(A) To keep students accountable
(B) To plan next steps in the activity
(C) To allow the teacher to assess the work of each student individually
(D) To help students track their progress
Revision history is an important feature to utilize during group activities because:
- It keeps your students accountable to group activities.
- It helps teachers to track the progress of students.
- It allows the teacher to assess the work of each student individually and this allows the teacher to provide individual attention to every student.
This question is a part of the Check Contributions to Group Work chapter from the Unit 12 Facilitate Group Work with Video unit. You can find all the answers asked in this exam on our Unit 12 Facilitate Group Work Answers page.