1. Cite the source correctly in MLA documentation style. The citations should be organized in alphabetical order by author. 2. Follow with an annotation that begins by summarizing the source (approx. 3-5 sentences). Then, continue the annotation by evaluating the source, including the authority, background, and education of the author(s), the intended audience (for whom was it written (general public/any reader, subject specialists, college students? What skill level or education level must the reader have?) (approx. 3-5 sentences). Finally, conclude the annotation with a discussion of how this work is relevant or important to your selected topic (approx. 1-2 sentences). The annotation must be in your own words—no quoting, no copying and pasting. 5+ scholarly articles from the electronic databases. 5+ sources from other areas (books, websites, etc.). Sources documented in MLA Style (by author). Thoughtful and complete annotations of approximately 150 words. Above are the specific instructions for this assignment, the audience is my class mates.