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Program Activities in 2006

LANGUAGE CLASS



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   CULTURAL CLASS

1. Field Trip To Siem Reap July 8th-16th

Day

Morning Activities

Afternoon Activities

Saturday

 

Arrive in Siem Reap

Sunday

Free Morning (Options: visit Old Market,
Center for Khmer Studies, explore town, etc.)

3:00-4:00pm What is Angkor? Presentation

4:30-6:00pm
Optional Activity: Explore Angkor (without guide)

6:30-8:30pm GROUP DINNER and Traditional Dance Performance (Angkor Modial Restaurant)

 

     

Monday

6:30-11:00am: Excursion
- Prasat Lo Lei
- Baray Indratataka
- Prasat Preah Koh
- Prasat Prei Monti

11:30am-1:00pm: Lunch Break
- in Siem Reap

1:00-2:45pm: CLASS

3:00-5:30pm: Excursion
- West Baray and Mebon

     

Tuesday

6:30-7:30am: CLASS

7:45am-Midday: Excursion
-
Kbal Spean

Midday: Group Lunch
- Khmer Restaurant at Banteay Srei

Until 5:00pm: Excursion
- Prasat Banteay Srei
- Prasat Kravan
- Baray Pre Rup

 

     

Wednesday

6:30-11:00: Tonle Sap Excursion
- Phnom Krom
- Floating Village
- Boat Trip

11:30am-1:30pm Lunch Break
- in Siem Reap

1:30-3:30pm: CLASS

4:00pm-  Optional Visits: Snake Farm, Cultural Village or temples

7:00pm: Group Dinner

     

Thursday

6:30-Midday: Excursion
- East Mebon
- Prasat Ta Som
- Prasat Neak Poan
- Prasat Preah Khan

Midday: Group Lunch
- in Siem Reap

1:00-2:30pm CLASS

3:00-6:30pm: Excursion
- Prasat Baphourn
- Elephant Terrace, Royal Plaza
- Terrace of the Leper King
- Prasat Sour Proat
- Prasat Phimeanakas

     

Friday

6:30-Midday: Excursion
- Prasat Ta Prohm
- Prasat Ta Keo
- Prasat Bayon

Midday: Lunch
- in Siem Reap

1:00-2:00pm CLASS

2:30-6:30pm: Excursion
 - Angkor Wat
 - Phnom Bakheng (for sunset)

   

Saturday

5:00am-9:00am Optional Visit: to temples for sunrise

10:00am: Leave to Phnom Penh

   

Sunday

Free Day

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PARTICIPANT

No

Name

Category/Area Study

School/Employer

1

BROOKS, Hayden

Political Science/SEA/Cambodia
Social Studies/Education
George Mason U.

 

2

BURGESS, Sareth D.

English Lit/SEA History/Cambodia
Education
Middle School of Painville

 

3

Paul V. Lucas

Asian Studies/Cambodia
Social Studies
UH

 

4

Neil Cline

Asian Studies/Cambodia
Social Studies/Education
UH

 

5

Vathany Say

Anthropology/SEA/Cambodia Social Studies George Washington U.

  

6

KEO, Siti Galang

History/SEA/Cambodia/Cham
Social Study/Education
U. of California, Berkeley

 

7

Chan Samneng

Ethnic Studies/Cambodia Education/Social Studies UC Berkeley

 

8

Tim Schellenberg

SEA/Electrical Engineering/Cambodia
Social Studies/Education
California State U. Fresno

 

9

UEKI, Kaori

   

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INSTRUCTORS/STAFFS

No Participant Name Category/Area Study Title School/Employer
1 Chhany Sak-Humphry
sak@hawaii.edu
Linguistics/Foreign
Language
Teaching/Education/
Technology
Project Director University of Hawaii
         
2 Lukas Wettstein
wettstei@hawaii.edu

Asian Studies/SEA/
Cambodia Education

Assistant Proj. Director

University of Hawaii

         
3 Kep Sokunthearath
Sokunthearath@yahoo.com

Edcation/Foreign
Language Teaching

ASK- Professor

Professor of Khmer
Lang. Institute of
Foreign Languages
Royal, University of
Phnom Penh

         
4 Soeung Phos

Edcation/Foreign
Language Teaching

 

Khmer Lang.
Coordinator
Professor of Khmer
Literature, Institute of
Foreign Languages,
Royal University of
Phnom Penh

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INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PAPER

TESTIMONY

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