8 Easiest Gordon Rule Classes To Take At FSU, UF, UCF and USF

What are the easiest Gordon rule classes to take at FSU, UF, UCF and USF? You will get to know if you follow us now. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips. Also known as the Gordon Rule, the State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.030 requires that student complete with grades of C or better 12 credits in a series of designated courses where the students have to demonstrate their writing skills are actually college-level. Additionally, they’ll also have to get six credits of math coursework at the level of college algebra or higher.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two  classes from their list.

Are you interested in films? If so, check Film Genres. We all have a type of movies we enjoy best and some that we just can’t stomach for some reason. Well, books are just as varied and movies, based on scripts, have a strong connection to the world’s literary genres. The course regarding Film Genres focuses on these issues and more, such as the historical continuity of movie genres, as well as the transformations literary genres had to go through before landing on the big screens. This is an interesting topic for anyone who loves movies in any way shape and form, even if we’re talking about someone who’s always first at the movie theater or someone who still hasn’t seen the classics, but prefers a specific type of films and has seen all in that category. If you’re passionate about movies, this course will be even easier than it already is and, at the end of it all, you’ll have learned even more interesting things about what’s behind the scenes. The second one we mention now is Expository and argumentative writing. Ok, so for the University of Florida there aren’t all that many courses you can take that work with the Gordon Rule, so they aren’t necessarily the easiest, but they are surely useful. The Expository and Argumentative Writing course can only benefit you in the long run because, by the end of it, you’ll have learned how to read, write, and think critically, how to adapt your writing to your audience, purpose, or context, how to best support your arguments, how to write logical arguments and demonstrate a great writing style. This is clearly an extremely useful course to take as it will teach you many things that will help you through college and well beyond it

For any further useful information read Insider Monkey’s article about 8 easiest Gordon rule classes to take at FSU, UF, UCF and USF

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