Reading textbooks offers several challenges that can be effectively met by using the proper reading strategies. You have already studied several of these strategies. In Chapter 11, A Reading System for Effective Readers, you learned about the SQ3R study method, which encourages you to survey, question, read, recite, and review. The introduction to Part Two, Additional Readings, showed you how to annotate your textbooks. And when you studied the definition and example pattern of organization in Chapter 6, Relationships II, you learned how to create study notes using specialized terms and their definitions and examples. This appendix is designed to show you how to put all these skills together for an effective reading strategy for textbooks. You may want to review the earlier sections before continuing.