A Study on the Critical Thinking Disposition of English Major Students -- A Case Study of Undergraduate English Majors at S University

Wang Yiming, Zhang Wenzhuo, Bian Saisai


This article focuses on undergraduate English majors at S University as research subjects, using the Chinese revised version of the California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory (CTDI-CV) by Peng Meici. Using SPSS 26.0, the study analyzed the current status of critical thinking disposition among S University students and the differences in scores among different groups. The following conclusions were drawn: Overall, the critical thinking disposition of S University undergraduate English majors is at a moderate to high level, and there are varying degrees of differences among different student groups in terms of gender, parents’ education level, grade, high school type, and whether they have taken the “English Speech and Debate” course. Based on these survey results, corresponding suggestions are provided.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/selt.v11n2p156


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