In the exposition the narrator explains how Bora Bora looks like. Then he describes Makos Character traits such as being skillful with his fast moving hands.
In the Inciting Incident+conflict Mako learn of what Tupa has done to his island and his family from his grandfather.
In the rising action Mako takes his canoe out to the lagoon in search of bananas and oranges while thinking about killing Tupa for revenge of him troubling the island of Bora Bora.
In this story the climax is when Mako finds the shark by surprise and was anxious to get revenge and kills him.
The falling action describes how Mako kills Tupa and drags him to shore. He becomes a hero to the village because of his brave actions.
After the Falling action in the resolution Mako becomes a hero because he helped his frightened village by killing Tupa the great white shark. Now he will get 30 acres of fine coconut land and a sailing canoe from the king himself.