The retype skips ahead to Unit 1. SAH (as in the pdf) largely relies on the audio to help you learn the tones, but it does give some explanation both before Unit 1 and some during the lessons.
The pronunciation files over at Taiwanese Made Easier do a good job of teaching the tones.
Sorry, I have a habit of just diving in. I like to see if I sink or swim.
If you guys want to take a slower approach to pronunciation, we can start with the pronunciation lessons over at TME. (Or do those in addition to SAH.)
And no, Hokkien does not use the same tone markers as Mandarin. Well, depending on which system is being used. Taiwanese has 7 tones (well, really only 5, but traditionally 7).
EDIT: I just noticed that Vijay has added the first sound drill to the retype.
Also, regardless of the number of tones in Taiwanese, they aren't the same as Mandarin. Taiwanese has:
Which, as I'm sure you know, isn't exactly the same as Mandarin.