I'm Steven, and I have a little brother named Jeffrey. Jeffrey is very ANNOYING, and drives me insane.
Steven . . . your brother has Leukemia, cancer.
If I stop looking at Renae, then Jeffrey will be okay.
In this cell, the main character, Steven, is at school writing a journal about his annoying little brother. This shows the exposition because it introduces the main characters in the story, and shows the setting.
Yay Steven! You're going to see the hospital!
This scene shows when Steven came back from school to find out the news about his brother's cancer. This shows the conflict because it is the main problem in the story, cancer.
Maybe instead of trying to fix things you CAN'T change, try fixing things you CAN
This scene shows how Steven is bargaining to make Jeffrey's cancer go away. This represents rising action because it shows how Steven still won't accept Jeffrey's cancer.
I love you Jeffrey . .
Steven goes to the hospital with Jeffrey and realizes that the whole cancer thing is true, and sees what Jeffrey has to go through during his treatment. This shoes the climax because it is when Steven changes his opinion about Jeffrey.
Steven visits his school council, and she gives him very good advice on how to help him cope with Jeffrey's cancer. This represents the falling action because Steven is starting to change.
Steven finally accepts that Jeffrey has cancer and shows care and kindness towards his brother. This shows the resolution because Steven's problem of grief is solved and he accepted Jeffrey's cancer.