This is another classroom aid in my "Word Wise" series. It's a simple reminder of the difference between "who's" and "whose" and helps anchor the key idea with a cartoon from my grammar collection. The approach to making the distinction memorable: Emphasize one word (whose) versus two (who's = who is), the possessive pronoun versus the contraction. These distinctions are clearly illustrated with examples.
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OTHER FREE "WORD WISE" POSTERS
— Capitalization - Common vs. Proper Nouns
— It's vs. Its
— Two, too, and to
— They're, There, and Their
— Who's vs. Whose
— Lie vs. Lay