You are free to do the exercises listed here in Croy if you want, but I strongly recommend against doing Exercise #3, where he tells you to transliterate the Greek into English. That is not going to help you learn the Greek at all - your time is much better spent writing in Greek!
None of the Exercises listed here in Croy are actually required. Instead, the exercises that you are required to do this week are found on these webpages:
In addition to these webpages, there are many QUIA activities available to help you with your studying this week. Here is a list of the relevant QUIA exercises. These are exercises to help you practice individual sets of letters (vowels, consonants, and more consonants); practice all the letters of the alphabet together; and finally to practice putting the letters of the alphabet in order (for this purpose the alphabet is divided up into two equal halves of twelve letters each).
|Vowels: Set 1||Vowels: Set 2||Vowels: Set 3|
|Consonants: Set 2||Consonants: Set 3|
|More Consonants: Set 1||More Consonants: Set 2||More Consonants: Set 3|
|Alphabet (lower-case)||Alphabet (upper-case)|
|Iota-Pi (upper-case)||Rho-Omega (upper-case)|
|Alpha-Theta (lower-case)||Iota-Pi (lower-case)||Rho-Omega (lower-case)|
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