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WOMAN: Ready. TOMMY: Go. WOMAN: Set. TOMMY: Go. WOMAN: Go. MIKE MIKLOS: Fluency training is a critical component of academic performance. Almost all skills that we use in day-to-day life have to be
emitted fluently for them to be functional. BOY: Chair, fork, book . . . AMIRIS DIPUGLIA: When building fluency, instructors collect data on the baseline. Once that baseline is set, then we set goals,
targets, and we gradually increase the requirements. WOMAN: Ready. Set. Go. BOY: Nine, 16, 10, 7, 12 . . . AMIRIS DIPUGLIA: The goal is to get these students to be able to respond accurately and
quickly just like their typical peers do. WOMAN: This, this . . . MIKE MIKLOS: For behavior to be useful in interactions with other people, it must be fluent. We need them to be able to speak with
accuracy and at an adequate rate so that they are engaging the listener. WOMAN: Awesome, Dennis. Good job, buddy. MIKE MIKLOS: For more information, visit the PaTTAN website.