The first paragraph should discuss your search parameters. What search criteria did you use? What databases did you access? How did you narrow your results? You will now have at least 1 paragraph discussing the 6 articles listed in your annotated bib. This is not your annotated bib repeated! Think about the articles and your topic when developing your literature review. Think about these questions: how does the article relate to your topic, what information did the article provide, did the article provide new information or a different way of thinking, and was the article useful is so how is it useful? With some topics, several articles might apply and you can combine two articles into one paragraph. Watch the number of direct quotes you have in the paper and make sure you are citing your information. All articles cited in the literature review needs to be listed on the references page.