The exposition is when the characters and plot are introduced into the story. In the tell-tale heart the exposition is when the characters are introduced and it is said that the narrator hates the old man. The narrator hates the old man because his eye is "evil" and he wants to kill him because of it.
The rising action is where the plot is building toward the point of greatest intrest. In the tell-tale heart the rising action is where the narrator is watching the old man. The narrator is watching the old man because he is about to kill him and he keeps looking at his eye.
The climax is the turning point. In the tell-tale heart the climax is when the narrator finally decides to kill the old man. The narrator jumps out and kills the old man he then drags him to the floor and strangles him until he has no heart beat.
The falling action is where the conflict unravels. The falling action in the tell-tale heart is when the police show up to the narrators house and speak to him. The narrator is confident and thinks he can hide the crimes that he has committed thus far in the story.
The resolution is where the conflict is resolved or figured out. The resolution in the tell-tale heart is when the narrator thinks the police are on to him then breaks down and reveals that he killed the old man because he is crazy.