Teaching students in upper elementary school to revise their papers effectively requires a three-pronged approach. First, teachers provide instruction on a relevant genre or writing form (using CCSS English Language Arts or other relevant standards as a guide). Second, teachers help students to use four basic revising tactics (add, move, delete, and rewrite) in order to make changes to words, phrases and sentences, and longer portions of text. Teachers then introduce FIX, a metacognitive routine that helps students to manage the revising process using the Self-Regulated Strategy Development model of instruction. Fix works by teaching students to identify and solve “big picture” problems in their writing rather than focusing on minor issues. In prior research, we found that students with and without LD who learned FIX made meaningful changes that improved their papers (Author). With this strategy, students can learn to effectively revise their essays and stories.