Comparative Study of English Learning Beliefs between Chinese and Korean College Students in Minority Region

  •  Haiying Yan    


Beliefs are a central construct in every discipline. Meanwhile, students’ beliefs about language learning play an important role in their language motivation, attitude and achievement. This study intends to explore the current situation of the English learning beliefs of College students in Minority Regions in China and then attempts to find out the similarities and differences in English learning beliefs between Chinese and Korean students. The results show that self-efficacy is the most important factor affecting non-English major sophomores of minority regions. And there are clear differences exist between two sub-scales of English learning beliefs.

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