Explain the article’s strengths and weaknesses as well as compare and contrast the current article with another article in your bibliography.

Your annotated bibliography includes five citations. These citations must come from a peer-reviewed journal, and be current, which would mean that they are not more than seven (7) years old (2014 – present).
Your annotation of each source includes three paragraphs.Your first paragraph is a summary of the article including an explanation of the main focus and purpose of the work as well as an explanation of what makes this particular article distinctive and different from the other four articles in your bibliography. What is something new that you learned?
Your second paragraph is an evaluative paragraph. You explain the article’s strengths and weaknesses as well as compare and contrast the current article with another article in your bibliography. You need to make sure you are comparing and contrasting various articles. You cannot compare all of your articles to just one.
The final paragraph is a reflection. In this reflection, you explain how each article is relevant and useful to your chosen topic and the field of research as well as how this article is useful and helpful to you as a classroom teacher.Each article in your bibliography is graded separately using the same rubric