I created this video with our elementary immersion teachers in mind because they are working this year to integrate literacy with the content areas of Math and Science. Nevertheless, I think the strategy is applicable to any WL teacher who wants students to be able to determine and articulate the main idea of a text and its supporting details. A big part of our effort is based on using non-fiction books to teach Science content, but other teachers could use any type of text based around your unit theme.
For this demonstration, I've intentionally made the anchor chart plain and simple because right now I know all of you are in the midst of parent conferences, and are probably exhausted. However, if the creative bug bites, you could use all sorts of fun icons to spice up the presentation.
Here are a few other graphic organizers that can be used to teach students about main idea and supporting details of a text (they can be adapted for fiction or non-fiction). Any of these could be re-created as an anchor chart, or printed to go in an interactive notebook.
World Language Teacher Support Specialist (and Language Enthusiast)