Some students with autism have difficulty with certain types of questioning due to difficulty with word retrieval, auditory processing, or question comprehension. This visual can cue students to self-advocate by asking teachers for a different type of question during class. This is a great tool for students with autism who are included in classes with teachers who may be unfamiliar with strategies for working with students with autism. Students may ask for a multiple choice, yes/no, or fill-in-the-blank question.
I laminate the visual (there are two on each page) and tape it on the back of a dry erase board. Students can carry it around, ask for a different type of question in class either verbally or by pointing, and then have educators write the question on the dry erase board. Students will have to be explicitly taught how to use the visual.
I made this using Boardmaker.