I had a 5-second mental shock when a student, while finishing twisting his first Khinkali, asked me:
"Mr. Ulloa, this is not right, right?"
She thought that the way she twisted her Khinkali was not well done because it was not the same as the one she reviewed in her theory lesson, while I delighted in that masterpiece she dared to call "disaster."
Most of the time, teachers ask their students for X; sometimes they get X + 1. Here's a proof... Home Economics Year 8 students, going that extra mile by being more creative than they were asked for.