Step 1: You Will Need...
-pry bar (optional)
It is a good idea to turn off the electricity for this, and be aware of any electrical sockets, light fixtures, etc. Do not cut random wires, electricity is dangerous! Also, do not remove a major load bearing wall (walls that are holding up the house).
Step 2: Preparing the Wall
To remove tile You need a masonry chisel and a hammer. You can buy chisels at your local hardware store. They're usually in the hammer section. Simply place the chisel edge against the edge of the tile and hammer against the end of the chisel.
If the tile is really hard to chisel, whack the tile a few times with the hammer. Don't worry about damaging the wall behind it because it's about to be torn down anyway.
Step 3: Removing the Dry Wall
Next, chisel a rectangle inside the studs, after you have done this, a whole rectangle should fall out (picture 2). Repeat for each set of studs (picture 4).
The next part is fairly easy, hammer, or kick, down the other side of the dry wall.
To remove the drywall that is nailed to the studs, either chisel or hammer until it disintegrates from around the nails.
It should now be just the studs (last picture).
Step 4: The Studs
Now, wiggle the stud. Move it left, right, forward, and back until the nails pull themselves out (picture 3).
(picture 4 is the top board the stud was nailed to.
Step 5: Finishing
Good Luck to home improver everywhere!
More intructables on home improvement to come...