Two IWB techniques are used here: in the pre- and post-listening stages of the lesson.
Display the If I were... activity on IWB and elicit from students which statement should go in which column (Boys' answers / Girls' answers). Drag them to the appropriate columns or get one of your students to do it. There might be some confusion here as the statements should not correspond with what they do but with what they would do (if they were boys/girls). This later can be exploited to focus on the hypothetical nature of would.
Colour over the answers on IWB page 3 with white ink. Then reveal one by one as you go through the answers with the class.
The rest of the procedure is outlined in the template below
DownloadIF I WERE A BOY Drag'n'Drop -for Promethean ActivInspire IWB
If the file is not compatible with your IWB software, create your own - see IWB page 2 below
COMPUTER-BASED WORKSHEET - if students are working in a computer room. Split it into separate files/pages if you don't trust your students to do the first page without looking at the lyrics on page 2.
There is also a paper-based worksheet that comes with the template below.
LESSON PLAN - IF I WERE A BOY with a student worksheet (Preview below).
The lesson plan is based on the listening activity template I blogged about HERE