This cell is the exposition of the story. Here, we get introduced by our main character, Steven who describes himself as nerdy. Steven also introduces us to Jeffery, his brother, who he describes as annoying. This cell is the exposition because it is the beginning of the story and it introduces the characters to us.
This cell here is the conflict. We get told that Jeffery has cancer after the visit to the Philadelphia Children's Hospital. This is when Steven starts struggling to accept this. This cell is the conflict because it shows that Jeffrey has cancer which is the main problem in the story.
Over here, is one of the rising action scenes. We can see that Steven decides not to let Renee, into his house because she has a cold. Steven knows that this is a threat to his brother, even though a cold doesn't seem like much. This cell is the Rising Action because it depicts one of the scenes leading up to the Climax.
This scene is the climax. Here, Steven and his father and Jeffrey all got to the Philadelphia Children's Hospital. Steven is finally hit with reality when seeing the other children that have cancer and after talking to Samantha for a bit. This cell is the climax because it shows when Steven finally accepts and changes as a person.
This cell shows the falling action. Here, Steven and members of his band all play in Jeffery's helping concert. Steven feels so happy and thankful for everyone who has been with him through his rough times. This scene is the falling action because it follows up after the events in the hospital.
Finally, this cell shows the resolution. Over here, we can see that Steven gets really upset over Samantha's death and how her impact has really changed him. Steven really now realizes that he needs to be with Jeffery all the time in honor of Samantha. This cell is the Resolution because it is the very end of the story when everything comes to an end.