This week, we will be expanding on the work we startedtwo weeks agoof this course(Week 2 Assignment Attached). Rather than just analyzing resources, this week we will be blending our resources into a larger frame, drawing connections between each of the resources and to our project thesis.A literature review has two specific goals:You should think of your literature review as a way to tell a story about your research using sources as guideposts along the way. Think about your role in this as a moderator in a discussion between your sources, and your job is to keep them focused on your thesis (this is usually the first section of a research article, so you should use the literature reviews of your sources as a model for what we are doing here).You will need a minimum of five (5) sources in your literature review (you will need a total of ten in your Final Project). Consider the following to help you gather these sources:Create a literature review, incorporating each of your references (minimum of five), tying them to each other and to the thesis of your project in a single narrative. You should cite each source in the body of your literature review in a references page at the end of your paper.Your literature review should be arranged in the following way:: As well as accurate in-text citations, your literature review must contain complete and correct APA citations for every source in a references page at the end of your review.