Amir Amir

What OK means?
Elementary, A1 level


In this lesson Ss will learn different meanings of the word "OK", how to use it in different situations and understand its usages. The task will be completed through asking several short questions, involving Ss in group discussions and providing feedback.


Abc Some related photoes from Google

Main Aims

  • To understand how to use the word OK in different situations in the context of Different situations

Subsidiary Aims

  • To improve conversation skills of the Ss.


Warmer/Lead-in (3-5 minutes) • To set lesson context and engage students

Focusing Ss on the photos on the board, T tries to use the word OK in some different situations and elicit its usage and meaning from the students. T uses body language to help students understand what OK means. T provides 5 examples and briefly explains the related meanings.

Practice (3-5 minutes) • To understand the meaning of OK in 4 different situations.

Ss read exercises 1a and 1b at page 15 and match them with each other. They will do the task in 3 min and then share their answers with the class. T will check if they are correct and give his feedback.

Highlighting (3-5 minutes) • To make sure Ss learn how to use OK in different situations.

T asks Ss to practice exercise 1a in pairs and try to understand different meanings of OK in different situations.

Clarification (3-5 minutes) • To make sure Ss can use OK in different situations in a correct manner.

T asks Ss to answer exercise 3a in pairs and then compare their answers with those of the other groups.

Free Practice (3-5 minutes) • To provide students with free practice of the usages of OK

Ss use OK in 4 situations and read them to the class.

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