EFL teacher/MA student Laura Patsko talks us through an unplanned intermediate lesson using the IWB in a dictogloss activity with two students.
Dictogloss involves the teacher reading a script which the learners write down, leaving space for more details picked up in subsequent listenings.
Laura then had the learners write their text on the IWB, which they used to edit: moving words around, adding and replacing elements. She then worked on accuracy, and finally had them highlight useful expressions for their notebooks.
Her blog post has explanations, the recording, plus photos of the IWB and IWB slides, so it's very easy for other teachers to follow. So whether you're looking for ideas for your teaching, or examples of practice that may be different from what you're used to, this is a nice post (and Show and Tell is a nice blog).