I posted an outline of the Gospel of John in Russian a few days ago. You can find the English version below and as a PDF on the page devoted to John’s Gospel.
Gospel of John Outline
Prologue: 1: 1-18 The eternal Word enters the world.
Part 1: Testimony and Signs (1:19 – 12:50)
1:19-34: John testifies Jesus is the Son of God.
1:35-51: Jesus Gains Followers.
From Cana to Cana, signs 1-3. (2:1 – 4:54)
2:1-12: 1st sign, water into wine.
2:13-22: 2nd sign, Clearing & Establishing the Temple.
2:23-3:21: Nicodemus, re-birth to eternal life.
3:22-36: John’s last testimony.
4:1-26: Messiah offers living water to Samaria.
4:27-42: Samaritan Belief & Testimony.
4:43-54: 3rd sign, healing a Nobleman’s Son.
5:1-18: 4th sign, healing and opposition
5:19-47: Jesus follows his Father, witnesses to Jesus.
6:1-21: 5th sign, Feeding multitudes. Walking on Water.
6:22-71: Jesus is the Bread of Life. Increased grumbling.
Temple/Feast Cycle (7:1-10:40)
Feast of Tabernacles: (7:1-52)
7:1-39: Jesus from above and fulfills the Feast of Tabernacles.
7:40-52: More Division and Opposition.
*8:1-11: Jesus saves an adulterous woman and discredits his opponents.
8:12-30: Jesus is the light of the world from the Father
8:30-59: Jesus stands in the truth of Abraham, his opponents stand in lies.
9:1-41: 6th sign, healing a blind man shows the blindness of the Pharisees.
10:1-21: Jesus is the good shepherd.
10:22-42: Feast of Dedication, Jesus one with Father
11:1-45: 7th sign, Jesus is the resurrection, raising Lazarus. 11:46-57: Conspiracy to kill Jesus for the good of the nation.
12:1-11: Mary Anoints Jesus for Burial.
12:12-19: Jesus Enters Jerusalem as Messiah.
12:20-50: Jesus “hour” has arrived, he will give his life for the world. Rejection by Israel explained.
Part 2: Road to Glory (13:1-20:31)
13:1-30: Footwashing, preparing & cleansing disciples.
Farewell Discourse (13:31 – 17:26)
13:31-14:7: Jesus’ Imminent Departure
14:8-31: Father/Jesus/Spirit/Followers Relationships
15:1-17: Jesus is the Vine.
15:18-16:33: The Disciples and the Spirit’s Witness.
17:1-26: Jesus prays for his followers.
Passion Narrative (18:1-19:42)
18:1-11: Betrayal and Arrest.
18:12-19:16a : Jesus and the truth on trial
19:16b-42: Jesus’ Crucifixion and Burial.
The Resurrection (20:1-29)
20:1-10: Empty tomb.
20:11-18: Risen Jesus appears to Mary.
20:19-29: Climax, Risen Jesus appears to disciples and commissions them. Thomas confesses Jesus as Lord and God.
Conclusion: 20:30-31 Believe and Have Life.
Epilogue: 21:1-25: Answering the community’s questions, exhortation towards obedience despite questions, final affirmation of the Gospel’s eyewitness account.