Nor is there anything here that should astonish the considerate. A good next step would be for the teacher to ask him whether he knows the names of the polygons he used and, if so, to ask him to label them.
Susan M. In terms of creativity, his work was more original than Student 1's picture. Perhaps he just forgot to label them.
Well, let's try. Created product draws on a variety of sources, including different texts, media, resource persons, or personal experiences.
Also known as modeling. Created product does not serve its intended purpose for example, solving a problem or addressing an issue. The claim has already been made in this paper, and I wish to emphasize it here again, that while imitation in itself is not originality, it is the rational method of developing originality in the individual.
I'm not saying that the boy doesn't need to know the names of his polygons or that his teacher should regard his work as evidence of this knowledge.