You always are getting bad grades! What happened to you!
This scene shows the main character, Steven at home seeing Jeffery on the floor with nose bleeding because he fell off the stool. Before that happened, he was writing in his journal how annoying Jeffery is. This shows the exposition because it says the main character and the setting.
What should I choose... Be with Jeffery or with the All-State band concert?
This scene shows when Jeffery feel off the stool and started to a nose bleed, it wouldn't stop, so Jeffery and his mom came to the hospital. Jeffery found out that he has leukemia. This shows the conflict because it is the most important issue Steven's family have, Jeffery, having leukemia.
You improved your grades! Good job Steven!
This scene shows how after Jeffery having leukemia, his parents don't pay attention to Steven. He is really sad for Jeffery. Because of that, Steven starts to have bad grades. This shows that it is rising action because that was one of the issues he has in school.
No More Leukemia! Congrats!
This scene is about how Steven's band is going to perform at the All-State concert and he has a choice. He really wants to be in the band but because Jeffery is sick, he can't go. This is the climax because its Stevens dream to be performing on stage, but he can't. He chooses to be with Jeffery.
This scene shows how when Steven is getting better grades in school because Jeffery is getting better. This is the falling action because it out stands that he cares for his brother and he will do anything to help his little brother, Jeffery.
This scene shows how Jeffery has no more leukemia! Which means no more shots! This is the best moment for the family because everything is back to normal and no medical bills. It is the exposition because its the end of the book and the best ending with Jeffery.