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INCENTIVE MATERIAL

Surname ____________ Name ___________ Date _____________

Finish drawing

These two pages contain unfinished figures. If you add additional lines to them, you will get interesting objects or plot pictures.

This task takes 10 minutes. Try to come up with a picture or story that no one else can come up with. Make it complete and interesting, add new ideas to it.

Come up with an interesting name for each picture and write it below the picture.

Three examples of scoring for elaborate answers are given. They should be carefully studied.

LIST No. 1 (Recall: that answers not listed in list No. 1 receive an originality rating of 2 points as non-standard and less common than in 2% of cases. The category of these answers is determined by list No. 2). Answers to the task with the indication of category numbers and evaluations by originality

Figure 1

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (37) The face, the head of a person.

(1) Points. (38) Bird (flying), seagull.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(10) Eyebrows, human eyes. (33) The wave, the sea.

(4) Animal (face). (4) Cat, cat. (21) Cloud,

cloud; (58) Supernatural beings. (10) Heart (“love”).

(4) The dog. (8) Owl. (28) Flower. (37) Man, man. (31) Apple.



Figure 2

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (64) The tree and its details.

(67) Slingshot. (28) Flower.

1 point (2% to 4.99%)

(41) Letter: F, U, etc. (13) House, building.

(42) Sign, symbol, pointer. (8) Bird, footprints, legs. (45) The figure.

(37) Man.

Figure 3

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (53) Sound and

radio waves. (37) The face of a person.

(9) Sailing ship, boat. (31) Fruits, berries.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(21) Wind, clouds, rain. (7) Air

balloons. (64) The tree and its details. (49) Road, bridge. (4) Animal

or his face. (48) Carousels, swings. (68) Wheels. (67) Bow and arrow.

(35) The moon. (27) Fish, fish. (48) Sled. (28) Flowers.

Figure 4

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (33) The wave, the sea.

(41) Question mark. (4) The snake.

(37) The face of a person. (4) the tail of the animal,

elephant's trunk.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(4) Cat, cat. (32) Armchair, chair. (36) Spoon, ladle. (4) The mouse. (38) Insect, caterpillar, worm. (1) Points. (8) Bird: goose, swan. (27) Shell. (58) Supernatural beings. (1) Smoking pipe. (28) Flower.

Figure 5

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (36) Dish, vase, bowl.

(9) Ship, boat. (37) The face of a person. (65) Umbrella.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(33) Pond, lake. (47) Mushroom; (10) Lips, chin. (22) Basket, basin. (31) Lemon, apple. (67) Bow (and arrows). (33) Gully, pit. (27) Fish. (25) The egg.

Figure 6

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (15) Staircase, steps.

(37) The face of a person.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(33) Mountain, rock. (36) Vase. (64) Tree, spruce. (19) Jacket, jacket, dress.

(66) Lightning, thunderstorm. (37) Man: man, woman. (28) Flower.

Figure 7

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (18) Car.

(36) Key; (62) Sickle.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(47) Mushroom. (36) Bucket, scoop. (43) Lens, magnifier. (37) The face of a person.

(36) Spoon, ladle. (62) The hammer. (1) Points. (18) Scooter.

(60) Symbol: sickle and hammer. (48) Tennis racket.

Figure 8

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (37) Girl, woman.

(37) Man: head or body.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(41) Letter: U et al. (36) Vase. (64) Tree.

(11) Book. (19) T-shirt, dress. (2) Rocket.

(58) Supernatural beings.

(28) Flower. (67) Shield.



Figure 9

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (33) Mountains, hills.

(4) The animal, its ears. (41) The letter M.

1 point (from 2 to 4.99%)

(4) Camel. (4) The wolf. (4) Cat, cat. (4) The fox. (37) The face of a person.

(4) The dog. (37) Man: figure.

Figure 10

0 points (5% or more answers)

(24) Abstract pattern. (8) Goose, duck.

(64) Tree, spruce, branches. (37) The face of a person.

(4) The fox.

1 point (2% to 4.99%)

(63) Pinocchio. (37) Girl. (8) The bird. (58) Supernatural

creatures. (45) Numbers. (37) Man, figure.



LIST No. 2. Categories of answers, the originality of which is rated 2 points with indication of the category.

