chalk talk

\ ˈchȯk-ˌtȯk How to pronounce chalk talk (audio) \

Definition of chalk talk

: a talk or lecture illustrated at a blackboard

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The annual Football Mom's Spring Clinic/Practice featured two hours of involvement for the 15 participants that began with a 30-minute 'chalk talk' and video session. Mike May,, "Moms spend anything but a quiet evening — on the football field," 17 June 2018 When Heimir—pronounced HEY-mir; everyone’s on a first-name basis in Iceland—began his pregame chalk talks in 2012, a time when Iceland was ranked No. Grant Wahl,, "The Little Nation That Can: Iceland's Underdogs Take on the World Cup Stage," 1 June 2018 On the Friday before the team’s game in Week 5, Ross met with the team’s fan club, the Charger Backers, for a weekly 10-minute chalk talk. Dan Woike,, "Ross relives '92 Chargers turnaround from 0-4 to playoffs," 6 Oct. 2017

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1878, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of chalk talk was in 1878

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