The exposition is when Roger steals Mrs. Jones' purse. This leads us to the conflict and what type of characters are involved in the story.
The Rising action is when Mrs. Jones is starting to teach Roger a moral lesson. Then conflict is Roger not making the right decisions, so this is the first problem he faces.
The conflict of the story is Roger not making the right decisions. Roger decided to try to steal Mrs. Jones' purse to buy himself a pair of blue suede shoes.
The climax is when Roger sits the furthest away from the door to try to make Mrs. Jones trust him. This shows that Roger understood the moral lesson and shows it by trying to get Mrs. Jones' trust.
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The falling action is when Mrs. Jones gives Roger money. This shows that she does trust Roger, and that Roger is now rewarded with understanding the moral lesson.
The resolution is when Mrs. Jones let Roger leave and that Roger never sees her again. This is the ending of the story and we know that Roger has truly learned his lesson which is the conflict of the story.