Vipassana doesnt come in neat packages which fall into the framework of the Four Noble Truths, for example. The only way to 'practice' the 4NT is to actively contemplate (manasikara) it in that formate- ie -when we see something (for example) we can contemplate that this is a form element, which is impermanent, hence dukkha
; then the cause of this dukkha is our craving for this impermanent element; removing the craving will ..at its culmination.. remove the rupa element from the mind (make it fade away, cease..viraga, nirodha etc), and the path to it is th N8FP.
To my eyes at least, he seems to ask newbie monks to contemplate the 4NTs in this way. This leads to Right view of the supramundane type, it also carries with it reasons to be motivated to practice the N8FP. It also broaches that difficult topic of dukkha
in a very humane way- by offering immediate (ok, maybe not right away, but..) release from that dukkha
. I have used it myself, and it can be used for the removal of the 3 types of dukkha
ps- sorry Tilt- dont have time for the verbal to and fro..