I will offer you some pointers but shooting panoramas of quality require more skill than you will know within a couple of weeks. Still, you should be able to get some reasonable results.
Things you need to do:
- Find your No Parallax Point (NPP)
- Set camera to (M) manual mode
- Set aperture to f/8.0
- Set ISO to 100
- Set White Balance to match the scene (Daylight, Shady, Fluro etc)
- Meter the scene and find the "average" light and set your shutter speed based on the internal light meter. The center position is correct and looks a little like this in your view finder of LCD display. -2ev|--|--|+2ev
- Set lens to (MF) manual focus
- Find your Hyperfocal distance and set the focus to optimize this. If this is beyond you start with somewhere just short of the infinity marking on the lens.
- Level your panohead at the number one 0 degree position.
- Shoot position 1 and then rotate to position 2, 3 , 4 and if you are shooting a zenith shot and stitching with Panoweaver your should rotate +90 degrees whilst in position 4 and shoot. (and Nadir -90 if required).
Never use any "Auto" modes.
Shoot RAW format. If you don't have a RAW workflow and understanding still shoot RAW but also enable +jpg fine that way you will get the RAW image and a fine .jpg image.
Follow these instructions and you should be good to go. If all else fails at least you will have a set of RAW files I can look at and maybe correct to save the project.
Good luck and remember I offer "One on One" live paid professional tuition on all aspects of panorama making from buying, shooting, stitching, correcting and display.