Step #9- You now have enough information to create a calendar for the course, which can include due dates, in-class activities, critiques, titles of lectures, topics, etc. Make sure to fill in any holidays on which you know classes will not be held.
Step #10- Write up your syllabus in an organized fashion, including all the elements required in a syllabus, and tweak it. By now, you will have probably realized that your ambitions for the class have far outstripped the available time! Go back and try to cut out what is really unnecessary. If it doesn’t serve your learning outcomes, you don’t need to include it, no matter how cool it would be to have it as a part of the course.
Whatever choices you make, make sure that the resulting syllabus is as powerful a teaching tool as it can possibly be.