Thank you for being concerned about plagiarism and attribution. We at CK-12 take this extremely seriously. None of the content on CK-12 in this book describing the Glyfada Method is plagiarized. While there are multiple methods for writing, this particular one was developed by the author (Linda Mitchell, Ph.D.) while teaching for City Colleges of Chicago on a military base in Glyfada, Greece. She isn't claiming to have invented invention methods for writing, but she did create this particular invention strategy and filed it as her masters thesis at UNLV in 1987. She holds copyright on the Glyfada Method and has graciously shared this with all users of CK-12.
Process Writing is well documented in the literature of English Language Teaching and to see this published as something INVENTED by the author of this is as close to plagiarism as any content thief's writing I have seen. The naming of it is also pretty ludicrous - I suppose the Vouliagmeni method is the next episode? And if the author goes to the UK and finds another idea to plagiarise, then we might also see "THE BRIGHTON METHOD" It's truly sad that 92% of the readers approved - goes to show how UNinformed they really are. Shame.
This was very helpful to me I could always get ideas but I could never really start a story.
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