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nd not only recasts (Lyster&Ranta 1997, p.56). The purpose of Schultz’s (1996) exploratory study was to compare students’ and teachers’ beliefs about explicit grammar teaching, particularly in connection to error correction. The subjects were second and foreign language students and teachers in both commonly taught (CTL) and less-commonly taught (LCTL) languages at the University of Arizona, where the data was collected with the help of a questionnaire. In terms of grammar teaching, Schultz discovered that the students had more favorable attitudes towards formal grammar study than their teachers did, and that even though a large majority of both groups believed that studying grammar helps in foreign language learning, the students shared the belief more often than the teachers (Schultz, 1996, p.345). Overall, the students’ responses indicated a strong belief about the usefulness of grammar teaching (Schultz 1996, p. 345). When it comes to error correction, the students reported notably positive attitudes towards negative feedback with only 4% of them reporting feelings of displeasure when corrected in class (Schultz, 1996, p.346). When the students were asked whether they want the teacher to correct their errors, the vast majority answered ‘Yes’, both in terms of written and spoken errors (97% and 90% respectively) (Schultz, 1996, p. 346). There was a great disparity between the students’ and the teachers’ opinions, as only 34% of the CTL teachers and 50% of the LCTL teachers felt that the student should be corrected every time they make an oral error (Schultz, 1996, p.347). To conclude, Schultz (1996, p.348) states that the students’ favorable attitudes towards explicit grammar study and error correction may be due to three factors: 1) they may be based on a generally agreed myths that pass along from generation to generation, 2) they may be strongly affected by the grammar-focus curriculum and prevalent instructional practices, and 3) they may be based on personal experiences convincing the students about the usefulness of grammar and corrective feedback. In Iranian EFL context, numerous researches have been done to date. Vaezi, Zand-Vakili and Kas>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)