Marrakech - In many EFL classes, teachers are still adopting traditional methods in teaching. A teacher is the source of “correct and accurate” knowledge. He or she does not give many opportunities to students to express their opinions freely. For example, in the Grammar Translation method, the language is being learnt not for real life communication, but merely to read and translate foreign texts. Students are exposed to content that could enhance their receptive skills while the productive ones are not much emphasized. There is only a one-way communication between the teacher and the students, which reduces the chance for the students to interact with each other.  The students have to remain sitting during the whole session in a matrix and fixed layout. They do not move or independently choose the ways that suit their learning style. These teaching methods are not conducive to language learning, and therefore new methodologies of instruction are being created.