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self-cor·rect·ing

(sĕlf′kə-rĕk′tĭng)
adj.
1. Correcting its or one's own mistakes.
2. Of or being a typewriter mechanism that allows for automatic correction of a typing error.

self′-cor·rec′tive adj.

self-correcting

adj
capable of correcting itself without external aid
Translations

self-correcting

[ˌselfkəˈrektɪŋ] ADJautocorrector
References in classic literature ?
To lead a life of self-correction is not the way to forget.
The analysis of pretest and posttest scores on oral interactive tasks revealed that while the practice in which the students had engaged led to gains in accuracy, as reflected in the smaller numbers of errors committed, the fluency, measured in terms of the number of pauses, false starts and self-corrections remained unaffected.
'Then we will have some time to bring down the illegal structure and I am glad that as early as five weeks ago, they have been doing the self-corrections. And as I have mentioned in the Regional Development Management Council, I told them that if there will be participatory governance in the private sector, we will be part of the real process, I am looking at three to four months for the soft opening,' he explained.
Gergely gives some examples of her son's self-corrections at the age of 2;8, see (33) and (34), though she refers to them only as lexical transference (Gergely 1997: 151-152).
Department of Labor webpages on programs for audit closing agreements, voluntary corrections, self-corrections, voluntary fiduciary corrections, and delinquent filer voluntary corrections.
Using this technique, the teacher listens to the student's oral reading, records errors and self-corrections and determines the reading strategies used by the student.
She was also provided with corrective feedback by the instructor if she was unable to make self-corrections.
Finally, Lightbown (1992) compared the effects of immediate corrective feedback in communicative and practice activities, and found that although learners were able to self-correct in both conditions, it was only in the former case that the self-corrections became intake, as evidenced by the use of the targeted forms outside the classroom.
The data being an oral discourse and speakers having limited competency in the foreign language, the data reflects abundant indicators (ie., hesitations, self-repetitions, self-corrections) showing their difficulties in communicating and their efforts to put their thoughts into words.
However, the pattern of changes in self-efficacy and performance from trial-to-trial contained self-corrections, suggesting that the efficacy-performance relationship does not necessarily proceed in a monotonic, deviation-amplifying spiral.
The IRS issued an internal policy statement in January 1997 called the administrative policy regarding self-corrections (APRSC), which permits plan operating mistakes -- discovered and corrected within a year or so -- to avoid the sanctions discussed above as long as the plan has a letter of determination.