The basic idea behind flipped instruction is to use technology so that lecture time is moved outside of the classroom, leaving more time for teacher-student interactions in the classroom.
If you are considering flipping your language classroom, here are a few resources you may find useful.
First, Flipping my Spanish Classroom is a Colorado high school Spanish teacher’s blog about her experience flipping her classroom. The blog main page is available at http://spanishflippedclass.blogspot.fr ; go to http://spanishflippedclass.blogspot.fr/p/flipped-class-helpful-documents.html for helpful documents.
In the last weeks FLTEACH listserv users have been discussing flipped instruction. See what they’re writing about it, both positive and negative, at the FLTEACH archives: http://listserv.buffalo.edu/cgi-bin/wa?S2=FLTEACH&q=&s=flipped&f=&a=&b=