It was me that killed the man, I can't take the heartbeat anymore.
The rising action is the point of the story that suspense builds. This section of the storyboard is representing the rising action because when the narrator is stalking the old man it creates a suspense factor. In the text the narrator says "every night at midnight, I looked in on him as he slept."
The climax of a story is when the turning point or the main event in the story occurs. The climax of The Tell-Tale Heart is when the narrator kills the old man. This it the climax because the whole story is building up to this point. The text states that "death had come with his black shadow before him."
In this story the resolution is when the narrator turned himself into the police. The resolution means the outcome of the story so in this case the outcome is that the narrator will most likely go to jail. The narrator says "tear up the planks", when he says this he wants to show that he hid the dead body under the wooden planks.