I have found the differences rather interesting between the Beechcraft Bonanza engine and a turboprop, I have heard there the same and they're different. But I need a straight answer.
I think you are trying to ask
What is the difference between a propeller and a turbo propeller?
A traditional propeller plane is powered by an reciprocating (piston) engine. These can be in the form of radial, flat, or V style engines with a few other configurations used here and there.
On the other hand a turbo prop is a propeller plane that is powered by a turbine engine. In this instance the shaft of the turbine is used to drive a propellor. One could think of this as putting a propellor on the front of a jet engine.