Discussion on Renzullias three-ring conception of giftedness to the Marland

Please answer the following four questions separately and number the answer.

1. After comparing Renzullias three-ring conception of giftedness to the Marland definition on pp. 412a 413 of Special Education for Todayas Teachers, what areas do you see overlapping with the two concepts? What is the difference in the organization layout of the two concepts?
2. After comparing Renzullias three-ring conception of giftedness to the Marland definition on pp. 412a 413 of Special Education for Todayas Teachers, what are your thoughts on how task commitment is included? Would you remove task oriented and effort characteristics from the assessment or incorporate them in a different manner? If you would include them with less emphasis, what would be your way of using them as just a piece of the assessment?
3. After comparing Renzullias three-ring conception of giftedness to the Marland definition on pp. 412a 413 of Special Education for Todayas Teachers, leadership as one of the characteristics in Marland. I love the idea of having gifted students serve in leadership roles. Just this week we had our career day at school and our student council dressed up to greet the guest speakers and guide them to the appropriate rooms. I was so proud of them and how professional they were. It was awesome to see some of the students Rise to the occasionso to speak. Another great program that we have is the Battle of the Books team where students read books and then go to compete with other schools in a debate question type program. It is a great way to get them involved and at the same time enrich their learning. Any thoughts or activities you would want to get your gifted students involved in?
4. After comparing Renzullias three-ring conception of giftedness to the Marland definition on pp. 412a 413 of Special Education for Todayas Teachers, Both concepts explore the characteristics or attributes you would look for in a child for giftedness. Class, if you were making a list on what attributes you thought constituted a child being gifted, what would they be? Rank them in order of importance in relation to giftedness.