions. Even if, as Corbí suggests, considered judgments may be developed without experience of the kind of devastating harms his examples highlight, facts about human psychology are among those that parties in the original position must consider. Moreover, idealizing assumptions (e.g., that the society for which principles are chosen is well ordered) are to be modified in later stages as principles of justice suited to real-world conditions are developed. [1]  Thus there is not only room for but also a demand that we ultimately take into account both the effects of such harms and the tendency of third parties to "look away."

    Importantly, Rawls’s conception of the person, both in A Theory of Justice and in later works, is multi-faceted, and his aim is not to label some features as those of our true or active selves and others not. It is to acknowledge and honor persons as at once moral, possessed of passions, and endowed with the capacity and disposition to develop their own life plans. Not only, in Rawls’s view, must an adequate theory of justice acknowledge each of these features. It must accord each an appropriate province and blend all three in determining what justice requires and in effectively working to achieve its aims. [2]

    The principles of justice that Rawls famously endorses, then, are not the end of the story but very much the beginning. Much of the work that remains, on Rawls’s own account, would involve a conversation about principles, affective capacities, and the complex features of an imperfect world. The aim of this conversation would be nuanced answers to difficult moral questions.

    Although Rawls and Korsgaard are Corbí’s main targets, he claims that Kantians more generally fall prey to his criticisms. Yet much recent (and not so recent) work by well known Kantians seeks to develop and extend Kant’s own theory of virtue, argues that there is an important place in Kant and Kantianism for affectively informed moral decision, and develops context-sensitive Kantian responses to real-world moral questions. [3]

    To attempt, of course, is not to succeed, and some attempts are bound to be more successful than others. But a reminder of the nature and scope of Rawls’s project should be enough to suggest that the Kantian approach as Corbí describes it is a far cry from the Kantian approach as it is. Kant himself develops a practical philosophy that not only takes seriously the interplay among principle, character and affect but that acknowledges both the necessity of hope (or confidence in human progress and moral improvement) and the inevitable injustice of war. [4]  Guided by this work, and in the spirit of it, contemporary Kantians have sought to describe their own dance among human features and capacities. This dance, like the one Corbí describes, takes place in an imperfect world and aims at greater justice. Though his examples and concerns are worthy of note, Corbí has neither acknowledged this central Kantian theme nor shown that the efforts of contemporary Kantians in this regard do (or must) fail.



    [1]  John Rawls, A Theory of Justice, Revised edition (Harvard University Press, 1999), Part One.

    [2]  See, e.g., Rawls, Theory, Part Three.

    [3]  See, e.g., Thomas E. Hill, Jr., Virtue, Rules and Justice Kantian Aspirations (Oxford University Press, 2012); Marcia Baron, Kantian Justice Almost Without Apology (Cornell University Press, 1995).

    [4]  See, e.g., Immanuel Kant, The Metaphysics of Morals, Mary Gregor, ed. and tr. in Practical Philosophy, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant (Cambridge University Press, 1996); Kant, Toward Perpetual Peace, Gregor, ed. and tr. (Cambridge University Press, 1996).

     

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    How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay

    Five Parts: Drafting Your Introduction Developing Three Body Paragraphs Drafting Your Conclusion Revising and Editing Your Essay Essay Help Community Q&A

    Five paragraph essays are a common assignment throughout your school career, especially in high school and college. Since any subject can include a five paragraph essay, you’ll want to be good at writing them. Luckily, five-paragraph essays are really easy to write if you know the expected format and give yourself the time you need to write it. To write your five paragraph essay, draft your introduction, develop three body paragraphs, write your conclusion, and revise and edit your essay.

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    Part 1

    Drafting Your Introduction

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      Start with a hook. Your hook should capture your audience’s attention, so choose a creative way to introduce your topic. This sentence should be a generalized statement about your topic that gives the reader a basic idea about your paper’s topic. Quotes, anecdotes, and quips all make great hooks for an essay. [1]

      • For example, you could phrase your hook like this: Nature’s life cycle is often used as a metaphor to convey ideas about the passage of life.
      • If you are writing a persuasive essay, don’t include your stance in your hook.
      • Don’t say “In this essay” or “I am going to show.” Instead, use the “show, don’t tell” technique using descriptive language.
      • It’s often easiest to come up with your hook after you write the rest of your essay. If you’re struggling to come up with one, use a basic placeholder and then create a better hook when you revise your essay.
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      Include a sentence about your topic that provides more information. Your second sentence should tell the reader more about your topic, while still remaining generalized. Provide necessary background information and define your topic. [2]

