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a talk or lecture in which the speaker illustrates points by drawing on a blackboard: The coach gave a chalk talk before the big game.
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Origin of chalk talk
An Americanism dating back to 1830–40
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How to use chalk talk in a sentence
Happily, it adapts itself to the requirements of a chalk talk.
In this book (and in your chalk talk work) the same thought applies.
This, then, is the reason that the chalk talk method of teaching is so lastingly impressive.
The most inexpensive paper for chalk talk work is the kind on which newspapers are printed.
Your pencil outline holds the same relation to your chalk talk that the minister's notes hold to his sermon.
British Dictionary definitions for chalk talk
US and Canadian an informal lecture with pertinent points, explanatory diagrams, etc, shown on a blackboard
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