(18) Automobile: passenger car, racing car, truck, wagon, cart, tractor. (3) Angels and other divine beings, their details, including wings. (1) Accessories: bracelet, crown, wallet, monocle, necklace, glasses, hat. (20) Clothesline, cord. (41) Letters: singles or blocks, punctuation marks. (7) Balloons: single or in a garland (39) Kite. (33) Geographic features: shore, waves, volcano, mountain, lake, ocean, beach, river, cliff. (34) Geometric shapes: square, cone, circle, cube, rectangle, rhombus, triangle. (24) Decorative composition: all kinds of abstract images, ornaments, patterns. (64) Tree: all kinds of trees, including Christmas tree, palm. (49) Road and road systems: road, road signs and signs, bridge, intersection, overpass. (4) An animal, its head or muzzle: bull, camel, snake, cat, goat, lion, horse, frog, bear, mouse, monkey, deer, pig, elephant, dog.
(5) Animal: footprints. (53) Sound waves: tape recorder, radio waves, radio, walkie-talkie, tuning fork, TV. (65) Umbrella; (63) Toy: rocking horse, doll, cube, puppet. (62) Tools: forks, rakes, pincers, hammer, ax. (46) Stationery and school supplies: paper, cover, folder, notebook. (11) Book: single or pile, newspaper, magazine. (68) Wheels: wheel, rim, bearing, tire, steering wheel. (50) Room or parts of a room: floor, wall, corner. (22) Container: tank, can, barrel, bucket, tin can, jug, hat box, box. (9) Ship, boat: canoe, motor boat, boat, steamboat, sailboat. (12) Box: carton, package, gift, parcel. (54) Space: astronaut. (16) Bonfire, fire. (23) Cross: Red Cross, Christian Cross, grave. (40) Staircase: attached, step-ladder, gangway. (2) Aircraft: bomber, glider, rocket, plane, satellite. (32) Furniture: buffet, wardrobe, bed, chair, school desk, table, chair, ottoman. (43) Mechanisms and devices: computer, lens, microscope, press, robot, mining hammer. (44) Music: harp, drum, accordion, bell, sheet music, piano, piano, whistle, cymbals. (6) Balls: basketball, tennis, baseball, volleyball, dirt balls, snowballs. (59) Land transport - see “Vehicle”, do not introduce a new category. (38) Insect: butterfly, flea, mantis, caterpillar, bug, bug, ant, fly, spider, bee, firefly, worm. (35) Celestial bodies: Ursa Major, Venus, eclipse of the moon, star, moon, meteorite, comet, sun. (21) Cloud, cloud: different types and forms. (30) Shoes: boots, boots, boots, slippers, shoes. (19) Clothing: pants, underpants, sweatshirt, men's shirt, coat, jacket, dress, bathrobe, shorts, skirt. (67) Weapon: rifle, bow and arrow, machine gun, gun, slingshot, shield. (48) Recreation: bicycle, ice rink, ice slide, parachute tower, swimming board, roller skates, sledges, tennis. (29) Food: bread, cake, candy, lollipop, tortilla, ice cream, nuts, cake, sugar, toast, bread. (66) Weather: rain, raindrops, blizzard, rainbow, sunbeams, hurricane. (36) Housewares: vase, hanger, toothbrush, pan, bucket, coffee maker, broom, cup, brush. (8) Bird: stork, crane, turkey, chicken, swan, peacock, penguin, parrot, duck, flamingo, chicken. (26) Entertainment: singer, dancer, circus performer. (47) Plants: thickets, shrubs, grass. (27) Fish and marine animals: guppies, goldfish, whale, octopus. (58) Supernatural (fairy-tale) creatures: Aladdin, Baba Yaga, demon, vampire, witch, Hercules, devil, monster, ghost, fairy, devil. (42) Lamp: magic lantern, lamp, candle, street lamp, lantern, electric lamp. (60) Symbol: badge, coat of arms, banner, flag, price tag, check, emblem. (52) Snowman. (57) Sun and other planets: see “Heavenly bodies.” (55) Sports: treadmill, baseball court, horse racing, sports field, soccer goal. (13) Building: house, palace, building, hut, kennel, skyscraper, hotel, pagoda, hut, temple, church. (15) The building, its parts: door, roof, window, floor, wall, pipe. (14) Building material: board, stone, brick, plate, pipe. (17) Reed and articles thereof. (51) Shelter, shelter (not home): canopy, trench, tent, tent, tent. (31) Fruits: pineapple, orange, banana, fruit bowl, cherry, grapefruit, pear, lemon, apple. (28) Flower: daisy, cactus, sunflower, rose, tulip. (45) Numbers. one or in a block, mathematical signs. (61) Clock: alarm clock, hourglass, stopwatch, sundial, timer. (37) A man, his head, face or figure: a girl, a woman, a boy, a nun, a man, a certain personality, an old man. (56) Man from the wand: see “Man.” (10) A person, parts of his body: eyebrows, hair, eyes, lips, bone, legs, nose, mouth, hands, heart, ear, tongue. (25) Egg: all types, including Easter, fried eggs.

Interpretation of test results.

1. Fluency, or productivity. This indicator is not specific to creative thinking and is useful primarily because it allows you to understand other indicators of KTM. The data show (see Table 1) that most children in grades 1–8 perform from 7 to 10 tasks, and high school students perform from eight to ten tasks. The minimum number of completed tasks (less than five) is most often found in adolescents (grades 5–8).

2. Flexibility. This indicator assesses the diversity of ideas and strategies, the ability to move from one aspect to another. Sometimes this indicator is useful to correlate with the indicator of fluency or even calculate the index by dividing the flexibility indicator by the indicator of fluency and multiplying by 100%. Recall that if the subject has a low rate of flexibility, this indicates the rigidity of his thinking, low level of awareness, limited intellectual potential and (or) low motivation.

3. Originality. This indicator characterizes the ability to put forward ideas that differ from obvious, well-known, generally accepted, banal or firmly established. Those who receive high values ​​of this indicator are usually characterized by high intellectual activity and lack of conformity. Originality of decisions implies the ability to avoid easy, obvious and uninteresting answers. Like flexibility, originality can be analyzed in relation to fluency using the index calculated in the manner described above.

4. Development. High values ​​of this indicator are characteristic of students with high academic performance, capable of inventive and constructive activities. Low - for lagging, undisciplined, and negligent students. The indicator of developed answers reflects a different type of fluency in thinking, and in certain situations it can be both an advantage and a limitation, depending on how this quality is manifested.

Table No. 1 -

Average CTGM in students of different classes



To compare indicators of creative thinking (originality and sophistication), it is necessary to convert them into a standard T-scale. This will allow comparing the results obtained by KTM and the figure test of creative thinking of P. Torrance (see table. 2). In parentheses, the table shows the standard deviation.

table 2

Table No. 2 -

Convert Raw Indicators to T-Scale





The values ​​on the T-scale of 50 ± 10 correspond to the age norm.

The first digit is the category number, the second is points for originality, the third is points for elaboration.

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