I will make it easy for you, here are 14 points with little or no reference from either Quran or hadith, you fill in the blanks with due reference from the Quran.
Please note that I do not want any verse out of context, like "whatever the messenger gives you take it"
Number one is easy, good luck with the rest.
1. To perform completely the ablution, adopting the method commanded by Allah in the Qur'an:
"O you who believe, when you prepare for prayer, wash your faces and your hands (and arms) to the elbows, rub your heads (with water) and (wash) your feet to the ankles."
The Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be on him, said, "Prayer without ablution is invalid."
2. To turn one's face and whole body towards the Ka'bah, the Holy House at Makkah, intending by heart to perform the prayer which he wants to fulfill, whether it is an obligatory prayer or a supererogatory prayer, the worshipper in all cases, should not pronounce his intention openly, because neither the Prophet nor his companions used to utter the intention for prayer. Thus, pronouncing the intention for prayer in audible voice is a heresy and an illicit action. Whether the individual be an Imam or performs his prayer individually, he should make a sutra i.e. a curtain for his prayer. Directing the face towards the qiblah (the Ka'bah at Makkah) is an imperative condition for every prayer. However, there are few exceptions for this rule explained in authoritative books for whom who wish to refer.
3. To pronounce takbirat al-ihram that is to say Allahu Akbar celebrating by that the greatness of Allah and looking meanwhile, downwards to the place where he will prostrate.
4. To raise one's hands up to the level of the shoulders or near to the lobes of his ears, while pronouncing takbirat al-ihram.
5. To put one's right hand over his left hand and left wrist, and put them both over his chest, as the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, used to do.
6. It is advisable that the worshipper recite this opening supplication saying:
"Allahumma ba'id bayni wa bayena khatayaya kama boadta bayena al-mashriki wa'l-maghribi, allahumma naqqiniy min khatayaya kama yonaqa ath-thawbo alabyndo min ad-dans. Allahumma igysilniy min khatayaya bilmai wathalgi walbarad."
This supplication means, "O Allah, separate me from my sins as You have separated the east and west. O Allah, cleanse me of my sins as the white rope is cleansed from dirt. O Allah, wash off my sins with water, snow and hail."
Or, may say instead, "Subhanaka allahumma wa bihamdika watabaraka ismoka wata'la jaddoka wala ilaha ghayroka"
Meaning, "Praise and glory be to Allah. Blessed be Your Name, exalted be Your Majesty and Glory. There is no god but You."
Or he may say any other supplications which the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be on him, used to say in his prayers.
It is better to recite these supplications alternately, the first one in the morning prayer fajr, the second in the noon prayer dhuhr, each one by turn, in conformity with what the Prophet used to do.
After reciting the opening supplication, the worshipper says, "Audhuzo billahi min ash-shaytan ar-ragim." Which means, "I seek protection of Allah against the accursed Satan."
Then says, "Bismillahi rahmani raheem." Which means, "In the name of Allah, the All Merciful, the All Compassionate." And recites the Fatihah (The opening surah of the Glorious Qur'an). Prophet Muhammad, may peace and blessings be upon him, said, "Prayer without reciting the Fatihah is invalid." The worshipper should say Amin after reciting the Fatihah loudly if the prayer is said loudly, and whisper it in inaudible prayers.
To be in conformity with the traditions of the Prophet, the worshipper is advised to recite verses from medium size chapters of the Qur'an in the Dhuhr (noon), 'Asr (late afternoon), and Isha'(night) prayers. As for the Fajr (morning) prayer, the worshipper is advised to recite a passage from the long chapters of the Qur'an. He has the choice in Maghrib prayer (evening prayer) either to recite passages from the long or short chapters of the Qur'an.
7. Then, the worshipper bows in ruku' raising his hands up to the level of his shoulders or ears while saying Allahu Akbar (Allah is Great) then bends down, making his head and back on one level and putting his hands with the fingers spread on his knees. The worshipper should feel serenity and tranquillity while bowing, he should say thrice at least, "Subhana rabbi al-a'dhim."Which means, "Glory be to my Lord, the Almighty."
It is advisable to say while bowing in addition to that, "Subhanak allahumma rabbana wa bihamdika, allahumma ighfirli." Which meansm "Glory be to Thee, O Allah, and I praise Thee, forgive me my sins."
8. To raise one's head up from bowing, raising one's hands to the level of his shoulders or ears, saying, in case of being Imam or praying alone, "Sami' allahuliman hamidah." Which means, "Allah listens to him who praises Him." While resuming the standing position, he should say, "Rabbana walaka al-hamdu hamdan kathira'n tayyiban mubarakan fihi mil'a samawati wa mila al-ardhi wa mil'a ma baynahuma wa mil'a ma shita min shiyin ba'ad." This supplication means, "Our Lord, praise be for You Alone, praises plentiful and blessed as to fill the heavens, the earth, what in between, and fill that which will please You besides them."
