A great activity for those "talented students" that you are urging to think about ideas on their own.
Give the student sentence strips that contain the above phrases. In small groups, they create the Venn Diagram. Then, challenge them to create their own Double Venn Diagrams that compare two mathematical concepts.
Have the students generate a list of pairs of mathematical concepts that they could compare, and then confer with their teacher
for final approval of their basic idea.
Lately, I've been thinking about this poem.
Perhaps we need to let our "Talented Learners" FLY?