The butterfly and the cicada suck liquids through specially modified maxillae. The long, lapping tongues of the bee and the housefly are formed from the labia. In most beetles and grasshoppers the mandibles are highly developed for chewing.
This could be a fine handout or poster for reminding all students, but especially ELLs still struggling with English grammar, of the most common writing errors and how to first spot and then correct them.
Writing is a significant part of the English classroom, but more so, narrative, informational, and persuasive/argument writing is imperative in the Common Core Standards. Students are expected to be able to inform, entertain, argue and persuade others before they enter college. (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post114158377&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)