It's: "Genesis of the Daleks", "Destiny of the Daleks", "Resurrection of the Daleks", "Revelation of the Daleks", "Remembrance of the Daleks", Dalek, Bad Wolf / Parting of the Ways, "Doomsday", "Daleks in Manhattan" / "Evolution of the Daleks", Stolen Earth / "Journey's End", City of the Daleks, "Victory of the Daleks", "The Pandorica Opens" / "The Big Bang". (I didn't include cameo appearances, like "The Five Doctors" or the TV movie, but you can fit them in the same way.)
Finally, from the point of view of the Daleks: We know that the Doctor always met Davros in order, and that means the classic stories from Genesis on have to be in broadcast order from the Daleks' point of view, and of course all of them are pre-War and all of the new series are post-War. The whole set connected by Dalek Sec clearly happened for him in the same order we saw them. The only real question is whether the lone Dalek in 2012 was before or after the Emperor—but there's no direct connection between them in either direction, and the only indirect one is via the Doctor and Rose, so we might as well put Dalek before Bad Wolf. And that means it's exactly the same as the TV order again.
Actually, the Davros thing isn't 100% true. We know that at least part of "Resurrection of the Daleks" occurs in 1984, and the rest in "the future". Meanwhile "Remembrance of the Daleks" is set in 1963, which is before 1984! I