      • Don’t reveal your main points yet.
      • For example, you could say something like this: While spring compares with birth, summer can symbolize maturity, with fall and winter showing a descent toward death.
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      Write another sentence about your topic that leads to your thesis. Continue to provide background information, but start to narrow down toward your thesis. The reader should begin to see the focus of your essay start to take shape. [3]

      • This sentence depends on what type of paper you’re writing. If it’s an argumentative paper, introduce both sides of the argument. In an informative paper, mention the central idea and focus.
      • As an example, you could narrow your topic like this: Writers often use nature metaphors in their work to show themes about life, such as the blossoming of youth.
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      Finish the introduction with your thesis . Your thesis should be the last sentence of your introduction, setting up the rest of your essay. Your thesis should contain your stance, your supporting points, or the theme for your points. Each of your paragraphs will connect back to your thesis, so think of it as a road map for your paper. [4]

      • For example, your thesis could read like this: In the poem “Raspberries,” the author shows youth through the ripening berries, summer blossoming, and blushing color of the fruit.
      • Each of the three examples provided in the thesis will become the topic of a body paragraph. For the example thesis, you would have body paragraphs about ripening berries, summer blossoming, and the blushing color of the fruit.

    Part 2

    Developing Three Body Paragraphs

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      Arrange your points to sandwich your weakest. You should have three points, and you want your reader to view them as being strong. Starting off with your strongest point will show the reader that your stance is right, and ending with your second strongest point will create strong support for your thesis. This means that your weakest point needs to be in the middle. [5]

      • You should include three body paragraphs, one for each supporting point.
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      Begin each body paragraph with a topic sentence. A topic sentence will state your point and connect it back to the thesis. This shows the reader why your point supports the idea(s) you presented in your thesis. The topic sentence will control the rest of your body paragraph, just like your thesis controls your essay. [6]

      • Your topic sentence is like a mini-thesis for just that paragraph.
      • Use a quote related to your thesis and analyze it in the body paragraph. If you use a topic sentence, put the quote next.
      • For example, your topic sentence could look like this: Ripening berries show youth in the poem “Raspberries” by reaching maturity and becoming ready for picking.
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      Provide your evidence or examples. Depending on the type of essay that you are writing, you may pull evidence from a text or research that you did about your topic. Alternatively, you may use examples to back up your points, especially if you’re writing your essay in class. [7]

      • Each paragraph should contain two to three examples or pieces of evidence.
      • If you use research, cite your sources in the appropriate format that your instructor specifies.
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      Add your own commentary. Your commentary is where you show your reader how your evidence or examples support your points and connect back to your topic sentence and thesis. Explain in your own words how your example or evidence proves your ideas, making your stance correct. In your mind, it may seem like you’ve made your point with just your examples. However, commentary is essential to a successful essay. [8]

      • Include two to three sentences of commentary for each example or piece of evidence.
      • Depending on the type of evidence or examples, it’s often best to alternate your evidence and commentary throughout the paragraph. For example, provide one example, then provide the commentary.
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      Conclude your paragraph by linking back to your thesis. Summarize the points you’ve made in this paragraph, connecting back to your topic sentence and thesis. Show the reader how the points you expressed in this paragraph provide support.

      • For example, you could wrap up your paragraph like this: As the girl plucks the ripe raspberries from the bush and eats them, her actions represent her own youth and readiness to be “plucked” by someone.

    Part 3

    Drafting Your Conclusion

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      Restate your thesis. You should start your conclusion with the ideas you expressed in your thesis. Don’t just copy-and-paste your thesis. Instead, rewrite your thesis with the weight of your argument behind it. Your reader has now read all of your points and evidence, and your thesis should reflect this. [9]

      • For example, you could restate your thesis like this: The poem “Raspberries” provides an allegorical representation of youth through a metaphor of ripening berries, summer blossoming, and blushing color of the fruit.
      • If you’re a beginning writer, it’s okay to start your conclusion with “In conclusion.” However, if you’re an advanced writer, avoid starting your conclusion with statements like “In conclusion,” “To conclude,” or “In the end.”
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      Summarize how your points supported your thesis. Include a review of how each body paragraph supported your thesis, reminding the reader of your arguments. You should write two to three sentences that briefly explain what you’ve said. [10]

