Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431)
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Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431)
The way of life in the Khmer Empire, including, social, cultural, economic and political features (including the role of the king ). (ACDSEH011) This list can be used in conjunction with http://www.scoop.it/t/year-8-history-angkor-khmer-empire-c-802-c-1431?r=0.5773527669434967#post_4018287007
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7–10 History Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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Home | Asia Education Foundation

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Asia Education Foundation website - resources for the study of Asia and Asian life. For school leaders, teachers and students. Specific sites for China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines.
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A Cambodian temple rises in the jungle

Discover Angkor Wat, one of the world's largest religious structures and the central temple of the Khmer Empire, which ruled much of South-East Asia from 802 to 1431 CE. Completed in 1150, Angkor Wat stands in the remains of the capital of the Khmer Empire. Learn about the significance of this amazing temple and its colourful history.

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Exploring Angkor with Zhou Daguan

Exploring Angkor with Zhou Daguan | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it

In this digibook, take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the daily life of this mighty Khmer civilisation, as described by Chinese emissary Zhou Daguan.

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A Cambodian temple rises in the jungle

Discover Angkor Wat, one of the world's largest religious structures and the central temple of the Khmer Empire, which ruled much of South-East Asia from 802 to 1431 CE. Completed in 1150, Angkor Wat stands in the remains of the capital of the Khmer Empire. Learn about the significance of this amazing temple and its colourful history.

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The Khmer Empire: Angkor — Interactive — National Geographic Magazine

After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall.
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Protecting Ancient Ankgor today

Protecting Ancient Ankgor today | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
Watch this clip about Angkor, an area in Cambodia that contains a famous and ancient temple complex, to help develop...
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Angkor — Interactive — National Geographic Magazine

Angkor — Interactive — National Geographic Magazine | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall.
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Khmer Empire

Khmer Empire | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
The Khmer empire was a powerful state in South East Asia, formed by people of the same name, lasting from 802 CE to 1431 CE.
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Google Maps - The Temples of Angkor

Google Maps - The Temples of Angkor | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
Discover the world with Google Maps. Experience Street View, 3D Mapping, turn-by-turn directions, indoor maps and more across your devices.
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Angkor: UNESCO World Heritage site - FUSE - Department of Education & Training

Angkor: UNESCO World Heritage site - FUSE - Department of Education & Training | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
FUSE is a Department of Education & Training (Victoria, Australia) digital repository and sharing space. It contains websites, images, video, audio, interactives, documents and other rich media types with all resources tagged according to school audience.
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Angkor and the Khmer Empire

Explore, play and learn with ABC Splash. Over 2500 videos, games and other resources. All mapped to the Australian curriculum.
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Years 7–8 The Arts: Angkor Wat bas-relief carvings | Asia Education Foundation

Years 7–8 The Arts: Angkor Wat bas-relief carvings | Asia Education Foundation | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
This module is about bas-relief carvings at Cambodia's Angkor Wat. Students will gain insight into aspects of the Khmer Civilisation and will design, production and utilisation of a layered cardboard print block.
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Angkor | AC History Units

Angkor | AC History Units | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it

The Year 8 program: the Asia-Pacific world – Angkor (PDF, 105 KB) outlines a series of 21 lessons. The learning sequence in this unit selects lessons 8-12 from this program and suggests how they might be approached. A rich collection of source material is provided, as well as instructions for teachers seeking guidance in working with historical sources.

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Mysteries of Angkor

Mysteries of Angkor | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
Did you know that around 800 years ago the world's biggest city was in Cambodia? From the 10th century, Angkor was the...
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Angkor — National Geographic Magazine

Angkor — National Geographic Magazine | Year 8 History - Angkor: Khmer Empire (c.802 – c.1431) | Scoop.it
After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall.
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