If you can read the reading exercise thoroughly without much help from the transcript, go through the previous lessons or other reading material found here on the board. It might be worth it to read through all the assignments up to this point this week. So, the first day, read Assignment 10, then start over with 2 each day until the end of the week. When you finish up to 9, read 10 each day until the end of the week.
I'm not sure why, but the teacher's manual says to Take extra time to read Par 50 thoroughly. However this assignment starts with paragraph 51. Maybe they wanted the students to read the previous lesson. Sometimes they didn't mention it in the teacher's manual, figuring the teacher was instructed on teaching Gregg Shorthand (or even other shorthand versions) and knew what it meant.
Even though this is a very light lesson, still take your studying seriously.
If you find you have time and want to really read Lesson 10 over and over, that would be sufficient too, but take it serious. If you find outlines are hard to read over again after 24 hours, then go back and study that assignment that has that theory in it.
"Gregg Shorthand had achieved the most extraordinary success ever attained by any system in the history of shorthand." John Robert Gregg, 1922