***NOTE: the thumbnails provided make the format look whacky, when you download it, I promise it downloads and prints with the proper formatting.***
This particular rubric I use to peer review the "What Made Non-Violence Work" DBQ. It allows students to grade themselves based on 10 criterea by circling which points they believe they deserve.
When students finish self-grading, they fold over their column and then the essay and rubric are handed over to another anonymous grader who will then do the same. Upon completion, the grader 1 column gets folded and then passed on to a second anonymous grader.
After all columns are filled in and points are added up, the essay is given back to the original author who then has the opportunity to "challenge" any of the points not granted to them by either of the anonymous graders.
In order to be granted a challenge, the author must highlight evidence in their essay that supports the particular point that they are arguing. The student's grade is an average of all 3 grades.
Using this rubric allows teachers to grade hundreds of essays quickly and efficiently as well as allows students to get an idea of what a good essay should have/look like.
Feel free to edit the 10 criteria to suit the particular DBQ you are working on.