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The traditional translation teaching is teacher-centered and lacks the interaction between teachers and students. Constructivism emphasizes that learners' learning occurs in the interaction with others. Therefore, how to apply modern network technologies into the interactive activities in after-class translation practice is worth exploring. This paper firstly reflects on the problems existing in the traditional translation teaching and then discusses the main module functions and interactive features of QQ group and lastly proposes a new interactive teaching mode of after-class translation based on QQ.