I do believe that we unanimously agree with Benjamin Franklin when he said:  Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn so, this is flipped learning philosophy: Involving the students in the learning process to help them not only become successful exam takers, whose parents feel proud to speak about their academic achievements but even influential leaders that the humanity will be proud of their accomplishments. In other words, in terms of learning languages, when we flip, we explicitly complement the main goals of the communicative approach philosophy that some teachers support but unfortunately strive to implement in their classes. As long as the methodology is traditional, the outcome will remain so. In other words, instead of promoting students who communicate effectively, we introduce students who master nothing but speaking.