Extracurricular Enrichment for Gifted Students


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Which of the following types of extracurricular activities involves learning about political processes, advocating for under-served students, and achieving a deep understanding of power dynamics?

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1. Which of the following types of extracurricular activities involves activities that are less directed at gifted children in particular, but still benefit gifted students by maximizing their potential in diverse ways?

2. Which of the following types of extracurricular activities involves teaching about formal logic and fallacies so students can learn how to argue for or against a position?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test what you know about extracurricular activities that complement the curriculum of gifted students with this quiz and worksheet. You'll review what you know about the types of enrichment to challenge these students.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet provide a review of:

  • The activity that involves learning about political processes and advocating for students
  • Activities that offer gifted students diversity
  • Learning to argue for or against a position
  • The purpose of extracurricular activities for gifted students

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember what activity offers gifted students the chance to argue for or against a position
  • Interpreting information - revisit what you know about activities that are not directed at gifted students but still benefit them and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about how extracurricular activities can help gifted students to answer questions about it

Additional Learning

You can review this topic at a deeper level with Extracurricular Enrichment for Gifted Students. This lesson offers a more comprehensive review of:

  • Characteristics of gifted students
  • Which activity helps with public speaking
  • Skills learned by running for student council
  • Competitive activities for gifted students
  • Why gifted students may take music, participate in comic book clubs or other non-gifted activities