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English Australia Journal Volume 27 No 2 46 of limitations. As a survey, it only captures a snapshot of a sample of teachers’ and students’ beliefs at a certain moment in time. A more detailed picture can be obtained through ongoing research that examines the relationship between beliefs and actions as well as the relationship between the psychological aspects and the social aspects of teachers’ and students’ beliefs. Acknowledgements I would like to thank the reviewers and journal editors for the constructive criticisms and insightful comments that helped to improve my article. Any limitations are my own responsibility. References Andrews, S. (2003). ‘Just like instant noodles’: L2 teachers and their beliefs about grammar pedagogy. Teachers and Teaching, 9(4), 351-375. Barkhuizen, G., & Wette, R. (2008). Narrative frames for investigating the experiences of language teachers. System, 36, 372-387. Bernat, E. (2004). Investigating Vietnamese ESL learners’ beliefs about language learning. EA Journal, 21(2), 40-54. Billig, M., Condor, S., Edwards, D., Gane, M., Middleton, D., & Radley, A. (1988). Ideological dilemmas: A social psychology of everyday thinking. London: Sage. Borg, S. (1999). Studying teacher cognition in second language grammar teaching. System, 27(1), 19-31. Borg, S. (2003). Teacher cognition in language teaching: A review of research on what language teachers think, know, believe, and do. Language Teaching, 36(2), 81-109. Borg, S. (2006). Teacher cognition and language education: Research and practice. London: Continuum. Breen, M. P. (1985). The social context for language learning – a neglected situation? Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 7, 135-158. Brown, A. V. (2009). Students’ and teachers’ perceptions of effective foreign language teaching: A comparison of ideals. Modern Language Journal, 93, 46-60. Burgess, J., & Etherington, S. (2002). Focus on grammatical form: Explicit or implicit? System, 30, 433-458.
English Australia Journal 28.1
English Australia Journal 27.1