Great for just getting students used to the basics of in text citations, giving credit to their sources, and being more explicit when supporting their arguments with text evidence.
This very simple, color-coded handwritten resource worked wonders in my classroom when I realized that, after telling students to "tell me where you got the information!!!" they were failing to do so. Of course, it was because I hadn't shown an example!
In this example/handout, the text evidence is color coded BLUE while the citation itself is color coded ORANGE.
Ask students what they think the blue and orange represent before telling them. Ask why some have quotation marks and some not. Why some have page numbers and some not. Ask students to write a few examples of their own on the topic you are currently studying.