Here’s an alternative advent calendar you could share with your mentee: agree to do the tasks together and talk about what you did in your sessions.
Watch one of these videos with your mentee and talk about whether there’s anything she can take away from the video and implement it in her life – https://www.dailyfemme.com/ted-talks-to-boost-your-self-confidence/
Below is a link to a helpful website regarding the housing rights of migrants in accordance with their immigration status. Mentees may click on “New Arrivals” to access more information on the subject as pertaining to their respective situations, while mentors will find helpful information by clicking on the “Housing Advisers” link. Both pages have more links in the header area and the left margin that lead to more specific subtopics, as well.
Below are two links to activities in which you can help your mentee practise expressing her own personal opinions and agreement or disagreement in response to others’. You may choose to reverse the roles in the first activity when completed, as well.
Below is a link to a light exercise in which you can get to know your mentee’s interests a bit while teaching some vocabulary used when talking about the topic of film. Once completed, you may also wish to have your mentee ask you the same questions in order to further practise her speaking and listening skills.
Below is a link to some vocabulary exercises regarding money and finance. The page includes links to several different worksheets that can be printed to complete with your mentee in order to teach some of the language involved in financial planning and monetary transactions.