But if the worshipper is a follower, and led in his prayer by the Imam he should say when rising up, "Rabbana wa lak al-hamd ...", etc. It is advisable for the Imam, the follower, or who prays alone to add also, "You Allah who deserve all praises and all glory, your praising is the best and most true of whatever Your servant can say, we all are Your servants, Our Lord, no one can ever deprive aught of what You have bestowed and no one can ever give aught of what You have deprived."
The worshipper is advised to put his hands on his chest, as he had done before he bowed. Both Wa'il ibn Hajjar and Sahl ibn Sai'd reported that this was the manner of the Prophet when he used to raise his head up after bowing.
9. To prostrate saying Allahu Akbar
He should touch the ground with his knees before touching it with his hands, if that is possible to him. If not, he is permitted to touch the ground by his hand before his knees. His fingers and toes should be directed towards the qiblah Makkah, and his hands should be stretched, and the fingers close together and not separated. In prostration, the worshipper should use these seven organs; the forehead, the nose, both hands, both knees and the internal parts of the toes. These seven organs should touch the ground.
Then the worshipper should say thrice or more, "Subhana rabbi al-A'la." Which means, "Glorified is my Lord, the Exalted." It is advisable to say, "Subhanaka allahuma rabbana wa bi hamdika, allahuma ighfir li." This means, "Glory be to You, Our Lord, and I praise You. Our Lord, forgive me my sins." It is recommendable for the worshipper to exceed more and more in supplications and ask for more from his Lord, because the Prophet, may peace and blessings of Allah be on him, said, "As for bowing (ruku') you should glorify your Lord during performing it, as for prostration, you should do your best to supplicate and ask for more from Him, because your supplications during prostration are more worthy to be accepted." The worshipper should ask his Lord for prosperity both in this worldly life and in the Hereafter.
Whether it is an obligatory prayer or an optional prayer, the worshipper, while prostrating, should neither bring his hands close to his sides, nor stick his abdomen to his thighs, or his thighs to his legs. The worshipper's arms should be raised up from the ground because the Prophet, may peace and blessings of Allah be on him, prohibited putting the arms and stretching them on the ground, ordering that "adjust your prostration, keep straight in it, and stretch not your hands on the ground as dogs do."
10. He should raise his head from prostration saying, Allahu Akbar, and lays his left foot flat on the ground and sits upon it, keeping his right foot erected, his hands on his thighs and knees, and says, "O my Lord, forgive me, have mercy on me, guide me, provide me with your blessings and console me." The worshipper should feel tranquility during this pause.
11. To prostrate again saying Allahu Akbar and repeating during his prostration what he did and said in the first prostration.
12. Then the worshipper raises his head saying Allahu Akbar taking a pause similar to the pause between the two prostration; this is called "the pause for rest." It is recommended for the worshipper to do such a pause, but there is no sin if he desists from it.
Then the worshipper rises up and stands supporting on his knees, or on the ground if he cannot support himself on the knees, reads the Fatihah (the opening surah of the glorious Qur'an) and some other verses of the Qur'an and do as just as he did in the first ra'kah (unit of prayer). Those who pray behind the Imam should not compete with him in the prayer actions as the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said, "The Imam is to be followed, if he says Allahu Akbar then say the same after him. If he bows in ruku' bow after him. If he says 'Samiallahu liman hamidah', then say, 'Rabbana wa lak al-hamd'; and if he prostrates, then prostrate after him." [Bukhari, Volume 1, p 37]
13. If the prayer consists of two ra'kat (two units of prayer) as the morning prayer Fajr, feast prayer 'Eid, or the Friday prayer jumu'ah, the worshipper sits after the second prostration, with his right foot erect, sitting on his left foot laid down, putting his right hand on his right thigh, all his fingers close fisted save the index finger which he uses to point out as a sign for his monotheistic belief, and his left hand is put on his left thigh. There is nothing in the way, if the worshipper keeps both the little and ring fingers closed, while rounding his thumb and middle finger in a ring shape and uses his index finger to point out as a sign for his monotheistic belief. It has been related that the Prophet, may peace and blessings of Allah be on him, had practiced both of these ways, thus, it is advisable for the worshipper to perform the first way once and the other on the second time.
The worshipper reads the tashahud while sitting and says, "At-tahiyatu lilahi was-salawatu wat-tayibatu, as-salamu alayka ayuhan nabiyu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. As-salamu alayna wa ala ibad illah is-salalihin. Ash-shadu ala ilaha ila lahu wa ash-ashadu anna Muhammadan abduhu wa rasulahu. Allahuma sali ala Muhammad wa ala ali Muhammad, kama salayata ala Ibrahima wa ali Ibrahim. Inaka hamidun majid. Wa barik ala Muhammad wa ala ali Muhammad kama barakta ala Ibrahima wa ali Ibrahima. Inaka hamidun majid."
