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Speaking & Writing Intensive Courses

Before selecting any of these courses to meet the speaking or writing requirements in the Liberal Studies/School Licensure Program, be sure to check which courses are appropriate to your curriculum.
 

Speaking Intensive

  • COMM 101. Public Speaking - 3 cr.
  • EASC 353/GEOG 353. Geography of Virginia - 3 cr.
  • EDUC 400. Middle and Elementary Directed Teaching - 12 cr.
  • EDUC 401. Elementary Directed Teaching - 12 cr.
  • EDUC 405. Middle Directed Teaching - 12 cr.
  • EDUC 406. Directed Teaching for Students with Exceptional Needs - 12 cr.
  • EDUC 450. Principles of Instruction (PK-8) - 2 cr.
  • ENGL 479. Writing: Theory and Practice for the Middle, Secondary and College Classroom - 3 cr.
  • ENGL 483. Writing: Theory and Practice for the Elementary Classroom - 3 cr.
  • GEOG 353/EASC 353. Geography of Virginia - 3 cr.
  • LSTU 461. Senior Seminar/Directed Study - 3 cr. 
 

Writing Intensive

  • BIOL 341. General Ecology - 4 cr.
  • EDUC 441. Elementary School Literacy Instruction (PK-6) - 3 cr.
  • EDUC 442. Middle School Literacy Instruction - 3 cr.
  • EDUC 450. Principles of Instruction (PK-8) - 3 cr.
  • ENGL 479. Writing: Theory and Practice for the Middle, Secondary and College Classroom - 3 cr.
  • ENGL 483. Writing: Theory and Practice for the Elementary Classroom - 3 cr.
  • HIST 320. African American History - 3 cr.
  • LSTU 461. Senior Seminar/Directed Study - 3 cr.
  • PHYS 342. Electronics & Circuit Theory - 4 cr.
  • POSC 343. American Foreign Policy - 3 cr.
  • POSC 350. The American Presidency - 3 cr.
  • SPED 325. Introduction to Assessment - 3 cr.

 

 

Students not on one of the professional education tracks may need to find a speaking and/or writing-intensive course within the minor.