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The Wonderful Invention of Shoes

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The Wonderful Invention of Shoes
By: Marcus Houston and Ja'Tionna Mongomery

What was the purpose of shoes?

The first shoes were invented purely as a method for protecting the human feet. The human body as a whole is delicate; the feet in particular needing good protection. Even though initially shoes were worn for protection purposes, the majority of people could not wear shoes because of their high manufacturing costs.

Who invented the shoe?

As far as the history of shoes goes, there is no exact timeline as to when exactly people started wearing them. Egyptian civilization shows some pictorial records of footwear, which dates back to around 5,000 years. And in Mesopotamia, in around 1600 to 1200 BC, people living in the mountains and hills are believed to have worn a special pair of soft shoes.


When was the shoe invented?

The first shoe was invented sometime around 1200 B.C.

How was it used when originally invented?

Used purely as a method for protecting the human feet.

How is it used today?

Shoes still protect the human feet but can also be worn for style, running, comfort, etc.




Has this product impacted society in a negative way?

In our opinion we say no because without them you couyld be extremely hurt

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Which of these areas of technology best classifies the artifact?

A.) Information and Communication
B.) Bio-related and Agricultural
C.) Medical (our artifact would fall under hear)
D.) Environmental
E.) Production, which includes manufacturing and construction
F.) Transportation
G.) Energy and Power
H.) Nanotechnology

Has this product impacted society in positive way?

Yes, because without shoes our feet would hurt extremely and could cause major injury


What are some of the innovations that this product has undergone since its original invention?

There have been many innovations for this shoe. For example, Nike, Jordan, Sperry, Converse, Vans, Under Armour, Adidas, and etc. have all made thier own concept of a shoe
Example:

SHOES
Science
People would have to use science to find out what materials can and cannot be used to make a shoe
Technology
People would have to use technology such as a machine to build and color the shoe
Engineering
People would have to use engineering such as building the machine that makes the shoe
Math
People would have to use math such as making shoe sizes for the person's width, height, and lenghth of their foot
" Give a girl a good pair of shoes and she can conquer the world"
-Bette Midler
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