If you are looking for practical exercises to help your students learn and memorize new words more effectively, check out the second edition of Focus. That’s why it’s important that teachers help their students not only practice English in their free time, but also use it to turn passive participation into active learning. In today’s world, it is more important than ever to help students find ways to practice their English outside of the classroom. In general, students who are learning new English words are constantly moving to the pre-intermediate and intermediate levels. Finally, it is important to teach students memory tricks or mnemonics to help them remember the new words they find. It is also important to help students find ways to use English in different ways. The hands-on session focused on helping students learn new words and memorize vocabulary. Provide students with useful tools, tactics, and resources to help them learn new words outside of the classroom. With the Internet and the technology tools at our disposal, students can learn English in a variety of ways outside of the classroom. I explained why vocabulary is a problem for many students, looked at how to instill good study skills, and described the tools with which to do so. There are three steps to teaching students how to effectively learn new words. Finally, teachers should give students an idea of how to memorize words outside of the classroom. I ask my students to gather ten new words that they will interact with during the week and bring them into the classroom as a story to show and tell the words. To do this, make sure your students not only hear or read the new words, but also use them. Always teach words appropriate to your students’ grade level.