First, in bold, write a thesis statement for your potential researched essay.
Next, include an annotated bibliography with at least three academic sources that you could use for your essay. Compose these as though they are entries in a Works Cited page. Make certain that they are listed in alphabetical order and use correct MLA format.
For each source, as you have done before, include 2-3 sentences summarizing the source, 2-3 sentences evaluating the source, and 2-3 sentences reflecting on how you will use the source in your potential researched essay.
Criteria on which you will be graded:
Your revised thesis statement makes a unique claim (argument) about the text and makes a comment about your position in relation to the topic.
Your annotated bibliography includes three scholarly sources that relate to your chosen work (nonfiction, short story, poem, drama), your thesis, and Queer Theory.
This will add up to 10 points to your lowest major grade of the course, either your midterm, a bibliography, or another one of the essays.