Since parallel problem-solving is called for, each team will engage in data collection, observation, and learning, then meet back at the end of the day to share what they have learned. Due to planetary atmospheric conditions, shuttle craft are not available and the Transporter will be down for routine maintenance until end of day. Fortunately, no hostiles have been detected in the area.
Team Janeway, read on to see The Task.
Students at Zeta Colony are at the most remote corner of the planet. Due to planetary interference, instructors and students often must rely on student created textbooks, documents, and more. Unfortunately, creating content using crayons, markers and text does not take advantage of the technology resources available to students, which include 21st Century tablets such as MS Surface, Apple iPads, Android tablets, and more. Some examples appear at the bottom of the page. Students have to interact with diverse races and need to obtain a better understanding of idioms and when to use them:
Explore these 21st century tablets and "apps" needed to create narrated slideshows, ebooks, comics, and develop a sample student product that addresses the English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) and models the use of these technologies for students. Some of the apps you will find most useful include the following: