It's Steven here once again. Ugh, why do we even need to write in our journals on the topic? Why can't I write about my annoying and obnoxious little brother, Jeffrey? I would be able to write so much more about him.
TOPIC: If you could describe our school in one word, what would it be?
The problem here is...
Jeffrey has leukemia.
You've got lots of missing work. Is everything alright?
Uh... ya. EVERYTHING is fine...
In this scene, Steven, the main character, is at school where he is writing about his annoying brother, Jeffrey. This scene shows the exposition because it talks about the main characters and shows the main setting.
Jeffrey only has an ear infection.
In this scene, Steven and his dad figure out that Jeffrey has leukemia from Steven's mom. This scene shows the conflict because is tells the problem that will be solved throughout the story.
In this scene, Steven got behind all the work so the counselor, Mrs. Galey, called him into the office and talked to him about his problem. This is the rising action because after the conflict happened, Steven started getting angry and worrying too much.
I love you bro!
In this scene, Steven left his concert to go to the hospital with Jeffrey. He remembered the words that his friend, Samantha, told him, to never leave his brother's side. This is the climax because Steven put his brother's needs in front of his own, something he didn't do at the beginning of the story.
In this scene, Steven figured out that his friend, Samantha, died without her sister at her side. He gets mad at Samantha's sister and tells himself he's not going to leave Jeffrey's side. This is the falling action because it's happening between the climax and the ending.
In this scene, Steven tells Jeffrey how much he loves him and won't leave his side. This is the resolution because Steven notices its better having a brother than none at all.