      • Use an authoritative tone as you restate your arguments so that your reader walks away knowing that you are correct.
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      Avoid introducing new information. Providing new information in your thesis can result in lost points on your essay. This will cause your reader to walk away with questions instead of confidence in your ideas. In a conclusion, you should only be restating what you’ve already said. [11]
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      Tie up your essay with a concluding sentence . Your concluding sentence should leave the reader with a lasting impression of your topic. Use this statement to ensure that your reader keeps thinking about your essay after they have finished reading it. The following are great ideas for writing a good concluding sentence: [12]

      • Include a call to action.
      • Provide a warning about what could happen if your stance is ignored.
      • Create an image in the reader’s mind.
      • Include a quote.
      • Make a universal statement about life.

    Part 4

    Revising and Editing Your Essay

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      Use spell check. Spell check can easily save you lost points for misspellings. This should be your first step in editing your essay because you can have your word processor do your spell check and then take the provided suggestions.

      • Always reread your sentence to make sure that the word processor is suggesting the right word. If you’ve misspelled a word that is similar to another word, then it’s possible that your spell check could suggest the wrong spelling, such as “then” instead of “than.”
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      Proofread your essay. Take a break from working on your paper. It’s a good idea to give your mind a break, so consider taking a walk, stretching, or taking a bath. Then reread your essay looking for misspelled words, grammar errors, or typos. [13]

      • Look for errors that your spell checker missed.
      • If you can, ask someone else to proofread your paper. They will usually spot errors that you overlooked.
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      Revise your essay to improve the flow. As you reread your essay, make sure that your ideas flow well. You may need to add additional commentary or rewrite sentences to make it flow better. You may also decide to add in additional transitions, such as “additionally,” “also,” “at the same time,” or “similarly.” As you revise your essay, double-check that you’ve addressed your thesis throughout. [14]

      • Combine choppy sentences.
      • Breakup long, convoluted sentences into shorter sentences.
      • Rewrite fragments and run-on sentences.
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      Fix your formatting. Consult your assignment sheet or syllabus to see what formatting conventions your instructor prefers. Adjust your margins, font size, and spacing accordingly. Add your heading and page numbers.

      • If you have cited sources, make sure that you include a reference page in the style chosen by your instructor.

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      To write a five paragraph essay, start with an introductory paragraph that includes a hook to capture your audience’s attention, and a thesis that explains the main point you’re trying to make. Then, use the next 3 paragraphs to explain 3 separate points that support your thesis. As you explain each point, use evidence from your research or examples in the text you’re discussing. Finally, conclude your essay with a paragraph summing up the points you’ve made and telling the reader how those points support your thesis.

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      Introduction

      • Choosing a Topic

      • Writing an Introduction

      • Structuring and Outlining

      • Types of Essays

      • Editing and Improving

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      A five-paragraph essay is a prose composition  that follows a prescribed format of an  introductory paragraph , three  body paragraphs , and a concluding paragraph , and is typically taught during primary English education and applied on standardized testing throughout schooling.

      Learning to write a high-quality five-paragraph essay  is an essential skill for students in early English classes as it allows them to express certain ideas, claims, or concepts in an organized manner, complete with evidence that supports each of these notions. Later, though, students may decide to stray from the standard five-paragraph format and venture into writing an  exploratory essay  instead.

      Still, teaching students to organize essays into the five-paragraph format is an easy way to introduce them to writing literary criticism, which will be tested time and again throughout their primary, secondary, and further education.

      Starting Off Right: Writing a Good Introduction

      The introduction is the first paragraph in your essay, and it should accomplish a few specific goals: capture the reader’s interest, introduce the topic, and make a claim or express an opinion in a thesis statement.

      It’s a good idea to start your essay with a really interesting statement  in order to pique the reader’s interest, though this can also be accomplished by using descriptive words, an anecdote, a striking question, or an interesting fact. Students can practice with creative writing prompts to get some ideas for interesting ways to start an essay.

