Read the attached PDF. After the respective bibliographic information (author, title, etc., all in MLA format) you will need 3 short paragraphs:
1. Summary. An overview of the major points of the article, starting with the central argument.
2. Evaluative. An assessment of the quality, accuracy, and usefulness of the source, possibly including mention of the apparent credentials of the author.
3. Reflective. An overview of how this article might prove useful in a longer paper about the topic.
(By the way: Don’t number # the three sections on your Annotated Bibliography. Just have each section tabbed over once from the left margin.)