How to make a proposal
You should start by determining what parts of a sentence are words. First identify the subject and predicate — grammar basis. So you will have quite a bit of "stove" from which to "dance". Then across the sentence other words, given the fact that they are divided into subject group and the predicate group. The first group includes the definition, the second Supplement and circumstance. Note that some words are not sentences (e.g., conjunctions, interjections, introductory and plug-in designs), and sometimes several words together make up one part of the sentence (participial constructions).
So, you already have some basic outlines of the proposal. If you remove the words and leave only the lines that are underlined in the sentence, then it is possible to consider the scheme. However, suppose in your case is more complicated. You have, for example, the proposal complicated, that is, for example, it is the participial turnover. Such turnover is completely highlighted as a circumstance, and the scheme is separated from the rest of the lines vertical lines. |_._._._._|,
If you have a complicated offer, the scheme will need to reflect all of the predicate that you will find in this community. The predicate part can be allocated by searching the sentence all the grammatical bases: a grammatical basis of one predicate part. That is, if we have a compound sentence (that is, parts of it equally from one another and not independent), then both parts, we will provide square brackets, and between them place a punctuation mark and a Union which connects them:  and .
If you have a complex sentence, then you have to show all the relationships between the parts, as in this sentence, one part is subordinate to the other. The one subject is the main one who's subordinate — subordinate. The main is indicated by square brackets, adventitious — round:  (which. ). Such a scheme would be appropriate for a sentence, for example: "We saw the house that Jack built", and the proposal will compound with the attributive clause.
In preparing the plan, consider the requirements of your teacher as these requirements may vary. Also do not forget that a schema is like a prelude to the analysis of proposals, so the more you write in the scheme, the more you will be able to understand and then to speak. But do not overload the scheme: for example, often to no show the layout of a large complex sentence all the sentences that are there. You can mark only grammatical Foundation.