Exposition: Margie and Tommy, in Margie's house, are looking at a old book that Tommy found in his grandfathers attic. Conflict: Margie is wishing she went to school back then with other classmates, and an actual human teacher. She is sick of learning by herself and on a computer.
Rising Action (1): Tommy finds his grandfathers book in the attic Rising Action(2): Both Margie and Tommy are looking through the "yellow and crinkly" pages. Rising Action (3): They learn about the schools centuries before them
Climax: Margie is learning about the schools before them, and admits that she wishes she could've been a part of it because the schools had a human teacher and classmates.
Falling Action (1): Mrs. Jones call down Margie and Tommy to start there school. Falling Action (2): Margie can't stop thinking about the past education while turning on the computer and giving it her homework.
Resolution: She once again is thinking about how cool and fun it would be to have a human teacher along with, Margie ponders,"kids who learn the same things, and so they could help one another with the homework and talk about it."