This means, "Greetings, prayers and the good things of life belong to Allah. Peace, mercy and blessing of Allah be on you, O Prophet. May peace be upon us and on the devout slaves of Allah. I testify that there is no god but Allah and I testify that Muhammad is His slave and messenger. O Allah, bless Muhammad and his family as You blessed Ibrahim and his family. You are the Most Praised, The Most Glorious. O Allah, bestow Your grace on Muhammad and his family as You bestowed it on lbrahim and his family. You are the Most Praised, The Most Glorious."
After reciting the tashahud, the worshipper asks Allah's protection from four evils, he should say, "My Lord, I ask your protection from torment of the Hell, torment of the grave the trials in life time and after death, and from the impostor Antichrist." The worshipper may ask Allah for prosperity in this worldly life and in the Hereafter, supplicate Allah to bestow His favors on his parents and other Muslims. He could do this in both obligatory and optional prayers. It has been reported by Ibn Masud that the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be on him, taught him how to recite the tashahud and told him that the worshipper should invoke Allah and ask Him for the more beloved wishes which he likes, or, as it has been related in other wordings, the worshipper should ask Allah for whatever he wishes. In this manner, the servant can ask Allah for all the prosperity of this worldly life and the life to come.
The worshipper terminates his prayer by turning his face to the right saying, "As-salamu alaykum wa rahmatuallah," and to the left saying this salutation which means, "Peace and mercy of Allah be on you."
14. In case of a three ra'kat prayer (prayer consisting of three units) as that of Maghrib prayer, (evening prayer), or a four ra'kat prayer like that of noon prayer (dhuhr), 'asr prayer (late afternoon prayer) or, Isha' prayer (night prayer), the worshipper stands up after reciting the tashahud according to the manner stated before, and raises his hands up to the level of his shoulders saying Allahu Akbar.
The worshipper puts his hands over his chest as it had been explained before, and recites only the Fatihah. There is no objection if he adds to the Fatihah some other verses of the Qur'anwhile performing the third or fourth ra'kah (unit of prayer) of noon prayer, because this was stated to be one of the manners adopted by the Prophet, may peace and blessings of Allah be on him, according to the tradition reported by Abu Sa'id.
After the third ra'kah of Maghrib prayer (evening prayer), and the fourth ra'kah of Dhuhr (noon), 'Asr (afternoon) and Isha' (night) prayers, the worshipper recites the tashahud and terminates his prayers by saying, "As-salamu alaykum wa rahmatuallah," while turning first to the right, and second to the left as it has been explained before.
It is not an obligatory duty, but it is a recommendable prophetic tradition to invoke Allah after terminating the prayer by asking Him forgiveness thrice and saying before turning one's face towards his followers if he is the Imam, "O Allah, You are peace and from You is peace, You are blessed, O possessor of Glory and Honour." It is advisable for the worshipper to say, "There is no god but Allah. He is the One. He has no partner. His is the dominion and to Him alone is the praise. He has power over all things. O Lord, none may withhold what You have given and none may give what You have withheld and the riches cannot avail a wealthy person with You. There is no might or power except by the support of Allah, there is no god but Allah and we do not worship but Him alone. To Him alone belong all bounties, to Him alone belong all grace, and to Him worthy praise is accorded. There is no god but Allah, to Whom we are sincere in devotion, even though the unbelievers may detest it."
It is also advisable to the worshipper to extol Allah 33 times by saying (Subhanallah). Praise Him by saying (Alhamdulillah) 33 times also by saying Allahu Akbar and the worshipper completes his supplications to be one hundred by saying once, "There is no god but Allah. He is the One. He has no partner. His is the dominion and to Him alone is the praise. He has power over all things." The worshipper adds to that the recitation of the verse of the Throne (Ayat Al-Kursi), Surah Al-Ikhlas, Surah Al-Falaq, and Surah An-Nas. It is recommendable to recite these chpaters thrice after the Fajr prayer, and the Maghrib prayer because this was reported to be one of the traditions of the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be on him. As it had been stated before, all these after prayer supplications are optional and not obligatory.
Every Muslim, whether be male or female, is recommended to pray 12 ra'kat of supererogatory prayers every day: four of these ra'kat (units of prayers) are before noon prayer, two after it, two after Maghrib prayer, two after Isha' prayer and two before the morning prayer. These supererogatory prayers are called rawatib which means, "Certain supererogatory exercises of optional prayers." The Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be on him, preserved the performance of these optional prayers wherever he settled.
During his travels, he used to practice the two optional ra'kat before the morning prayer and also the witr prayer (after the Isha' prayer). There is no objection to perform these optional prayers in the mosque, but it is better to perform it at home, because the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be on him, said, "The best of the prayers are those which are fulfilled at one's own home, with exception to obligatory prayers which should be performed in congregation at the mosque." Observance of fulfilling these optional prayers is a means for gaining admission to paradise.
The Prophet, may peace and blessings of Allah be on him, said, "Whoever prays optionally twelve ra'kat every one day and night, Allah will reward him by an established dwelling in the paradise." It is also advisable to the Muslim to pray four optional ra'kat before 'Asr prayer, two before Maghrib prayer, and two before Isha' prayer, because this manner was reported to be one of the traditions of the Prophet.