Oral presentation and information literacy/informed use of technology are skills which are discipline-specific. Each major includes required courses whose content ensures that you will acquire those skills.
FP takes care of one W course. One of the courses required by your major will take care of the second. You will have to choose a third W course from those listed by all the departments at the College.
First-Year Perceptorial: More on Knox's foundation curriculum
The Catalog has lists of W, O, and DV courses.
Everyone needs at least one credit of language at the 103-level or above.
Check your QL status carefully. Your ACT or SAT score may have already established "proficiency"; but you will still need to establish quantitative "literacy" with a QL course. Note that passing any mathematics course above MATH 120 will simultaneously satisfy proficiency and quantitative literacy.