EDIT: I could be wrong, but I think I have everything except Peace Day #1 (which was returned) here. If there's a question you don't understand, make sure you ask your classmates for help! Also, there are free versions of the 1984 text online, and you can search them if you're desperate for an answer.
This thread is a place for you to draw upon the knowledge of your community. However, its purpose is for clarification, not simply for answering questions.
If you're confused, think about the kid who raises his hand and says, "I don't get it." Now think of the one who says, "OK, I understand X, and I think I see why it's important - __________________ - but I don't know if that's correct." Who's more likely to get a good answer?
For example, a bad question would be something like "Who is Ampleforth, and why is he important?" That's just lazy. Not only do I expect you to have read the book well enough to identify everything we've covered, but the opportunity to ask that type of question has passed - you should have asked me that today.
(If you do have this sort of question, go to one of the free text editions of 1984 online, hit Ctrl+F, and search "Ampleforth.")
The type of question you need to ask is Question: "OK, I understand that Ampleforth's a poet who works for the Ministry of Truth, and I know that Winston sees him in the cafeteria and in prison. I don't understand why Feraco thinks he's important - he's in jail for leaving "God" in a poem, but why does that matter?"
Appropriate Response: "Well, Ampleforth matters because his crime matters. First of all, Orwell was a language nut - just look at Newspeak! Secondly, look at the word he left in. Remember how religion has been banned in Oceania? Being imprisoned for leaving "God" in a poem symbolizes the destruction of the human spirit. If you think about it, the entire purpose of the Ministry of Love - especially Room 101 - is to defeat the soul."
You would, of course, thank this person for giving you that answer in your reply.
As far as study materials go, I've taken the liberty of posting some PowerPoints. The question sheet will follow once I've combined all of my documents and notes.