there are approximately 673 different ways to partition--and most of them have no real advantages....
All you really NEED is "/" and "swap". The installer should give you choices of what partitions to create and where to mount them. With a big drive like that, leave some empty space, so you can odd stuff later without resizing.
One typical setup would be:
/home 20GB and up, depending on how much data you are going to be storing
swap 1.5X RAM size, but not more than ~1GB (put swap at the end of the drive so it doesn't get in the way when you are adding more partitions later)