This chapter deals with ways of checking and improving the overall structure of students' text. It examines revision is all about organising ideas in a way that makes the text flow according to a logical argument. Revision typically proceeds from the broader items through to paragraphs and finally to individual sentences, without getting lost in details until the overall text is properly structured. Having completed a first revision of students' early drafts by ensuring the overall structure is coherent and reflected in a proper sequence of paragraphs and sections, it is time to ask for feedback. Once students' draft reaches a middle stage of revision, students' focus needs to shift to its overall structure and style, so students can decide whether the ideas students are presenting are clearly explained and form a coherent, well-structured piece. The revision stage will focus primarily on constantly checking and refining the structure of students' drafts.