When we’re teaching kids with autism, we often ask them lots of questions, and we teach them to respond. They get very used to answering questions, which is very helpful for their language and vocabulary development.
However, it’s also important that we teach them to ASK questions. This gives them the skills to initiate an interaction with another person (social skills) and ask about things they don’t know the words for (language development).
This guide with give you ideas and strategies for helping you teach students with autism to ask questions. It includes a teaching guide and some printable worksheets.
Keywords: autism ABA manding tacting language communication