This scene shows the main character, Steven, at school writing in his journal about how annoying his little brother, Jeffrey, is. This shows the exposition because it shows the setting which is Steven's school and the main character, which is Steven.
We have to go to the hospital right now!
This scene shows Steven finding out that Jeffrey has leukemia and is glad he is not responsible for it. This shows the conflict because it is the problem that Steven's family has and especially for Jeffrey.
This scene shows Jeffrey and his mom in the hospital finding out that Jeffrey needs to get chemotherapy. This shows the rising action because it is one of the events that leads up to the climax and is one thing that could help Jeffrey with leukemia.
This scene shows Steven's mom telling Steven that they must leave to the hospital right away because of Jeffrey. This shows the climax because it shows Steven making a hard decision about leaving with Jeffrey to the hospital or stay and play at the concert. Eventually, he went with Jeffrey and didn't feel bad about leaving the concert.
This scene shows Steven being congratulated as the best musician. This shows the falling action because it is showing the event before the resolution.
This scene shows Steven saying that Jeffrey is the best brother ever to Jeffrey. This shows the resolution because it shows how much Steven has changed since from the beginning and how much Steven really love Jeffrey.