      The next few sentences should explain your first statement, and prepare the reader for your thesis statement , which is typically the last sentence in the introduction. Your  thesis sentence  should provide your specific assertion and convey a clear point of view, which is typically divided into three distinct arguments that support this assertation, which will each serve as central themes for the body paragraphs.

      Explaining Your Thesis: Writing Body Paragraphs

      The body of the essay will include three paragraphs in a five-paragraph essay format, each limited to one main idea that supports your thesis.

      In order to properly write each of these three body paragraphs, you should state your supporting idea, your topic sentence, then back it up with two or three sentences of evidence or examples that validate this claim before concluding the paragraph and using  transition words to lead to the paragraph that follows — meaning that all of your  body paragraphs should follow the pattern of “statement, supporting ideas, transition statement.”

      Words to use as you transition from one paragraph to another include moreover, in fact, on the whole, furthermore, as a result, simply put, for this reason, similarly, likewise, it follows that, naturally, by comparison, surely, and yet.

      Pulling It All Together: Writing a Conclusion

      The final paragraph will summarize your main points and re-assert your main claim (from your thesis sentence). It should point out your main points, but should not repeat specific examples, and should, as always, leave a lasting impression on the reader.

      The first sentence of the conclusion, therefore, should be used to restate the supporting claims argued in the body paragraphs as they relate to the thesis statement, then the next few sentences should be used to explain how the essay’s main points can lead outward, perhaps to further thought on the topic. Ending the conclusion with a question, anecdote, or final pondering is a great way to leave a lasting impact.

      Once you complete the first draft of your essay, it’s a good idea to re-visit the thesis statement in your first paragraph. Read your essay to see if it flows well, and you might find that the supporting paragraphs are strong, but they don’t address the exact focus of your thesis. Simply re-write your thesis sentence to fit your body and summary more exactly, and adjust the conclusion to wrap it all up nicely.

      Practice Writing a Five-Paragraph Essay

      Students can use the following steps to write a standard essay on any given topic. First, choose a topic, or ask your students to choose their own topic, then allow them to form a basic five-paragraph by following these steps:

      1. Decide on your  basic thesis , your idea of a topic to discuss.
      2. Decide on three pieces of supporting evidence you will use to prove your thesis.
      3. Write an introductory  paragraph , including your thesis and evidence (in order of strength).
      4. Write your first body paragraph, starting with restating your thesis and focusing on your first piece of supporting evidence.
      5. End your first paragraph with a transitional sentence that leads to the next body paragraph.
      6. Write paragraph two of the body focussing on your second piece of evidence. Once again make the connection between your thesis and this piece of evidence.
      7. End your second paragraph with a transitional sentence that leads to paragraph number three.
      8. Repeat step 6 using your third piece of evidence.
      9. Begin your concluding paragraph by restating your thesis. Include the three points you’ve used to prove your thesis.
      10. End with a punch, a question, an anecdote, or an entertaining thought that will stay with the reader.

      Once a student is able to master these 10 simple steps, writing a basic five-paragraph essay will be a piece of cake, so long as the student does so correctly and includes enough supporting information in each paragraph that all relate to the same centralized main idea, the thesis of the essay. Check out these great examples of five-paragraph essays:

      • Learning to Hate Mathematics  (cause-and-effect)
      • Shopping at the Pig  (classification)
      • Watching Baseball, Playing Softball  (comparison-and-contrast)

      Limitations of the Five-Paragraph Essay

      The five-paragraph essay is merely a starting point for students hoping to express their ideas in academic writing; there are a number of other forms and styles of writing that students should use to express their vocabulary in the written form. According to Tory Young’s “Studying English Literature: A Practical Guide:”

      “Although school students in the U.S. are examined on their ability to write a five-paragraph essay, its raison d’être is purportedly to give practice in basic writing skills that will lead to future success in more varied forms. Detractors feel, however, that writing to rule in this way is more likely to discourage imaginative writing and thinking than enable it. . . . The five-paragraph essay is less aware of its  audience  and sets out only to present information, an account or a kind of story rather than explicitly to persuade the reader.”

      Students should instead be asked to write other forms, such as journal entries, blog posts, reviews of goods or services, multi-paragraph research papers, and freeform expository writing around a central theme. Although five-paragraph essays are the golden rule when writing for standardized tests, experimentation with expression should be encouraged throughout primary schooling to bolster students’ abilities to fully utilize the English language.


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