Yes this is a partial mash.
Put the flaked wheat in a mash tun of some kind - often a keg or cooler with a filter and a spout on it. you will want some rice hulls in there too to avoid a stuck mash (happened to me first time I made it). I think a pound should do but I am certain others will correct me. Add water heated to the specified temperature and keep at that temp for the time specified. (I stick my cooler in my oven on low.)
At the end of that time, drain the tun into your brew kettle. Boil that puppy for 60 minutes. Add the hops at the times specified (10 minutes means when 10 minutes are left on the clock.) at the end of the boil, chill to room temp, transfer to primary, pitch yeast, and ferment just like an extract.
Edit: if you don't have a mash tun yet, you can try partial-mash-in-a-bag - put the flaked wheat in a muslin bag, heat water to mash temp in your kettle, keep it that warm for the duration of mash, and when mashing is done pull the bag out , squeeze it to get the runoff into the kettle, raise to a boil, and proceed as in the paragraph above. No need for rice hulls, you will just have a large bag of oatmeal looking glorp to throw away. I don't do this because I have a mini masher, but it may work easier for you.