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Teaching vocabularyAlthough it seems a little easier to teach vocabulary than grammar structures, I wasn’t sure where to start. Thankfully, I found out some tips we can use to teach vocabulary effectively. I am going to discuss about the methods of using visual strategies, letting students look up the words and using context. Using flash cards, photos or mime can be good tools to teach new vocabulary. Students will have better time to understand meanings of the words. For example, when we try to introduce vocabularies of food, we can ask students to tell the words they know and write down on the board. Then we can add some new words on the board to teach them. We can ask students to see if they know the meaning of the new words. If they don’t, we can use photos, mimes or even facial expressions. Through this research, I was impressed seeing a teacher who uses everything to let his students understand the meaning of the new words. The students didn’t know what frying pan is, so he first used mime. But he soon found out that students are still confused. Then he drew a stick figure frying pan on the board with sauce pan and pot for comparison. Visual strategies will be very effective and fun for students. I would like to try letting students look up new words by using a dictionary