This is a checklist I use for group peer editing.
Each essay has this two-sided form attached. Students are placed in six groups (though some of these could easily be joined together if you want fewer groups) and assigned one of these areas. They are given a certain color highlighter to highlight each essay when they find issues with their area of the checklist.
Doing this gives the student and teacher a fast way to see where the student is weak in his or her writing. It also saves the teacher some serious grading time!
I ask for students to give notes on the back side after going over http://openhighschoolcourses.org/pluginfile.php/6001/mod_resource/content/1/week_7_Peer_Editing_Guidelines_and_Example.pdf with them of helpful and unhelpful examples of feedback.
Once each essay has been graded by students, I read them over to see what was missed (also a way to check for comprehension within your groups -- who knows what) and then give them back. Students rewrite and turn in a final draft with the rough draft and checklist attached.