If you learn best by reading and plan to spend most of preparation reading the textbook then these guided readings will be extremely helpful to you. These guided readings were developed by the textbook's authors (Campbells Biology). These guided readings can be utilized in at least one or two ways in my opinion. First, print them out prior to reading, while reading have the them next to your text and simply fill in the questions as you go. This will help you to see the main ideas and important concepts. Once completed they will serve as a nice overview of the material for later study. The second way to utilize them, which is a bit more challenging, would involve reading the chapter (or section) and then fill in the guided readings from memory. In this approach you will be able get a feel for what you retained and identify the areas that might need to spend more time on. Once again, after completion they will serve as a nice overview of the material for later study. Keep in mind that my course and its lectures do not simply follow the the chapters in numerical order so I will provide the chapters or chapter sections that correlate to each of my units in the class syllabus.
This link takes you to the Biology Junction website. You will find the outlines for each every chapter of your textbook (7th edition). The chapters may not match up by number with your newer edition, if that is the case then use chapter titles as a guide. If you choose to acquire knowledge by reading and outlining the chapters, then I suggest you periodically refer to these outlines as a self check. You can compare your outline with these and see if you are not outlining enough, outlining too much or whether you missed an important point.
This link takes you to the Biology Junction website. You will find the objectives for each every chapter of your textbook (7th edition). The chapters may not match up by number with your newer edition, if that is the case then use chapter titles as a guide. You may prefer to acquire knowledge by completing these chapter objectives. Be sure you answer the relevant objectives especially in those chapters that where I only cover select topics.