Write your annotations. Double space between the citation and the annotation. Write a concise annotation that summarizes the central theme and scope of the article. Include one or more sentences that (a) comments on the limitations of the article; (b) intended audience; (c) your reaction to the article; (d) compare or contrasts this work with another you have cited; or (e) explains how this work adds to the knowledge you have gained. have at least 10 different articles or works in your bibliography. These must be from primary sources. Format for the Annotated Bibliography
Title Page – with your name, date, project title, instructor name
Introductory paragraph describing the project – what you researched and a summary of what you found.
Use Section Titles between each section: Example: Signs and Symptoms, New Treatments, etc.
Within each section, citations should be alphabetized.
Double space between each citation and between the citation and annotation. Single space the annotation