Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 181 SURVEY for a quick overview Read each section heading and everything in bold and italic print. Look at the pictures, graphs, and charts. Read introductions, summaries, and review questions. 2 READ with a purpose Turn each section heading into a question. Keep your question in mind as you read the text. When you’re finished reading, see if you can answer your question. 3 REVIEW is the key to learning! When you’ve finished reading an assignment, reread each section heading and the bold and italic words—but this time think about what you have learned. Make sure you can answer any review questions. To help you comprehend and retain more of what you read in a textbook, go through the following three steps: 1. SURVEY 2. READ 3. REVIEW A deadly creature Found in the rainforest’s of Central and South America, poison dart frogs are small, but they can be very deadly. Measuring only about an inch long, their skin can secrete some of the most toxic chemicals known to man. For example, the tiny Golden Poison Dart Frog has enough poison in its skin to kill 10 men. These amphibians are called“dart frogs”because, for centuries, South American Indians have used their toxic secretions to poison the tips of their blow darts and arrows. A strike from a poisoned dart tip will quickly kill the birds and monkeys the Indians hunt. The Poison Dart Frog The Poison Dart Frog A deadly creature amphibians are called“dart frogs”because, for centuries, South American can secrete some of the most toxic chemicals known to man. For example, the tiny rainforest’s of Central and South America, poison dart frogs are their skin To survey the above text, read the highlighted information. What makes this creature deadly? Reading a Textbook , poison dart frogs are 11