My assignment is to do a literature review on any topic of peer-reviewed articles, I told my professor my topic but if need be it can be anything pretty similar to that if that makes it easier for the writer. The instructions are a minimum of 5 pages, 12pt Times new roman, double spaced. Any number of peer-reviewed sources is allowed.I. Introductiona. Describe the overall topic and why it is important.b. Identify common themes and trends in research questions, methodology, andfindings. Your goal here is to give a â€œbig pictureâ€ of the literature. You will getinto specifics in the body of your paper.c. Provide a thesis statement (i.e. â€œThe purpose of this paper is…â€)II. Theme A (a theme is a broad word or phrase that synthesizes a more narrow group of related findings)a. Overview of characteristics of the theme (commonalities, differences, nuances) b. First piece of evidence from the literature that supports the current theme(Research question(s), Methods/Participants, related findings/conclusions) c. Second piece of evidence from the literature that supports the current theme(Research question(s), Methods/Participants, related findings/conclusions) d. Third piece of evidence from the literature that supports the current theme(Research question(s), Methods/Participants, related findings/conclusions) e. Etc., etc., etc. with other evidence that fit Theme A; studies can be repeated ifthere are multiple findings that fit under more than one theme. However, no need to re-write methods/participants in detail (just enough to remind the reader about the study).III. Theme B – follow same structure as Theme A but with a different theme. 3 IV. Continue with additional themes and same structure (as needed)V. Conclusiona. What are the contributions of this literature to the field? In other words, brieflysummarize what we know and what we donâ€™t know based on the literature youhave reviewed.b. What are the overall collective strengths of this research?c. What are the overall collative weaknesses of this research?d. What might be missing in the literature?e. What are some next steps for research? The next steps should explicitly addresshow to â€œcorrectâ€ for strengths, weaknesses, and gaps.