As the usual caveat goes, we don't see you or have any idea of how you lift, but as a 'base' recommendation would go as follows:
-The Oly. lifts are wonderful and extremely rewarding to learn, yet are not the preferred way to bring up your deadlift. If you want to powerlift, read your Westside/elitefts/dave tate.
-oly. lifters see the deadlift as a way to bring up their Olympic lifts, not the other way around...and Olympic lifters don't 'deadlift, we snatch/clean 'pull'
-At your age and probable technical experience, focus on the VOLUME over INTENSITY. For example 10x3 @ 5rm is your friend.
-Fatigue is evil, especially while learning, therefore, sets never above 4 reps.
-Frequency of practice is also essential for the OL to 'train' your body/CNS to more efficiently function.
-to actually answer your question, mix up the types of Olympic lifts based on the following:
Muscle, Power, Full
Hang, Blocks, Floor
ex. Power SN from Hang, then next day Full SN from Floor.
CT's Black Book has been a religious object for me during my 'formative' OL period. buy it
In searching for a template, look for something 'Russian' or 'American,' since that will give you a 'balanced' lifting program from your probable situation.