This story board is to help the reader understand stereotypes and how they can be used in many ways, in this board... in ways to stereotype that girls can't play basketball and that the religion is another reason to why Marian can't play.
Mrs. Lynn: Hi class is anyone trying out for any sports?
Marian: I do I do! I would like to try out for basketball.
Jake: You can't try out. Girls don't really like basketball any way.
Tom: Yea, you can't play basketball.
Now students, playing basketball can be a sport played by both girls and boys!
Jake: HaHa! You're gonna need to take that scarf thing off of your head so you can see.
Tom: Wouldn't it be against your religion or whatever for you to be a girl and play basketball?
Marian: My religion has nothing to do with me playing basketball. And the "scarf" on my head is actually called a Hijab. Stop counting girls out, we can do as much as boys & maybe even better!
The teachers explains to the boys that what they are doing are labeled as bullying, also they are stereotyping Marian for being a girl and in addition Muslim.
Mrs. Lynn: Hey now stop what you are doing Jake and Tom. What you are doing is bullying and I can write you guys up for that. Boys as well as girls can both play any sport they please, just because girls are girls, doesn't mean they can't play. Also you can't say that since she's muslim that it is against her religion for her to do hat she likes. Don't stereotype someone just because of what you think!