Self-assessment Student nameProfessor nameInstitutionCourseDate IntroductionThe purpose of my speech is to describe the validity and importance of the social justice warriors group of individuals bringing out the key milestones required for one to be regarded as a real warrior that fought against social injustices in the society which in turn let to increased social justice. My speech explains how these group of individuals have been perceived wrongly despite their efforts to bring into existence cases like civil rights, feminism and anti-racial discrimination. In my speech I unleashed some of the ways in which you can identify these warriors in the and appreciate their actions and support towards fighting social injustices in the society. With the rampant increase in cases of social injustices as well as the lost reputation over this group of people whom some took the advantage to start seeking for self-enrichment like through politics and thus lead to the controversies on how to determine the real warrior of social justice.BodyTo open up my speech I brought in the statistics of the world victims of social justice and an indication of how individuals have risen to fight against social injustices through advocating for feminism, civil rights in the society, demolition of human discrimination based on race and country of origin. These actions have activated the need for such individuals to be termed as the heroes in the support of social justice but since them they have faced strong opposition from the divergent opinions from the public that support the need to have social justice believers and not heroes (Soli.et.al. pg 440). My thesis statement was very clear and supported with visuals where pictures of how victims of social justice beneficiaries portrayed a healthy outlook as compared to how they appeared when injustice was ruling the land. I believe my presentation of the thesis statement was a bit fair since the main points were stated and even attached some illustrations on how these warriors are being despised in the society.Within my presentation I was able to make clear transitions in terms of visuals and the illustrations with an aim to get in touch with the audience who looked attentive based on their facial expression (Justice.et.al. pg 85). This made me confirm that most of them had gone through different cases of social injustice and were really ready to listen and integrate the ways on how join up the campaign against social injustices where one of the ways is to identify and appreciate the social justice warriors in the society. Strengths and WeaknessesMy strengths during the presentation were from the personal presentation skills where I could speak with a lot of courage and boldness in that it was difficult for most people to doubt my words. Stage management and audience involvement provided a boost to my presentation since they enabled my audience to be free and could ask questions freely. The main weakness in my presentation was lack of evidence enough to validate the allegation since the little visuals I presented using were subject to extinction and could be challenged easily. Another challenge was familiarity with the audience as most of them were new and possessed different listening skills.ConclusionIn general I believe the audience understood my points clearly despite facing some challenges in presentation. Basing on some questions raised from the audience concerning the validity of such statements like between the social justice warriors an social justice believers which is the best group, I tried my best to enable them realize the need to value the context and realm on the ground rather than acknowledging words and opinions only (Justice.et.al. pg 85). Upon these challenges I will ensure I have more videos bearing the current events that will support my facts.References Justice, Laura M., et al. “Designing effective speech-language interventions for children in the public schools: Leverage the spacing effect.”Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences3.1 (2016): 85-91.Soli, Sigfrid D., et al. “Evidence-based occupational hearing screening I: Modeling the effects of real-world noise environments on the likelihood of effective speech communication.”Ear and hearing39.3 (2018): 436-448.