Draft 1— Prepare a draft with an abstract and at least six sources. You will only need to annotate four of the six entries at this stage. Two of the annotations must be for your scholarly, academic sources, and two must be for your non-scholarly, non-academic sources.
Reminder: An annotated bibliography provides a works cited entry for each research source as well as a paragraph on each research source. The paragraphs summarize, analyze, and compare the sources. Your summary, analysis, and comparison should focus on the following four elements of your sources: use of logos, use of pathos, construction of ethos, and the intended audience (including the context and purpose of the source).