Example of a card
1. Tagline -- This is a summary of what your card says.
2. Source -- This is where the evidence is from. In round, you only have to read the last name of the author/the organization who wrote it and the date it was written. Normally you only say the year or you can just say the month and day if your evidence was written in the current year. (For example, "van der Woodsen 7" would mean it was from 2007, "Waldorf 2/1" would mean it was written the first of February of this year.) Write down the full credentials of your source as well. You usually don't need to read those credentials in your first speech, but you may need to explain why your authors are credible during cross-ex and when you're explaining why your evidence is better than your opponent's in later speeches.
3. Body -- This portion shows the entirety (or a large portion) of the article. The underlined portion is what's important. The highlighted potion is what you read out loud in round.