You have been working on your paper, and gotten feedback on the outline as well as on your first video note presentation. By this point, you should have a first draft done, that should be about 8 to 10 pages (including bibliography). As you work on your draft, look at this guide to research papers. That will help you in terms of the references and bibliography.
Please make sure to write in complete sentences and paragraphs. You can indicate sections that you haven’t yet developed, or sections that you will develop in the future. Make sure to have a descriptive title for your paper, and not simply something like “Research paper for Islam in America”. Tell the reader something about what you’ll be discussing the the title. And although it sounds counter-intuitive, write your introduction last. It is much easier to write an introduction once you have written your paper, then you can go back and let us know at the beginning what you will do in the paper. You had to have 3 sources for your preliminary bibliography, now expand that to at least 5 scholarly sources for this first draft.