The exposition of the story is when Roger tries to steal Mrs. Jones' purse. This is the leading factor into the rising action and what starts the whole story.
The rising action of the short story is when Mrs. Jones starts to teach Roger a moral lesson of life. The lesson was that stealing is never the right thing to do, so she tries to convince him that lesson. This is the first challenge he faces throughout the story. Right now, Mrs. Jones then gives Roger food to eat.
The conflict of the story is Roger not making the right decisions. Roger then tells her why he decided to steal her purse: He wanted money to buy a new pair of blue suede shoes. He didn't have enough money.
The climax of the story is when Roger tries to make Mrs. Jones trust him, so that he can get the money for the new shoes he wants. He sees that the door is open, and he wants to run away, but he doesn't, because he wants her to trust him. This is the main turning pint of the story, because Mrs. Jones starts learning he can change, and she trusts him now.
The Falling action of the story is when Mrs. Jones gives Roger the money for the new blue suede shoes he wants to buy. This shows that Mrs. Jones truely trusts Roger now.
The resolution is when Mrs. Jones lets Roger leave her house. They never see each other again. Roger learns his lesson.