Shift up two frets and you're in fourth position. Here, we can again play the scale from F♯ up to F♯. The first F♯ is found under your second finger on the third string. You can play up the scale using exactly the same fingerings you used in first position (on page two). The only difference is that now the pattern is a string higher up.
You can also play some notes below the first F♯. E♯ is a fret lower under your first finger, and you can play D♯ and C♯ on the fourth string with your fourth and second fingers.