In the beginning of the story, they describe Jonas and his family and friends, they also describe the community where everyone is the same and all of the rules that they have. The exposition is where the author explains the background information about everything in the story.
Jonas starts to question his society and how it is ruled. He learns a lot of bad things about the community that no one knows. the conflict is the challenge that the character faces
When Jonas is given the job of the receiver of the memories, he learns about new memories and figures out a lot of things like color and music. The rising action is the point leading up to the climax. It is right after the exposition.
The climax is when Jonas figures out what his dad really does to everyone when they are released "Elsewhere." He finds out that they are really injecting the people with something that ends up killing them . The climax is the point which the suspense and problem is at the highest point.
okay twins, I'm going to pick the smallest one and they are going to go to elsewhere (die)
The falling action in the "Giver," is when Jonas decides to leave the community and he gives them all the memories back so they won't end up making bad decisions. the falling action is the point after the climax and right before the resolution. it is when the main problem is starting to get solved
While escaping from the community, Gabe and Jonas experiences pain and hunger. These problems make them find love for each other and they sled down a hill and see some lights in the window that could lead to a new community. the resolution is the ending of the story and where the problem is solved