Two girls walk into school causally talking with one another. The composition of the scene demonstrates that the girls are walking towards the school building and not just standing still.
Good morning Mr. Walker. I have an idea for you. I would like to start a girls boxing team at this school.
A high school girl named Sarah proposes the idea of a girls boxing team at her school to her principal. He explains that the school does not have enough money within their budget for a girls boxing team, however this confuses Sarah as there is a boys boxing team at the school.
Good morning Sarah. That is an interesting idea, however to be quite honest with you, our budget is not sufficient enough to have a girls boxing team. However, I will give you the opportunity to present this to myself along with a few other teachers tomorrow and will further consider it then.
Sarah proceeds to boldly present her idea of the boxing team to her principal and a couple other teachers, giving them statistics and options of ways to spend less money in order to make room in the budget to have the girls boxing team.
During this scene, Sarah takes the principal, Mr. Walker to the boys boxing team practice and explains that the girls could also use the space that the boys use, just at different times. She continues to offer multiple suggestions of ways to make the girls team possible. While this scene is going on, there will be a synchronous sound coordinated with the two boys boxing in the ring.
After proposing the idea, presenting it, and the attending the boys own practice with Mr. Walker, Sarah decides to compose one last email, providing statistics, ideas, and calculations that prove that the girls could have their own team.
The cameraman will use a jump cut to go from Sarah typing the email to focusing in on the email as she sends to her principal. It gives emphasis on her persistence as she types the email.
Dear Mr. Walker, I would like to show you my recent calculations of how I think we can afford a girls boxing team( the link is attached below). We already have the space and can practice for an hour each day before or after the boys' practice. I have also discussed with the boys' coach and he said he would be up to the task of coaching the girls as long as I could get it by you. Thank you, Sarah