Revising and Correcting a Text at School in a Digital World: Approaches That Still Need Some Exploration

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In the État des lieux de l’enseignement du français (ELEF) survey, Lord and Chartrand (2010) reported that only 14% of teachers get students to use word processors for their writing often or very often, “more so to compile texts than to correct them”. Although ELEF data is revealing, it describes a situation that prevailed more than a decade ago. Have digital writing practices changed since then, particularly in the wake of the Plan d’action numérique (MEES, 2018)?
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