Forget your dumb teacher. If you worked your hardest and are proud of the outcome then that is what matters.
she has to grade it on the quality of work and if it stands up to standards, and not if she likes it or not... so dont worrie to much
Do that. Her not liking you should not affect your grade if she's any kind of a professional.
Did you provide her with a translation?
It's possible you misread her body language. Try to relax until you get her feedback. It sounds to me like you did an amazing job. I would have been impressed.
Try not to stress over it. It's one of those things you can't change now. Again, it sounds to me like you had a wonderful idea and carried through on it. I can't help but wonder if she is perhaps intimidated by the thought of having to figure out the accuracy of your Greek and then decide what would be fair in terms of grading if your Greek isn't perfect. She probably never considered the possibility of one of her students putting in that much effort. If she doesn't know Greek herself, she wouldn't be able to make a quick assessment of it and that could be why she made no comment one way or the other when you first turned it in.
Okay...you have turned it in. <br />
Now you have to let it go. <br />
Breathe in the white light of calmness; breathe out your fear like a dark smoke.<br />
Continue breathing and visualizing this until your fear passes.
Then breathe in the blacklight of calmness?
Are you a happy critter of the dark?
:) Good. You deserve happiness.
what greek king????! is it leonidas? or king philip? alexander??
If you took your time making it and put all that effort into the project, then who cares what your teacher thinks! You even wrote everything in Greek! You did well, don't worry.