Introduction. The aim of the study was to assess the teacher's performance during developing motor skills in students by physical education teachers. Results and findings from the assessment of preparatory, indicatory, control, correcting and pro-social activities are presented in the paper. Motivating and informing activities were assessed and reported in the first part of the study . Material and methods. The study was conducted in 55 upper-secondary schools in the Lubelszczyzna province. Thirty female and 52 male teachers, representing all stages of the professional career, participated. Based on a pre-defined form used for the surveillance, data from 315 school classes was collected. Results. The data was analysed with respect to gender and the stage of professional career of the participants. Significant differences in the conduct of the subsequent activities were found between male and female teachers. Minor tendencies towards alterations were observed among individual stages of the career. Conclusions. In general, the studied teachers performed satisfactorily as regards students' motor skills' development, regardless their stage of professional career, and gender.